Gain horn antennas cater to broadband testing and antenna characterisation

31-08-2023 | Pasternack | Passives

Pasternack offers its latest offering of quad-ridge, dual-polarised, broadband gain horns. This innovative product line caters to an extensive spectrum of frequencies, spanning from 0.8GHz to an impressive 95GHz, and is available in gain variants of 6, 10, 12, 15 and 20dBi.

Designed to cater to the needs of broadband testing and antenna characterisation, these gain horns illustrate the company's commitment to crafting solutions that align with the evolving landscape of wireless systems.

These new additions are economically priced while still providing the high performance that defines its products. Although not TAA compliant, they offer a cost-effective expansion of the company's dual-polarised broadband gain horns.

Crafted with precision from superior-quality aluminium and fortified with a corrosion-resistant powder coating, these gain horns provide a robust solution for demanding applications. The broad range of frequency options and popular connector types stresses the versatility and adaptability synonymous with the company.

"Our new dual-polarised gain horns show Pasternack's pioneering spirit in advancing technology and offering unmatched value," said product line manager Kevin Hietpas. "From the wide frequency options to the popular connector choices, we've ensured that these gain horns are attuned to the varied needs of our customers."


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