Mega Industries UHF waveguide components are often used for television broadcasting, in devices for communications, radio astronomy research and more. In addition, the UHF frequency range is utilized for microwave ovens, mobile phones, wireless LAN, and Bluetooth. Our UHF waveguide components serve a range of applications.
Uniquely, our partners at Ferrite Microwave Technologies developed the first 75, 100 and 125 kW isolators for UHF processing systems. Furthermore, the acquisition of Micro Communications (MCi) increased Mega’s product capabilities within the UHF band – with antennas, switches, combiners, coaxial transmission lines and more.
About UHF Band
The UHF Band, as its name implies, is for Ultra-High Frequency (alternatively, ultrahigh frequency). The specifications for the UHF frequency band are as follows:
|300 to 3000 MHz
Microwave Techniques: UHF & Waveguide Capabilities
Microwave Techniques LLC (the legacy product lines of Mega, Ferrite, MCi & FXR Loads) has a longstanding history of manufacturing UHF band waveguide & microwave devices. We supply our UHF components to antenna manufacturers, satellite OEM’s, TV stations, radio broadcasters, SATCOM experts, defense contractors, research institutes and beyond.
Microwave Techniques capabilities with UHF waveguide components stems from our years of collaborating with antenna engineers, transmitter OEM’s, broadcast system integrators and RF specialists around the world.
We’ve supplied antennas, filters, combiners, switches, circulators and a plethora of other UHF waveguide components to many of our domestic and international partners.
Our UHF product lines expanded as a result of the 2020 merger with Ferrite, in addition to the 2014 acquisition of MCi. Consequently, the team at Microwave Techniques stands ready to support our industrial, broadcast, scientific, medical and radar clients with a number of UHF component solutions.
To explore some of our commonly manufactured UHF microwave & RF components, we welcome you to the following product pages:
Alternatively, you can explore by common UHF frequency waveguide sizes:
To learn more about our products and capabilities – or to speak with our customer support team, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org – we look forward to working with you on your next UHF microwave project!