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Cable and Antenna Analyzers Cable and Antenna Analyzers

Anritsu offers a variety of cable and antenna analyzers designed for efficiently maintaining legacy networks in addition to the 3G and 4G wireless networks that are popular today. These analyzers can be used in cable & antenna installation and maintenance, phase matching cables, antenna tuning, RF component testing, antenna testing macro site cable system testing, Distributed Antenna System (DAS) testing, and much more. Typical industries that use these devices include defense and aerospace, R&D, cellular networks, education, public safety, and satellite networks. 

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Wide Band Microwave Horn Antenna: ATH800M6G Wide Band Microwave Horn Antenna: ATH800M6G

The ATH800M6G is a microwave horn antenna that provides high intensity fields necessary for RFI/EMI field testing both within and beyond the confines of a shielded room. With a wide operation frequency of up to 6 GHz, and a minimum gain of 10 dBi, the antenna is ideally suited for use with amplifiers within the 0.8-6 GHz frequency range.

Omnidirectional Antenna for MIMO Applications: SENCITY® Rail Omnidirectional Antenna for MIMO Applications: SENCITY® Rail

HUBER+SUHNER’s SENCITY® Rail MIMO is an omnidirectional antenna consisting of two broadband radiating elements for 2/3/4G communications and 2.4/5 GHz WiFi. It’s been designed for MIMO applications with high data rates and it can separate and direction the connection of multiple radio modules to one antenna without the need for additional power splitters of diplexers.

IDA 2 Antenna Series	IDA 2 Antenna Series

The antennas in the IDA 2 series have been designed for detecting, analyzing, and localizing RF signals. Specifically, they’re used in eliminating faults in mobile telecommunications equipment, tracing interference in industrial plants, securing communications at large events, locating interference transmitters/jammers, localizing SOS beacons, detecting signals in security operations, monitoring signals in border protection settings, and localizing bug transmitters.

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  • NOEMA Discovers "Eye Of Medusa" Star Formation

    NOEMA (Northern Extended Millimeter Array), the most powerful millimetre radio telescope of the Northern Hemisphere, has unveiled its first astronomical image: a unique and spectacular view of a previously unknown region of extreme star formation in the ‘Medusa merger’ – a luminous collision of two galaxies at more than 100 million light years from Earth.

  • New "Antenna-Like" Implant Makes Breast Cancer Surgery Easier

    The new device is FDA approved and, like the anti-theft radio frequency tags used in stores, it acts like an antenna and responds to infrared radio signals.

  • Anritsu Introduces New Isotropic Antennas

    Anritsu Company expands its Electromagnetic Field (EMF) Measurement System with the introduction of isotropic antennas that provide frequency coverage from 9 kHz to 6 GHz. The new antennas support measurements of EMF radiation to ensure wireless networks are in compliance with various national standards for personal safety established by government regulatory authorities.

  • Isola’s Astra MT Materials Successfully Evaluated With Freescale Radar ICs

    The demonstration example, using Freescale radar ICs on Astra MT's advanced thermoset dielectric material for millimeter-wave automotive radar, will be demonstrated at the International Microwave Symposium (IMS) 2015. The , and will highlight Astra MT material's reliable electrical performance in wide field-of-view radar applications for automotive systems.

  • Designing Microwave Devices From Scratch Using Computer Simulations

    For decades, the fundamental design of microwave devices, such as antennas for mobile communication and waveguides used in radars, has essentially relied on the inventiveness of a professional designer.

  • New Spaceship Antenna Could Prevent Radio Blackout During Re-Entry

    Scientists from the Harbin Institute of Technology in China have proposed a new way to maintain communication with spacecraft as they re-enter the atmosphere. The approach might also be applied to other hypersonic vehicles such as futuristic military planes and ballistic missiles.

  • ALMA Weighs Black Hole With 140x Sun's Mass

    Astronomers using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) have measured the mass of the supermassive black hole at the center of NGC 1097 -- a barred spiral galaxy located approximately 45 million light-years away in the direction of the constellation Fornax. The researchers determined that this galaxy harbors a black hole 140 million times more massive than our Sun. 

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