Waveguide Bends

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Description: Waveguide Bends from 8.2 to 110 GHz
Waveguide Type:
WR-12, WR-90, WR-75, WR-62, WR-51, WR-42, WR-34, W...
Plane:
E Plane, H Plane
Bend angle:
90 Degrees, 180 Degrees
Frequency:
8.2 to 110 GHz
VSWR:
1.10:1, 1.05:1, 1.08:1
Application:
Test benches, Microwave sub-systems
Flange Type:
UG387/U, UG419/U, UG595/U, UG1530/U, UG599/U, UG38...
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Description: 3.95 to 5.85 GHz, E Plane, WR-187, 90 Degrees Waveguide Bend
Waveguide Type:
WR-187
Plane:
E Plane
Bend angle:
90 Degrees
Frequency:
3.95 to 5.85 GHz
VSWR:
1.05:1
Application:
Space, Military
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Description: E-bends and H-bends Waveguide
Waveguide Type:
WR-10, WR-12, WR-15, WR-19, WR-22, WR-28, WR-34, W...
Plane:
E Plane, H Plane
Bend angle:
90 Degrees
Frequency:
0.75 to 100 GHz
VSWR:
1.15:1, 1.10:1, 1.20:1
Flange Type:
FDP/FDM, FBP/FBM/FBE
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Description: 90° E Plan & H Plane Mitered Waveguides
Type:
Mitred Bend
Waveguide Type:
WR-650, WR-430, WR-340, WR-28, WR-284, WR-229, WR-...
Plane:
E Plane, H Plane
Bend angle:
90 Degrees
Frequency:
1 to 40 GHz
VSWR:
1.05:1, 1.08:1
Flange Type:
CPRG, CPRF, Cover
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Description: WR-90, 8.20 to 12.40 GHz, 90 Degrees, E Plane Waveguide Bend
Type:
Mitred Bend
Waveguide Type:
WR-90
Plane:
E Plane
Bend angle:
90 Degrees
Frequency:
8.20 to 12.40 GHz
VSWR:
1.03:1
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Description: Waveguide Bends with Low VSWR
Waveguide Type:
WR-42, WR-28, WR-22, WR-19, WR-15, WR-12, WR-10, W...
Plane:
E Plane, H Plane
Bend angle:
30 Degrees, 45 Degrees, 90 Degrees
Frequency:
18 to 220 GHz
VSWR:
1.10:1
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Description: 45 degrees, H Plane Waveguide Bends from 90.0 to 140.0 GHz
Waveguide Type:
WG-16, WG-17, WG-18, WG-19, WG-20, WG-21, WG-22, W...
Plane:
H Plane
Bend angle:
45 degrees
Frequency:
90.0 to 140.0 GHz
VSWR:
1.15:1
Application:
Test & Measurement
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Description: WR-15, 90 Degrees-H Plane Bend from 50 to 75 GHz
Waveguide Type:
WR-15
Plane:
H Plane
Bend angle:
90 Degrees
Frequency:
50 to 75 GHz
VSWR:
1.10:1
Flange Type:
Round, Cover, UG-385/U
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Description: WR-42 Waveguide H-Bend Instrumentation Grade Using UG595/U Flange With a 18 GHz to 26.5 GHz Frequency Range
Waveguide Type:
WR-42
Plane:
H Plane
Bend angle:
90 Degree
Frequency:
18 to 26.5 GHz
VSWR:
1.10:1
Application:
Instrumentation
Flange Type:
UG595/U
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Description: WR-340, 2.45 GHz 90 Degrees Waveguide Bend
Waveguide Type:
WR-340
Plane:
E Plane
Bend angle:
90 Degrees
Frequency:
2.45 GHz
Flange Type:
PDR26
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Waveguide Bends

Waveguides are usually fixed/rigid (with the exception of flexible waveguides) and therefore need bends to allign the waveguide in to a particular position. The correct bend is extreamly importnat, as this regulates the loss and reflections in the system. There are two main kinds of waveguide bends:

E Plane: This type of bend changes the electric field to enable the waveguide to be bent in the required direction. The bend must have a radius greater than two wavelengths.

H Plane: This type of bend changes the magnetic field. It creates a bend around the thinner side of the waveguide. This also must have a radius greater than two times the wavelength.

The Unknown Editor from Microwaves 101 has a great way to identify the Waveguide E & H Planes. He says the E-plane is starts with an E and the H plane starts with and H - which you can see in the photo below.

Waveguide Bends

In addition to this the frequency, waveguide size, bend angle and VSWR are also important parameters which are used when selecting a waveguide bend.

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