Your Source for Broadband Dielectric Characterization

With over twenty years in all facets of microwave engineering, we use our proprietary processes and technologies to bring you the most accurate and robust data, when you need it.

SERVICES

RCL Microwave’s first milestone design is our 1 MHz to 32 GHz at 10,000+
data point Phase Differential method. Your materials can be as thin as 100
microns (~0.004″) and can be characterized for a wide range of Dielectric
Constants and Loss Tangents. You can be confident that you are getting
accurate data with our outstanding Test Fixture Return Loss. Please
download a copy of our white paper on the Phase Differential method at
www.RCLMicrowave.com/whitepapers

RCL Microwave’s second milestone design is our 10 MHz to 67 GHz method
using 10,000+ data points. Your materials can be as thin as 20 microns and
can be characterized for a wide range of Dielectric Constants and Loss
Tangents. This is also a Phase Differential Dielectric Characterization
method and a copy of our white paper is available at www.RCLMicrowave.com/
whitepapers.

RCL Microwave’s Third Milestone Design is our Millimeter Wave Dielectric
Characterization system. This method is a wireless propagation method that
is different from our first two milestone designs. Please Contact us today
for more information!

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ABOUT

RCL Microwave, Inc. is a Microwave Engineering firm that specializes in Material Characterization at radio and microwave frequencies. With an assortment of tools and proprietary techniques and software to characterize many different materials, RCL Microwave is committed to providing the most precise and highest quality Material Characterization for your Radio and Microwave Frequency design process.

We have over 20 years of experience in Microwave Engineering and we have worked in almost every area of microwave engineering. We have extensive experience in all stages of microwave design, from requirements engineering, to physical design, to design debug, to production.