Taoglas launches a new RF Filter division for IoT and mobile applications

Dermot O’Shea of Taoglas

Taoglas, a provider of IoT and M2M antenna products, announced at Mobile World Congress Americas that it is launching a new RF Filter division specifically developed for Internet of Things (IoT) and mobile applications.

The company is utilising its understanding of the RF component design and manufacturing process to provide high-quality, small-form-factor, cost-effective and easy-to-implement RF filters. The new Filter division will feature a range of off-the-shelf filters for a variety of applications, including filters for emerging license-free bands used for IoT, L1/L2 and L1/L5 GNSS applications. Taoglas can also work with customers to develop custom filter solutions.

“Today’s mobile and IoT applications require high-performance RF filters, in a form factor and cost that makes sense for our customers,” said Dermot O’Shea, co-CEO at Taoglas. “We’ve seen the frustrations our own engineers have had in quickly sourcing reliable components for active antenna and electronic designs. Taoglas is eliminating that frustration with its own filter division, applying the same principles for success that we’ve demonstrated with our antenna business.”

The filters are manufactured in Taoglas’ purpose-built production facilities in Taiwan, and shipped immediately anywhere worldwide. Support is available from any Taoglas location globally. Filters are available through regular Taoglas sales and distribution channels.

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