ETS-Lindgren's Model 3164-10 Open Boundary Quad-ridged Horn Antenna's design makes this antenna unique in both appearance and performance. Designed to measure wireless devices for Over-The-Air (OTA) performance, this unit features excellent gain, with low VSWR.
Numerically modeled, the 3164’s open boundary design is similar to two double-ridged waveguide antennas, placed orthogonally to each other, providing the ability to measure the two principal components of a radiating electric field.

Key Product Information

​​Frequency Range and Gain

With a frequency range of 400 MHz to 10 GHz, the model 3164-10 covers all wireless frequency bands, including cell phone, Wi-Fi, WiMAX and GPS bands. Additional applications include UWB wireless testing (3 GHz to 10 GHz) and lower frequency testing (400 MHz to 3 GHz) for GSM, PCS, Wi-Fi, WiMAX, etc. applications. This antenna has excellent gain characteristics across the frequency range.

Dual Linear Polarization

The two-input design allows for the generation (or sensing) of two orthogonal linear polarized signals. With the incorporation of an optional 90o hybrid, this antenna can also generate (or sense) circularly polarized signals.

Compact, Lightweight Design

The 3164-10’s compact, lightweight design makes it ideal for use as both a tripod or wall mounted antenna. 

Specifications Select a tab below for more information

Frequency Minimum: 400 MHz
Frequency Maximum: 10 GHz
VSWR Ratio (AVG): 5:1 Maximum; 1.75:1 Average
Maximum Continuous Power: 100 watts @ 400 MHz; 20 watts @ 10 GHz
Impedance (Nominal): 50 Ω
Connectors: (2) Type SMA Female
Pattern Type: Directional
Polarization: Dual Linear
Aperture Height: 36.07 cm (14.20 in)
Aperture Width: 36.07 cm (14.20 in)
Length: 36.58 cm (14.40 in)
  • Antenna Including Mounting Flange and Tripod Mount
  • Individually calibrated per ANSI C63.5 
  • Actual Antenna Factors, Gain Uncertainty Values and a Signed Certificate of Calibration Conformance
  • Manual
  • Custom Cases

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Key Features

  • 400 MHz to 10 GHz Frequency Range
  • Excellent Gain Over Entire Range 
  • Dual Polarization 
  • Compact, Lightweight Design

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Date Last Updated: Tuesday, August 13, 2019
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