Millimetre-wave waveguide antennas up to 220GHz

14th May 2019
Posted By : Alex Lynn
Millimetre-wave waveguide antennas up to 220GHz

The provider of RF microwave and millimetre wave products, Pasternack, has released a new line of waveguide antennas designed to address research and development, military/aerospace, experimental radar, test and measurement and wireless communication applications from 40 to 220GHz.

Pasternack’s new line of millimetre-wave waveguide antennas consist of 85 new models that cover broad frequency ranges of 40 to 220GHz, feature waveguide sizes ranging from WR5 to WR19 and offer gain ranging from 3.5 dBi to 25 dBi nominal.

Five categories of ultra-high frequency waveguide antennas are now available to address point-to-point and point-to-multi-point wireless applications including standard gain horn antennas to 220GHz, conical gain horn antennas to 220GHz, wide angle scalar feed horn antennas to 99GHz, horn lens and omni-directional antennas up to 99GHz. All antennas in this series are RoHS and REACH compliant and are constructed with the highest quality materials and workmanship.

Mark Miller, Product Line Manager, said: “This new expansion of our existing waveguide antenna line addresses the need for higher frequency antennas to support a host of millimetre-wave applications between 40 to 220GHz. In fact, this expanded line of millimetre-wave waveguide antennas are the highest frequency products Pasternack has ever offered. By offering a wider variety of ultra-high frequency waveguide antenna types, all off-the-shelf, we can satisfy even more of our customers’ application requirements.”

Pasternack’s new mm-wave waveguide antennas up to 220GHz are in-stock and ready for immediate shipment with no minimum order quantity.


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