Com-Power biconical antennas are ideal for vertical and horizontal normalized site attenuation (NSA) measurements, as well as for emissions and immunity testing to a wide range of FCC, CISPR, EN and other standards.

Biconical Antenna Model: AB-900A

AB-900A

Biconical antenna model AB-900A is used for emissions and immunity testing to meet various EMC standards It has a frequency range of 25 MHz to 300 MHz.Its broadband characteristics make it ideal for a wide range of EMI testing applications, including demonstrating compliance with FCC, CE, MIL-STD, RTCA DO-160 and other requirements. AB-900A biconical EMC broadband antennas feature durable aluminum, and we powder-coat them for additional corrosion resistance. Features include a gamma match rod that avoids the issue of dipping between 275 and 290 MHz common to other biconical antenna.

 

biconical antenna

ABF-900A

The model ABF-900A offers the same benefits as the AB-900A model and is also conveniently designed to be collapsible for easy storage and transport. As a result, it is an excellent choice for offsite applications. You can also connect the ABF-900A to an RF power amplifier (up to 50 watts) to generate RF fields for immunity testing. As with all of our biconical EMC broadband antennas, we back the ABF-900A with a three-year warranty and deliver it calibrated to ANSI 63.4, NIST-traceable specifications.

microwave biconical antenna

ABM-6000

The Microwave Biconical antenna is specifically designed to be the transmit source antenna for test site validations above 1 GHz per the CISPR 16-1-4 Site Voltage Standing Wave Ratio (SVSWR) procedure. It is precisely tuned and linearly polarized, and it features a lightweight design for easy to transport and setup. Other potential applications of the ABM-6000 include field surveying, performing amplifier harmonic measurements to IEC 61000-4-3 standards and any other testing in which you need to measure high-level signals with a minimal amount of field disruption.