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RF Explorer H-Loop Near Field Antenna (RFEAN25)

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RF Explorer RFEAH-25 is a 25mm diameter, high performance near field H-Loop antenna. RFEAH-25 is a very sensitive, compact, and easy to use H-loop near field antenna. The low-loss design exhibits at least 10dB more sensitivity in the range 20-6000MHz than other H-loop options in the market, at a much lower cost. 

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PRODUCT DETAILS

Features

  • Robust calibrated low-cost H-loop near field antenna

  • Can work with RF Explorer Spectrum Analyzer, Signal Generator, and other RF instruments and devices

  • Easy to use, reliable to find interference sources with high accuracy and resolution

  • Can be used to detect hidden bugs and transmission sources with great spatial resolution

  • Feasible to generate interferences with Signal Generator and confirm RF circuit sensitivity

  • Capable of pre-EMC compliance tests

Descriptions

RF Explorer RFEAH-25 is a 25mm diameter, high performance near field H-Loop antenna. RFEAH-25 is a very sensitive, compact, and easy to use H-loop near field antenna. The low-loss design exhibits at least 10dB more sensitivity in the range 20-6000MHz than other H-loop options in the market, at a much lower cost. Compared with other near field antennas, RFEAH- 25 is smaller and lighter, exactly what fits best when space is constrained in a PCB. Included with the antenna is high-quality semiflexible RF cable, this cable works as the handler of the antenna. The big advantage of this approach: you can shape the cable the way you want for the antenna to be located exactly where you need it, in most cases with no need to hold it in your hand.

Applications

  • Detect radiation: Easily determine the electronic component or PCB signal track creating a wanted or unwanted RF radiation.
  • Sniff and measure: Follow the signal path in any RF or high-speed digital circuit, with no need to actually contact the circuit itself.
  • Find bugs: Thanks to great spatial resolution, it is an ideal antenna to check for RF bugs such as hidden cameras or microphones in a room.
  • Diagnose EMI: Check any electronic device for RF radiation limits. This may include a connector with leakage, a module creating interference in a drone or RC plane, an oscillator or crystal that may not be working at the right frequency, etc.
  • Pre-compliance EMC testing: Help on finding possible sources of interference in a design before passing an expensive EMC lab test for approval EU / FCC.
  • Create interference: it can be used to introduce RF interference in specific areas of a circuit or device, to check on side effects as well as diagnose the root cause of intermittent problems.
  • Connect it to a Signal Generator and use CW or Frequency Sweep to check how your circuit responds.
  • Multi-tool: RFEAH-25 can be used with RF Explorer Spectrum Analyzer and Signal Generator. But it can be used with any spectrum analyzer brand, as well as oscilloscopes. It is DC decoupled up to 25V so pretty much risk-free if makes contact with the PCB circuit under test.

Specification

  • Connector: SMA female

  • High-frequency RF SMA Male-Male included

  • Type: H-loop near field

  • Characterized response: 1MHz to 7Ghz

  • RoHS compliant

Part List

  • 1 x H-loop near field antenna

  • 1 x Semirigid SMA Male-Male RG402 10cm 6GHz cable


Techsupport

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For more information, please check Datasheet.

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Technical details

Dimensions 0mm x0mm x0mm
Weight G.W 14g
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Part List

RF Explorer H-Loop Near Field Antenna (RFEAN25) 1

ECCN/HTS

HSCODE 9030900090
USHSCODE 8529109100
UPC 841454118954
ROHS 1

LEARN AND DOCUMENTS

Documentations

Learn

You can find helpful videos on this youtube channel to get started with your RF Explorer!
The official Facebook Page of RF Explorer. You can stay up to date with the guides posting on the RF Explorer Facebook page.
This blog talks about what is an RF Explorer Spectrum Analyzer, the RF Explorer Spectrum Analyzer Product Family, and a comparison of different models.
The official introduction of all RF Explorer models. A Comparison chart is also included.
Official articles and FAQ collection. Our RF specialist have prepared the answer for all questions you might have!
This is a brief demo, simple display of RF Explorer for Windows tool working at 6GHz with a variable span up to 600MHz

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