Microwave devices and equipment for scientific and applied tasks
Resonant systems fast frequency tuning in ranges from superhigh frequencies to tremendously high frequencies (THF).
Can be used in filters, frequency counters and during measurement of matter parameters and humidity of dielectric and composite materials.
|0,6 -- 180 Hz
|Frequency tuning range from carrier
|1 -- 15%
|Frequency tuning speed
|> 1 GHz/us
|Manufactured from thermostable materials
|Lightweight and compact
|Parasite low-frequency resonances are completely eliminated
Belongs to new information technologies, that are aimed to fast transmission of large volumes of digital information to long distances. Can be used for high speed transmission of analog and digital data (videoconferencing service, telephony with distant correspondents, mobile communication system for management of traffic flow, cell phone systems etc.). The selection of working frequencies for receiving-transmission facilates high secrecy and hindrance protection of system operation (military communication systems, radio relay lines).
|Belongs to wireless communication devices
60 GHz -- 90 GHz
|Distance of digital data transmission, not less than
|Linearity of frequency tuning characteristic of the system and brandwidth provide the speed of digital data transmission
|carrier waves band
|10 kHz -- 200 MHz
|0,001 -- 1 mW;
|intermediate frequency of the band
Study of nanomaterials in microwave frequency range
Composite nanomaterials have variable material parameters. Experimental measurement of electrophysical parameters of these materials in frequency range 2-78 GHz is the most important problem in modetn radio-frequecy engineering and electronics. Physical concepts of measuring of characteristics of artificial composite materials were developed in resonators with high Q-factor: dielectric losses (complex, real and imaginary components of permittivity)
Components of test bench:
- Microwave generator
- Directed y-junction
- detector head
- electronic counting frequency meter
- Resonator with high Q-value with sparse spectrum of eigenfrequencies.