Under the Radar Affordability program sponsored by OSD, ACI worked on a prototype design and development of a broadband passive limiter circuit test coupon, which compares the performance of gold wire bonds against 3-D, printed additively manufactured silver conductors. The Optomec Aerosol Jet printer (AJ300) was utilized in developing a relatively new process which can achieve fine pitch and high-resolution printing of Nano-materials. The Aerosol Jet is a non-contact, mask-less printing process for printing fine pitch structures with the capability to process various inks (Conducting and non-conducting) containing Nano-particles. This presentation will show the selection procedure which includes validation of the equipment, processes, materials, and dielectric support structures necessary for printing conductive RF connections in high reliability military circuitry. Additionally, the test results between the performances of traditional wire bonding (15 samples) verses additively manufactured printed RF conductors (15 samples) will be demonstrated over a wide range of frequencies. The presentation will also cover the challenges for Additive Manufacturing (AM) which includes bridging the air gap between substrate and die, and the sintering process required to produce the conductive traces needed to achieve electrical equivalence to wire bonding.