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Smiths Interconnect's full range of MMW antenna products and technologies includes Cassegrain reflector, feed horn, standard gain horn, and Gaussian optic lens antennas, as well as, custom designed antenna arrays.  Our comprehensive range of antenna product offerings also includes polarizers, orthomode transducers, reflectors, comparators, and waveguide adapters to allow us to provide the most complete technical solutions for applications up to 325 GHz.

Antenna / Quasioptical
Capabilities

Capabilities

In-house capabilities encompass design, development, manufacturing and testing. Providing operational excellence tailored to volume manufacturing requirements, global sourcing, world class engineering talent and rapid prototyping.

Quality

Quality

We foster a Culture of Quality to be the best at what we do ... Quality, it is all about the Customer.

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Scalar Feed Horns (SFH)

Scalar Feed Horns (SFH)

Smiths Interconnect's high performace Scalar Feed Horns offer full polarization flexibility and symmetric radiation patterns with standard designs covering 26 GHz to 325 GHz to meet a broad range of end-user applications.

Standard Gain Horn (SGH)

Standard Gain Horn (SGH)

Smiths Interconnect's high precision Standard Gain Horns offer test range quality, repeatability and performance that delivers the highest level of measurement accuracy.

Who We Are

Who We Are

Smiths Interconnect is a leading provider of technically differentiated electronic components, subsystems, microwave and radio frequency products that connect, protect and control critical applications in the commercial aviation, defense, space, medical, rail, semiconductor test, wireless telecommunications, and industrial markets.

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