Mobile Isotropic 3D Antenna (9kHz-6GHz) comming soon!

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Mobile Isotropic 3D Antenna (9kHz-6GHz) comming soon!

Postby Moderator » Friday 4. March 2016, 10:54

Our latest 3D antenna, the "IsoLOG 3D mobile", will be available soon.
This 3D RF antenna is ultra light and small and is compatible to ANY spectrum analyzer. Just works on the fly like magic. It is the perfect plug and play solution for a 3D measurement in "no time".
You need NO software installation, NO power connection, NO hardware changes. Just connect the antenna via the N connector to your analyzer - thats it!
We will offer 2 different versions:
9kHz to 3GHz
9kHz to 6GHz

The antennas include an internal rechargable battery (6 hours runtime) and a switchable low noise preamplifier.
You can control the antenna via USB or via manual antenna selection mode (needs no USB connection).
We also integrated an lightning fast adjustable "chopper" function: Using special glitch free RF switches this feature offers an automatic endless antenna rotation/selectiona with a switching duration of up to 50kHz. This feature transforms the "IsoLOG 3D mobile" into a "real" 3D antenna without the need of any USB software control :D
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The IsoLOG 3D "mobile" (9kHz-6GHz)
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Re: Mobile Isotropic 3D Antenna (9kHz-6GHz) comming soon!

Postby alphay » Tuesday 8. March 2016, 02:44

Dear Moderator

Thanks for your time.
I am interested in this 3D antenna,
When will it be available for PO and shipping ?

We already have the 60100 V4 on hand from 9KHz -9.4GHz.,
What application we need is for SEMI S2 standard as following .

• static electricity and magnetic (0 Hz),
• sub-radio frequency electric and magnetic fields (<3 kHz),
• radio frequency (3 kHz – 3 GHz)

We will buy one more 5030 for 1Hz - 30MHz band.
Is it enough for the testing ? pr we need to buy one more MDF 9400 ?
Please let me know the comments ASAP

Thanks

Alpha

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Re: Mobile Isotropic 3D Antenna (9kHz-6GHz) comming soon!

Postby alphay » Tuesday 8. March 2016, 03:18

Dear Moderator

We want to buy the EMF test solution like Narda.
Is it suitable to your test solution ?
E and M field from 9K -3 GHz ..

Thanks

Alpha
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Re: Mobile Isotropic 3D Antenna (9kHz-6GHz) comming soon!

Postby Moderator » Tuesday 8. March 2016, 18:03

Yes you can use the HF-60100 V4 as a 3D EMF meter with this antenna.
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Re: Mobile Isotropic 3D Antenna (9kHz-6GHz) comming soon!

Postby AndiOnline » Monday 21. March 2016, 10:27

Interessantes Angebot.
Gibt es dafür schon eine Preisvorstellung?
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Re: Mobile Isotropic 3D Antenna (9kHz-6GHz) comming soon!

Postby Moderator » Monday 21. March 2016, 20:56

Wird so um die 2000 Euro liegen.
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Re: Mobile Isotropic 3D Antenna (9kHz-6GHz) comming soon!

Postby alphay » Thursday 31. March 2016, 19:36

Hi

Please let me know when will be available for shipping ?
We need to buy one ASAP if ok too .

Thanks

Alpha
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Re: Mobile Isotropic 3D Antenna (9kHz-6GHz) comming soon!

Postby Moderator » Friday 1. April 2016, 08:35

Place a preorder via email...
Should be available in 2-3 months.
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Re: Mobile Isotropic 3D Antenna (9kHz-6GHz) comming soon!

Postby AndiOnline » Sunday 19. June 2016, 11:43

Hallo,
gibt es schon ein Datenblatt für die Antenne - insbesondere "Horizontal/Vertikal Pattern"?
Mich würde interessieren, ob sie eine Peilwirkung hat- oder ob sie sich wie eine Omnilog verhält.
Und ab wann kann man sie bei Ihnen bestellen?
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Re: Mobile Isotropic 3D Antenna (9kHz-6GHz) comming soon!

Postby Moderator » Sunday 19. June 2016, 16:21

Nein, noch kein echtes Datenblatt.
Peilung ist möglich und es wird dazu auch für den V5 eine SW geben...
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Re: Mobile Isotropic 3D Antenna (9kHz-6GHz) comming soon!

Postby AndiOnline » Tuesday 21. June 2016, 06:28

Das heißt, für meinen Spectran der V4-Baureihe könnte ich sie nicht verwenden?
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Re: Mobile Isotropic 3D Antenna (9kHz-6GHz) comming soon!

Postby Moderator » Tuesday 21. June 2016, 18:06

Doch, man kann sie ja auch manuell umschalten, kein Problem.
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Re: Mobile Isotropic 3D Antenna (9kHz-6GHz) comming soon!

Postby yankee10 » Sunday 18. December 2016, 01:51

I see from the IsoLog 3D antenna spec that it contains both dipole and loop elements. Is it able (in conjunction with the HF-60100) to measure E and H fields separately over all or part of its frequency range?
Can the antenna be used to make near field measurements (for transmitting units intending to radiate--not looking for low power unintentional radiation for which RF 'sniffers'--like the PBS1--might be more appropriate)?
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Re: Mobile Isotropic 3D Antenna (9kHz-6GHz) comming soon!

Postby Moderator » Monday 19. December 2016, 21:27

Yes you can measure E (high frequency range) and H (low frequency range) seperately.
This antenna is not ment to be used for near field measurements, please use our probe set instead.
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Re: Mobile Isotropic 3D Antenna (9kHz-6GHz) comming soon!

Postby tbrink » Wednesday 9. August 2017, 15:37

It appears the 3 polarizations are being switched quickly and sent down the RF feed to the analyzer. Does the analyzer need a rolling max hold to capture the max of the 3 polarizations? Thanks Tom
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