Discriminator Centers on 24 GHz

Feb. 27, 2007
Designed for point-to-point microwave radio applications, the model HPCPE-26 discriminator from Radio Waves, Inc. is the latest member of a discriminator famility designed to provide superior sidelobe performance at microwave frequencies. The ...

Designed for point-to-point microwave radio applications, the model HPCPE-26 discriminator from Radio Waves, Inc. is the latest member of a discriminator famility designed to provide superior sidelobe performance at microwave frequencies. The discriminator operates from 24.25 to 26.50 GHz. According to Radio Waves' President Andy Singer, "At Radio Waves we are committed to developing innovative antenna products. Our 23-GHz discriminator is still the smallest FCC Category A 23-GHz antenna in the world. This new discriminator provides these same performance benefits to operators considering the 24-GHz band for point-to-point microwave applications." For more information, visit the site at: http://www.radiowavesinc.com

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