ETS-Lindgren's 3106B Double-Ridged Guide Antenna is especially effective for generating high electromagnetic fields with relatively low power input. 

The antenna is also useful for receiving low-level signals where high gain characteristics are needed. Although large in size, 93.3 cm (36.7 in), this antenna weighs only 11.8 kg (26 lb). A Type N female connector is used for increased power handling and optional RF connectors are available. 

The 3106B Double-Ridged Guide Antenna has uniform gain through its frequency span, providing efficient performance characteristics and directionality. It can handle 1000 W peak and 800 W continuously. Constructed of lightweight corrosion-resistant aluminum, our 3106B Double-Ridged Guide Antenna will provide years of trouble-free indoor and outdoor service.​​

Key Product Information


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Frequency Minimum: 200 MHz
Frequency Maximum: 2.5 GHz
Connectors: Type N Female (Standard)
Impedance (Nominal): 50 Ω
VSWR: <1.6:1
Pattern Type: Directional
Polarization: Linear

​Model
​Power Rating
Power Rating
​3106B (Standard with Type N Connector)
​<300 MHz
300 MHz to 1 GHz
1 GHz to 2.5 GHz
​1.0 kW
500 W
300 W
​3106B-7/16 DIN
​<300 MHz
300 MHz to 1 GHz
1 GHz to 2.5 GHz
​1.6 kW
800 W
500 W
​3106B-SC
​<300 MHz
300 MHz to 1 GHz
1 GHz to 2.5 GHz
​1.0 kW
500 W
300 W

Height: 72.9 cm (28.70 in)
Length: 97.8 cm (38.50 in)
Width: 93.3 cm (36.7 in)  
Weight :11.8 kg (26.0​​​ lb)       
  • Mounting Bracket Drilled Accepts an ETS-Lindgren or Other Tripod Mount with Standard 1/4 in x 20 Threads
  • ​Individually Calibrated at 1 m per SAE ARP 958. 
  • Actual Factors and a Signed Certificate of Calibration Conformance Provided
  • Manual​​

ETS-Lindgren Offers Several Non-metallic, Non-reflective Tripods





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Key Features


  • 200 MHz to 2.5 GHz Frequency Range
  • Two Year Warranty
  • Uniform Gain 
  • Low VSWR
  • Individually Calibrated  
  • Integral Mounting 

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Date Last Updated: Monday, September 10, 2018
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