Kent Britain - Senior RF Engineer
Kent Britain has engineered over 800 specialty antennas for a broad range of applications. Custom Antenna Design services, and limited quantities of highly specialized antennas are available. With a large library of tested designs to draw from, Kent Electronic can save your research and develpment dollars, cut your develpment time and have your antenna in production instead of on the design table.
Antenna testing services are also available.
A few of our antennas
Kent Electronics has produced Patch antennas from 800 MHz to 7.5 GHz. The practical range for PCB patch antennas is between 1.5 GHz and 6 GHz. Thus far we have developed patch arrays up to 16 elements. Options include Linear Vertical Polarization, Linear Horizontal Polarization, Circular Polarization and MIMO. Popular in WiFi, and RFID applications
Log Periodic Antenna
Here are examples of Log Periodic Antennas from 300 MHz to 15 GHz on PC Board. The practical range for PCB LP's is between 700 MHz and 10 GHz. Popular in WiFi, RFID, UWB, and Counter Surveillance applications.
PCB Yagi Antennas
Thus far we have produced PCB Yagi antennas between 400 MHz and 6 GHz. But the practical range for PCB Yagi's is between 700 MHz and 2.5 GHz. Designs from 2 to 9 elements have been developed. Popular in WiFi, RFID, Meter Reading, and other telemetry applications.
Here are examples of Vivaldi Antennas from 900 MHz to 35 GHz. Their practical frequency range is between 3 GHz and 25 GHz. In receive only applications, Low Noise amplifiers are easily included in the antenna artwork. Popular in UWB, Dish Feed, and Counter Surveillance applications.
Other antennas produced run a wide range of antenna designs. From Spiral
to Vivaldi, to Scimitar antennas for wide bandwidths. To
Inverted F, Loops, and even slot antennas for narrowband applications.
Yes, we have worked with Fractal Antennas, but their field testing has not
lived up to their hype. And while a Log Periodic does meet the definition
of a Fractal Antenna, we do not have any other Fractal Antennas in
Low Noise Amplifiers, Notch Filters, and even Diplexers or Pass band
filters can be added to the antenna artwork.