Radio antenna HyperLOGdirectionalfor EMI/EMC testing

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Characteristics

Network
radio
Type
directional
Applications
for EMI/EMC testing
Frequency

Max.: 6 GHz

Min.: 0.7 GHz

Description

LPDA (Log Periodic Antenna) offering a large number of dipole elements with frequency range from 700MHz to 2.5GHz including the most common RF sources like GSM, 3G, Wifi etc.. About Log Periodic Antennas: The LPDA HyperLOG7025 offers a large number of dipole elements providing constant, flat gain and excellent VSWR over standard log periodic dipole antennas, a very light design and good power handing capabilities (50W @ 800MHz) to accommodate a broad range of both immunity and emissions test requirements. The LPDA HyperLOG 7025 Log Periodic Dipole Antenna provides high performance over the entire frequency range of 700MHz to 2,5GHz. The unique log periodic design of the PCB based HyperLOG 7025 provides very flat gain, reduced cross polarization and improved pattern symmetry at the high end of the operating frequency range. The LPDA HyperLOG 7025 features an ultra-robust mechanical design, gold chromate finish, a protective radom and a highly durable SMA feed to withstand the rigors of daily use in EMC test environments. The antenna can be operated with any measurement receiver and can be connected to any antenna tower with 1/4" connector or a standard RF vertical mast. Every HyperLOG antenna goes through rigorous testing in our laboratories before dispatch and is equipped with a high quality GOLD COATING, a high-tech antenna-case (radome) which offers protection against mechanical damage and environmental influence, a top-quality integrated tripod connection and an SMA connector (18GHz version) with twist protection.
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