Dividers and Combiners, LNAs Variable Attenuators, high
power terminations Isolators & Circulators Waveguide
Components Switches, Connectors and Adapters
Microwave Communications Laboratories, Inc. (MCLI) - An
innovative leader in the design and manufacturing of
RF/Microwave Components in the Microwave/RF Communications
MCLI offers one of the industry's broadest selections of...
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RF, microwave and high-speed digital applications
Dielectric Constants between 2.17 & 10 Bromine-free
PTFE/woven glass base materials All materials are compliant
with RoHS and WEEE
Taconic is a privately owned company, consisting of two
business divisions, all specializing in coating of glass
fabrics with PTFE:
Advanced Dielectric Division (ADD) Industrial Products
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We are able to offer a wide range of RF PCB’s and
laminates from the Taconic Advanced Dielectric Division
which manufactures PTFE/woven glass base materials for
microwave, RF and high speed digital applications.
Applications include LNAs, LNBs, PCS/PCN antennas, GSM and
UMTS antennas, power amplifiers, filters, passive
components, automotive cruise control, aerospace guidance
telemetry, phase array radar,...
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X-MWblocks® modular RF and Microwave building blocks allow
designers to seamlessly design, evaluate, prototype, and
produce high performance RF and Microwave systems faster,
easier, and at lower cost. Their innovative modular system
building blocks and services address every phase of the
development process from concept to prototype to production
hardware for a wide range of RF...
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State of the art Low Noise RF Amplifiers for a wide variety
of applications are available from Castle Microwave. Our
range of Low Noise Amplifiers and Ultra Low Noise Amplifiers
have the following features:
• Frequencies ranging from 0.2GHz to 100GHz.
• Broadband and narrow bandwidth devices
• Single power supply
• Lightweight housing
• Appropriate coax or...
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