Standard Gain Antennas

The Gain Standard Antenna consists of a square-shaped reflector with dimensions l x l. Two half-wave dipoles are mounted l/4 in front of the reflector plate. The gain is 9.8 dBi at the antenna design frequency. The design frequency may be specified from 430 MHz to 2.8 GHz. The half power beamwidth is approx. 60 °. The standard gain antenna is used for applications which require a high gain with good directivity and good front to back ratio.

 

  • Schwarzbeck SGA900 Standard Gain Antenna

SGA 900 

 

Standard Gain Antennas

2 half-wave dipoles in front of a lambda x lambda reflector

typ. 9.8 dBi gain

60° pattern

accurately calibrated

 

 

pdficon small Datasheet SGA900

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SGA 1800 

 

Standard Gain Antennas

2 half-wave dipoles in front of a lambda x lambda reflector

typ. 9.8 dBi gain

60° pattern

accurately calibrated

 

pdficon small Datasheet SGA1800

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  • Schwarzbeck SGA-2450_1
  • Schwarzbeck SGA2450

 

SGA 2450

 

Standard Gain Antennas

2 half-wave dipoles in front of a lambda x lambda reflector

typ. 9.8 dBi gain

60° pattern

accurately calibrated

 

pdficon small Datasheet SGA2450