mWAVE Industries LLC is excited to announce that it has recently acquired the assets of the Gabriel Antenna (including QuickFireTM and Flat Panels) and Mark Grid Antenna product lines. The company is currently moving the production of the two brands to its facilities in Windham, Maine USA. Informational updates to follow.
Please contact mWave Industries or visit the below websites for more information.Gabriel Antennas » Mark Grid Antennas »
mWAVE Industries, LLC designs and manufactures standard and custom antenna products for commercial and government applications spanning the scientific, defense, and academic communities.Learn More about mWAVE »
Parabolic antennas are available from inventory in 1', 2’, 3’, and 4’ diameters with optional molded radomes. Our antennas feature vertex mounted rear-insertable feeds in single, dual linear, and circular polarizations.See Our Commercial Antenna Products »
We are experts in antenna development, and can customize an existing product or develop a new product designed to satisfy your specific system requirements.
mWAVE specializes in reflector antennas and feeds including conscan and monopulse. Our product offering also encompasses microstrip arrays, horns, helices, sectors, omnidirectional antennas, and waveguide arrays.See Our Custom Antenna Products »
mWAVE owns and operates a complete antenna test facility to support RF characterization of our standard and custom antenna products. mWAVE’s facility regularly supports independent test programs.Learn More about our Test Range »
mWAVE Industries LLC has completed the move of the Gabriel and Mark antenna production equipment to our facility in Windham, Maine. We are currently setting up the production lines and anticipate that we will be in production of the Gabriel QuickFire™ Antenna line and Mark Parabolic Grid lines by December 2015. Updates to follow.
mWAVE now offers 1Ft and 2FT diameter 60 GHz parabolic antennas that can be customized to mate with the radio manufacturers ODU. The compact aluminum mount uses corrosion resistant materials, stainless steel hardware and offers superior fine azimuth and elevation adjustment required at this high frequency. Please review our data sheet for further mechanical and electrical specifications.