Joints Transmit RF Signals Between Stationary And Rotating Devices

Joints Transmit RF Signals Between Stationary And Rotating Devices
Fairview Microwave

Fairview Microwave’s latest lines of single-channel/single-axis and single-channel/multi-axis RF rotary joints transmit RF signals between stationary and moving parts of a system. Commonly used in commercial and military radar, land-mobile-radio communications, and anti-missile defense applications, the rotary joints sport a compact design and operate across frequency ranges from 0 to 18 GHz depending on the model. The latest offering includes four single-channel/single-axis rotary joints for antenna characterization applications. These include two SMA female units, one PCB to SMA female unit, and one three-hole flange to SMA female unit. Also available are three single-channel/multi-axis rotary joints, commonly referred to as swivels. This line includes SMA male to female, SMA male to male, and SMA female to female configurations. For more details, visit http://www.fairviewmicrowave.com/rf-products/rf-rotary-joints.html

Fairview Microwave
Allen, TX 75013
800-715-4396
972-649-6678
[email protected]
http://www.fairviewmicrowave.com

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Company: Fairview Microwave
Country: United States (USA)

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