Lumped Element Filter SW?
I've got some sub-3 GHz filters to design, low enough in frequency that I can do it with a lumped element filter. I'm playing around with the Iowa Hills software, but I've looked at some of the more sophisticated filter SW, and I'm wondering if there's an actual advantage from using paid SW for filter design. I'm thinking of Genesys, but Filpro and PCFILT are also options.
I have the iFilter for MWO, but I haven't done any filters in years. The advantage of the integrated packages is that they can spit out schematics, with pre-populated tolerances, into the native simulator.
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