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COJOT expands its range of Wideband Dual Port Antennas for high power C3I and ECM applications

COJOT introduces a new Wideband Dual Port Antenna that is specifically targeted towards high power electronic countermeasure and C3I applications in the frequency range from 25 – 3000 MHz.

The new WBC2300 is a cost effective dual-port antenna that has been developed to satisfy the need of our customers using RF Systems working up to only 3 GHz. Together with the WBC256, an Ultra Wideband Dual Port Antenna for the frequency range from 20 MHz up to 6 GHz, that has been launched three years ago, COJOT offers now a perfect solution for both conditions.


COJOT’s family of Dual Port Antennas represents a product range where two antennas are integrated into the same mechanics. Each antenna product features two ports covering the low band up to 512 MHz with a monopole antenna as well as the high band up to 3 GHz, respectively 6 GHz, with a ground plane independent (dipole) antenna. This product type has proven its value especially in situations where a multiple antenna set-up is not possible or antenna co-location problems may occur.

The new WBC2300 and the already well-proven WBC256 will be presented at Eurosatory 2014 (16 - 20 June / Paris) at the Finnish Pavilion (Hall 6, D321)

Source : COJOT

Published on ASDNews: May 20, 2014

 

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