From: Hans Mellberg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Mar 31 2000 - 07:41:44 PST
If everything else fails, you can contact Barth
Electronics in Boulder City, near Las Vegas. They
construct tapered line adapters similar to what you
need, good to at least 10GHz. The chief engineer there
is Jon Barth, (702) 293-1576.
--- Guido Hunziker <email@example.com> wrote:
> can anybody suggest a good supplier of a kit that
> would allow me to
> interface from a coax connector (say, SMA) to a
> coplanar waveguide (good
> to 10 GHz).
> My CPW guide is on a chip inside a package, and the
> connector would be
> attached to the outside of the housing.
> I used a product from Huber&Suhner many years ago,
> but that doesn't
> Guido Hunziker
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