HyperLOG® 60100

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• Only a single log periodic antenna for the complete frequency range from 680MHz up to 10GHz
• Optimal for usage with spectrum analysers for EMC measurement
• Incl. high-tech radom with modern, appealing design
• Freely alignable polarisation
• Calibration data can be saved to an IC on the antenna and also be read back
• Excellent forward/backward ratio
• Excellent symmetry of radiation patterns
• Integrated 1/4" tripod socket
• Suitable for mobile use
• Suitable for outdoor installation
• Directional
• Robust design
• Splash water proof
• Small weight and dimensions
• Made in Germany
The LogPer-antennas of the HyperLOG® 6000 series are based on an ultra-thin, GOLD-COATED high tech TEFLON base.

Based on this high quality technology, the antenna-frequency-range could again be vastly extended compared to the 7000 series.

Now the maximum bandwidth available reaches from 680MHz up to as far as 18GHz. Its small physical antenna-size and low weight make this antenna predestined for mobile use.

The 18GHz frequency range (HyperLOG 60180) now also allows the detection of unusable signal sources like military radar, various satellite services, very high frequency bugs, etc.
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Country of Manufacture Germany
Dimensions 340x200x25 mm (L/W/D)
Antenna factor 22-46dB/m
Design Logarithmic-periodic
Frequency range 680MHz - 10GHz
Guarantee 2 Jahre
Weight 250gr
Gain (typ.) 5dBi
RF connection SMA socket (18GHz) or N socket using an adapter
Calibration points 933 (10MHz-steps)
Included with delivery HyperLOG 60100 log periodic Antenna, typical calibration data with up to 533 calibration points (10MHz steps!), aluminum design carrycase, detachable handle with "miniature tripod" mode, Aaronia SMA toolset with over-torque protection
Max. transmission power 100W CW (400MHz)
Nominal impedance 50 Ohms
Polarisation linear vertical/horizontal
Return loss Better than -10dB
Tripod connection 1/4"
VSWR (typ.) <1:2,5

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