advertisment Advertisement
This ad will close in  seconds. Skip now
advertisment Advertisement
advertisment Advertisement
advertisment Advertisement
advertisment Advertisement
Industry News / Passive Components

M2 to Present Seminar on Application Principles for Circulators and Isolators

June 16, 2008
/ Print / Reprints /
| Share More
/ Text Size+

The International Microwave Symposium (IEEE MTT-S) this year will be held at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA, from June 15- 20, 2008. As part of this symposium, M2 Global Technology's Engineering Manager, Rene Quintanilla, will present a free seminar on Application Principles for Circulators and Isolators. The seminar will be held on Wednesday, June 18th, at 4:20 p.m. in the Exhibition Hall near aisle 200. For additional information, drop by M2 Global's Booth 1707.


Summary of seminar to be given at the IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium
Atlanta, GA, June 18, 2008

Microwave Application and Product Seminars (MAPS)

Technical Product Literature - Application Principles for Circulators and Isolators

Since its practical realization in 1959, the Ferrite Junction Circulator has found numerous applications in microwave systems. This presentation provides easy-to-understand concepts for non-technical individuals, as well as technical details useful for design and component engineers.

The circuit functions of circulators and isolators are described using simple concepts and drawings. Various construction methods are outlined for the different application environments of waveguide, coax and micro strip. Following a brief description of operational principles, examples are given of how ferrite devices are used. Ferrite devices possess certain electrical properties that must be specified in order to incorporate them correctly in any microwave circuit. A description of these parameters with preferred values is provided as a guide for component selection.

Design considerations are presented for the application engineer who may have unique requirements such as high power, low intermodulation distortion (IMD), dual junction and wide temperature range.

Recent Articles by Microwave Journal

Post a comment to this article

Sign-In

Forgot your password?

No Account? Sign Up!

Get access to premium content and e-newsletters by registering on the web site.  You can also subscribe to Microwave Journal magazine.

Sign-Up

advertisment Advertisement