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New Products: Antennas

August 1, 1998
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ANTENNAS

3.5 dBi Dipole, Low Profile Patch Antenna
The Squint series omnidirectional PCS-/digital communications service- and ISM-band patch antenna features a 3.5 dBi dipole-like pattern shape and ceiling-mount option, which provides a low profile for minimum visual impact. Gain at the horizon is 2.5 dBi. The antenna is designed with high quality etched copper circuitry to provide good electrical performance. The antenna housing is vacuumed formed out of polyvinyl chloride in a rugged, UV-stabilized radome that is weather resistant for outdoor applications. Additional features include an SWR of 1.5 (max) on 50 W impedance. The unit is equipped with a standard 1' UltraLink series coax and N-female connector. Size: 6" x 6" x 1". Weight: 0.52 lb.
Cushcraft Corp.,
Manchester, NH
(603) 627-7877.

Spread Spectrum/ISM-band Panel Antenna
The model SSGP04-23 flat-panel antenna operates in the 2.3 to 2.5 GHz spread spectrum/ISM band and measures 12" x 8" x 2", making it suitable for use in environmentally sensitive areas. The unit is supplied with an adjustable mount that allows for a variety of mounting options while obtaining E- or H-plane polarizations. The antenna terminates with a type "N" connector.
Gabriel Electronics Inc.,
Scarborough, ME
(207) 883-5161.

Flat Plate Array Datalink Antenna
The model 9778-800 flat plate array antenna is designed for ground and airborne datalink applications. The unit features a receive frequency of 5.25 to 5.45 GHz, a transmit frequency of 5.65 to 5.85 GHz and linear, vertical polarization. In addition, gain is 18 dBil (min), SWR is 2 (max) and RF connectors are type N female. Size: 4.75" x 11.00". Weight 2 lb.
Seavey Engineering Associates Inc.,
Cohasset, MA
(781) 383-9722.

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