WR-75 Waveguide Horns

Pasternack WR-75 waveguide horns are low loss RF components capable of handling high power with high isolation. Our WR-75 waveguide horns components from Pasternack are commonly used for RF and microwave waveguide applications requiring low loss and not possible with most coaxial cables. WR-75 waveguide horns can be used in system designs for their high power handling capabilities, antenna feed networks for low loss and phase accuracy and also in test labs.

Pasternack is a major supplier of WR 75 waveguide horns and has one of the largest selections of in-stock waveguide components in the RF/microwave industry. These Pasternack WR75 waveguide horns for RF / microwave applications will ship same day from our facility in Irvine, CA.

The term 'WR' stands for 'Waveguide Rectangular' and the number indicates the waveguide dimensions inner width in hundredths of an inch. WR-75 waveguide horns are available in a rectangular waveguide design and are manufactured with a square cover waveguide flange type that is in-stock. The waveguide component and square cover flange are made of quality aluminum for precision, and light weight, but sturdy construction.

WR75 waveguide horns from Pasternack are available in frequency ranges between 10 GHz and 15 GHz. These WR75 waveguide horns include waveguide components that are located in the navigation on this page. Details of waveguide component specifications can be found on the WR 75 waveguide horns PDF datasheet download of the specific product page of interest.

Our Pasternack ISO 9001:2008 registered facilities in Irvine, CA ships all RF, microwave and millimeter wave waveguide components from stock the same day as you purchase them. We offer the broadest and deepest in-stock inventory that ships same day and is where to buy waveguide components. Pasternack expert technical support and friendly, knowledgeable customer service team are available to assist you with your specific WR-75 waveguide horns need.

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