MLP-32 Log Periodic 100 – 1300 MHz Antenna

$208.00

  • Type: Log periodic
  • Transmit frequency: 100 – 1300 MHz
  • Receive frequency: 100 – 1300 MHz
  • Boom length: 142 cm
  • Power: 500 Watts

Description

The log periodic antenna is a particularly useful design when modest levels of gain are required, combined with the wideband operation. A typical example of this type of RF antenna design will provide between 4 and 6 dB gain over a bandwidth of 2:1 while retaining an SWR level of better than 1.3:1. With this level of performance, it is ideal for many applications, although a log-periodic antenna will be much larger than a Yagi that will produce equivalent gain. However, the Yagi is unable to operate over such a wide bandwidth.

Key Features / Specifications:

  • Type: Log periodic
  • Transmit frequency: 100 – 1300 MHz
  • Receive frequency: 100 – 1300 MHz
  • Boom length: 142 cm
  • Longest element: 150 cm
  • Gain: 13 – 13 dBi
  • VSWR: 2:1 or better over whole spectrum
  • Power: 500 Watts
  • Connection: Fly lead with high-quality N-type socket
  • Weight: 3 kg