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Haigh-Farr Blades are a family of low-cost antennas covering the 1.0 GHz Telemetry to 6.6 GHz Beacon Transponder frequency bands. These antennas have been in use for over 30 years in airborne applications, and most models are available for off-the-shelf delivery. Haigh-Farr has recently introduced the first of a series of broadband Blades (P/N 16165 and 16180) with a frequency range of 1.7 - 2.5 GHz.

The Blade antennas exhibit omnidirectional coverage in the azimuth plane with a filled-in null in the elevation plane. When mounted to a typical ground plane, the antennas provide approximately +3dBi gain. Exact gain, however, is a function of the ground plane upon which the antenna is mounted.

Blade antennas are also used in stationary applications and ground-based vehicles such as trucks, tanks, race cars, motorcycles, etc.

  APPLICATIONS
Data Links, Telemetry, Transponder
Tactical Missiles
Drones
Aircrafts
Helicopters
Ships
Ground-based Vehicles
 
   
   
  FEATURES
Omnidirectional Coverage
Overhead Null Filled In
Frequencies from 1.0 GHz to 6.6 GHz
Broadband Coverage
Small, Compact Footprint
Aerodynamic Shape
Common Footprint Among All Models
Built to Withstand Extreme Shock & Vibration Environments

 

 

 

 

 
     
   
     
     
     

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