Anyone working in the 50 - 70 GHz range?
We recently got a note from loyal reader Kevin, who says:
" I have equipment I am trying to part with that I have no need for. Simply put I have a Sage 50-70GHz microwave to 1.85mm sma feed that needs a good home, and maybe feed horn on it or whatever kind microwave tube you would like to attach."
Anyone interested? Drop us a line and we'll forward the info!
I am interested in such high frequency components. The 50 to 60 GHz frequency range is used in constructing microwave radiometers to profile atmospheric temperature. These front end components can be used as a start in constructing such radiometers.
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