WR8 | WG28 | R1200 Waveguide

WR8 | WG28 | R1200 Rectangular Waveguide Size

WR8 | WG28 | R1200 Waveguide Size

  • EIA Standard (British Military):WR8
  • RSCS Standard:WG28
  • IEC Standard:R1200

WR8 Specifications

  • Recommended Frequency Band:90 to 140 GHz
  • Cutoff Frequency of Lowest Order Mode:73.768 GHz
  • Cutoff Frequency of Upper Mode:147.536 GHz
  • Dimension:0.08 Inches [2.032 mm] x 0.04 Inches [1.016 mm]

 

Microwave Waveguide WR2300
Microwave Waveguide

What is a Waveguide?

A waveguide is an electromagnetic feed line that is used for high frequency signals. Waveguides conduct microwave energy at lower loss than coaxial cables and are used in microwave communications, radars and other high frequency applications.

The waveguide must have a certain minimum cross section, relative to the wavelength of the signal to function properly. If wavelength of the signal is too long (Frequency is too low) when compared to the cross section of the waveguide, the electromagnetic fields cannot propagate. The lowest frequency range at which a waveguide will operate is where the cross section is large enough to fit one complete wavelength of the signal.

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WR10 | WG27 | R900 Waveguide

WR10 | WG27 | R900 – Rectangular Waveguide Size

WR10 | WG27 | R900 Waveguide Size

  • EIA Standard:WR10
  • RSCS Standard (British Military):WG27
  • IEC Standard:R900

WR10 Specifications

  • Recommended Frequency Band:75 to 110 GHz
  • Cutoff Frequency of Lowest Order Mode:59.015 GHz
  • Cutoff Frequency of Upper Mode:118.03 GHz
  • Dimension:0.1 Inches [2.54 mm] x 0.05 Inches [1.27 mm]

Commonly Used for Millimeter Wave (MMW) Link Bands

  • E-Band (71-76GHz and 81-86GHz): 70GHz, 80GHz
Microwave Waveguide WR10
Microwave Waveguide

What is a Waveguide?

A waveguide is an electromagnetic feed line that is used for high frequency signals. Waveguides conduct microwave energy at lower loss than coaxial cables and are used in microwave communications, radars and other high frequency applications.

The waveguide must have a certain minimum cross section, relative to the wavelength of the signal to function properly. If wavelength of the signal is too long (Frequency is too low) when compared to the cross section of the waveguide, the electromagnetic fields cannot propagate. The lowest frequency range at which a waveguide will operate is where the cross section is large enough to fit one complete wavelength of the signal.

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WR12 | WG26 | R740 Waveguide

WR12 | WG26 | R740 – Rectangular Waveguide Size

WR12 | WG26 | R740 Waveguide Size

  • EIA Standard:WR12
  • RSCS Standard (British Military):WG26
  • IEC Standard:R740

WR12 Specifications

  • Recommended Frequency Band:60 to 90 GHz
  • Cutoff Frequency of Lowest Order Mode:48.373 GHz
  • Cutoff Frequency of Upper Mode:96.746 GHz
  • Dimension:0.122 Inches [3.0988 mm] x 0.061 Inches [1.5494 mm]
Microwave Waveguide WR12
Microwave Waveguide

What is a Waveguide?

A waveguide is an electromagnetic feed line that is used for high frequency signals. Waveguides conduct microwave energy at lower loss than coaxial cables and are used in microwave communications, radars and other high frequency applications.

The waveguide must have a certain minimum cross section, relative to the wavelength of the signal to function properly. If wavelength of the signal is too long (Frequency is too low) when compared to the cross section of the waveguide, the electromagnetic fields cannot propagate. The lowest frequency range at which a waveguide will operate is where the cross section is large enough to fit one complete wavelength of the signal.

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WR15 | WG25 | R620 Waveguide

WR15 | WG25 | R620 – Rectangular Waveguide Size

WR15 | WG25 | R620 Waveguide Size

  • EIA Standard:WR15
  • RSCS Standard (British Military):WG25
  • IEC Standard:R620

WR15 Specifications

  • Recommended Frequency Band:50.00 to 75 GHz
  • Cutoff Frequency of Lowest Order Mode:39.875 GHz
  • Cutoff Frequency of Upper Mode:79.75 GHz
  • Dimension:0.148 Inches [3.7592 mm] x 0.074 Inches [1.8796 mm]

Commonly Used for Millimeter Wave (MMW) Link Bands

  • V-Band (58GHz to 64GHz): 58GHz, 60GHz
Microwave Waveguide WR2300
Microwave Waveguide

What is a Waveguide?

