W-Band Transceiver

970980W-20/387S || 95 GHz to 100 GHz


Mi-wave’s RF Transmitters, Receivers, and Transceivers open up extreme high-speed, high bandwidth data transmission for widespread use making these modules ideal for meeting the data transmission needs of companies and developers.


  • Low Phase Noise
  • Excellent Frequency Stability
  • Superfine tuning steps
  • Multichannel option available
  • Gain Control option available
  • Low LO leakage
  • High Image rejection
  • Small Package


  • Point-to-Point radio Communication
  • Telemetry
  • Meteorology
  • Radar Communication
  • Satellite Communication
  • Astronomy
  • 5G
RF Upconverter and downconverter
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* Actual data may vary unit to unit, slightly.
*All testing was performed under +25 °C case temperature.
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Our team has over 35+ years in the mmwave and microwave rf industry in design, prototyping, manufacturing and more to help bring your creations to life. Contact us today for any  transceivers, LNBs, low noise block up-converter or sub assembly systems.

Build Your RF Transmitter, Receiver and Transceiver Needs…and more

Millimeter Wave Products Inc has built and been part of many special project builds that have required transceivers and various components within systems. Contact us to discuss your project needs. We can help every step of the way and manufacture your parts and RF assemblies.

RF Transmitters, Receivers, Transceivers

The process of sending and receiving radio signals through wireless networks involves two devices, the transmitter, and the receiver. The receiver picks up the waves with its antenna or aerial and turns the electric signal back into the sound where it can be heard.

Transceivers are wavelength-specific lasers that convert electrical data signals from data switches into optical signals. These signals can then be transmitted over the optical fiber. Each data stream is converted to a signal with a unique wavelength, meaning that it is effectively a unique light color.