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SAGE Millimeter Releases V-Band, Dual Polarized Antenna Horn Assembly

Dual Polarized Horn Antenna: SAR-5037531530-15-S1-DP

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.


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Pasternack Debuts 25 MHz to 27 GHz High-Performance USB-Controlled PLL Synthesizers

Pasternack, a leading provider of RF, microwave and millimeter wave products, has launched a new line of USB-controlled Phase Locked Loop (PLL) frequency synthesizers.  In RF & Microwave communications systems where signal integrity is of prime importance, PLL synthesizers offer high levels of frequency stability and accuracy with exceptional phase noise characteristics that allows components in the signal chain to perform at their optimum levels. 


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Rogers Corp. to exhibit high-performance circuit materials at PCB West 2016 Conference & Exhibition

Rogers Corp. will bring its materials expertise to PCB West on September 14 at the Santa Clara Convention Center (Santa Clara, CA), booth 201. Rogers will exhibit its high-performance circuit materials in addition to supporting a technical symposium for printed-circuit-board (PCB) users and designers with a presentation on the effects of conductor metal surface roughness on high-frequency PCB performance. 


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Terahertz-frequency on-wafer probing option for Lake Shore cryogenic probe stations

Lake Shore Cryotronics is now offering for pre-order a unique terahertz-frequency probe arm option for their CPX, CPX-VF, CRX-4K and CRX-VF cryogenic probe stations. This arm enables precise probing and measurement of millimeter-wave devices at 75 to 110 GHz (WR10 band) or 140 to 220 GHz (WR5.1 band) frequencies within a tightly controlled cryogenic test environment.


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