Nova Microwave specializes in design, development and manufacturing of high quality passive RF Microwave Circulators and Isolators. Available in single or multi-junction topographies, the Nova Microwave product line of Ferrite Circulators and Isolators are specifically designed for use in varied environmental and temperature extremes. We provide circulators and isolators spanning the frequency range of 380 MHz to 26.5 GHz in varying bandwidths, tailored to cover all standard and popular bands commonly used throughout the market place.
- Surface Mount
- Magnetically Shielded Packages (Drop-In)
- SMA and N Type Coaxial Connectors
- Clockwise and Counter-Clockwise rotation (CCW)
- Reflected power from 1 Watt to 100 Watts pending on Model Number (contact factory) for your particular requirement
Nova Microwave is a World Wide Supplier for Commercial Applications, Military Applications, Cellular and Wireless Telecommunications.
Nova Microwave designs and manufactures a comprehensive line of circulators for commercial applications, military applications, wireless and cellular markets. These devices are important for keeping signals flowing in one direction only. A circulator is a device that transports radio frequency or microwave signals from one port to another. They typically have three ports. They are made of magnets and ferrite materials with magnetic properties. Circulators can be made to circulate clockwise or counterclockwise. So the name “circulator” makes sense in that it transmits the signal around to the three ports. These devices are also referred to as duplexers because they allow the transmission of two signals over one channel. This allows a receiver and a transmitter to share the same antenna. This is the most common use for a circulator. When the transmitter sends a signal, the device directs the signal to the antenna port. So in summary, a circulator is a device that is designed to direct radio frequencies or microwave signals from Port 1 to Port 2 with a minimum loss.
Nova Microwave designs and manufactures a comprehensive line of isolators for commercial applications, military applications, cellular and wireless markets. These devices are important to minimize the interference between incident and reflected signals. These devices provide a constant impedance to the transmitter, thus maximizing the power transfer by absorbing the reflected signal into the internal terminations. They are made of magnets and ferrite materials with magnetic properties. Isolators are also available in counter-clockwise rotation.