Multi-probe Systems
StarBot 4300
500.00 MHz – 18000.00 MHz

Similar to the StarBot 4200, the StarBot 4300 is a portable test system designed for antenna testing of aircrafts or vehicles in-situ. Improving upon its predecessor, in addition to the high measurement flexibility for radar testing in the nose of an aircraft, its full robotic system and 6 positioning axes enable it to measure antennas anywhere on an aircraft (or vehicle): top, bottom, nose, tail, wings, etc. The StarBot 4300 is designed to characterize antennas without displacing the device under test and without enclosure in an anechoic chamber. It is the ideal spherical near-field antenna test system for extra large devices.

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StarBot 4300
Measurement capabilities
  • On-board antenna testing in its operational environment
  • Multi-beam, multi-port, multi-frequency dual polarized
  • Complex measurements
  • CW or pulsed measurements for radar testing
  • Indoor/Outdoor measurements
  • Gain
  • Directivity
  • Beamwidth
  • Cross-polar discrimination
  • Sidelobe levels
  • 3D radiation pattern in any polarization (linear or circular)
  • Antenna efficiency
  • Beam pointing properties
Probe array diameter
  • 6 m
Typical dynamic range
  • 0.5 - 6.0 GHz: 50 dB
  • 0.6 - 18 GHz: 45 dB
Available movements
  • Robotized trolley and 6 positioning axes