Horn Antennas

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  • HRN-0118 - Horn Antenna1 GHz - 18 GHz The TDK RF Solutions HRN-0118 Horn Antenna is designed specifically for radiated emissions and immunity measurements in EMC test environments. The HRN-0118 provides optimal performance over the frequency range of 1 to 18 GHz.
    TDK RF Solutions
  • ATH4G8 - 4 - 8 GHz, 250 Watt input power, High-Gain Horn Antenna The Model ATH4G8 is a wide band, high gain, microwave horn antenna that provides a minimum gain of 11.5dB over isotropic. The Model ATH4G8 supplies the constant high intensity fields necessary for RFI/EMI field testing within and beyond the confines of a shielded room. A removable gain enhancer is included to insure the required field strength when conducting 3 meter testing.
    AR Worldwide
  • Double Ridge Guide Horn Antennas A.H. Systems Double Ridge Guide Horns are broadband antennas that offer excellent performance over the frequency range of 170 MHz to 40 GHz. These Horn antennas are an excellent choice for both radiated immunity and emissions testing.
    A.H.Systems
  • GAIN HORN ANTENNAS GAIN HORN ANTENNAS (1.0 to 110.0 GHz)
    Dorado International
  • Standard gain and broad band Horn Antennas Cobham Sensor Systems builds two distinct types of horn antennas: Standard Gain or Calibration Horns, and Broadband Horns. Standard Gain Horns are optimized for low VSWR and provide equal E- and H- plane 3dB beamwidths. These horns are most often used as gain standards for antenna testing. VSWR data are typically supplied with each horn. Calibration data is also available upon request.
    Cobham Defense Electronics
  • ATH2G10 - 2 - 10.6 GHz, 700 Watt input power, High Gain Horn Antenna The Model ATH2G10 is a wide band, high gain, high power microwave horn antenna. With a minimum gain of 12dB over isotropic, the Model ATH2G10 supplies the high intensity fields necessary for RFI/EMI field testing within and beyond the confines of a shielded room. The Model ATH2G10 is extremely compact and light weight for ready mobility, yet is built tough enough for the extra demands of outdoor use and can be easily mounted utilizing the rear flange.
    AR Worldwide
  • 3116B - EMC Antennas - Double-Ridged Waveguide Horn The Model 3116B Double-Ridged Waveguide Horn is a the latest addition to a family of double-ridge guide horns for EMC measurement from ETS-Lindgren. This model corrects the lower gain at the upper end of the frequency range, commonly found in ridged waveguide antennas.
    ETS-Lindgren
  • ATH7G18 - 7.5 - 18 GHz, 2800 Watt input power, High Gain Horn Antenna The Model ATH7G18 is a wide band, high gain, microwave horn antenna that provides field intensities of up to 250 V/m. With a minimum gain of 11.2dB over isotropic, the Model ATH7G18 supplies the constant high intensity fields necessary for RFI/EMI field testing within and beyond the confines of a shielded room.
    AR Worldwide
  • ATH200M1G - High Gain Horn Antenna with Heavy Duty Tripod The Model ATH200M1G high-gain horn antenna exhibits increasing gain with increasing frequency (up to 18dB at 1000MHz). With this useful performance characteristic, the antenna helps compensate for losses that occur elsewhere in an RF test system - losses which generally increase with frequency. The Model ATH200M1G is well suited for either shielded room or free space testing.
    AR Worldwide
  • Lens corrected horn antenna Lens corrected horn antenna, LA-10-1 (8.0 to 12.5GHz)
    Dorado International
  • ATH18G40 18 - 40 GHz, 450 Watt input power, High Gain Horn Antenna The Model ATH18G40 is a wide band, high gain, high power microwave horn antenna. With a minimum gain of 15.2dB over isotropic, the Model ATH18G40 supplies the high intensity fields necessary for RFI/EMI field testing within and beyond the confines of a shielded room.
    AR Worldwide
  • ATH26G40-1 - 26.5 - 40 GHz, 240 Watt input power, High Gain Horn Antenna The Model ATH26G40-1 is a wide band, low gain, wide beamwidth, high power microwave horn antenna. With a minimum gain of 8.6dB over isotropic, the Model ATH26G40-1 supplies the high intensity fields necessary for RFI/EMI field testing within and beyond the confines of a shielded room.
