Lumped AME Filters

September 12, 2022
State: 0 designs
  • by J.A.M.E.S Team
    J.A.M.E.S GmbH
  • DragonFly IV
  • Lumped AME Filters
  • NFC
  • AME Coils
  • AME Capacitors
  • 3D wiring
  • mCAD
  • RF simulations
  • RF measurements


The aim of this AME story is to derive a methodology to generate lumped AME element filters consisting of AME coils and AME capacitors. The process should be as automatic as possible and ideally result in a ready-to-print CAD model, which is within the design rules of the chosen printing process. Clearly, there will be limitations in terms of the maximum applicable frequency. Since at some point, lumped coils and capacitors will stop behaving as inductivities and capacities respectively. Depending on the chosen process, the derived methodology should be able to validate if the desired frequency band can be handled with lumped element filters. Another question that could be addressed is the capability of the AME lumped element filters to be used in high power applications. The derived methodology should be able to validate the suitability of the potential filter design for the required power level.

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