The vertically polarized log-periodic dipole antenna has a narrow, low-angle elevation plane pattern, designed for medium and long range communications.
The antenna should be used with a ground mat for improved low angle performance.
The vertical log-periodic antenna is characterised by a radiation pattern that is essentially constant at all frequencies.
The antenna comprises a curtain of dipoles insulated into sections and suspended from a support mast.
The vertical log-periodic antenna is designed for direct connection to a 300 ohm balanced open wire feeder or a 50 ohm coaxial line with a balun transformer.
|TYPICAL RADIATION PATTERNS|
|Azimuth pattern||Elevation pattern|
|TYPICAL COVERAGE MAP|
|Frequency ranges||2-30 / 4-30 / 6-30 MHz|
|Input impedance||50 ohm unbalanced or 300 ohm balanced|
|Power ratings||1 / 10 / 25 / 50 kW average|
|Specifications may change without notice|
|THIS TYPE OF ANTENNA IS AVAILABLE FROM|
|Manufacturer||Type number||Power Level|
|Antenna Products Corporation||LMV-0200/2900||L||M|
|Kintronic Laboratories, Inc.||LPA-V Series||M||H|
|RFS Radio Frequency Systems||VLP Series||M|
|Transradio SenderSysteme Berlin||VLP 0636||H|