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Pasternack Introduces New Cross Guide Couplers for C to K Bands

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New Cross Guide Couplers Offered with 4, 3 or 2 Waveguide Ports

Pasternack Introduces New Cross Guide Couplers for C to K Bands - RF CafeIrvine, California -  Pasternack, a leading provider of RF, microwave and millimeter wave products, has introduced a new line of cross guide waveguide couplers with 4 port, 3 port and 2 port with coax interface that work across C to K bands. Typical applications include instrumentation, test benches, product development and characterization.

Pasternack's new line of cross guide couplers consists of 160 parts in three sub-categories: cross guide couplers (4 waveguide ports), cross guide couplers with terminations (3 waveguide ports) and cross guide couplers with terminations and waveguide to coax adapters (2 waveguide ports with either a SMA, type-N or 2.92 mm coaxial connection). These couplers operate over eight waveguide bands in the 5.85 GHz to 33 GHz frequency range. They are made with bronze waveguide bodies and are offered with EIA (CPR)-style flanges or UG-style flanges per military standard. These cross guide couplers are available with coupling factors from 20 to 50 dB.

"This family of cross guide couplers is offered in three different configurations: the coupler itself, the coupler preassembled with a termination or with a termination and a coaxial connection. Ordering these couplers couldn't be easier, they come preassembled out of the box and, as with all of our products, they can be shipped the same day they are ordered," said Mark Blackwood, Product Manager.

Pasternack's new cross guide couplers are in stock and ready for immediate shipment with no minimum order quantity. For inquiries, Pasternack can be contacted at +1-949-261-1920.

About Pasternack

Over the last 40+ years, a lot has changed in the RF and Microwave industries. However, some things remain the same, like Customers' demand for a reliable source of quality products supported by superior technical and customer service.

Since 1972, Pasternack has steadily grown by aligning its offerings to match the needs of our Customers. We maintain an inventory of more than 40,000 products that are always available which gives you access to products ranging from the rare, hard-to-find specials to the broadest array of industry standards.

Today, Pasternack is a global supplier of RF and Microwave components supported by a growing list of 19 International Distributors who service customers in more than 35 countries worldwide and partner with us in pursuit of our vision to be the world's most recognized and trusted provider of urgently needed RF/Microwave components and assemblies.

Pasternack continues its mission to provide the users of RF and Microwave components and assemblies the broadest and deepest selection of products available for same-day shipment worldwide.

Contact:

Pasternack Enterprises, Inc.
17802 Fitch
Irvine, CA 92614
(949) 261-1920
Web: www.pasternack.com

 

 

Posted October 12, 2017

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