Mi-wave’s RF Transceivers are a reliable means for the conversion frequency signals. Our units can be tailored with options—such as multichannel, individual gain control, remote access, high input power, multiple inputs/ outputs and packaged for airborne, commercial, military, and extreme environments.
- 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
- Radar Communication
- Satellite Communication
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 upconverter, downconverter, transceivers, LNBs, low noise block up-converter or sub assembly systems.
*All data presented is collected from a sample lot.
* Actual data may vary unit to unit, slightly.
*All testing was performed under +25 °C case temperature.
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*Millimeter Wave Products, Inc. reserves the right to change the information presented on website without notice as we continue to enhance the performance and design of our products.
Build Your RF Transceivers Needs…and more
Millimeter Wave Products Inc has built and been part of many special project builds that have required Upconverters/downconverters, 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.
In radio/rf communication, a transceiver is a device that can both transmit and receive signals through a transmission medium. It is a combination of a transmitter and a receiver, hence the name transceiver.
RF Transmission is usually accomplished via radio waves, but communications satellites, wired connections, and fiber optic systems can also be used.
Radio frequency (RF) transceivers are widely used in wireless devices. For example, cell phones use them to connect to cellular networks. Other common examples include walkie-talkies and CB radios. By combining a receiver and transmitter in one consolidated device, a transceiver allows for greater flexibility than what either of these could provide individually and enhance applications for user needs.