SunAR Broadband Directional Antennas for Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) Applications

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SunAR Directional Antenna Systems (DAS)

SunAR, formerly Sunol Sciences Corporation, offers a family of Directional Antennas designed for transmitting and receiving wireless communications signals for broadband wireless, EMC testing, signal monitoring and detection, and MIMO applications. Each antenna features broadband characteristics and an innovative design enabling them to operate over wide frequency ranges with constant gain and long-lasting strength and performance.

The SunAR DAS antennas are capable of operation within the 400 MHz to 3 GHz frequency range. The Model LP425 features a log-periodic structure and includes dipole elements, as well as a universal mounting bracket. The LP425PCB and LP6530PCB models are etched onto a low-loss microwave substrate material and mounted in a weather resistant housing that is only 1/2" inch thick.

The SunAR family of DAS antennas also includes the P6530PCB-MIMO model for with operation in the 650 MHz to 3 GHz frequency range.

For more in-depth features and specifications on the individual models, download the available datasheets or visit the web page.