Q-par Angus Limited, a microwave antenna and development company based in
Leominster, UK, is pleased to announce the launch of a new compact ultra-wideband 0.8 – 40 GHz Omni-directional
antenna, intended for Ultra Wideband (UWB) applications including communications, surveillance and Electronic
Warfare. The 100 mm diameter antenna is Vertically Polarised with Azimuth ripple typically <+/- 1 dB on horizon.
thorough development and testing, this new antenna is a welcome addition to Q-par’s range of Omni-directional
antennas. These currently provide wideband performance up to 42.5 GHz, either vertically or slant polarised. The
new UWB antenna will allow Q-par's customers to replace multiple antennas across the bandwidth with one antenna,
resulting in reduced costs, set up times, and helping to meet critical weight and space requirements, particularly
in airborne applications.
Robert Lowther, Q-par Angus Sales and Marketing Manager says, “We are happy to
have developed such an excellent ultra wideband Omni-directional antenna that reinforces our position as a
leading, innovative microwave antenna company. The benefits offered by this new antenna should prove attractive to
our global customers and sustain the product for the foreseeable future.”
Mr. Robert Lowther – Sales and Marketing Manager, Q-par
Angus Limited Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +44 (0) 1568 612138
ABOUT Q-PAR ANGUS LIMITED
Established in 1973 and located in Herefordshire, UK, Q-par
designs, develops and manufactures microwave systems and antennas for use <1 GHz to >100 GHz. All systems and
antennas are simulated prior to development and thoroughly tested throughout prototyping and manufacture to meet
the highest specifications for military and civil applications.
Examples of Q-par work
Sinuous antennas chosen for A400M Radar Warning Receivers (RWR)
Suites of antennas to meet DO160 HiRF aerospace testing 0.4 - 18 GHz
Waveguide distribution & power splitting systems to drive RF/electron accelerator cavities
Robust, outdoor Antenna Positioners for the harshest of environments
Monopulse systems for precision RADAR
Frequency selective surfaces for RADAR and radomes.