Antennas

ANTENNAS CASE STUDIES, WHITE PAPERS, & APPLICATION NOTES

  • Benefits Of Low-Inductance Hybrid Cables
    Benefits Of Low-Inductance Hybrid Cables

    Installation of remote radio systems presents many challenges for mobile radio operators, installers, and system integrators. Challenges include considerations for how the higher power requirements affect the inductance of newly integrated hybrid cycles, and how inductive voltage drops can be reduced. 

  • Synthesizing UHF RFID Antennas On Dielectric Substrates
    Synthesizing UHF RFID Antennas On Dielectric Substrates

    Radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track objects with tags containing electronically stored information. This application note discusses a new approach to optimizing RFID antennas for this technology with the use of the new NI AWR Software product AntSyn™ antenna synthesis and optimization technology. This method employs evolutionary algorithms (EAs) to explore the design space and automatically determine the best performance options. This application note features a new method used for optimizing radio-frequency identification (RFID) antennas and describes two examples of RFID antennas created using this technology.

  • Utilizing Dielectric Resonator Antennas For 5G Applications
    Utilizing Dielectric Resonator Antennas For 5G Applications

    As an alternate solution to traditional low-radiation and low-gain antennas, dielectric resonator antennas (DRAs) operate with less conduction losses and feature high radiation efficiency when excited properly for mm-wave frequencies and beyond.

  • Design And Matching Of A Printed Antenna Using NI AWR Software And AWR Connected For Optenni
    Design And Matching Of A Printed Antenna Using NI AWR Software And AWR Connected For Optenni

    Ensuring maximum power transfer between an antenna and transmitter/receiver circuitry requires impedance matching of HF components in the antenna design. This app note describes the design and matching of a 60 GHz printed antenna.

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ANTENNAS PRODUCTS

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.

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.

SENCITY® Shield Antennas SENCITY® Shield Antennas

HUBER+SUHNER presents the SENCITY® Shield antenna platform especially designed to support all communication bands including LTE, 2G/3G cellular, 2.4/5 GHz WiFi, 3.5 GHz, and 4.9 GHz public safety. The SENCITY® Shield antenna features high RF power handling, small form factors, low visibility, and uniform signal distribution.

<B>Loop Antennas </b> Loop Antennas

A.H. Systems' designs, manufactures and delivers high performance Loop Antennas for a wide range of magnetic field testing. Whether used in a set to measure shielding effectiveness per MIL-STD 285 and NSA 65-6 or individually to satisfy specific requirements, the Loop Antennas are an efficient, low cost solution.

Double Ridge Guide Horn Antenna: SAS-570 Double Ridge Guide Horn Antenna: SAS-570

The SAS-570 double ridge horn antenna is a broadband antenna operating over the 170 MHz to 3.0 GHz frequency range. With high gain, low VSWR, input handling capability up to 800 W CW, and a rugged design, this antenna ideal for immunity and emissions testing applications.

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.

Omnidirectional Gooseneck Antenna System: OA2-2.1-5.9-GN-SRT/9626 Omnidirectional Gooseneck Antenna System: OA2-2.1-5.9-GN-SRT/9626

Cobham Antenna Systems offers the new OA2-2.1-5.9-GN-SRT/9626 omnidirectional gooseneck antenna system that operates in the 2 to 6 GHz frequency range with 5 dBi of gain. This ultra-wideband antenna is ideally used for ground robots and unmanned systems, as well as many more applications, including manpacks, wearables, cameras, and broadcasts.

Customized Antenna Solutions Customized Antenna Solutions

HUBER+SUHNER offers an array of antenna solutions customized to meet specific application needs. Various modifications can be made including an individual bracket for faster installation, tailored lengths for saving space, and standard labels for simplifying logistics.

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