Microwave Antennas

A microwave antenna is a physical transmission device used to broadcast microwave transmissions between two or more locations.

In addition to broadcasting, antennas are also used in radar, radio astronomy and electronic warfare.

Our microwave antennas range from 5.9GHz to 86GHz, cover different bands, with different parabolic diameters and  for different applications.

Here are few example of the applications:

  • One-way (e.g. television broadcasting) and two-way telecommunication using communications satellites
  • Terrestrial microwave relay links in telecommunications networks including backbone or backhaul carriers in cellular networks linking BTS-BSC and BSC-MSC.
  • Radar
  • Radio astronomy
  • Communications intelligence
  • Electronic warfare

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