A waveguide is an electromagnetic feed line that is used for high frequency signals. Waveguides conduct microwave energy at lower loss than coaxial cables and are used in microwave communications, radars and other high frequency applications.

The waveguide must have a certain minimum cross section, relative to the wavelength of the signal to function properly. If wavelength of the signal is too long (Frequency is too low) when compared to the cross section of the waveguide, the electromagnetic fields cannot propagate. The lowest frequency range at which a waveguide will operate is where the cross section is large enough to fit one complete wavelength of the signal.

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WR19 | WG24 | R500 Waveguide

WR19 | WG24 | R500 – Rectangular Waveguide Size

WR19 | WG24 | R500 Waveguide Size

  • EIA Standard:WR19
  • RSCS Standard (British Military):WG24
  • IEC Standard:R500

WR19 Specifications

  • Recommended Frequency Band:40.00 to 60 GHz
  • Cutoff Frequency of Lowest Order Mode:31.391 GHz
  • Cutoff Frequency of Upper Mode:62.782 GHz
  • Dimension:0.188 Inches [4.7752 mm] x 0.094 Inches [2.3876 mm]

 

Microwave Waveguide WR19
Microwave Waveguide

What is a Waveguide?

A waveguide is an electromagnetic feed line that is used for high frequency signals. Waveguides conduct microwave energy at lower loss than coaxial cables and are used in microwave communications, radars and other high frequency applications.

The waveguide must have a certain minimum cross section, relative to the wavelength of the signal to function properly. If wavelength of the signal is too long (Frequency is too low) when compared to the cross section of the waveguide, the electromagnetic fields cannot propagate. The lowest frequency range at which a waveguide will operate is where the cross section is large enough to fit one complete wavelength of the signal.

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WR22 | WG23 | R400 Waveguide

WR22 | WG23 | R400 – Rectangular Waveguide Size

WR22 | WG23 | R400 Waveguide Size

  • EIA Standard:WR2300
  • RSCS Standard (British Military):WG0.0
  • IEC Standard:R3

WR2300 Specifications

  • Recommended Frequency Band:33.00-50.00 GHz
  • Cutoff Frequency of Lowest Order Mode:26.346 GHz
  • Cutoff Frequency of Upper Mode:52.692 GHz
  • Dimension:0.224 Inches [5.6896 mm] x 0.112 Inches [2.8448 mm]

Commonly Used for Microwave Link Bands

  • 42GHz
Microwave Waveguide WR2300
Microwave Waveguide

Other Names:

UBR400, PBR400

These are  different flange types.  U = Unpressurised, P = Pressurised

What is a Waveguide?

A waveguide is an electromagnetic feed line that is used for high frequency signals. Waveguides conduct microwave energy at lower loss than coaxial cables and are used in microwave communications, radars and other high frequency applications.

The waveguide must have a certain minimum cross section, relative to the wavelength of the signal to function properly. If wavelength of the signal is too long (Frequency is too low) when compared to the cross section of the waveguide, the electromagnetic fields cannot propagate. The lowest frequency range at which a waveguide will operate is where the cross section is large enough to fit one complete wavelength of the signal.

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WR28 | WG22 | R320 Waveguide

WR28 | WG22 | R320 – Rectangular Waveguide Size

WR28 | WG22 | R320 Waveguide Size

  • EIA Standard:WR28
  • RSCS Standard (British Military):WG22
  • IEC Standard:R320

WR28 Specifications

  • Recommended Frequency Band:26.50 to 40 GHz
  • Cutoff Frequency of Lowest Order Mode:21.077 GHz
  • Cutoff Frequency of Upper Mode:42.154 GHz
  • Dimension:0.28 Inches [7.112 mm] x 0.14 Inches [3.556 mm]

Commonly Used for Microwave Link Bands

  • 28GHz
  • 32GHz
  • 38GHz
Microwave Waveguide WR28
Microwave Waveguide

Other Names:

UBR320, PBR320

These are  different flange types.  U = Unpressurised, P = Pressurised

What is a Waveguide?

