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ETS-Lindgren 3117 Double-Ridged Waveguide Horn Antenna

Manufacturer part number: 3117
Ultra-Broadband, 1 GHz–18 GHz
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ETS-Lindgren's Model 3117 Double-ridged Waveguide is the latest addition to a family of double ridge waveguide horns for microwave and EMC measurement from ETS-Lindgren. This model corrects the lower gain at the upper end of the frequency range, commonly found in ridged waveguide antennas. 

Users of this antenna benefit from uniform illumination of target surfaces and accurate gain measurement. In addition, the 3117 exhibits high gain and low VSWR across its operational frequency band, accepting moderate power input of 300 watts. 

The electrical characteristics of this antenna were designed and modeled using powerful workstations running electromagnetic simulation software. Equally important, experienced RF engineers worked with our manufacturing team to produce a practical and affordable realization of the modeling process.

Features:

  • Ultra-Broadband, 1 GHz to 18 GHz 
  • 300 W Continuous Power Input Capacity 
  • Maintains Single Lobe Radiation Pattern Over Frequency 
  • Uniform Gain
  • Low VSWR
  • Flexible Mounting Configuration
  • Frequency Minimum: 1 GHz 
  • Frequency Maximum: 18 GHz 
  • Impedance (Nominal): 50 Ω 
  • Maximum Continuous Power: 300 W 
  • Peak Power: 500 W 
  • Pattern Type: Directional​  
  • Polarization:  Linear 
  • VSWR: 3.5:1 Maximum, <2:1 Above 1.5 GHz 
  • Connectors: Type N 
Description

ETS-Lindgren's Model 3117 Double-ridged Waveguide is the latest addition to a family of double ridge waveguide horns for microwave and EMC measurement from ETS-Lindgren. This model corrects the lower gain at the upper end of the frequency range, commonly found in ridged waveguide antennas. 

Users of this antenna benefit from uniform illumination of target surfaces and accurate gain measurement. In addition, the 3117 exhibits high gain and low VSWR across its operational frequency band, accepting moderate power input of 300 watts. 

The electrical characteristics of this antenna were designed and modeled using powerful workstations running electromagnetic simulation software. Equally important, experienced RF engineers worked with our manufacturing team to produce a practical and affordable realization of the modeling process.

Features:

  • Ultra-Broadband, 1 GHz to 18 GHz 
  • 300 W Continuous Power Input Capacity 
  • Maintains Single Lobe Radiation Pattern Over Frequency 
  • Uniform Gain
  • Low VSWR
  • Flexible Mounting Configuration