Antennas

ANTENNAS CASE STUDIES, WHITE PAPERS, & APPLICATION NOTES

  • Antenna Structure Analysis, EM.Cube Vs. Others
    Antenna Structure Analysis, EM.Cube Vs. Others

    In this article, we will review the performance of EM.CUBE’s EM.Picasso Planar MOM solver, and EM.CUBE’s EM.Tempo FDTD solver in the analysis of three antenna designs. We will look at the accuracy of the results compared against the measured results, as documented in “A Practical Guide to 3D Electromagnetic Software Tools”1. We will also review EMCUBE’s performance against other simulation tools.

  • A Novel RF Coupler For SMART Utility Meter Remote Antenna Applications

    In response to climate change nations across the globe have recognized the need for reducing their carbon emissions, and energy consumption. By Norman Smith, Gopinath Gampala & CJ Reddy

  • Microstrip Antennas and Circuits Analysis with FEKO

    FEKO Electromagnetic Simulation Software can be used in electromagnetic design and analysis problems for microstrip antenna and circuit design. This application note shows how FEKO uses full wave formulations to model currents on metallic surfaces, which enable accurate simulations of coupling, near fields, far fields, radiation patterns, current distributions, impedances, S-parameters, and more.

  • Conformal Antenna Array Design on a Missile Platform

    Applications ranging from communications to RADAR and even medical devices depend on antenna arrays.  Hand calculations successfully facilitate the construction of stand-alone arrays; however, what happens when the mounting platform becomes a part of the radiating system? 

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ANTENNAS PRODUCTS

L-Band Wearable Antenna

L-Band Wearable Antenna

This antenna operates in the 1350-1390 MHz frequency range and was developed due to the increased demand for wearable antennas for L-band point-to-point/multipoint, TDMA, and Push-to-Talk applications. As L-band transceivers continue to see developments and decreases in overall size, the need for L-band wearable communications will continue to grow. For more information on Pharad’s latest entry into their wearable antenna line, download the datasheet.

LTE Wearable Antenna

This LTE wearable antenna has been designed for use in any wearable cellular communications device (including military communications) in the 700-3000 MHz frequency range. It weighs only 2 oz. and features a flexible, unobtrusive, and waterproof design.

Yagi Antenna and Antenna Kit

Yagi Antenna and Antenna Kit

The ARA-243 is the smallest, sturdiest, and most lightweight, foldable Yagi antenna available for UHF SATCOM Operations. The ARA-243KITHC is a kit that features four quick disconnect options for deployment in different operations.

  • A folding pistol grip for easy deployment and stowing
  • A sturdy tripod
  • A magnet mount
  • A spike mount
Millimeter Wave Cassegrain Reflector Antennas: CRA Series

Millimeter Wave Cassegrain Reflector Antennas: CRA Series

The CRA series of millimeter wave Cassegrain antennas are ideal for use in communications, radars and radiometers, and EW/ELINT applications. They’re highly efficient and have a wide range of sizes available. These antennas operates in the 18 to 220 GHz frequency range and feature low VSWR. Polarization options are available.

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.

Millimeter Wave Scalar and Conical Horn Antennas: SFH/CHA Series

Millimeter Wave Scalar and Conical Horn Antennas: SFH/CHA Series

The SFH and CHA Series of millimeter wave scalar and conical horn antennas are ideal for applications involving radar systems, Gaussian optics systems, EW/ELINT, illumination, and instrumentation. They can also be used as feeds for Cassegrain antennas.

Wearable Antennas

Wearable Antennas

Pharad LLC offers wearable antennas covering the 2.4 GHz-10 GHz frequency range. Four different models are available with varying frequency ranges.

18-40 GHz Millimeter Wave Gaussian Optic Antenna: GOA Series

18-40 GHz Millimeter Wave Gaussian Optic Antenna: GOA Series

These millimeter wave Gaussian optic antennas cover the 18-40 GHz frequency range. They feature high efficiency/no blockage, linear and dual-linear configurations, a high gain 12” aperture, 2.92mm connectors, and more. Dual polarization versions with excellent cross-polarization isolation using a grid polarizer and two linear polarized feeds are also available. Three different models are available in the GOA series. Additional details can be found on the datasheet link below.

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