Faraday Technology, a UK based company, was founded in 1984 and continues to be a leading supplier for designing and manufacturing Filters.
The standard range includes Anti-aliasing, Post A-D reconstruction, Pulse Shaping, Signal Conditioning and High Frequency filters all with various topologies. Currently in design are the revolutionary Channel Filters for UHF Transmitters.
With a modern design and manufacturing facility and a team of experienced Engineers using state of the art software, the company is able to develope pioneering specialised products for the most demanding applications in the following industries: Broadcasting, Television, Defence Systems, Medical, Aerospace, Satellite Links and many more markets.
Faraday can support legacy products back to 1968.
Faraday has recently joined the Claratech Group along with BAL Broadcast. This exciting change has pulled together the knowledge and expertise of all staff, allowing the company to continue to provide innovative new solutions for the rapidly changing technology in the broadcast industry.
For more information on any type of Filter please contact Barbara Pinxton.
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