Micro Communications (MCi) designs and manufactures a wide variety of phase shifters for both coaxial and waveguide applications for all power levels. They may be manually actuated or equipped with AC or stepper motors with electronic position / phase indication.
MCi: A Microwave Techniques Company
As a Microwave Techniques company, MCi supports the legacy product lines of Ferrite Microwave Technologies and Mega Industries. For more information about microwave components, such as waveguide & coaxial phase shifters, we welcome you to visit our partners at Mega Industries. Mega offers components in both coaxial, waveguide and UHV configurations.
Waveguide Phase Shifters
Mega manufactures phase shifters in sizes ranging from WR90 to WR2300. Their designs include manual, motorized and 3-probe phase shifters. For ultra-high power settings, Mega utilizes the short-slot hybrid design. To ensure long-term reliability, Mega utilizes non-contacting, double bucket shorting assemblies that are mounted on Teflon runners. Additionally, maximum power transfer is assured for manual and motorized units. Mega Industries designs display an insertion loss characteristic of less than 0.05 dB.
Coaxial Phase Shifters
Mega also develops coaxial phase shifters in a variety of coaxial sizes form 7/8″ to 12″ or larger. Their manual and motorized designs allow for mechanical travels of 8 to 60 inches. The Mega design is a constant impedance, with low insertion loss, low VSWR, and virtually no WOW.
Micro Communications is a Microwave Techniques company. The Microwave Techniques group consists of the legacy product lines from MCi, Mega Industries, Ferrite Microwave Technologies and the FXR Load product line. If you have questions about MCi products – or wish to speak with a sales representative – please reach out to us directly at email@example.com. We look forward to helping you with your broadcast antenna project!
If you cannot find the coupler you are looking for, please visit any of our partner websites, or contact us directly. Our advanced microwave engineering and sales teams will survey our extensive library to find the right fit for your high-power microwave or RF application.