RF connection: N (f) or SMA (see optional adapter)
Calibration points: 5970 (1MHz-steps)
Dimensions (L/W/D): 1550x1400x650mm
Warranty: 10 years
Included in delivery:
HyperLOG 20600 EMI test antenna for EMC/EMI tests
Specified calibration data with 5970 calibration points (1MHz steps!) on CD
Heavy carrying case
45 385 DKK
Ultra high professional EMC/EMI pre-compliance test antenna. Meets the latest EMI/EMC standards from 2011 up to 6GHz
Very high accuracy to be used as a reference antenna
Suitable for immunity measurements
Includes exhaustive calibration data (on CD)
High quality rubber paint for perfect antenna protection
Ultra wide bandwidth
Very high gain over the total frequency range
Coverage of various mobile radio frequency ranges
Perfectly suitable for field-strength and EMC measurements due to high precision
Can be used in the lab and for open-field application
The HyperLOG 20600 EMI is Aaronias latest antenna development and meets all needs for the latest EMC standards which are expanded to 6GHz since 2011.
Combines the advantages of a biconical antenna and those of a log periodic antenna in a single high end EMC/EMI antenna.
Offers an extremely high accuracy of 0.3 dB over the full specified frequency range and therefore can even be used as reference antenna.
By using the HyperLOG EMI antennas, the common EMI and EMC measurement error-rates, which show up by switching between different test antennas, are avoided.
This is because you have only to use one antenna for the complete frequency range instead of two ore more antennas.
This saves significant costs since the measuring time is reduced drastically.
The HyperLOG EMI series can also be used as a powerful broadcasting antenna with up to 310 watts.
This antennas are suitable even for immunity measurements, where very high field strengths are needed by more than 10 V/m.
Every HyperLOG EMI antenna goes through rigorous testing in Aaronia laboratories before dispatch and is equipped with a high quality rubber paint which offers protection against mechanical damage and environmental influence.