Noise Sources 140 To 330 GHz @Sub-Terahertz-Spectrum

These sub-mm wave noise sources are unique ISSN-05 (140 to…

76 GHz Short-Range Marine Radar with Zero Blind Spot

The ideal radar solution for port area monitoring and near-shore…

Standard Gain Horn Conical Lens antennas

Features High performance Low VSWR Operation up to 400 GHz…

DR-76 Docking Assistance Radar – BAS (Berthing Aid System)

DR-76 is BAS (Berthing Aid System) and acronym for 76…

Standard Gain Horn Pyramidal Horn Antenna

Features High performance Low VSWR Operation up to 400 GHz…

Millimeter Wave FMCW radar for Foreign Object Debris (FOD) Detection

► Promo video of ELVA-1 FOD radar See Report…

Custom Design Horns up to 400 GHz

Features High performance Low VSWR Corrugated Lens solution GOLA Rectangular…

Radar for Security Screening of Explosive Belts and weapons detecting

AI-driven MM-Wave Radar for Security Screening of Explosive Belts on People…

Gaussian Optics Lens Antennas by ELVA-1

Gaussian Optics Lens Antennas by ELVA-1 is worthy choice for…

FMCW Radar Front-end at 94 GHz 200 mW

Features On-line measurement High directivity with small antennas Equipped with…

Welcome to ELVA-1
We design and produce mm-wave radio links, radars, components and scientific equipment 26 to 400 GHz

60 Gbps dual-band mm-wave radio link

In Sept 2021, 60 Gbps radio installed in Siberia

In April 2020, 10 Gbps E-band radio was successfully tested on longest in the industry wireless path of 19,482 m (12.1 miles).
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ELVA-1 300 GHz Radar for research of autonomous vehicles

Prof. Marina Gashinova from University of Birmingham (UK) works with FMCW radars to develop safe usage of autonomous vehicles. Watch her video below.

ELVA-1 76 GHz FOD Radar – available to order

ELVA-1 FOD radar operates at 76 GHz (3.9 mm wavelength). It could detect debris with size of 3 cm or more at 1000 m distance.
See FOD radar promo video below.

15 km (9.3 mi) – this is industry record for distance range of PPC-10G-E 10Gbps E-band radio at Arctic region

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Concept video for 10GE wireless metro network

Few days is enough to build a fault-tolerant all-weather 10 GE wireless network based on PPC-10G radios to cover the city and key infrastructure facilities.

10 Gbps radio demo at July, 2017:

ELVA-1 Team Presentation

About ELVA-1

We design and produce  Millimeter wave components and systems, waveguide antennas and horns, MM wave radars.  Elva-1 specializes on applications in scientific test and measurement equipment, industrial and front-end radars, millimeter wave level sensors, E-band and Q-band radios, wireless communication equipment operating in the millimeter and sub-millimeter wave frequency bands.

The scope of ELVA-1 basically focused on developing and producing customs designed Millimeter Wave equipment. ELVA-1 also serves the global mm-wave market as Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM). Top names in mm-wave industry use our OEM components to bring quality and cost effective product solutions to their customers worldwide.

Besides, ELVA-1 suggests an exclusive service for scientific laboratories. The company leads key measurements and prove the principles  of devises designed by laboratories before applying documentation for grants. This procedure is the prime one to verify the production efficiency mostly in any kind of  mm-wave system and, what is important, assists to increase the probability of  receiving the grant.

The list of our customers includes major names at science and research all over the world: JET (UK) – biggest tokamak in the world, General Atomics (USA), National Institute of Standard and Technology (USA), Rohde & Schwarz, FOM Institute (The Netherlands), University of Kiel (Germany), Centre D’Etudes de Cadarache (France), Institute of Astronomy & Astrophysics (Taiwan), South-West Institute of Physics (China), Siemens, CERN – Accelerator in Switzerland, Max Planck Institut fur Plasmaphysik, Australian National University, Cornell University (USA), Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (UK). An each year we add new top names to this impressive list.

We put all our 30+ years of Millimeter Wave experience into every project. Take a look at some of our instalaltions.


Apr 28, 2023
ELVA-1 announced SPST-10/FB PIN diode-based, single pole, single throw (SPST) switch with a TTL driver that covers the full WR-10 waveguide band 75 to 110 GHz.
Mar 21, 2023
Read ELVA-1’s article about the three weaknesses of 5G connectivity for trains. First, low data download speeds, second, dependence on train speeds, and third, lack of 5G coverage outside of densely populated areas. Low data download speeds are a major weakness of 5G, which is critical for remote video surveillance on trains. That’s why train operators are building dedicated trackside networks in the mm-wave frequency range.
Dec 27, 2022
This is ELVA’s video demonstration of high-volume data transmission technology from the vehicle to the operator’s network during a stopover (V2N, vehicle-to-network). The data is transmitted over a 10 gigabit 60 GHz radio channel using 10Gbps MobiBridge radio.
Oct 12, 2022
ELVA-1 announced SDM360-76RM,  a mm-wave road monitoring radar with all-round (360°) visibility and 200m range. The radar works as a obstacle sensor for detection of road incidents including stopped cars, debris (FOD), collisions, passers-by people, and animals in the highway lanes and hard shoulder.  
Sep 27, 2022
ELVA-1 unveiled a white paper for a 10 Gbps E-band mesh network based on PPC-10G radio links and Linux-based 10GE edge routers.
Sep 23, 2022
ELVA-1’s team published new booklet with E-band Q-band 10 Gbps PPC-10G radio links datasheet.
Aug 11, 2022
ELVA-1 has presented 71-76/81-86 GHz E-band 10-40GE wireless mesh network node with Linux 10GE EDGE router
Aug 3, 2022
ELVA-1’s team has published a new booklet describing FCC Link Registration Procedure for ELVA-1 70-80 GHz 10 Gbps radios.
Jul 15, 2022
See demo of ELVA-1 ultra short-range E-band 76 GHz marine radar when navigating along a narrow pass in the marina.
May 2, 2022
ELVA-1 successfully tested 71-76/81-86 GHz E-band wireless radios for V2X / V2N communications. The technology was recognized as workable on roads, including for self-driving cars and driverless rail transport.