The Precision Omnidirectional Dipoles POD 16 and POD 618 are fully compliant to CISPR 16-1-4 for site validation above 1 GHz. The POD 16 and POD 618 are precision broadband dipole antennas with conically shaped radiation elements covered by an RF-transparent radome. This rugged construction enables excellent dipole-like radiation pattern up to 18 GHz.
Electric sleeve dipoles are used for gain reference, efficiency reference and chamber reflectivity evaluation (directivity, cross polarization, radiation pattern). From 400 MHz to 9 GHz. Low loss, high efficiency. Azimuth pattern symmetry compliant with CTIA ripple testing.
Magnetic dipoles are used for gain reference, efficiency reference and chamber reflectivity evaluation (directivity, cross polarization, radiation pattern). From 0.65 GHz to 5.5 GHz. Low loss, high efficiency. Azimuth pattern symmetry compliant with CTIA ripple testing.
The MI-15 Family of Standard Gain Dipoles are precision gain standards for low-frequency antenna measurements. Three units cover the frequency range from 115 to 600 MHz. MI-15 Dipoles complement the MI-212 Family of Standard Gain Horns, forming a complete line of gain standards covering a frequency range from 115 MHz to 90 GHz.
Site validation measurements according to prEN 50147-3 in fully anechoic rooms. Accurate RF radiation safety measurements (e.g. broadcast stations). All purposes of broadband precision field-strength measurements. Frequency range: 30 MHz - 1 GHz
Reference antennas are precision dipole antennas that offer a fixed 2.15 dB of gain over an isotropic antenna along the major lobe axis at specified frequencies (2.15 dBi). They are intended to be used for antenna field pattern and gain measurements, or general RF sensing in the laboratory.
AP2000 is a biconical dipole antenna for accurate field strength measurement (60 MHz to 2.5 GHZ). This device performs accurate RF radiation measurements and people exposure evaluation near to broadcast stations or next to mobile telephone base stations (like GSM, DCS and UMTS).
Exposure evaluation next to mobile communication facilities e.g. GSM and UMTS base stations. Accurate RF radiation safety measurements e.g. nearby broadcast stations or in buildings. All kinds of field strength measurements where high precision, a wide frequency range and small antenna dimensions are required. Measurements according to our Field Nose method. Frequency range: 80 MHz – 3 GHz
The PSDS is a highly accurate, very repeatable Electric field source. It is especially useful for commercial and government EMI/EMC test laboratory calibration measurements and highly accurate and repeatable shielding effectiveness measurements of metal enclosures. The PSDS consists of two major components which are connected via a duplex fiber optic cable.
AP3000 is the evolution of AP2000 biconical dipole antenna. The device performs accurate RF radiation measurements from 80MHz to 3.0GHz. This small size antenna permits frequency selective E-field strength measurement in a wide frequency range. Total field is obtained combining the vector components (Ex, Ey, Ez). This can be done using the software package SW3000 (automatic spectrum analyser driver).