What is a Log Periodic Antenna?
How do LP Antennas Work?
Log Periodic Dipole Array (LPDA) antennas are directional, active broadband antennas that are the ideal solution for interference tracking, site surveying, and most general RF and EMC analysis applications, due to their unique dipole elements positioned along the antenna axis in a triangular shape. With many varieties and names (LP Antenna, LPDA, LP Array Antennas, and Log Periodic Aerial) and minor functionality and design variations amongst each type, these antennas are designed with optimization in specific frequency ranges, and are capable of functioning within the high frequency – extremely high frequency ranges. Aaronia USA offers LP antennas starting as low as 380 MHz, and as high as 35 GHz to cover all potential RFI detection applications. [Read more…]