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Biconical antennas are broadband dipole antennas that are made up of double conical conductive objects, these RF antennas have dipole like characteristics, with an enormous wide bandwidth due to the double cone elements structure. The biconical antenna have an Omni-directional radiation pattern in the H-plane comparative to a dipole antenna. A coaxial connector is associated with the center of the antenna. The antenna can be mounted or gotten off easily with the hoop fixtures.
Biconical antennas can be utilized in several applications, in typical dipole applications several discrete frequencies are measured, in contrast, It allows continuous sweeps, where site anomalies are discovered much easier.
Dual polarized horn antennas (quad ridged horn antenna) are offered as both standard and custom models with rectangular waveguide borders for both plane and vertical ports. Dual polarized horn antennas support the linear polarized waveforms.
Dual polarized horn antennas offer the frequencies of 1GHz to 3GHz, 2GHz to 6GH-z, 6GHz to 18GHz, 18GHz to 40GHz 22GHz to 44GHz with a nominal gain of 8-20dBi. The impedance of 50 Ohms. In Dual polarized horn antennas connections, the type is 2.92mm Connectors, SMA Connectors, or N connectors.
The broadband horn antenna presents a very low VSWR in their minor frequency range and very broad bandwidth. The increasing gain with frequency helps to compensate cable losses.
The broadband horn antennas only support linear polarization. The broadband horn antennas can be used to receiving and transmitting applications.
The broadband horn antennas cover the frequency range from 0.1GHz to 40GHz with the gain from 4dBi to 15 dB VSWR is <2.7Max and a Single Linear Polarization The RF antenna is appropriate for the test of wireless and telecom communication antennas. High gain and low VSWR permit the measurement of weak signals and the generation of high field strengths without any significant return loss.
Conical Horn Antenna is presented as both standard and custom models with either a circular or rectangular waveguide interface. Circular waveguide interface can support many polarization kinds counting horizontal, vertical, left-handed circular, and right-handed circular polarization for wider applications, while Conical Horn Antennas with a rectangular waveguide interface can only support linear polarization.
Conical Horn Antennas can be considered to be a waveguide that has been broadened out in the form of a horn. As a product, it finds many applications in areas where waveguides are used.
Conical Horn forms a flat change between the waveguide and free space whilst also pointing the radio waves in a beam. Conical Horn Antenna display better reflectivity levels in the quiet zone of tapered chambers, with low VSWR across the range. Conical Horn Antennas covers the frequency range from 50GHz to 140GHz, standard gain from 14dbi to 25dbi and VSWR is 1.15:1.
RFecho is home to precisely designed and manufactured Standard gain horn antennas. At RFecho, we specialize in producing the highest quality RF antennas for every possible need. It has an extensive variety of applications, as transmitting and sampling antennas. The absolute gain of a standard gain horn is calculable from the flare sizes. also known as microwave horn antenna or gain horn antenna.
RFecho’s standard gain horn antennas are manufactured with the client’s need in mind. We know business needs and offer the best when it comes to horn antennas. Our RF gain horn antennas have linear polarization. The material in standard horn antennas is AI or Cu. The impedance used the horn antenna is 50 ohms. We strive to provide the best possible antenna solutions.
Highlights of our standard gain horn antennas:
- Available from 2.6 to 33 GHz
- Nominal Gain is up to 25 dBi
- Circular and Square Flanges
- Gain calibration is accurate to 0.5 dB over full waveguide bandwidth
- Made with precise dimensional tolerance control.
Standard Gain Horn Antenna or microwave horn antenna is exactness components providing precise and repeatable gain references. It covers the frequency range from 0.96GHz to 12.40GHz, the gain is from 10 to 25. Waveguide includes WR-112, WR-137, WR-159, WR-187, WR-284, WR-34, WR-340, WR-42, WR-430, WR-51, WR-62, WR-650, WR–75, WR-770 and WR-90.
Standard gain horn antennas are manufactured with highly close tolerances to make sure the precision of every horn manufactured by RFecho. It is manufactured using the precision electrode cut copper sections providing accurate, consistent, and reliable performance. This is crucial when you require the best quality RF horn antennas. Popular applications include antenna array, ground testing, radio communication in the Radar industry. These SGH Antennas can also be used in spectrum monitoring in signal processing and EMI-EMF-EMC testing and measurements.
RFecho’s Millimeter SGH Antenna also known as pyramidal gain horns that cover the frequencies of 26.5GHz, 33GHz, 40GHz, 50GHz, 60GHz, 75GHz, 90GHz, 110GHz, 140GHz, 170GHz, 220GHz, 260GHz and 325GHz with the nominal gain of 10dBi, 13dBi, 15dBi, 17dBi, 20dBi, 23dBi, and 25dBi.Millimeter SGH Antennas also offers the Impedance of 50 Ohms, the material used is Cu(copper). The typical 3dB Beam-width in E-plan are 10-degree, 11-degree, 18-degree, 25-degree, 26-degree, 39-degree, 39-degree, and the 55-degree wherein the H-plan are 10-degree, 13 degrees, 18degree, 25-degree, 30-degree, 41-degree and 55-degree.
