Monopole/Dipole

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The SAS-550-2B Active Monopole Antenna provides superior performance in electric field measurements. This Active Monopole Antenna can drive any receiver with 50 ohm input impedance, and will perform FCC, MIL-STD, and TEMPEST tests. It includes a battery pack and charger for open field test sites that may not have ready access to outlets.

MHW Series dipole antennas feature a durable, unobtrusive housing that sticks permanently with integral adhesive to flat, non-conductive surfaces such as windows, drywall, ceiling tiles, plastic, etc. The antennas are well suited to low-power devices, but are capable of operation at levels to 10 watts. The MHW is supplied with either 6.5 feet (2m) or 15 feet (4.6m) of RG-174 cable and attaches via a standard SMA or Part 15 compliant RP-SMA connector.

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.

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

The A.H. Systems T.V. Dipole Set provides an accurate standard for precise FM, VHF, and UHF testing. Each Dipole Set is manufactured per the FCC balun design and is individually calibrated. All sets come contained in a rugged, lightweight storage case which includes 2 baluns, elements, cables, a tape measure and one clamp for tripod mounting.

The TV-2 is a tuned dipole antenna from A.H. Systems that operates within the 325 MHz to 1000 MHz frequency range.

The SAS-551 Passive Monopole Antenna provides superior performance in electric field measurements. The Passive Monopole Antenna is used for transmitting to perform shielding effectiveness and immunity testing.

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.