60 GHz Systems and Modules

60 GHz Development Systems

The Pasternack / Vubiq 60 GHz development system provides rapid evaluation of Pasternack’s 60 GHz waveguide modules and customer prototyping for system development. This 60 GHz developer kit is created from a partnership between Pasternack and Vubiq (pronounced “View-bik”), an industry expert in designing 60 GHz RF systems. Our 60 GHz wireless development system makes it easy to design new products and applications in the emerging unlicensed millimeter wave ISM band.

60 GHz wireless communications development systems make it easy to design new high bandwidth products and solutions. This Pasternack / Vubiq develpment kit for 60 GHz utilizes a user-friendly GUI for configuration via USB. A standard WR-15 V-band waveguide interface is incorporated into this millimeter wave system and has a 1.8 GHz modulation bandwidth. 802.11ad and 802.11aj WiFi / WiGig development is quick to set up and low cost compared to alternate methods through use of our 60 GHz wireless system.

Other 60 GHz applications include millimeter wave RADAR, radiometry and imaging. This 60 GHz developers system is also used for microwave temperature profiling (MTP) for weather as well as short range RFID applications. WirelessHD video testing and product development is quick and cost effective with this 60 GHz development system.

60 GHz Transmitter and 60 GHz Receiver Modules

The 60 GHz transmitter and 60 GHz receiver modules open up extreme high-speed, high bandwidth data transmission for widespread use. Pasternack 60 GHz waveguide modules utilizes the globally unlicensed millimeter wave spectrum of 57 GHz to 64 GHz. These V band wireless transmitter and receiver modules are ideal for meeting the high speed data transmission needs of companies and developers.

Silicon germanium (SiGe) chip based 60 GHz transceiver components are lower cost and easier to integrate than existing competing products. Pasternack’s 60 GHz V band wireless solution is equally effective at a fraction of the cost and can be connected to any off-the-shelf WR-15 waveguide by use of the UG-385/U flange, making it practical for a wide range of configurations and budgets.