Programmable attenuators are widely used in automatic test setups to give an absolute attenuation setting for many components, sub-assemblies, and system characterizations. It is a very critical and important test equipment in the industry. The industry only has very limited offerings for waveguide programmable attenuators, especially in high millimeterwave frequency bands, such as V, E, … Continue reading SAGE Millimeter’s High Precision Programmable Attenuators
Direct reading attenuators are widely used in test labs and production lines to give an absolute attenuation setting for many components, sub-assemblies, and system characterizations. It is a very critical and important test equipment in the industry. The industry only has very limited offerings for waveguide direct reading attenuators, especially in high millimeter wave frequency … Continue reading SAGE Millimeter’s High Precision Direct Reading Attenuators
Sometimes the most challenging part of working in a busy lab environment is having the right tools to do the job. Even the act of mating two flanges can be challenging due to tight space or missing waveguide screws, misplaced screwdrivers, and too many connections. SAGE offers the industry a simple, effective, and easy-to-use contraption … Continue reading Waveguide Quick and Tight Connect
SAGE Millimeter offers two types of waveguide screws for millimeter wave product interconnections: The smart model number system that SAGE Millimeter implements indicates the hex size of these two models. SWH-332-SS requires standard 3/32 ball end hex screwdriver, while SWH-564-SS requires standard 5/64 ball end hex screwdriver when using them. The 3/32 hex size is … Continue reading Where is the 5-64 Waveguide Screw Supposed to be Used?
Many customers come to us and ask: "What is the insertion loss of SAGE Millimeter’s rectangular waveguide?" It is always a tough question for us to answer, because it is really dependant on the types of materials the waveguide is built with and how the plating is applied. Because of that, we only can offer … Continue reading Rectangular Waveguide Loss