TetraAnt 2 14 35
TetraAnt 2 14 35 is the redesigned TetraAnt 2450/14 - during the years we have introduced a few improvements.
We have changed the radiating element in that way, that antenna is more immune for an interfering signal come from distant stations, outside of a mainbeam direction. The sidelobe level is slightly reduced - by a 5 dB, compared to the standard antenna, where this level is 13dB below the mainbeam.
As a result, the new TetraAnt 2 14 35 delivers more "cleaner" and a more stable signal than any other microstrip antenna with compared dimensions and gain.
But, if you are looking for a really reduced sidelobe level antenna we have designed a very high quality TetraAnt 2 19 20 RSLL antenna, where the sidelobe suppression is better than 20dB. It delivers a very strong and clean (high S/N) microwave power even in the most interfering environment.
TetraAnt 2 14 35 - VSWR
TetraAnt 2 14 35 - the Realized Gain
The antenna's gain was measured in the slant ranges, with two-antenna method. It takes into account all losses.
TetraAnt 2 14 35 - Patterns in Polar Coordinates
TetraAnt 2 14 35 - Specifications
Peak Gain is the maximum value of the gain over the operational frequency range. For Elboxrf TetraAnt and Standard antennas the gain is so called realized gain that takes into account all possible antenna's losses.
HPBW stands for half power beamwidth.
VSWR stands for voltage standing wave ratio and is figure of merit of matching quality to the load impedance.
XPD stands for cross polar discrimination.