    AR Worldwide
  • ATH800M5GA - 800 MHz - 5 GHz, 1500 Watt input power, High-Gain Horn Antenna The Model ATH800M5GA is a wide band, high gain, microwave horn antenna that provides high field intensities. With a minimum gain of 13.0 dB over isotropic, the Model ATH800M5GA supplies the constant high intensity fields necessary for RFI/EMI field testing within and beyond the confines of a shielded room.
    AR Worldwide
  • DRH-118 - Ridged Horn Antenna 1 - 18 GHz Broadband horn antenna - Frequency Range: 1 - 18 GHz, Impedance: 50 ohms nominal, VSWR: < 1.5:1 average.
    Sunol Sciences
  • High Gain RF Horn Antennas for RF & EMC Testing Our RF horn antennas exhibit increasing gain, with frequency up to 18 dBi at 1000 MHz, helping to compensate for losses that occur elsewhere in an RF test system. Use these antennas in shielded rooms or free space. 
    AR Worldwide
  • CSC2 - sector horn antennas for LMDS Dorado International has unveiled a new series of sector horn antennas for use in point to multipoint communication systems for millimeter wave frequencies between 18 and 44 GHz. A unique cosecant squared (CSC2) elevation pattern design is utilized to provide an optimum signal distribution below the horizon and only a few percent of the energy is lost above the horizon.
    Dorado International
  • Microwave Horn Antennas for RF & EMC Testing AR Microwave horns take microwave coverage to a new level. Our broadband RF and microwave horn antennas are specially designed to compensate for the losses that typically occur in test systems as frequency increases. They exhibit increasing gain with increasing frequency, up to 50 GHz. AR microwave horn antennas can be used in shielded rooms or in free space.
    AR Worldwide
  • Broadband Horn Antennas The Broadband Horn antennas BBHA 9120 offer a very low SWR in their nominal frequency range and a very broad bandwidth. The gain increases with frequency up to approx. 18 dBi, depending on the horn's size and shape. The increasing gain with frequency helps to compensate cable losses. The BBHA 9120 series is suitable for both, transmission and receiving applications.
    Schwarzbeck Mess
  • Lens corrected horn antennas for Ka BAND Lens corrected horn antennas for Ka BAND (27.5 to 39.5 GHz) 
    Dorado International
  • ATH2G8 - High Gain Horn Antenna The Model ATH2G8 is a wide band, high gain, high power microwave horn antenna that provides field intensities of up to 500 V/m. With a typical gain of 14dB over isotropic, the Model ATH2G8 supplies the high intensity fields necessary for RFI/EMI field testing within and beyond the confines of a shielded room.
    AR Worldwide
  • ATH400M1G - 400 - 1000 MHz, 3000 Watt input power, High Gain Horn Antenna The Model ATH400M1G is a high gain horn antenna specially designed for use in RF Susceptibility Testing. Its high gain characteristics permit achievement of higher electric fields per watt of input power. Exhibiting generally increasing gain with increasing frequency, the ATH400M1G helps compensate for losses that occur elsewhere in an RF test system at high frequencies.
    AR Worldwide
  • HF906 - Double-Ridged Waveguide Horn Antenna The Double-Ridged Waveguide Horn Antenna HF906 with linear polarization is a broadband compact transmitting and receiving antenna for the frequency range 1 to 18 GHz. The calibrated antenna is ideal for use in EMI measurements. High gain and low VSWR allow the generation of high field-strength levels without any significant return loss as well as the measurement of weak signals.
    Rohde & Schwarz GmbH
  • EMC Horn Antennas These Octave range EMC horn antennas offer an unrivalled facility for EMI/RFI testing, evaluation and electronic surveillance. The band of 0.5 GHz to 18 GHz can be covered with only 2 to 4 EMC antennas.
    Q-par Angus Ltd
  • EM-7020, EM-7021, EM-7022 - Octave Band Horn Antennas Electro-Metrics offers three horn antennas, each covering an octave bandwidth from 2 to 8 GHz. The horns are individually calibrated and can be used for either receiving or transmitting applications. They are especially suited to radiated immunity testing and can be used to generate fields in excess of 200 Volts/meter. All three horns feature type ?N? connectors and exhibit low VSWR to ensure compatibility with power amplifiers.
    Electro-Metrics

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