Component That Blocks Intermingling of Frequencies

Isolators drop in or drop-in isolators are used to protect, shield and set apart one microwave device from the other. It isolates radio waves/microwaves inadvertent mismatch or variation that may be caused during loading times.

Drop-in isolators are based on microstrip or stripline technology and have tab leads to aid interconnections and as a result, can be “dropped in” into a radio frequency or a microwave circuity and can be readily incorporated into relevant systems and applications.

Drop-in isolators from Raditek are made using non-reciprocal materials like ferrites biased by a static magnetic field. Isolators built of non-reciprocal material work optimally throughout a wide spectrum of thermal ranges, from -50°C to +100°C, and provide improved magnetic field stability in these settings.

Our off-the-shelf, state-of-the-art drop-in isolators are the integral component used in wireless communication systems, gadgets, and devices used by commercial and military sectors.

However, for all radio wave and microwave bandwidths ranging from 200 MHz to 40 GHz we also offer custom isolators drop in that are curated according to the client’s specifications and system topography

Raditek provides drop in isolators of varied shapes and sizes, some even as small as 5mm to your circuitry requirements with super resonance absorbance capacities, field displacement, and terminated circulator. Full details can be found on the Raditek website.