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Event Horizons - Press Release 11-8-2007

 Event Horizons Introduces Microwave Switch for 24 GHz

Event Horizons Model EH95305B 22GHz to 26GHz Waveguide Transfer Switch
The model EH95305B 22GHz to 26GHz waveguide transfer switch features a simplified actuation system, enabling a significant cost savings compared to currently available units on the market.
BARSTOW, California -- Event Horizons, a company dedicated to development of unique electronic components and systems, has introduced a new waveguide switch tailored for operation in the 22GHz to 26GHz band. The EH95305B features a simplified actuator, and operates on 12VDC.

The switch is configured as a four-port transfer relay with WR-42 ports.

“The actuation mechanism allows us to create a reliable WR-42 transfer switch at a significant price advantage, which we pass along to our customers,” said Dick Kolbly, Director of Engineering.

Specifications
Dimensions: 1.75” x 1.75” x 3.6” high (not including motor connection tabs)
Weight: 10.5 oz. (300 g.)
Operating Current: 120mA (current limited) RF Connection: WR-42, (RG-53/U or equivalent flange) Operating Frequency: 24.192GHz (22GHz to 26GHz) Insertion Loss: <0.2dB
Isolation: >60dB
VSWR: < 1.2:1
Switching Time: <200mS

Availability and Pricing
This switch is available for immediate delivery at US $290, with U.S. shipping included. Quantity pricing is available.

Visit their website at http://www.eventhorizons.com/

About Event Horizons

Established in 1985, Event Horizons is an electronic engineering firm specializing in rapid-cycle development of private, commercial, and military embedded control systems. Our products have ranged from complex air-traffic control components to simple sprinkler timers, and from a single, custom-built fixture used in aerospace manufacturing to an inexpensive telephone product produced in quantities of hundreds of thousands. Our specialty is taking a basic concept and creating a complete product, including all aspects of the design. Event Horizons also provides computer services and networking support in the greater California Mojave Desert area surrounding Barstow.

Event Horizons
Post Office Box 908
Barstow, CA 92312-0908
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