Radiation Patterns

A radiation pattern is the variation of the field intensity of an antenna as an angular function with respect to the axis. Also, the radiation pattern is a graphical depiction of the relative field strength transmitted from or received by the antenna.

A radiation pattern is usually represented graphically for the far-field conditions along the electrical field and the magnetic field vectors, along the direction of maximum radiation or E-plane and H-plane

 

A144S5 — 145 MHz
A430S15 — 435 MHz
A502HB — 51 MHz
A504HB — 51 MHz
CP22E — 145 MHz
F1230A — 1280 MHz
F22A
— 146 MHz
F23A — 147 MHz

F718 — 440 MHz
G200
— 2425 MHz
X200A — 147 MHz, 440 MHz
X30A — 147 MHz, 440 MHz
X50A — 147 MHz, 440 MHz
X500HNA — 147 MHz, 445 MHz
X510 — 147 MHz, 440 MHz
X6000 — 145 MHz, 435 MHz, 1280 MHz


 

 

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