Wideband Reflector Antennas for EW/SIGINT

Elite is addressing the defence and surveillance markets for wideband and high power antennas with its years of design and manufacturing experience.

Designed for surveillance and SIGINT purposes these antennas incorporate a number of novel features. The antennas are of very rugged construction in line with government or military applications and offering excellent antenna performance over the waveguide band. They are also suitable for both EW jamming and Elint applications.

Other standard frequency bands and gains are also available.

Please get in touch with sales@elite-antennas.com or call +44 1568 612050 if you are interested in standard wideband antennas or require any assistance regarding custom designed antennas.

 

2 - 8 GHz with a 600mm diameter antenna 2 - 8 GHz, 600mm Wideband Antenna for Surveillance and SIGINT

MODEL EW2-8/90653

 

Features

  • The feed design provides low VSWR and high power transmission
  • The connector is a N type (Female)
  • The mounting boss allows rotation for vertical, horizontal or slant polarisation

 

 

7.5 - 18 GHz, 500mm Wideband Antenna for Surveillance and SIGINT

MODEL EW7-18/90585

7.5 – 18 GHz Wideband Antenna for Surveillance and SIGINT

N.B. A higher power version of this antenna targetted at jamming applications with a WRD750 waveguide interface to the rear of the antenna is also available (Part Number EW7-18/90436).

Features

  • The feed is machined from solid to provide low VSWR and high power transmission
  • The connector is a N type (Female)
  • The mounting boss allows rotation for vertical, horizontal or slant polarisation

 

2 - 6 GHz, 700mm Wideband Antenna for Surveillance and SIGINT

MODEL EW2-6/700

 

 

 

6 - 18 GHz, 1000mm Wideband Antenna for Surveillance and SIGINT

MODEL EW6-18/1000

 

 

 

 


Elite design & manufacture a wide variety of L, C, X, Ku, & Ka band alongside wideband antennas for high-end customers including defence agencies, commercial broadcast networks, systems integrators and research agencies.