Model SBL-1141741860-0606-V1 is a D band low noise amplifier with a typical small signal gain of 18 dB and a nominal noise figure of 6.0 dB across the frequency range of 110 to 170 GHz. The DC power requirement for the amplifier is +3 VDC/60 mA. The input and output port configuration offers an inline structure with WR-06 waveguides and UG-387/U-M flanges.
Model STE-SF612-15-S1 is a high ouput power E-Band X6 frequency extender that uses an input frequency range of 10 to 15 GHz at +5 dBm along with harmonic generation and filtering to produce a 60 to 90 GHz RF signal at +15 dBm. The extender is designed and manufactured as a bench top unit to extend the low frequency synthesizer or sweeper without losing all of the functionalities and features.
Model SBP-5037032518-1515-E1 is a power amplifier with a typical small signal gain of 25 dB and a nominal P1dB of +18 dBm across the frequency range of 50 to 70 GHz. The DC power requirement for the amplifier is +8 VDC/650 mA. The mechanical configuration offers an in line structure with WR-15 waveguides and UG-385/U flanges.
Model SAC-0432433012-SF-S4-DP-QR is a quad ridge dual polarized conical horn antenna that operates from 4 to 24 GHz. The antenna offers a 12 dBi nominal gain, a typical half power beamwidth of 40 degrees on the E plane and 30 degrees on the H plane at the center frequency of 14 GHz. The nominal side lobe levels are -12 dB or lower. The horn antenna is equipped with SMA(F) connectors.
The quadrature mixer, commonly known as the I/Q mixer, is configured with two individually balanced mixers and their respective LOs driven from the outputs of a 90-degree hybrid. It is widely used when single sideband (SSB) rejection is required.
Model SBL-5037533550-1515-E1 is a low noise amplifier with a typical small signal gain of 35 dB and a nominal noise figure of 5 dB across the frequency range of 50 to 75 GHz. The DC power requirement for the amplifier is +8 VDC / 150 mA. The mechanical configuration offers an in line structure with WR-15 waveguides and UG-385/U flanges.
For communication, radar and test applications, SAGE Millimeter has released a W-Band Varactor tuned Gunn oscillator. Model SOV-94306310-10-G1 utilizes a high-performance GaAs Gunn diode and proprietary cavity design to deliver +13 dBm typical power. The oscillator features a Varactor tuning range of ±3 GHz and delivers low AM/FM noise and harmonic emissions.
SAGE Millimeter has released a V-Band, dual polarized horn antenna assembly covering 50 to 75 GHz. The antenna features an integrated orthomode transducer (OMT) that provides high port isolation and cross-polarization cancellation, enabling the antenna to separate a circular or elliptical polarized waveform into two linear, orthogonal waveforms. At the center frequency, the horn antenna has 15 dBi nominal gain and a typical half-power beamwidth of 28 degrees on the E-plane and 33 degrees on the H-plane.