A waveguide is an electromagnetic feed line that is used for high frequency signals. Waveguides conduct microwave energy at lower loss than coaxial cables and are used in microwave communications, radars and other high frequency applications.

The waveguide must have a certain minimum cross section, relative to the wavelength of the signal to function properly. If wavelength of the signal is too long (Frequency is too low) when compared to the cross section of the waveguide, the electromagnetic fields cannot propagate. The lowest frequency range at which a waveguide will operate is where the cross section is large enough to fit one complete wavelength of the signal.

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WR34 | WG21 | R260 Waveguide

WR34 | WG21 | R260 – Rectangular Waveguide Size

WR34 | WG21 | R260 Waveguide Size

  • EIA Standard:WR34
  • RSCS Standard (British Military):WG21
  • IEC Standard:R260

WR34 Specifications

  • Recommended Frequency Band:22.00 to 33 GHz
  • Cutoff Frequency of Lowest Order Mode:17.357 GHz
  • Cutoff Frequency of Upper Mode:34.715 GHz
  • Dimension:0.34 Inches [8.636 mm] x 0.17 Inches [4.318 mm]

 

Microwave Waveguide WR34
Microwave Waveguide

What is a Waveguide?

A waveguide is an electromagnetic feed line that is used for high frequency signals. Waveguides conduct microwave energy at lower loss than coaxial cables and are used in microwave communications, radars and other high frequency applications.

The waveguide must have a certain minimum cross section, relative to the wavelength of the signal to function properly. If wavelength of the signal is too long (Frequency is too low) when compared to the cross section of the waveguide, the electromagnetic fields cannot propagate. The lowest frequency range at which a waveguide will operate is where the cross section is large enough to fit one complete wavelength of the signal.

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WR42 | WG20 | R220 Waveguide

WR42 | WG20 | R220 – Rectangular Waveguide Size

WR42 | WG20 | R220 Waveguide Size

  • EIA Standard:WR42
  • RSCS Standard (British Military):WG20
  • IEC Standard:R220

WR42 Specifications

  • Recommended Frequency Band:18.00 to 26.50 GHz
  • Cutoff Frequency of Lowest Order Mode:14.051 GHz
  • Cutoff Frequency of Upper Mode:28.102 GHz
  • Dimension:0.42 Inches [10.668 mm] x 0.17 Inches [4.318 mm]

Commonly Used for Microwave Link Bands

  • 18GHz
  • 23GHz
  • 26GHz
Microwave Waveguide WR42
Microwave Waveguide

Other Names:

UBR220, PBR220

These are  different flange types.  U = Unpressurised, P = Pressurised

What is a Waveguide?

A waveguide is an electromagnetic feed line that is used for high frequency signals. Waveguides conduct microwave energy at lower loss than coaxial cables and are used in microwave communications, radars and other high frequency applications.

The waveguide must have a certain minimum cross section, relative to the wavelength of the signal to function properly. If wavelength of the signal is too long (Frequency is too low) when compared to the cross section of the waveguide, the electromagnetic fields cannot propagate. The lowest frequency range at which a waveguide will operate is where the cross section is large enough to fit one complete wavelength of the signal.

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WR51 | WG19 | R180 Waveguide

WR51 | WG19 | R180 – Rectangular Waveguide Size

WR51 | WG19 | R180 Waveguide Size

  • EIA Standard:WR51
  • RSCS Standard (British Military):WG19
  • IEC Standard:R180

WR51 Specifications

  • Recommended Frequency Band:15.00 to 22 GHz
  • Cutoff Frequency of Lowest Order Mode:11.572 GHz
  • Cutoff Frequency of Upper Mode:23.143 GHz
  • Dimension:0.51 Inches [12.954 mm] x 0.255 Inches [6.477 mm]

 

Microwave Waveguide WR2300
Microwave Waveguide

What is a Waveguide?

A waveguide is an electromagnetic feed line that is used for high frequency signals. Waveguides conduct microwave energy at lower loss than coaxial cables and are used in microwave communications, radars and other high frequency applications.

The waveguide must have a certain minimum cross section, relative to the wavelength of the signal to function properly. If wavelength of the signal is too long (Frequency is too low) when compared to the cross section of the waveguide, the electromagnetic fields cannot propagate. The lowest frequency range at which a waveguide will operate is where the cross section is large enough to fit one complete wavelength of the signal.

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