Biconical Antenna

Biconical antennas are broadband dipole antennas that are made up of double conical conductive objects, these antennas have dipole like characteristics, with an enormous wide bandwidth due to the double cone elements structure.

Biconical antennas have an Omni-directional radiation pattern in the H-plane comparative to a dipole antenna. A coaxial connector is associated with the center of the antenna. The antenna can be mounted or gotten off easily with the hoop fixtures.

Biconical antennas can be utilized in a number of applications, in typical dipole applications several discrete frequencies are measured, in contrast, the biconical antenna allows continuous sweeps, where site anomalies are discovered much easier.

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