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Probe Antennas

simulated-or-measured-simple-antenna-performance-which-one-is-betterProbe antennas are offered as both standard and custom models with a rectangular waveguide interface. Probe antennas can only support linear polarization. These antennas are often used to measure the gain of other antennas by comparing the signal levels of the probe antenna and antenna under testing. The standard models operate across the full waveguide band and offer 6.5 dB nominal gain and 115 and 60 degrees half power beamwidth at center frequency. The below standard offering covers the frequency range of 8.2 to 170 GHz.

 

 

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  • 6.5 dBi Gain, WR-08, F Band Probe Antenna (SAP-08-R2)
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    SAP-08-R2

    6.5 dBi Gain, WR-08, F Band Probe Antenna

    Minimum Frequency:
    90 GHz
    Maximum Frequency:
    140 GHz
    Gain:
    6.5 dBi
    3 dB Beamwidth, E-Plane:
    115°
    3 dB Beamwidth, H-Plane:
    60°
    Return Loss:
    9 dB
    Polarization:
    Linear
    Antenna Port:
    WR-08 Waveguide
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  • 6.5 dB Gain, WR-42 Probe Antenna (SAP-42-R2)
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    SAP-42-R2

    6.5 dBi Gain, WR-42 Probe Antenna

    Minimum Frequency:
    18 GHz
    Maximum Frequency:
    26.5 GHz
    Gain:
    6.5 dBi
    3 dB Beamwidth, E-Plane:
    115°
    3 dB Beamwidth, H-Plane:
    60°
    Return Loss:
    10 dB
    Polarization:
    Linear
    Antenna Port:
    WR-42 Waveguide
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