Cylindrical Near-Field Scanner Systems

Cylindrical Near-Field

NSI-MI’s cylindrical scanners are well suited to testing fan beam, cellular base-station, stacked dipole arrays, and antennas that have broad azimuth and narrow elevation plane patterns. They are constructed to the highest standards and are based on years of experience. The scanner consists of two major components a probe tower and an azimuth positioner.


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Small Cylindrical Near-Field Scanner Systems
0.9 m - 1.5 m (3'- 5')

The small cylindrical scanner systems are ideal for measuring broad beam (azimuth) antennas with apertures less than five feet making them ideal for testing stacked linear arrays.


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Medium Cylindrical Near-Field Scanner Systems
1.8 m - 3.7 m (6'- 12')

The medium cylindrical scanner systems are ideal for measuring broad beam (azimuth) antennas with apertures less than twelve feet making them ideal for testing stacked linear arrays.


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Large Cylindrical Near-Field Scanner Systems
5.5 m - 16.0 m (18'- 52')

The large cylindrical scanner systems are ideal for measuring broad beam (azimuth) antennas with apertures less than fifty two feet making them ideal for testing stacked linear arrays.


Atlanta

1125 Satellite Blvd. NW,
Ste. 100
Suwanee, GA 30024 USA

+1 678 475 8300
+1 678 542 2601

Los Angeles

19730 Magellan Dr.
Torrance, CA 90502 USA

+1 310 525 7000
+1 310 525 7100

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Unit 51 Harley Rd.
Sheffield, S11 9SE UK

+44 7493 235224
  www.nsi-mi.co.uk

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