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Waveguide Cross Section:

Waveguide Material:

General Features:

Operating Frequency Range:

EIA Waveguide Size (WR):

VSWR:

:1

Insertion Loss:

dB

Peak Power:

Average Power:

Isolation:

dB

Gain:

dB

Length or Height:

Width or Radius:

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General Specifications
   Waveguide Cross Section       
   Your choices are...         
   Rectangular       Waveguides have rectangular cross-sections. 
   Circular       Waveguides have circular cross-sections. 
   Elliptical       Waveguides have elliptical cross-sections. 
   Other       Other unlisted cross-section geometries. 
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   Waveguide Material       
   Your choices are...         
   Aluminum       Waveguides are made of aluminum. 
   Brass       Waveguides are made of brass. 
   Bronze       Waveguides are made of bronze. 
   Copper       Waveguides are made of copper. 
   Silver       Waveguides are made of silver. 
   Other       Other unlisted materials. 
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   General Features       
   Your choices are...         
   Single Ridge       The waveguide has one aperture (ridge). 
   Double-ridge       The waveguide has two apertures (ridges). 
   Quad Ridge       The waveguide has four apertures (ridges). 
   Military (MIL-SPEC) Standards       Waveguides comply with U.S. military specifications (MIL-SPEC). 
   Other       Other unlisted or proprietary features. 
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Primary Performance Specifications
   Operating Frequency Range:       The frequency range for which the device meets all guaranteed specifications. 
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   EIA Waveguide Size (WR)       Waveguide sizes are approved by the Electronic Industry Alliance (EIA). 
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   VSWR       Voltage standing wave ratio (VSWR) is a unit-less ratio ranging from one to infinity. It expresses the amount of reflected energy at the input or output of the device. A value of one indicates that all of the energy will pass through, while any other value indicates that a portion of the energy will be reflected. 
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   Insertion Loss       Insertion loss is defined as the measured power loss through the device. It is calculated as the ratio of power output to power input and is expressed in decibels (dB). 
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   Peak Power       Peak power is the maximum power in watts (W) that devices are designed to support. 
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   Average Power       Average power is expressed in watts (W). 
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   Isolation       Isolation is measured in decibels (dB) between any set of output ports. It is calculated as the ratio of the power of one output port to the power at any other output port, with matched terminations on all other ports.  
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   Gain       Gain is the ratio of the power required at the input of a loss-free reference antenna to the power supplied to the input of the given antenna to produce, in a given direction, the same field strength at the same distance, usually in the direction of maximum radiation.  Antenna gain is normally expressed in decibels (dB).  Another three letter "x" (dBx) is added to indicate the type of reference antenna.
  • dBi - isotropic reference antenna
  • dBd - half-wave dipole reference antenna
  • dBg - linear conductor reference antenna
 
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Dimensions
   Length or Height       This is the waveguide length or height. 
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   Width or Radius       This is the width or, for circular waveguides, the radius. 
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