Antenna Selection Guides

Do you need help choosing the right Antenna for your application? Do you want to choose an antenna according to frequency bands? Below you will find the links to the Alaris Antenna Selection Guides. Because we have more than 300 antennas available, we have split the guides according to antenna type, with the application areas covered shown in brackets.

In each guide, you will find a section showing the frequency bands that is available for that antenna type. e.g. for LPDA Antennas, it will be 0 MHz to 8GHz. A blue bar with the antenna code to the left will indicate what frequency the antenna covers. Once you have found the antenna that covers the frequency you are looking for, you can scroll down to the table at the bottom of the guide.

This table gives you more details on the antenna you have selected. Here you will find the Product Description, Frequency, Gain,  Polarisation, Physical Dimensions, Mass, Connector type, and Power of the antenna. If you need more information you can click on the antenna code (left side of the table) to go to the product page on our website, where you can find the complete specification sheet.







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We pride ourselves in being part of systems that gathers ELINT information for tactical applications.

Our DF/Monitoring product range is widely used in communications intelligence gathering.

Our solutions for ESM assists in the provision of military intelligence via a range of electromagnetic surveillance and collection devices, giving decision-makers timely insights to use in their electronic protection, electronic attack, or other electronic warfare systems.

We have solutions for ECM applications that are designed to assist in the counter-measure of radar, sonar, and other detection systems.

We have a significant number of antennas that can be used for counter-UAS solutions. The products are designed for use in mobile, base station, and man-portable applications

Typically, these are used to prevent unauthorized communication from functioning, either by preventing communications entirely or by introducing spurious messages into the communications system.

Because of the extremely broad range of frequencies that are used to trigger RCIEDs, an effective wideband antenna system is essential to ensure the best possible protection.

HF radio is also useful for linking remote regions to the outside world while VHF/UHF radio is the perfect tool for field communications between numerous locations.

Ensuring secure communications in military applications is mission-critical. Secure communications protect both classified and unclassified traffic on military communications networks, including voice, video, and data.