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Fixture for Measurement of the Coefficient of Thermal Stability in the Microwave region for low and high loss materials

Model  RAD800 

The  RAD800  fixture from RADOMEC , was developed to assist all physicists, chemists, materials engineers who are interested in thermal stability of materials in the microwave . In this equipment the  material under test operates as a dielectric ressonator  antenna (DRA),  in the HE118 mode, under the effect of a variable temperature.

The follow-up of this resonance under  the effect of temperature results in  the obtention of obtaining        for this material.

 

Fixture for Measurement of Electrical permittivity and loss in the microwave region of 1GHz to 40GHz

Model  RAD100

Ressonator  Hakki-Coleman

The  RAD100  fixture  from RADOMEC , was developed to assist all physicists, chemists, engineers who are interest in the properties of materials, such as the dielectric permittivity and dielectric loss in microwave region. It is an open resonator  that operates in the TE011 mode and  allows a precise measurement of dielectric permittivity at room temperature. The resonances varies depending on the size and properties of the sample. The study of this resonance along with the RADsoft100 software allows the calculation of and   for this material.


By varying the sample size of the resonator can be used to obtain values of permittivity (2 to 200)  in a fairly wide frequency range (1GHZ to 40GHz)

 

Fixture for Measurement of Electrical permittivity and loss in the microwave region of 1GHz to 40GHz

Model  RAD400 

The  RAD400  fixture  from RADOMEC , was developed to assist all physicists, chemists, engineers who are interest in the properties of materials, such as the dielectric permittivity and dielectric loss in microwave region. In this fixture the dielectric operates as a  dielectric resonator antenna (DRA), HE118 mode,. The study of this resonance along with the RADsoft400 software allows the calculation of and for this material.

By varying the sample size of the resonator can be used to obtain values of permittivity (2 to 200)  in a fairly wide frequency range (1GHZ to 40GHz)