Indiana Microelectronics has extensive experience in the design, modeling & simulation, and fabrication of reconfigurable microwave filters. Reconfigurable microwave filter applications include co-site interference mitigation and anti-jam capabilities for satellite modems, GPS, Electronic Warfare (EW) systems, and RADAR. Indiana Micro also produces compact form factor components through the use of advanced packaging technologies such as low temperature co-fired ceramics (LTCC).
Indiana Micro specializes in the design and manufacturing of real-time reconfigurable high-frequency microwave filters for co-site interference and jamming mitigation in the HF through Ku Bands (30 MHz to 18 GHz). Filter configurations can be bandpass, bandstop (notch), or a combination of both that are switchable/reconfigurable in real-time.
Additionally, Indiana Micro has expertise in the design and fabrication of LTCC (Low-Temperature Co-fired Ceramic) based RF components, which offer size, weight, and power (SWaP) advantages. Founded in 2009, Indiana Micro is located in the Purdue University Research Park in West Lafayette, IN. Indiana Micro maintains an R&D relationship with Purdue University.