RFspace LPDA-MAX Antenna
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- Wide frequency range
- Flat and robust
- Good gain
- Low SWR
- LPDA-MAX antenna
Technical description LPDA-MAX
The LPDA-MAX is a PCB antenna, designed according to the
logarithmic-periodic (LogPer) principle. The gain is approx. 4 to 7 dBi
over the frequency range from 300 to 1000 MHz.
For mounting, the linearly polarised antenna offers mounting holes with 1 inch spacing at the end of the PCB. Connection SMA socket, SWR typ. better than 2.0:1, impedance 50 Ohm, max. 25 Watt transmitting power.
Application description LPDA-MAX
The LPDA-MAX is an antenna whose elements are mounted alternately on the top and bottom of a PCB, and whose length and spacing follow a logarithmic calculation. This design is called log-periodic (LogPer) and provides an enormous bandwidth with relatively constant gain and a flat SWR curve.
There are many applications for such antennas: besides IOT devices in the ISM and LoraWAN range (433 and 868 MHz), LTE and GSM systems (800 - 960 MHz) can also use this antenna. In the technical-scientific field, such antennas are used for ground radar devices, for example.
|Gain 900 MHz [dBi]||7|
|Gain 432 MHz [dBi]||4|
|Length [m]||0.5 m|
450 MHz (LTE/4G)
700 MHz (LTE/4G)
800 MHz (LTE/4G)
900 MHz (GSM)
ISM (433 MHz)
ISM (868 MHz)
|Frequency Range||300 - 1000 MHz|
|Antenna Type||Directional Antenna|
|Design of antenna||Log.Per.|
|Size W x H x D||400 x 8 x 500 mm|
|Weight [kg]||0.47 kgs|