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Ferrites & Magnetic Materials

Trans-Tech is the largest manufacturer of microwave ferrite materials in the world, producing tens of millions of pieces each year for the wireless industry. Our products range from high volume garnets for wireless infrastucture to specialized materials for radar applications. Applications require materials which work best in above resonance devices from 100 MHz to around 3 GHz, and another range of materials which suit devices working below resonance from about 1 GHz to 40 GHz or more. Another set of materials are available for high power applications. Some have suitable switching properties for devices based on below resonance phase shifting.

Trans-Tech Ferrites & Magnetic Materials include:

Inspection Method Sheets (IMS):


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Documents and Applications Notes


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A Discussion of Ferrite Material Characteristics in Waveguide Digital Phase Shifters

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Ferrimagnetic Substrates for Microwave Integrated Circuits

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Magnetics FAQs

Designers Guide

Microwave Ferrites

Data Sheet

Microwave Garnets

Data Sheet

No. 6510: Use of Ferrimagnetic Material in Isolators

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No. 6512: Use of Ferrimagnetic Materials in Gyrators

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Permeability Spectra of Ferrimagnetic Materials

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Stabilization of Remanent Induction by Thermal Annealing

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Test for Complex Dielectric Constant

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Test for Hysteresis Loop Properties

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Test for Line Width and Gyromagnetic Ratio

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Test for Saturation Magnetization

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Test for Spinwave Line Width

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Test for Switching Coefficients

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Use of Ferrimagnetic Material in Circulators

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