December 1, 2020

U.S. TECH publishes article on Micro Harmonics advances in cryogenic isolators.

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October 26, 2020

Microwave Product Digest publishes article on Micro Harmonics advances in cryogenic isolators.

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October 15, 2020

Design 2 Part Magazine publishes article on Micro Harmonics’ impact on ground-breaking viral research.

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October 1, 2020

Medical Design Briefs publishes article on Micro Harmonics’ impact on ground-breaking viral research.

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October 1, 2020

Microwave Product Digest publishes article on Micro Harmonics advances in cryogenic isolators.

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October 1, 2020

Micro Harmonics is excited to announce our recent award of $75,000  for Cryogenic Isolators for High-Frequency Ship Radar and Drone Inspection Systems. The Virginia Unmanned Systems Center at Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) announced FY20 Unmanned Awardees in their October Newsletter.

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September 1, 2020

Electronics World publishes article on Micro Harmonics advances in cryogenic isolators.

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August 12, 2020

Design Solutions publishes article on Micro Harmonics advances in cryogenic isolators.

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August 1, 2020

Aerospace & Defense Technology publishes article on Micro Harmonics advances in cryogenic isolators.

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July 24, 2020

ACERT National Biomedical Center at Cornell University is using biomedical devices that operate at the higher end of the MMW spectrum for ground-breaking research in viral diseases. Micro Harmonics is thrilled to work alongside Virginia Diodes, Inc. to build the world’s highest power solid-state coherent 240 GHz source that puts out 500 milliwatts (a record at this frequency) for Cornell’s ACERT center.  Thank you to everythingRF for featuring how millimeter wave technology enables the next wave of medical advancements in the fight against future outbreaks and pandemics.

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July 23, 2020

Micro Harmonics components are solving standing wave issues commonly associated with advancements in wireless technologies. Thank you, Applied Wireless Technology for the recent article!

“One of the major issue design engineers face, as they try to utilize the higher frequencies of the mmWave spectrum, is with isolators. This part of the RF spectrum is critical for the future of wireless technologies like autonomous vehicles, the Internet of Things, 5G and onto 6G, as well as a host of other products. There simply is not enough room at the lower frequencies to handle the bandwidth required of next-gen wireless products, but moving into the higher, millimeter wave spectrum means dealing with a major issue – that of standing waves.”  Dr. Dave Rizzo in Applied Wireless Technology

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June 6, 2020

Micro Harmonics is pleased to announce $75,000 in new funding from the Center for Innovative Technology CRCF SBIR Matching Funds Program. 

MHC identified a need for their cryogenic isolators in high-frequency ship radar and drone inspection systems, particularly in the KA band (WR-28, 26.5-40.0 GHz). These systems need ultra-light, small envelope solutions, features in which MHC leads the market. 

“I am pleased to congratulate Micro Harmonics Corporation (MHC) on their second CRCF award,” said Ed Albrigo, President and CEO of CIT. “This Fincastle, Virginia-based company is innovating in a field where advancements are critical to many industries, including scientific instruments and unmanned systems. We are proud to support the deeply experienced MHC team and look forward to their continued success in the Commonwealth.” 

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June 1, 2020

Electronics Magazine publishes article on Micro Harmonics advances in mmW isolator design.

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May 6, 2020

Micro Harmonics pioneering design of cryogenic – capable isolators published in everything RF article.

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April 22, 2020

Microwaves & RF features article by David Porterfield, founder and CEO of Micro Harmonics.

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April 23, 2020

U.S. Tech publishes article on Micro Harmonics recent design developments.

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April 1, 2020

Microwave Product Digest features Micro Harmonics’ advances in mmWave isolators.

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April 1, 2020

Design-2-Part Magazine publishes article about Micro Harmonics mmWave components.

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April 1, 2020

Aerospace & Defense Technology features Micro Harmonic’s impact and advantage in the growing 5G field.

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March 13, 2020

eeDesignIt publishes an article featuring Micro Harmonics design advancements.

