Blog | Manufacturing Solutions

Mark Stanley - RF Product Manager

Mark Stanley - RF Product Manager
As Epec’s RF Product Manager, Mark Stanley works directly with customers to ensure the highest quality RF products. He is involved from the point of sales inquiry, through the design stages, manufacturing, product verifications and delivery to the customer. Mark brings more than 20 years of successful business creation and enterprising sales, design and manufacturing experience, strategic partnering, business development, team building, and OEM relations. Prior to Epec, Mark was the President of Putnam RF Filters, Inc. Putnam was founded in 2008 in Manchester, NH as a product engineering group for emerging technologies, designed to serve the military and aerospace industries. With a focus on manufacturing printed circuit board based RF filters, diplexers and other custom radio frequency products.

Recent Posts


What Makes A Good RF Diplexer

Written by Mark Stanley - RF Product Manager
Posted on October 13, 2017 at 1:52 PM

The typical use of a diplexer (three port device) enables source transmitters operating on two separate frequencies to use the same antenna. In other applications, the diplexer allows a single antenna to transmit and receive on discreet frequencies. Additionally, a diplexer will provide the ability for an antenna to transmit and receive simultaneously.

Read More  

Construction of High-Reliability Low-Loss Microwave Filters

Written by Mark Stanley - RF Product Manager
Posted on September 19, 2017 at 11:06 AM

When designing and manufacturing passive broadband high frequency cascaded LC (inductor and capacitor) filters, a lot of undesirable component interactions can occur if not properly managed.
The goal is to minimize the difference between a filter constructed with ideal components and one using commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) and custom manufactured components. Limitations of these components are frequency dependent but various techniques can be employed to improve their performance and reduce their impact on the filter's overall electrical response.

Read More