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Microwave & mmWave Radio Links Antennas

The antennas included in this product line follow the requests of the Telecommunication Markets and cover the frequency bands from 2GHz up to 86GHz and the size from 0.2m up to 4m. Depending on the antenna types, our design approach has been devoted to provide not only standard antennas but also antennas exhibiting exclusive characteristics such as high gain, low side-lobe levels, high cross-polar discrimination behaviour.

E-BAND
E-BAND

E-band (71-86 GHz) 1ft (30 cm) and 2 ft (60 cm) High Performance antennas are available. Interface can be customized upon request. Hybrid Couplers and OMT are available for 1+1 hot stand-by or dual polarization links. E-band Product Portfolio

THP (Thin High Performance)
THP (Thin High Performance)

The THP Antennas are available in 0.2m up to 1.8m diameter sizes and provide cost-effective solutions for terrestrial microwave systems operating at frequency bands between 6 to 42 GHz.This Antennas family is characterized by reduced length shields that permits achieving low profile visual impact and are suitable for applications in cellular systems to link ...

Point-to-Multi Point
Point-to-Multi Point

Point to multi-points antennas  Sectoral Antennas for Base Stations Sectoral Antennas 26 / 28 / 32 / 42 GHz               CPE Antennas Antenne Offset 5 GHz                                   ...

Compact Antenna System
Compact Antenna System

(Protected by Patent) Compact Antenna System is a single polarized antenna with an embedded hybrid coupler ready to accommodate integrated two radios with predefined the splitting ration for either Hot Stand by Protected Configuration (1+1) or Radio Link Aggregation RLA (2+0). These antennae range will be available for antennas with diameter from 0.3m...

HP (High Performance)
HP (High Performance)

HP Antennas are characterized by low VSWR, high feed-horn efficiency and by a tight profile tolerances of the reflector surfaces which allow improve the radiation characteristics.All the HP Antennas are equipped with fabric or solid (depending on the antenna size) radomes and aluminium mantel fixed to the reflector edge. The mantel internal surface is covere...

HPWB & HPUWB (High Performance Wide Band & Ultra Wide Band)
HPWB & HPUWB (High Performance Wide Band & Ultra Wide Band)

High Performance Wide Band antennas and High Performance Ultra Wide Band antennas have been developed in order to help all our Customers that need to increase the link capacity but cannot add a new pair of antennas, for instance where there is not enough space on the towers. In those cases, in fact, our “standard narrow band” feeders, already ins...

HPDB (High Performance Dual Band)
HPDB (High Performance Dual Band)

Dual Band Antennas belong to the line of antennas that are mainly designed to meet the requirements of saving space and reducing dynamic loads on the supporting tower by providing two or four ports on two different bands for single or dual polarization independent links. The use of dual band single antennas allows also the achievement of frequency diversity ...

HXPD (High Cross Pol Discrimination)
HXPD (High Cross Pol Discrimination)

The HXPD antennas are similar to those of the SHP Antenna family as far as the co-polar radiation characteristics are concerned however they exhibit in addition a high low cross-polar discrimination level centred around the antenna axis and also in the 45deg. planes where the cross polar levels reach the highest values.These Antennas are developed for high c...

GRID
GRID

GRID Antennas are characterized by reflecting surfaces made of a set of aluminium pipes with a suitable frequency dependent pitch that allows achieving high reflectivity levels.GRID Antennas are available in sizes from 0.6m to 6.0 m diameter. Typical advantages of this antenna family are reduced weight as well as low wind load levels.  See also Special...

SHP (Super High Performance)
SHP (Super High Performance)

SHP Antennas are similar to HP antennas and differ from them by exhibiting ultra directive radiation patterns with low near and wide angles side-lobe levels as well as high front to back ratios   For further details, please do not hesitate to contact us      ...

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