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A biconical antenna consists of an arrangement of two conical conductors, which is driven by potential, charge, or an alternating magnetic field (and the associated alternating electric current) at the vertex. The conductors have a common axis and vertex. The two cones face in opposite directions. Biconical antennas are broadband dipole antennas, typically exhibiting a bandwidth of 3 octaves or more. Biconical antennas are broadband dipole antennas, usually displaying a bandwidth of three octaves or more.

NOPart No.Frequency (GHz)Typical Gain (dBi)Typical VSWRConnectorRadomeCategoryPolarisationData Sheet
1

BC-0.04-0.5-SL-NF

0.04 to 0.50 to 5< 2.5:1N FemaleNoBi-Conical Single Linear
2

BC-0.08-0.4-SL-NF

0.08 to 0.41 to 5< 2.5:1N FemaleNoBi-Conical Single Linear
3

BC-0.08-1-SL-NF

0.08 to 10 to 5< 2.5:1N FemaleNoBi-Conical Single Linear
4

BC-0.2-0.5-SL-NF

0.2 to 0.51 to 2< 2.5:1N FemaleNoBi-Conical Single Linear
5

BC-0.2-1-SL-NF

0.2 to 11 to 5< 2.5:1N FemaleNoBi-Conical Single Linear
6

BC-0.5-2-SL-NF

0.5 to 21 to 5< 2.4:1N FemaleNoBi-Conical Single Linear
7

BC-0.5-4-SL-NF

0.5 to 41 to 5< 2.4:1N FemaleNoBi-Conical Single Linear
8

BC-0.8-6-SL-NF

0.8 to 61 to 5< 2.4:1N FemaleNoBi-Conical Single Linear
9

BC-1-4-SL-NF

1 to 41 to 4.5< 2.4:1N FemaleNoBi-Conical Single Linear
10

BC-1-6-SL-NF

1 to 61 to 5< 2.4:1N FemaleNoBi-Conical Single Linear
11

BC-1-8-SL-NF

1 to 81 to 4.5< 2.4:1N FemaleNoBi-Conical Single Linear
12

BC-2-8-SL-NF

2 to 81 to 4.5< 2.4:1N FemaleNoBi-Conical Single Linear
13

BC-2-12-SL-NF

2 to 121 to 5< 2:1SMA FemaleNoBi-Conical Single Linear
14

BC-4-18-SL-NF

4 to 181.5 to 5< 2:1SMA FemaleNoBi-Conical Single Linear
15

BC-4-26.5-SL-SF

4 to 26.52 to 5.5< 1.5:1SMA FemaleNoBi-Conical Single Linear
16

BC-8-26.5-SL-SF

8 to 26.51.5 to 5.5< 1.5:1SMA FemaleNoBi-Conical Single Linear