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Microwave Applications Group

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3030 Industrial Parkway
Santa Maria, CA 93455-1881
About Microwave Applications Group
  • Design, fabricate and test ferrite phase shifters and associated drivers, switching networks and phased array radar antennas
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Products by Microwave Applications Group
  • Dual-Mode Phase Shifters

    The MAG dual-mode phase shifter is the only reciprocal latching, ferrite phase shifter that has been made in large quantity. This phase shifter uses a quadrantally symmetric ferrite rod which is metallized to form a ferrite-filled waveguide. The cross section must have quadrantal symmetry so... Read more
  • Waveguide Switches

    Microwave Applications Group (MAG) is well known as a supplier of ferrite microwave phase control devices since the 1960’s. U S Air Force AWACS E-3 Sentry aircraft, B-1B Lancer radar and many other programs have used ferrite devices developed, designed, and produced by MAG. Beginning in the... Read more
  • Rotary-Field Phase Shifers

    MAG analog rotary-field ferrite phase shifters are uniquely designed to provide an unlimited phase shift with modulo-360 degree phase control characteristics that are independent of frequency, temperature, power level, and ferrite material parameters. Read more