Challenging the conventional bandwidth limit, we design an extremely wide-band circular waveguide septum polarizer, covering 42% bandwidth, from 77 GHz to 118 GHz, without any high-order resonance. The performance of this polarizer has been verified in between 75 GHz and 115 GHz. The Stokes parameters constructed from the measured data show that the leakages from I to Q are below ±2% and the Q U mutual leakage below ±1%. This result removes the major weakness of the septum polarizer and opens up a new domain of astronomical instrumentation for polarization measurement. Despite this polarizer is designed to cover 77-118 GHz, it can be straightforwardly downsized to cover higher frequencies with minor change. The measurement result of a G-band (140-220 GHz) polarizer is also presented.