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Summary

The ANYWAVES Test Cap for S-Band TT&C Antennas is designed for satellite constellations.

It features a cylindrical aluminum cavity, covered with absorber material and terminated by an RF probe. It also operates over the frequency band of the S-Band TTC antenna.

The product is delivered as a single part that can be directly screwed on top of the antenna, which can minimize both the risk of damaging the antenna and the manipulation steps.

Key features

  • Enables reproductible measurements of antenna & transceiver on the platform
  • Very low impact on the antenna matching (reflection coefficient)
  • No mounting bracket required on the platform (screwed on the antenna itself)
  • Compatible with thermal vacuum environment with low outgassing properties
  • Safe & easy to mount & dismount thanks to an oriented slot ensuring the correct positioning
  • Low RF leakage to protect users from radiation during the test

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The ANYWAVES Test Cap for S-Band TT&C Antennas is ITAR free.

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Last updated: 2022-11-18

Test Cap for S-Band TT&C Antennas

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