E Band Power Amplifier

60 GHz to 90 GHz


The E band represents the frequency range from 60 GHz to 90 GHz. Signals in this frequency range have very short wavelengths from 3.33 mm to 5 mm. The short wavelengths give signals at these frequency directional properties and thus this band is widely used for RF/Microwave backhaul links. E Band Power Amplifiers are well used in applications for 5G, backhaul, testing and more.

Most countries have freed up large chunks of bandwidth from 60 GHz to 86 GHz for ultra-high capacity backhaul applications, Wi-Gig, IoT needs and more. The FCC has made spectrum from 71 to 76 GHz and 81 to 86 GHz available for high-density fixed wireless services in the United States. The International Telecommunication Union allows allow amateur radio satellite operations in the E-Band from 76 to 81 GHz.

Mi-Waves 955 Series E band Power Amplifiers are your perfect choice. Our custom production, advanced engineering and customer service allow us to help serve your needs. We offer a wide variety of frequency ranges, bandwidths, gain and power outputs. Please consult Mi-Wave for technical specifications and outline drawings.

Our website contains just a few types of e band power amplifiers we build. Consult with us for your specific needs.


• High Output Power

• High Gain

• Broadband

• Unconditionally Stable

• Regulated Supply & Bias Sequencing


• 5G & 6G

• Test & Measurement

• Mobile & Satellite Communications

• Radar Systems

• Weather & Earth Observation

E Band Power Amplifier – 60 GHz to 90 GHz

If you are looking for  e band power amplifiers from 60 GHz to 90 GHz, then you’ve come to the right place. At Millimeter wave products Inc. (Mi-Wave) we specialize in manufacturing the highest quality mmWave products for many needs.

Note: Our website contains just a few of the type of RF amplifiers we build. Consult with us for your specific needs.

E Band Power Amplifier Frequency Band

The E-Band is a licensed and unlicensed band in most countries, used for ultra-high capacity backhaul applications with a range up to around 3 km. It can be used for longer range transmission as well. Due to atmospheric absorption of waves at these frequencies, systems transmitting in these bands require very high power levels.

Note: E Band frequency is not part of the IEEE Radar frequency bands and is typically known as a waveguide frequency band.