Antennas Designed for Outstanding Performance

At MVG, we design our antennas with outstanding performance in mind. It begins with a careful design process, alternating simulation and measurements. It extends to the use of the most advanced machining techniques and quality materials to achieve tight mechanical tolerances. That’s why all our antenna characteristics are outstanding. And that’s why we can guarantee the best electrical performance/operational bandwidth trade-off. No competitor matches this level of excellence.

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Reference Antennas

Dual-Ridge Horns

100.0 MHz to 50 000.0 MHz

Dual-Ridge Horns are a solution for gain reference, far-field test ranges and reflector feeds for high gain...

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Electric Sleeve Dipoles

380.0 MHz to 5 900.0 MHz

Electric Sleeve Dipoles are used for gain reference, efficiency reference for low gain antennas and chamber...

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High Precision Offset Parabolic Reflector

2 000.0 MHz to 50 000.0 MHz

High Precision Offset Parabolic Reflector is a solution for high-gain reference antenna and far-field antenna...

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Linear Array Reference Antennas

824.0 MHz to 2 690.0 MHz

Linear Array Reference Antennas are a solution for gain reference for base station antennas and cylindrical near-field...

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Magnetic Dipoles

652.0 MHz to 5 637.0 MHz

Magnetic Dipoles are used for gain reference, efficiency reference for low gain antennas or for a chamber reflectivity...

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mm-Wave Chip Reference Antennas

24 250.0 MHz to 64 000.0 MHz

The MVG Chip Reference Antennas have been specifically developed as a reference or “gold” standard antenna for micro-...

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Monocones

70.0 MHz to 6 000.0 MHz

Monocones are a solution for wideband gain reference and particularly suitable for automotive test ranges.

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Monopoles

76.0 MHz to 18 000.0 MHz

Monopoles are a solution for gain reference and particularly suitable for automotive test ranges.

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Standard Gain Horns

490.0 MHz to 110 000.0 MHz

Standard Gain Horns are used for gain reference for high gain antennas and antenna measurements.

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VHF Wideband Low-Profile Antenna

40.0 MHz to 400.0 MHz

Low profile reference antenna for measurements in VHF frequencies.

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Wideband Dipoles

75.0 MHz to 10 000.0 MHz

Wideband Dipoles are used for wideband gain reference, efficiency reference, chamber reflectivity evaluation and...

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