1. Dipole Antennas
    Dipole antennas have an internal counterpoise, eliminating external ground plane dependence and maximizing performance. This category includes permanent mount and connecorized whip styles as well as articulating and specialty styles.
  2. SAS-530H Broadband Dipole

    The SAS-530H is a broadband dipole from A.H. Systems that operates in the 160 MHz to 500 MHz frequency range.

  3. Dipole Antennas

    A.H. Systems offers a range of half wavelength resonant dipole antennas with operation frequencies between 25 MHz and 3 GHz as the foundation of every compliance testing lab. Ideal for site attenuation measurements, each antenna is manufactured with a balun loss of less than 0.5 dB and a VSWR ratio of less than 1.5:1.

  4. Tactical Dipole Antenna
    Antenna Research’s VBC-822M-1 is a broadband dipole antenna that is ideal for tactical and field communications applications. The VBC-822-M-1 covers the 800 to 2500 MHz band and handles 85W of power.
  5. EHA-51B - Battery Operated Active Monopole And 12" Loop Antenna

    The EHA-51B antenna is an active, general-purpose, receive-only monopole and loop antenna for magnetic and electric field testing. As a monopole antenna it is ideal for instantaneous bandwidth scanning (without tuning) of electric fields in its frequency range and can drive any receiver with 50-ohm input impedance.

  6. FCC-3 Tuned Dipole Antenna - 170 MHz - 340 MHz

    The FCC- is a tuned dipole antenna operating within the 170 MHz - 340 MHz frequency range.

  7. Monopole Antennas

    A.H Systems presents Monopole Antennas designed to provide superior performance in electric field measurements. Active Monopole Antennas are capable of driving any receiver with 50W input impedance, and can perform FCC, MIL-STD, and TEMPEST tests.

  8. Sleeve Dipole Antennas

    These end-fed sleeve dipole antennas are truly omni-directional having excellent symmetry with low VSWR. These dipoles are an excellent solution as a reference for antenna gain measurements, wireless testing and chamber reflectivity evaluation. The end-fed connection point allows better performance in symmetry, ideal for the requirement of a truly omni-directional antenna.

  9. FCC-4 Tuned Dipole Antenna - 325 MHz - 1000 MHz

    The FCC-4 is a tuned dipole antenna operating within the 325 MHz - 1000 MHz frequency range.

  10. FCC-1 Tuned Dipole Antenna - 25 MHz - 70 MHz

    The FCC-1 is a tuned dipole antenna operating in the 25 MHz - 70 MHz frequency range.