The waveguide in Millimeter SGH Antennas are WR-03, WR-04, WR-05, WR-06, WR-08, WR-10, WR-12, WR-15, WR-19, WR-22, and WR-28, where the polarization is linear. Flange size in Millimeter SGH Antennas is UG-383/U Flange, UG-383/U-M Flange, UG-385/U Flange, UG-387/U Flange. UG-387/U-M Flange and the UG-599/U Flange.
These horn antennas measure gain for other antennas by comparing the signal level of a test RF antenna to the standard gain horn.
What’s more, conical standard gain horns are best suited for applications requiring a small, inexpensive antenna capable of polarization diversity.
OLH horns have typical beamwidth are 55°, 30°,18°,10°, and the typical mid-band gain are 24 dBi,20 dBi,15 dBi,10
A Luneburg Lens Antenna is a spherically symmetric gradient-index focal point. An ordinary Luneburg lens’s refractive list n diminishes radially from the center to the external surface. Luneburg lens is a new generation of RF antennas. The centering properties of the Luneburg focal point can be accomplished through a boundless number of refractive-index arrangements.
Luneburg lens is utilized in utilizing different clusters with the ultra-broadband capability and wide seeing within the microwave radio range. RFecho Luneburg lens has the frequency range from 1.7GHz to 40GHz where Gains are 15, 20, and Return Loss is less than – 20 (dB).
RFecho’s Curve Edge SGH Antenna manufactured using the precision CNC integrated sections providing accurate, consistent, and reliable performance, which ensured that the deformation rate is less than 0.01 under limiting conditions. The series antennas cross-polarization is less than -40dB. This series antennas are suitable for standard field strength measurement and standard field strength generator.
Curve Standard Gain Horn Antenna covers the frequencies of 2.5GHz, 3GHz, 4GHz, 5GHz, 6GHz, 8.3GHz, 8.5GHz, 11GHz, 12.4GHz, 18GHz, 26.5GHz and 40GHz with the nominal gain of 15dBi. Connection methods in Curve Standard Gain Horn Antenna are SMA/2.92mm/N-type where the band types from S-Band to Ka-Band. The waveguide in Curve Standard Gain Horn Antennas are WR-28, WR-42, WR-62, WR-90, WR-137, WR-187, and WR-284.
Multi Octave Horn Antenna also called octave bandwidth pyramidal horn antenna that offers excellent half-power performance. With low VSWR make these horn antennas outstanding for both immunity and emissions testing.
These antennas are linearly polarized ideally suited for EMI testing and deliver an effectual low-cost means of making broadband capacities. RFecho Octave Antennas have the frequency range from 800MHz to 40GHz, high gain, Impedance is 50 Ohms. Small size and lightweight.
These RF Antennas offer a very low VSWR in its nominal frequency range and very broad bandwidth. The increasing gain with frequency helps to compensate cable losses. RFecho Octave Horn Antenna has an impedance of 50. The antenna supports Single Linear polarized waveforms.
A log-periodic antenna might be a multi-element, directional antenna arranged to operate over a wide band of frequencies and has the capacity to supply directivity and gain.
The log-periodic antenna has radiation and impedance characteristics that are repeated as a logarithmic function at the excitation frequency range. These antennas are fractal antenna (self-similar antenna) arrays.
RFecho log-periodic antenna has the frequency range from 0.1GHz to 35GHz, Nominal impedance of 50 Ohm, and Tripod connection is 1/4″.
Cavity Backed Spiral Antenna is proposed for inflight applications like EW Systems and they are capable of enduring high environmental stress without presentation dilapidation.
Cavity Spiral Antenna a be amplitude, phase, and gain tracking antennas. The antenna covers the frequency range from 1GHz to 18GHz. The gain in RF Antenna is from -2.0 dBi to 3.8 dBi and the VSWR is 2.5:1 max
The antenna has the advantages of a low profile, a planar aperture, no phase center offset, near-constant beamwidth across the frequency band, normally symmetrical radiation beam-width, extreme flexibility for carrying, and lightweight.
The servant ages render the antenna a very good candidate for electronic-warfare, direction-finding, telemetry and surveillance systems, as well as flush-mounted airborne applications. The antenna can be used as a broadband feed for reflector antennas.
Cavity Antenna Application is Satellite communications, Personal mobile communications, Electronic Warfare, Direction Finding, Telemetry and Surveillance Systems, Embedded Airborne Applications.
Probe antenna is presented as both standard and custom models with a four-sided waveguide interface. Only linear polarization can be supported by the Probe antennas. Probe Antenna supports linear polarized waveforms.
Probe antennas are frequently used to measure the gain of other antennas by comparing the signal levels of the probe antenna and antenna under testing.
Probe antennas allow 3db Beam Width H Plane (60) and Side Lobes E Plane Db (-10) and Side Lobes H Plane Db (-14) where VSWR is 2: 1