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  • Horn Antennas

    A.H.Systems, Inc.

    Broadband antennas, compared to half wave dipoles, reduce test time because the technician did not have to stop the test to adjust the dipole antenna for each frequency. Most compliance standards now require the use of such antennas. The latest version of Mil-Std 461E states the used of broadband double ridge guide horn antenna as the antenna of choice for frequencies above 200 MHz.

  • Horn Antennas

    Com-Power Corporation

    Horn antennas can be used for emissions and immunity testing. These antennas are constructed using light weight aluminum with a corrosion resistant conductive coating for indoor or outdoor use. Each antenna is individually calibrated. The calibration data and certificate will be shipped with each antenna.The high gain reduces input power requirements to generate high electromagnetic field levels for immunity testing. High gain also increases antenna sensitivity to low level signals.

  • Gain Horn Antenna

    Pasternack Enterprises, Inc.

    Pasternack gain horn antenna category, also referred to as microwave horns or simply horn antennas, are broadband passive devices shaped like a pyramidal horn to direct a beam radio waves at a precise frequency. Gain horn antenna products are also used as calibration devices that measure the gain of other antennas. Microwave gain horn antennas from Pasternack can be ordered with or without a waveguide to coax adapter attached to it, known as a connectorized horn antenna. Our standard gain horn product line includes waveguide sizes WR15, WR28, WR34, WR42, WR51, WR62, WR75, WR90, WR102, WR112, WR137, WR159, WR187, WR229, WR284 andWR430. The waveguide portion of the gain horn antenna is constructed of aluminum typically to reduce weight on larger gain horns.Gain horn antennas are available with 2.92mm, N and SMA connectors, or just a square flange. Our broadband microwave gain horn antenna line has frequency capabilities ranging from 1.7 GHz to 75 GHz depending on type and style. Pasternack Enterprises’ gain horn antennas come in 10 dB, 15 dB, 20 dB, 24 dB and 34 dB models. Many of our RF and microwave gain horn antenna products are RoHS and REACH compliant.

  • Microwave Horn Antennas

    AR RF/Microwave Instrumentation

    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.

  • Rectangular Horn Antennas

    Sage Millimeter, Inc.

    SAGE Millimeter wave rectangular gain horns, also called pyramidal gain horns, are offered as both standard and custom models with a rectangular waveguide interface. The pyramidal gain horns only support linear polarization. With a calibrated gain chart, these horns can be used to measure the gain of other antennas by comparing the generated signal levels of both. For this reason, these horns are also referred to as standard gain horns. The listed models offer 23 dB nominal gain, 10/11 degrees typical half power beamwidth and 14 dB/30 dB typical side lobe levels at the center frequency of the band. These horns cover full waveguide bandwidths within the frequency range of 8.2 to 170 GHz. In addition to the models listed below, models with 10, 15, 20 and 25 dB gain and other frequency bands are also available.

  • High Gain Horn Antenna

    BBHA 9120 K - Schwarzbeck Mess Elektronik

    The BBHA 9120 K is a linear polarized high gain horn antenna for immunity testing at short distances, especially optimized forAutomotive 600 V/m Pulse Radar Test 1.2 - 1.4 GHz. Standard: General Motors: GMW3097, Ford: EMC-CS-2009

  • Standard Gain Horn Antenna

    SAS-586 - A.H.Systems, Inc.

    This Standard Gain Horn Antenna will provide reliable, repeatable measurements. An ideal solution and a standard workhorse of any EMC test house for compliance testing. Features: 12.4 GHz to 18 GHz, Individually Calibrated, FCC, MIL-STD, VDE and TEMPEST Testing.

  • Broadband Horn Antennas

    Schwarzbeck Mess Elektronik

    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. 21 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. The max. allowed Input Power is only limited by the female N-connector. The detailed manual of the calibrated test antennas includes Gain, Antenna Factor, SWR and Directional Patterns. The antenna is mounted with the 22 mm tube, equipped with a Index Ring for quick changes of polarisation without using tools.

  • Lens Horn Antennas

    Anteral S.L.

    Optimized design of high performance. 30 dB nominal gain at center frequency . Very compact size. Low VSWR. Rectangular or circular waveguide feed. Specific gain values can be requested. hey are designed to cover the frequency range of 8 to 170 GHz, offering 30 dB nominal gain with a very compact size. Anteral designs all Lens Horn Antennas to show not only high gain, but also low VSWR and low side lobes.

  • Miniature Horn Antennas

    AMHA-V1 Series - Link Microtek Ltd UK

    Ideal for test houses or manufacturers of E-band radio communications equipment, the AMHA-V1 series of horns can be utilised as either transmitters or receivers for measurements of products’ electromagnetic susceptibility or emissions in accordance with international EMC standards laid down by organisations such as IEC, ISO and CISPR. The series consists of six models with operating frequency bands starting from 40-60GHz and rising all the way up to 170-260GHz to allow measurement of harmonics. The smallest unit, covering the highest frequency band, is only 16.6mm in length, while its WR4 waveguide opening has inner dimensions of just 1.09 x 0.55mm. All six horns in the range deliver a typical gain of 20-23dBi and feature a modified standard flange design to ensure correct mounting within the test rig.

  • Double Taper Horn Antenna

    MDTH series - Microwave Factory Co,Ltd.

    This product is the antenna that corresponds to the radar pulse immunity test for automotive equipments. Automotive manufacturers have required the electric field strength of 600 v/m. Amplifier system and cable will be cheaper, and will contribute to the ecology.

  • Conical Horn Antennas

    Sage Millimeter, Inc.

    Conical gain horns are offered as both standard and custom models with either a circular or rectangular waveguide interface. While conical gain horns with a rectangular waveguide interface can only support linear polarization, models with a circular waveguide interface can support various polarization types including horizontal, vertical, left-handed circular, and right-handed circular polarization for broader applications. The listed models operate across the full waveguide band and offer 23 dB nominal gain, 12 degrees typical half power beamwidth, a 24 dB typical side lobe level and 1.15:1 VSWR at center frequency. The below standard offering covers the frequency range of 8.5 to 140 GHz. However, other frequencies and standard models with 10, 15, 20 and 25 dB gain are also available.

  • Scalar Feed Horn Antennas

    Sage Millimeter, Inc.

    Scalar feed horns are offered as both standard and custom build models with either a circular or rectangular waveguide interface. While scalar feed horns with a rectangular waveguide interface can only support linear polarization, models with a circular waveguide interface can support various polarization types including horizontal, vertical, left-handed circular, and right-handed circular polarization for broader applications. The standard models operate across the full waveguide band and offer 17 dBi nominal gain, 25 degrees half power beamwidth and a -28 dB side lobe level at center frequency. The below standard offering covers the frequency range of 8.5 to 140 GHz. However, other frequencies or gain values are also available.

  • Standard Gain Horn Antennas

    Schwarzbeck Mess Elektronik

    Broad-Band Horn Antenna15 - 26.5 (40) GHzSMA-compatible connector

  • Standard Gain Horn Pyramidal Horn Antenna

    ELVA-1

    Elva’s SGPH series of standard gain horn antennas cover the frequency range of 18 to 220 GHz in ten waveguide bands. They can be issued with rectangular or circular waveguide. Lens technology significantly allows decreasing mechanical sizes of horns and correcting beam for the best performance. These horns are ideal solution for measurement gain of other antennas, short range radars and radiometers.

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