The radome is a structure that protects the antenna system from the external environment. It has good electromagnetic wave penetration characteristics in electrical properties and can withstand the adverse external environment in mechanical properties. Outdoor antennas usually work in the open air and are directly attacked by storms, snow, ice, dust and solar radiation in nature, which results in reduced accuracy, shortened service life and poor working reliability. Because of the use of the radome environment and electromagnetic wave penetration requirements, so the material requirements are strict. The following by Yari glass steel Xiaobian to introduce you to the next few materials.
First of all, we compare the radome material. Compared with ABS, FRP has better wave transmittance, but worse than ASA, so why do we recommend FRP? ASA’s radome is not destined to be a disposable product, and can be recycled, the slightest mistake will be damaged, and fiberglass, anyway, fiberglass has a steel word, you can go back and forth for 10 years, even in the desert, polar use, cold resistance -45°, heat resistance 80°, outer space is no exception, outer space can withstand minus 200°, At 95 degrees above zero, why wouldn’t I recommend a fiberglass radome?