Flexible Waveguides Cover 5.85 to 50 GHz Range

Pasternack latest line of twistable and seamless flexible waveguides operate in the 5.85 GHz to 50 GHz range and cover 10 frequency bands from WR-137 to WR-22. Typical applications include DAS systems, base stations, antennas, and test instrumentation.


The offering consists of 78 models: 39 seamless and 39 twistable. All models operate in the same range of frequencies and are available in lengths of 6 to 36 inches with UG-style square/round cover and CPR-style flanges.  The twistable models can twist in different directions, the twist flex material is wound, interlocking brass that allows it to slide on itself. The flexible waveguides provide VSWRs as low as 1.05:1, insertion losses as low as 0.15 dB, and maximum power as high as 1.5 kW.

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The seamless models are made of a solid piece of brass that is pressed into shape. Viable for use in pressurized applications, they deliver VSWRs as low as 1.07:1, insertion losses as low as 0.06 dB, and maximum power as high as 5 kW. For more info, checkout the flexible twistable/seamless waveguides page. For inquiries, call Pasternack at 949-261-1920.

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