Horn

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The double ridge guide horn antennas from A.H. Systems are designed to provide excellent performance over the 170 MHz to 40 GHz frequency range. Features include individual calibration, linear polarization, and a high power input capability.

The Standard Gain Horn Antennas are designed specifically for utilization in emissions and immunity testing over the frequency range of 1 to 40 GHz. Each antenna is linearly polarized and has medium gain, low VSWR, and a constant antenna factor.

Series Frequency Range: 4 GHz to 26.5 GHz. The ETS-Lindgren Model 3163 Series Conical Horns are high gain (Over 16 dBi) antennas, designed for use as feeds in tapered anechoic chambers, as well as in applications requiring high gain and linear polarization.

The Standard Gain Horn Antennas are designed specifically for utilization in emissions and immunity testing over the frequency range of 1 to 40 GHz. Each antenna is linearly polarized and has medium gain, low VSWR, and a constant antenna factor.

The Standard Gain Horn Antennas are designed specifically for utilization in emissions and immunity testing over the frequency range of 1 to 40 GHz. Each antenna is linearly polarized and has medium gain, low VSWR, and a constant antenna factor. The Standard Gain Horn performance is very precise and predictable through design parameters.

The A.H. Systems' Double Ridge Guide Horn Antenna is a broadband antenna that offers excellent performance over the frequency range of 1 GHz to 4 GHz. High gain, low VSWR, input handling capability up to 250 watts CW, and rugged design make this horn antenna excellent for both immunity and emissions testing.

AR offers a complete variety of rugged, high-power antennas for virtually any testing procedures. Since all are frequency and power matched to AR amplifiers, it is easy to select exactly the right unit.

Model 15RH1 is a broadband gain reference antenna. It is primarily used in test chambers to accelerate gain measurements and minimize setup errors. Units can be supplied with a measured gain curve for enhanced gain accuracy over calculated values. Typical gain accuracy is better than ±0.3 dB over the band of operation. This unit is designed to meet NRL Report 4433.