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Amplifier Research SunAR JB1 Broadband Hybrid EMC Test Antenna

Manufacturer part number: JB1
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30-2000 MHz
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BROADBAND EMC TEST ANTENNA, 30-2000 MHZ
30018168
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BROADBAND EMC TEST ANTENNA, 30-2000 MHZ
30018169
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SunAR RF Motion JB Series antennas are compact, high performance instruments designed for EMC emissions and immunity testing. The broadband characteristics of these antennas enable them to operate over a wide frequency range.

The antenna boom is made from a custom aluminum extrusion that reduces the number of parts at the nose. The result is a stronger, more stable feedpoint and excellent cross-polarization properties. The unique shape allows for a larger feed cable to be used, which significantly increases the maximum power rating. Dipole elements are permanently attached to the boom by an assembly technique that maintains excellent electrical characteristics for the life of the antenna. 

The low-frequency wings are swept forward and turned in at the ends to reduce ground plan coupling while maintaining performance. Each wing is attached with dual compression fittings for true alignment. 

  • Gain: 7 dBi typical
  • Impedance: 50 ohms nominal
  • Connector: Type N female
  • VSWR: <2:1 above 200 MHz
  • Polarization: Linear
  • Imbalance: Less than 1 dB
  • Size (L x W): 51 x 19 in (130 x 48 cm)
  • Wing Span: 44 in (112 cm)
  • Weight: 10 lb (5 kg)
  • Mounting Tube: 22 mm diameter stainless steel
  • Wing Mount: Dual Compression
  • Finish: Orange powdercoat
Description

SunAR RF Motion JB Series antennas are compact, high performance instruments designed for EMC emissions and immunity testing. The broadband characteristics of these antennas enable them to operate over a wide frequency range.

The antenna boom is made from a custom aluminum extrusion that reduces the number of parts at the nose. The result is a stronger, more stable feedpoint and excellent cross-polarization properties. The unique shape allows for a larger feed cable to be used, which significantly increases the maximum power rating. Dipole elements are permanently attached to the boom by an assembly technique that maintains excellent electrical characteristics for the life of the antenna. 

The low-frequency wings are swept forward and turned in at the ends to reduce ground plan coupling while maintaining performance. Each wing is attached with dual compression fittings for true alignment.