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MW Isolators & Circulators

Coaxial, Drop-In, Microstrip, Surface Mount

Wide range of RF/Microwave isolators & circulators are offered in drop-in, coaxial, microstrip/ surface mount, and waveguide configurations from C-band to V-Band. These high performance components are highly compact, ruggedized and provide superior magnetic shielding. Contact our product experts to discuss your specific system requirements and custom configurations to meet your needs. 

Features & Benefits

Smiths Interconnect's Isolators and Circulators set the industry benchmark for low loss and high power performance in the most stringent Military and Space environments.

  • Designed for military & space environments
  • Wideband and narrow band configurations
  • Custom engineering solutions available

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