|FMP146||High Power 4-port Circulator ( w/Detectors)||C-Band||Get A QuoteQuote|
|Capabilities Sheet||Coaxial Circulator Capabilities||450 MHz to 27 GHz||Get A QuoteQuote|
|Capabilities Sheet||Drop-In Circulator Capabilities||450 MHz to 27 GHz||Get A QuoteQuote|
|Capabilities Sheet||Microstrip Circulator Capabilities||4.5 GHz to 27 GHz||Get A QuoteQuote|
|X Band SMT Circulator||X Band SMT Circulator||X-Band, 10% BW||Get A QuoteQuote|
TRUE Surface Mount Circulators
TRAK is introducing a NEW Line of True Surface Mount Circulators that offer competitive performance to micro-strip circulators, are compatible with solder reflow profiles, and are available on tape and reel. Standard devices are being developed for X, C, and S radar bands.
Coaxial Microwave Circulators
Coaxial circulators generally use SMA female connectors. Other connector orientations are also available. TRAK connectors meet the dimensional interface requirements of MIL-C-39012, and are torque tested. These coax circulators are ideal for military and space as we have a demonstrated and extensive program heritage.
Key features of our coax microwave circulators include: a one-piece stainless steel housing (providing excellent EMI performance, mechanical integrity, and corrosion resistance); compact size; and an extensive catalog of optional models with customization and integration capability.
Drop-In Microwave Circulators
Drop-in microwave circulators from TRAK have tab leads for interconnection with microstrip or stripline circuitry. These drop-in microwave circulators are ideal for military and space as we have a demonstrated and extensive program heritage.
Key features of our drop-in microwave circulators include: a one-piece stainless steel housing (providing excellent magnetic shielding, mechanical integrity, and corrosion resistance); extended center conductor tabs; no internal solder joints; compact size; and an extensive catalog of optional models with customization and integration capability.
Monolithic Micro-strip Microwave Circulators
Monolithic micro-strip microwave circulators from TRAK utilize a metallized ferrite substrate mounted on a ferrous carrier. Interconnections are typically gold wire bonds or ribbon bonds. These devices are often used in MIC modules for phased-array radar systems. These micro-strip microwave circulators are ideal for hybrid assemblies deployed in military and space applications, as we have a demonstrated and extensive program heritage.
High Power Integrated Dual-Circulator/Detector for Airborne Communications
Model FMP146 is a unique 4-port, dual junction module featuring forward and reverse power detection, a high power BeO load, a lightweight aluminum body, and 75 watts CW power (forward and reverse).
Advanced Engineering Tools
For our more complex junction and integrated devices, TRAK utilizes HFSS to analyze complex microwave structures to optimize interfaces and ferrite junction performance, predict thermal rise inside the ferrite junction, and calculate voltage peaks to predict dielectric breakdown.
With the addition of Maxwell magnetic simulation we can also analyze: magnetic field proximity effects; magnetic moments; magnetic return path efficiency; the shift in RF performance from small signal to high power operation, and create highly accurate models of devices with non-uniform fields such as in our microstrip circulators.
Design and drafting is done in SolidWorks, allowing us (and you) to view mechanical fit prior to cutting metal.
TRAK has the capability to conduct complete environmental testing of your microwave circulators in house including shock, vibration, moisture and thermal vacuum testing to the highest military and space requirements.
HOW TO ORDER:
To order standard or custom microwave ferrite circulators from TRAK simply start a Request for Quote and reference the model of your choice from the capabilities sheets found above. Specify additional or revised functionality you need, upload any files that help describe your requirements, and submit your RFQ to our Technical Sales team. A member of our team will confirm receipt and begin processing your request right away.
Call 813 - 901 - 7200 with any questions.