Dual Polarized Antennas from SAGE Millimeter, Inc.

The dual polarized antenna is widely used in the industry due to its versatile characteristics. It is well known that the dual polarized antenna can support linear, elliptical, and circular polarized waveforms. Here are several application scenarios. Receiving Mode When the antenna receives a linearly polarized vertical waveform, only the vertical port can receive it. … Continue reading Dual Polarized Antennas from SAGE Millimeter, Inc.

How is the Axial Ratio of a Polarizer Measured?

SAGE Millimeter often receives questions on measuring the axial ratio for polarizers. In this blog post, SAGE Millimeter (SAGE MM) reveals the step-by-step process of axial ratio measurement for its SAS series polarizers. A Vector Network Analyzer (VNA), Orthomode Transducer (OMT), and Mode Transition will be used to test the axial ratio. Figure 1 shows … Continue reading How is the Axial Ratio of a Polarizer Measured?

Duplexing: Circulator or Orthomode Transducer?

In communication and radar systems, duplexing is one of the essential functions that allows a single antenna to perform the transmission and receiving tasks at same time. Both circulators and orthomode transducers (OMT) can play this role. The question is: Which device will the designers pick? The circulator is a ferrite based non-reciprocal device. The … Continue reading Duplexing: Circulator or Orthomode Transducer?