Microwave Techniques is pleased to announce we will be hosting a technical workshop on October 14 – 15, 2021. The topic for the first workshop seminar is Transmission Line Power Ratings for Waveguide & Coax.
|Topic:||Transmission Line Power Ratings for Waveguide & Coax|
|Dates:||October 14, 2021 – October 15, 2021|
|Location:||28 / 29 Sanford Drive, Gorham, Maine, USA 04038|
|Sign up:||Contact firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Attendees:||5 (minimum) to 20 (maximum)|
Learn about new designs & technology, participate in hands-on technical workshops, join Q&A discussions with our engineers, visit Maine, and tour the Microwave Techniques campus!
About the Transmission Line Power Ratings Workshop
There are industry standards that determine the recommended peak and average power rating of coaxial and waveguide transmission line. The power rating of RF components is usually based on these ratings and may be degraded or enhanced depending on the design approach taken. Also, environmental and system operating conditions may degrade these ratings and need to be accounted for. As new applications are developed or new technologies, like solid state are being applied to existing applications, these ratings may often be reached or exceeded in portions of a system. It is critical that the power limitations of the transmission media and of the components are fully understood to construct a robust, reliable system.
This workshop will:
- Define how the peak and average power limitations of coaxial and waveguide transmission line were determined and provide the safety factors that are used in these ratings.
- Show how environmental and system operating conditions impact the power rating.
- Review fundamental RF components and show how the components power rating is determined as a percentage of the transmission media it was designed in.
- Demonstrate techniques that can extend the peak or average power rating of RF components.
- Discuss system level design approaches to avoid a weak link in the overall system.
- Provide power rating calculation tools that account for VSWR, ambient temperature, pressurization, surface finishes and materials used in the determination of the power rating for coaxial and waveguide transmission line.
Tour the Microwave Techniques Campus
Come visit the Microwave Techniques campus in Gorham, Maine, USA! Sign up for a workshop, and we’ll provide a facility tour, a hands-on technical workshop session, Q & A with our engineers and team members, as well as lunch & dinner for all visitors!
The tour of the facility includes:
- Engineering hub
- Machining center
- ISO Class 5 Clean Room
- Research & development lab
- Microwave components testing facility
- Recent expansion at 29 Sanford Drive
Visit Maine & Connect With Our Team
Microwave Techniques campus is located just minutes from downtown Portland. The region has attracted nationwide attention and high regard in recent years for its great food, friendly people, coastal scenery, and promising opportunities. Come see Portland, Maine!
Custom Solutions & Product Development
As new applications and technologies develop, our team remains deeply committed to customer success. We want to ensure understanding and proper operation of Microwave Techniques high-power components, from project conception through system integration.
Book a session today to stay current with the latest RF technology!
HOW TO SIGN UP
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Phone: (+1) 207-854-1700
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