This Biconical antenna has a coaxial wound balun that can handle High fields of RF energy.
The SAS-544 Biconical Antenna is designed with a coaxial wound balun for increased power capability and intended for both transmitting and receiving high electromagnetic RF fields. This Biconical antenna may be used for radiating immunity measurements. Whether testing in a shielded enclosure, or outdoors, the rugged construction of the A.H. Systems Biconical antenna will ensure long life, and reliable performance.
* Calibration data and certificate at 1, 3 and 10 meter horizontal polarity included
|Frequency Range:||20 MHz - 300 MHz|
|Antenna Factor:||6 to 21 dB/m|
|Gain:||-23 to 2.8 dBi|
|Maximum Continuous Power:||300 Watts|
|Max Radiated Field:||20 V/m|
|Mounting Base:||¼ - 20 Thread, female|
|Height:||29 in. (73.7 cm)|
|Width:||52.75 in. (134 cm)|
|Weight:||4.3 lbs. (1.95 kg)|
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