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Fairview Microwave Releases New Series of Waveguide-to-Waveguide Transitions that Deliver Minimal Loss and VSWR as Low as 1.08:1

New Waveguide Transitions Operate across 14 Bands in Frequencies from 5.85 to 110 GHz

RVINE, Calif. – Fairview Microwave Inc., an Infinite Electronics brand, and a leading provider of on-demand RF and microwave components, has launched a new line of waveguide transitions that operate from 5.85 to 110 GHz across 14 frequency bands. These waveguide adapters are ideal for high power wireless applications such as test benches, instrumentation, MILCOM, SATCOM, telecom and radar applications where signal strength and integrity are critical.

Fairview’s new waveguide-to-waveguide transition series consists of 23 unique models utilizing a range of waveguide sizes and frequencies. This product line allows for smooth transitions between different waveguide sizes with minimal loss and VSWR as low as 1.08:1. Waveguide sizes in this line range from WR-10 to WR-137. They are offered with UG-style square cover and round cover flanges, CPRG-style or UBR-style flanges.

“These new waveguide transitions are ideal for systems that utilize varying waveguide sizes and frequencies. They allow for proper transitions that result in the least amount of signal loss and the ability to make seamless transitions from one waveguide to another,” said Steven Pong, Product Line Manager.

These new waveguide transitions are made of rugged, gold-plated or painted brass, depending on the model. Mechanical lengths of these adapters range from 1 to 6 inches. All models are REACH and RoHS compliant.

Fairview Microwave’s new waveguide-to-waveguide transitions are in stock and ready for immediate shipment with no minimum order quantity.

For detailed information on these products, please visit https://fairviewmicrowave.com/rf-products/waveguide-to-waveguide-transitions.html?utm_source=Fairview-Microwave&utm_medium=Press-Release&utm_campaign=Waveguide-To-Waveguide-Transitions-2019

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