HF Antennas

Antenna Products Supplier of Commercial and Military HF Antennas including rotatable, omni and fixed directional antennas.

Tactical HF Antenna: Offering the HT series of lightweight transportable HF Military antennas, the LP series of tactical antennas suitable for ground-to-air or ground-to-ground communications, CMV Conical Monopoles: 5-30 MHz fixed station antennas suitable for short range groundwave circuits and medium to long range skywave circuits, ICV 2-30 MHz Inverted Cone Vertically Polarized designed for fixed stations and are suitable for skywave propagation for medium to long range circuits.

Antenna Products Corporation manufactures an extensive line of tactical quick erect HF antennas. These antennas are capable of erection in as little as 10 minutes. Some models feature two independent RF inputs and RF power capability up to 14 Kw. Includes the HT series of lightweight transportable HF antennas, the LP series of tactical antennas suitable for ground-to-air or ground-to-ground communications, CMV Conical Monopoles: 5-30 MHz fixed station antennas suitable for short range groundwave circuits and medium to long range skywave circuits, ICV 2-30 MHz Inverted Cone Vertically Polarized designed for fixed stations and are suitable for skywave propagation for medium to long range circuits.

The LP Tactical HF Antenna series are tactical antennas suitable for ground-to-air or ground-to-ground communications over the 30-88 MHz band. The LP-103 is a directional log periodic antenna covering the 40-60 MHz frequency range. It is specifically designed for use in a man pack tactical meteor burst application.

TLP (tactical log periodic) Tactical HF Antenna: The TLP-225 is designed for use in the 225-400 MHz frequency band and is capable of handling 400 watts PEP. The TLP-28 is designed for use in the 28-100 MHz frequency band and is capable of handling 1 kW average. The antenna is suitable for point-to-point communications or for surveillance applications.

VH-830 Tactical HF Antenna: Sloping Vee antenna is a directional, horizontally polarized HF antenna, suitable for communication over medium to long range circuits. The VH-830/T is a directional, transportable HF antenna designed for medium to long range skywave circuits. The antenna is intended for use in the 8 to 30 MHz frequency band.

Dipole Wideband Tactical HF Antenna: DP-208L designed for short to medium range propagation. The DP-312 is a transportable antenna designed for short range skywave circuits. The horizontal polarization permits operation over all types of soil conditions without the need for a ground screen. The antenna operates over the 2 to 30 MHz. The Dipole DP-208L designed for short to medium range propagation. The Dipole DP-312L designed for short to medium range propagation

Shipboard HF Antenna: MPS series shipboard antennas are omni-directional broadband HF vertically polarized Radome antennas, with an instantaneous bandwidth of 2-30 MHz at powers up to 8 kW. Another broadband, vertically polarized antenna is primarily designed for shipboard use, but can also be used as a fixed base station with a suitable ground screen and an HF Whip antenna.

Monopole HF Antenna: A receiving antenna consisting of two arrayed HF monopole antennas that can be configured for either broadside or end-fire radiation in the 2 to 30 MHz frequency range.

Multifunctional Spiral HF Antenna: Multiport antenna systems designed for installations where space is at a premium and the communication requirements are for several circuits simultaneously having a variety of path lengths. All Multi-Port HF antennas include 4 Omni and 1 Directional port in frequencies ranging from 2-30 MHz.

Spiral Omni-directional HF Antenna: Available in 2-30 MHz and 3-30 MHz Log Spiral antennas for short range skywave circuits suitable for short range (0-300 miles) skywave circuits and a 2-30 MHz Four Port Four Arm HF Spiral broadband multimode antenna designed for rooftop mounting or similar limited space applications.

Vertically Polarized Omni Broadband HF Antenna: The VOBA 2-30 MHz, 2.5-30 MHz, 2.7-30 MHz and 3.9-30 MHz antennas are all suitable for skywave propagation from medium to long range circuits.