Press Release Summary:
Compatible with antenna Models AT2526 and AT5026, non-conductive Model AP5010 is built on casters to facilitate movement in shielded room or in open site testing. Design allows test engineer to position antenna for vertical or horizontal polarization and permits antenna to be tilted at 30Â°. Antenna Model AT2526 covers frequency range from 26-250 MHz and accepts up to 15 kW input power, while Model AT5026 covers 26 MHz to 5 GHz and accepts up to 5,000 W.
Original Press Release:
Antenna Positioner Now Available for AR Worldwide's Antennas AT2526 And AT5026
Souderton, PA - 10/25/04 - The RF/Microwave Instrumentation division of AR Worldwide has introduced a heavy-duty, non-conductive support and positioner for two of its high gain, log
periodic antennas. The new AP5010 positioner is compatible with antenna models AT2526 and AT5026.
The AT2526 antenna covers the frequency range from 26 - 250 MHz and accepts up to 15 kW input power. The AT5026 frequency coverage is 26 MHz - 5 GHz; it accepts up to 5000 watt
The new antenna positioner is built on casters for easy movement in a shielded room or in open site testing. The design of the AP5010 also allows the test engineer to position the antenna for either vertical or horizontal polarization as well as permitting the antenna to be tilted at 30 degrees.
Like all AR Worldwide products, the new positioner is backed by AR Worldwide's commitment to delivering not only exceptional quality, but outstanding value. At all AR Worldwide companies,
value is multi-dimensional. It includes innovative technology, advanced design, durability & longevity, mismatch capability, an unlimited support network, and less cost watt-for-watt than any other amplifier on the market.
The company supports its value proposition with an unsurpassed global support network and an exclusive "second-to-none, best-in-the-business" warranty.
For more information, contact AR Worldwide RF/Microwave, 160 School House Rd. Souderton, PA 18964 at 215-723-8181 or at www.ar-worldwide.com. For an applications engineer, call