Horn Antenna for immunity and emissions testing.
Featured Product from A.H. Systems Inc.
Double Ridge Guide Horn Antenna SAS-570
High gain, low VSWR, input handling capability up to 800 watts CW, and rugged design make this horn antenna excellent for both immunity and emissions testing.
- 170 MHz to 3 GHz
- Individually Calibrated at 1 Meter Horizontal and Vertical Polarity
- Linearly Polarized
- Precision machined, Rugged Construction
- High Power Input Capability
The A.H. Systems' Double Ridged Guide Horn is a broadband antenna that offers excellent performance over the frequency range of 170 MHz - 3 GHz. High gain, low VSWR, input handling capability up to 800 watts CW and rugged design make this horn antenna excellent for both immunity and emissions testing.
* Calibration data and certificate at 1 Meter Horizontal and Vertical Polarity included
Optional 7/16 DIN female connector available for increased power capability
Optional TSC-570 transit case is available to protect the horn antenna during shipping.
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Welcome to A.H. Systems, inc.
A.H. Systems has been established since 1974 and manufactures a complete line of affordable, reliable, EMI test equipment. Our individually calibrated EMI Test Antennas, Preamplifiers, Current Probes and Low-Loss Cables satisfy many test standards including CISPR, MIL-STD, FCC, EN, VDE, IEC and SAE. With a wide variety of mounting configurations, we can also offer tripods and accessories that compliment other EMI testing equipment used to complete your testing requirements. We are also committed to providing all of our clients with no cost prompt and professional technical support. Manufacturing high quality products at competitive prices with immediate shipment plus prompt technical support are our goals to improve the quality of your testing requirements.
Useful formulas for RF related conversions
Frequently used conversion factors, how they are derived, and why they are used. If you need to convert from one series of units to another for any reason, this is the tech. note for you. Typical EMC Related Formulas
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- VSWR Calculations
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