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Universal Microwave Technology, Inc. (UMT) is located in Keelung, Taiwan, and specializes in the design, manufacture and support of a wide variety of customized microwave / millimeter-wave passive components up to 96 GHz band. UMT was founded by Dr. Tungyi Wu (firstname.lastname@example.org) in 1999.
Over the past decades, UMT has developed various microwave / mm-wave products for broadband wireless communications, such as Point-to-Point radios, Cellular/ 4G LTE, and Satcom. UMT’s products includefilter/diplexer/coupler/OMT/circulator/transition and machined parts / die-cast housing. Our products are also applied in the military and aerospace markets.
Contact UMT to get the best support of:
√ Highly customized design up to 96GHz
√ Outstanding performance and reliability
√ Prompt engineering response
√ Short and flexible products delivery
Universal Microwave offers a coupler product with frequency range up to 96 GHz. Applications include point-to-point / point-to-multipoint radio transmission and Satcom systems. Capability and features include high volume production ability, stable painting quality, coupling options for 3, 6, 10 or 20 dB and compact size with lightness solution.Read More
Universal Microwave Technology Inc. announced the company's line of E-Band diplexers for 80 GHz millimeter wave radio application. This E-band diplexer is featured with 0.5 dB insertion loss, 18 dB return loss and 75 dB isolation at frequency band 71 to 76 GHz and 81 to 86 GHz. The diplexer length is less than 60 mm with waveguide interface of WR12.Read More
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