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February 19, 2020

EEWeb​ publishes an article explaining why Micro Harmonics is at the cutting edge of mmWave technology.

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February 1, 2020

The Electric Current Magazine features an article on Micro Harmonics mmWave isolators.

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January 16, 2020

EEWorld Online publishes an article explaining how Micro Harmonics mmWave isolators solve insertion loss issues frequently associated with higher frequencies.

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January 16, 2020

Micro Harmonics engineering advances are featured in 5G Technology World article. Our ferrite isolators are optimized for the industry’s lowest insertion loss.

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January 15, 2020

Everything RF features Micro Harmonics in an article about  how our design advances in mmWave technology impact 5G, 6G, ultra-high definition video, autonomous driving cars, security applications and IoT. 

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July 10, 2019

Micro Harmonics was just awarded a NASA Phase II SBIR contract to develop cryogenic Faraday rotation isolators in every band from WR-15 (50-75 GHz) through WR-3.4 (220-330 GHz). In the course of this research effort we will also develop room temperature isolators at WR2.8 (260-400 GHz) and WR-2.2 (330-500 GHz) as well as a line of voltage variable attenuators in the bands WR-15 through WR-8 (90-140 GHz). The attenuators will operate over full waveguide bands with a power rating near 1 W.

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June 10, 2019

A special thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth at the IMS in Boston last week. We exhibited a WR-4.3 isolator with 1.1 dB insertion loss! A special thanks to Keysight for loaning us the PNA and to Virginia Diodes for loaning us the frequency extenders.

June 6, 2019

Micro Harmonics has been awarded a $50,000 Commonwealth Research Commercialization Fund (CRCF) grant by the Center for Innovative Technology (CIT). CIT creates technology-based economic development strategies to accelerate innovation, imagination and the next generation of technology and technology companies. Created in 1985, CIT, a non-profit corporation, plugs gaps at the earliest stages of the Innovation Continuum – commercialization and seed funding – as it helps entrepreneurs launch and grow high-growth technology companies and create high-paying jobs for the future. CRCF invests in priority research and commercialization activities through the private sector, academia, and nonprofit research institutes.

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May 3, 2019

Micro Harmonics has been selected as one of four companies for induction into the 2019 RAMP (Regional Acceleration and Mentoring Program) Cohort. RAMP is a technology business accelerator program for the Roanoke/Blacksburg, Virginia region. RAMP will provide commercialization training and mentorship as well as a $20,000 grant.

May 2, 2019

We will be exhibiting at the 2019 IMS in Boston, June 4-6. Please visit us at booth number 694.

March 14, 2019

Please follow the link below to read our article in the March issue of the Microwave Journal.

Recent Advancements in mm-Wave Isolator Technology

March 8, 2019

Micro Harmonics introduces a new WR-10 cryogenic isolator (75-110 GHz). Typical insertion loss is less than 0.4 dB at 77 K. Typical isolation is greater than 26 dB at 77 K. Nominal insertion loss and isolation are maintained at room temperature at 1.0 dB and 19 dB respectively. Prototypes have been rigorously tested through more than 60 cryogenic cycles to 77 K without failure. Follow this link for more information. Additional models are forthcoming.

July 25, 2018

Micro Harmonics has been awarded a new NASA SBIR contract for the development of millimeter-wave isolators optimized for cryogenic applications. The initial development will be done in WR-10 (75-110 GHz) with the ulitmate goal to expand our product line to include cryogenic options in all bands from WR-12 (60-90 GHz) to WR-3.4 (220-325 GHz).

June 15, 2018

We gave a live demonstration of our WR-3.4 isolator at the IMS exhibit in Philadelphia, June 11-14. Yes, the insertion loss really is < 2 dB typical! Many thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth and expressed interest in our products.

 June 15, 2018

We have successfully demonstrated a WR-4.3 isolator covering the full waveguide band from 170-260 GHz with a typical insertion loss near 2 dB.

April 14, 2018

Micro Harmonics completes NASA Phase II development for MMW isolators and circulators.

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