Pasternack has released a new low-frequency waveguide standard gain horns for improving antenna and wireless system testing equipment.
This new line of waveguide standard gain horns is engineered meticulously and created to tackle the ever-evolving landscape of test and measurement applications. The horns' capacity to support frequency ranges as low as 320MHz speaks volumes about the versatility and precision of the product.
The best aspect of these horns is their adaptability. They present an extensive range of frequency and gain options, from an outstanding 32MHz up to 2.2GHz. They are also user-friendly, created to blend seamlessly into existing setups with a direct-mounting feature for other waveguide systems.
Constructed from the finest high-grade aluminium and finished with a corrosion-resistant powder coating. The company is pushing the limits by introducing low-frequency options.
The low-frequency waveguide standard gain horns are a refreshing deviation from the high-priced norm, supplying an alternative for those not requiring TAA/US-made products without skimping on performance. Moreover, they provide a steady, consistent gain versus frequency, promising trustworthy, accurate results every time.
"Pasternack is about creating real, practical solutions that resonate with our customers and their unique needs," said product line manager Kevin Hietpas. "These waveguide standard gain horns are a testament to our relentless pursuit of innovation, delivering both quality and affordability in a neat package."