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

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.

Standard Gain Horn Assemblies: ANT-SGA Series Standard Gain Horn Assemblies: ANT-SGA Series

The ANT-SGA Standard Gain Horn Assemblies from NSI-MI are designed to deliver accurate and reliable antenna gain measurements in antenna test range applications. These horn antennas are available to cover the 0.35 to 170 GHz frequency range.

Full Ka-Band Omnidirectional Antenna: SAO-2734030810-KF-S1 Full Ka-Band Omnidirectional Antenna: SAO-2734030810-KF-S1

SAGE Millimeter offers the new SAO-2734030810-KF-S1 full band omnidirectional antenna for 5G, communications, and EW applications in the 26.5 to 40 GHz frequency range. This is a vertically polarized antenna with 360 degrees azimuth coverage and a 7.5 dBi typical gain and ±1 dB nominal gain flatness.

Low Loss Antennas With Superior Dielectric And Loss Tangent Performance Low Loss Antennas With Superior Dielectric And Loss Tangent Performance

3D Glass Solutions offers an array of low loss antennas designed with superior dielectric and loss tangent performance properties. Their unique designs enable antenna designers to generate radiative antenna structures with dielectric constants as low as 1.5. These antennas can be used in a variety of applications including 5G wireless, dipole and sinuous antenna, RAN, CRAN, automotive radar systems, and advanced defense, EW, and SIGINT systems.

24 to 42 GHz Ka Band Scalar Feed Horn Antenna: SAF-2434231535-358-X1 24 to 42 GHz Ka Band Scalar Feed Horn Antenna: SAF-2434231535-358-X1

SAGE Millimeter offers the SAF-2434231535-358-X1 Ka-band scalar feed horn antenna designed to operate in the 24 to 42 GHz frequency range for use in Gaussian optical antennas, Cassegrian antennas, rapid system setups, and engineering setups. The antenna features a 15 dB nominal gain, 25 degree half typical power beamwidth, and nominal side lobe levels of -25 dB or lower.

1 – 8 GHz Octave Horn Antennas 1 – 8 GHz Octave Horn Antennas

A.H. Systems offers the series of Octave Horn Antennas comprising octave bandwidth pyramidal horn antennas with excellent half power performance. With low VSWR, high input handling capability and rugged design make this horn antenna excellent for both immunity and emissions testing.

2x2 Sector Antennas For MIMO Radios: 1009-035 And 1009-037 2x2 Sector Antennas For MIMO Radios: 1009-035 And 1009-037

RFMW has designed and supported the new Southwest Antenna part numbers 1009-035 and 1009-037. These antennas are designed for use in in base station infrastructure applications, and MIMO/MANET and Mesh network radios. The antennas come complete with hardware for mounting to one or two inch diameter poles enabling rapid deployment of networks for event management and security.

Multi-Polarized NMO-Mount Antenna: 08-ANT-0899 Multi-Polarized NMO-Mount Antenna: 08-ANT-0899

MP Antenna offers the 08-ANT-0899 multi-polarized NMO-mount antenna operating from 2 to 3 GHz for mobile data communications applications, such as for WiFi, WIMAX, and all 802.11 wireless systems in vehicles. This low profile antenna provides unequalled wireless communication in “real world”, non-line-of-sight (NLOS) environments.

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ANTENNAS NEWS

  • A New Twist On An Old Antenna

    Groundbreaking innovations on antenna technology, based on a collaboration between Lockheed Martin Space and Penn State, are now under consideration for use in the next generation of GPS satellite payloads.

  • Antennas Of Flexible Nanotube Films An Alternative For Electronics

    Antennas made of carbon nanotube films are just as efficient as copper for wireless applications, according to researchers at Rice University's Brown School of Engineering. They're also tougher, more flexible and can essentially be painted onto devices.

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