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Waveguide adapters support operation up to 65GHz

28 Oct 2015

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Pasternack has announced a portfolio of in-stock 1.85mm, 2.4mm and 2.92mm waveguide to coax adapters and operates up to 65GHz. The waveguide adapters are geared for SATCOM, wireless communications, industrial, test and measurement and defence systems whenever there is a requirement to transition from coax to waveguide or vice versa.

Waveguide adapters

Pasternack's lastest 10 waveguide to coax adapters complement the company's line-up of more than 75 waveguide adapters. This offering brings the overall family into the mm-wave frequency ranges with models in the K-band (18GHz to 26.5GHz) up to V-band (50GHz to 65GHz). Available waveguide sizes for these models include WR-42, WR-28, WR-22, WR-19 and WR-15. These coax to waveguide adapters exhibit excellent VSWR as low as 1.29:1 while also offering insertion loss performance as low as 0.3dB.

The waveguide to coax adapters from Pasternack that are designed with 2.92mm connectors use a UG-style square waveguide flange, while the 2.4mm and 1.85mm connectorised versions use a UG-style circular waveguide flange. Both male and female connector options are available in each frequency band. All waveguide adapters are in-stock and available for same-day shipping.

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