Krytar Inc

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1288 Anvilwood Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94089-2203
About Krytar Inc
  • KRYTAR specializes in the manufacture of ultra broadband microwave components and test equipment for both commercial and military applications, including: directional couplers; directional detectors; 3 dB hybrids; MLDD power dividers/combiners; detectors; terminations; coaxial adapters and a power meter. Its products cover the DC to 67.0 GHz frequency range.
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Products by Krytar Inc
  • Coaxial-to-Coaxial Adapters

    Visit the website to see a list of coaxial adapters offered by Krytar. Read more
  • Beam-forming Networks

    Systems such as antenna beam-forming networks can be designed more efficiently with 180 degree hybrids. The double-arrow configuration of Krytar 180 degree hybrids yields very broadband phase and amplitude imbalance performance and permits design of broadband beam-forming networks with low parts... Read more
  • Broadband Threshold Detectors

    Visit the Krytar website to learn more about its Broadband Threshold Detectors. Read more