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de la Puebla
Post subject: Sectored antenna
Posted: Mon May 09, 2005 9:42 am
My name is Manuel de la Puebla and
I work for INDRA Systems (an Spanish technology
employer). We are currently working on an ADS-B
(Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast) project.
We are having a problem finding the antenna
for this application. It should be a sectored antenna
which covers the 360 degrees in azimut with sectors
of 17 dBi of gain (around this value) each.
I am in charge of the antenna and I am having
a hard time looking for a vendor we can buy this
antenna from. It would impossible for us to design
this antenna on our own, because we don´t have the
necessary means (anechoic chamber and materials).
Does anybody know of any antenna vendor where
we can buy this kind of antenna or maybe have it
custom designed ?