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Ortho-Mode Transducers

Optim Microwave has developed a range of high performance Ortho-Mode Transducers (OMTs) which operate from 3 to 40 GHz. Each OMT is designed for optimum performance, reduced size, and ease of manufacture. By combining precision CAD tools, design techniques, and precise fabrication, Optim Microwave is producing these devices with no tuning screws. This leads to improved power handling, very low PIM, and the elimination of bench tuning.

Feel free to contact us for custom designs to suit your needs, but we have a few OMTs which can be ordered off-the-shelf. 
  • OMT75K-X09, $135.00 each
    • Ku Band OMT with WR-75 flanges.
    • The 0.7 inch circular waveguide common port operates in the 10.70 to 14.50 GHz band.
    • The side WR-75 port operates in the 10.70 to 12.75 GHz band (Rx band).
    • The through WR-75 port operates in the 10.70 to 14.50 GHz band.
    • There are four different versions depending on the screw type, O-ring option, and desired length.
    • The price of the O-ring version is slightly higher. Contact us if interested the o-ring version.
    • For electrical and mechanical specifications, please see the brochure below.
  • OMT75K-X10, $135.00 each
    • Ku Band OMT with WR-75 flanges.
    • The 0.7 inch circular waveguide common port operates in the 10.70 to 14.50 GHz band.
    • The side WR-75 port operates in the 12.75-14.50 GHz band (Tx band).
    • The through WR-75 port operates in the 10.70 to 14.50 GHz band.
    • There are four different versions depending on the screw type, O-ring option, and desired length.
    • The price of the O-ring version is slightly higher. Contact us if interested the o-ring version.
    • For electrical and mechanical specifications, please see the brochure below.
If you are interested in ordering these products, please contact Rosalie Genhart at sales@optim-microwave.com. If you have any technical questions, then please contact info@optim-microwave.com.
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Bill Faust,
Aug 12, 2016, 1:58 PM
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Bill Faust,
Aug 12, 2016, 1:58 PM
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