Waveguide to coax adapters

Pasternack's right-angle waveguide to coax adapters are available in different sizes and used in SATCOM, wireless communications, industrial, and other applications.

11/11/2015


Pasternack's right-angle waveguide to coax adapters are available in different sizes and used in SATCOM, wireless communications, industrial, and other applications. Courtesy: PasternackPasternack's right-angle waveguide to coax adapters that are available in 1.85-, 2.4-, and 2.92-mm lengths with operating up to 65 GHz. These waveguide adapters are used for applications such as SATCOM, wireless communications, industrial, test, measurement, and defense systems. Available sizes for these models include WR-42, WR-28, WR-22, WR-19, and WR-15. They also exhibit voltage standing wave ration (VSWR) of 1.29:1 and offer insertion loss performance of 0.3 dB. The 2.92-mm waveguide to coax adapters use a UG-style square waveguide flange, while the 2.4-mm and 1.85-mm connectorized versions use a UG-style circular waveguide flange.

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