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File:Hauptsitz der Aaronia AG.jpg
Aaronia Headquarter in Germany
File:8k UHD (7680 × 2160) Demo picture showing a high resolution GSM frequency spectrum.jpg
Aaronia shows world first spectrum analyzer software without resolution limitation. This sample shows an EMC test including some limit lines within the GSM frequency spectrum in UHD 8k (7680×2160 pixel)

Aaronia is an technology manufacturing company based in Germany, specialized in the fields of electronic test equipment, measurement antennas and RF and Microwave shielding solutions. The company provides products for the wireless communications, broadcasting and electronics industry, aerospace and defense and critical infrastructures. Aaronia was founded in 2003 by it´s CEO Thorsten Chmielus.

In 2004 Aaronia shipped its first spectrum analyzer. In 2007 Aaronia announced the latest generation of the SPECTRAN spectrum analyzer, the V4 series.

Aaronia presently manufactures and sells a suite of wireless site survey tools, hand held Analyzers, Spectrum analyzers, Power Meter, Signal Generator, EMC Test Antennas and EMC Test Probes, as well as RF and EMF shielding material.

Product timeline

  • 2004
    • Handheld RF spectrum analyzer "SPECTRAN HF" (covering 10 MHz to 9,4 GHz).
    • LPDA directional antenna series "HyperLOG" (covering 380 MHz to 18 GHz).
  • 2006
    • Handheld EMC spectrum analyzer "SPECTRAN NF" with integrated 3D magnetic sensor (covering 1 Hz to 20 MHz).
  • 2007
    • Handheld RF analyzer "SPECTRAN HF V4" with a sensitivity of max. -170 dBm/Hz DANL (covering 1 MHz to 9,4 GHz).
  • 2008
    • Military standard outdoor spectrum analyzer "HF XFR" and "NF XFR" (covering 1 Hz to 9,4 GHz).
  • 2010
    • Directional tracking antenna "HyperLOG X" with high gain up to 46 dBi (covering 380 MHz to 10 GHz).
    • First generation of EMC/EMI probe Set "PBS" including electric and magnetic probes (covering 1 Hz to 6 GHz).
    • EMC/EMI antenna "HyperLOG EMI" with 0.3 dB accuracy (covering 20 MHz to 6 GHz).
  • 2011
    • Biconical antenna "BicoLOG X" with high gain up to 45dBi (covering 20 MHz to 3 GHz).
    • Battery powered low noise 40 dB RF preamplifier with a frequency range of 1 MHz to 10 GHz.
    • Low height (1U/1HE) 19" rack mount remote spectrum analyzer (covering 1 Hz to 9,4 GHz).
    • First prototype of SPECTRAN V5 real time hand held polyphase spectrum analyzer (covering 1 Hz to 9,4 GHz).
  • 2012
    • Battery powered GPS-Logger including 3D/Triaxial Compass, 3D/Triaxial Accelerometer, 3D/Triaxial Gyro/Tilt Sensor and Altimeter/PressureSensor.
    • Directional magnetic antenna "MagnoTRACKER" covering a six decade frequency range of 1 Hz to 1 MHz.
  • 2013
    • Isotropic RF tracking antenna "IsoLOG 3D" with ultra high gain and covering 380/680 MHz to 18 GHz.
    • Radial isotropic "IsoLOG" antenna with a frequency range of 680 MHz up to 6 GHz.
    • Battery powered low noise 35 dB LF preamplifier with a frequency range of DC (1 Hz) to 60 MHz.
  • 2014
    • Transparent shielding fabric Aaronia Shield ULTRA with 70 dB attenuation
    • GPS Logger with 6 sensors incl. Gyro/Tilt Sensor, Compass, Accelerometer, USB, µSD
    • High Power Horn Antenna Series PowerLOG (700 MHz - 18 GHz)
  • 2015
    • Magnetic Tracking Antenna Series "MDF" (9 kHz - 400 MHz)
    • RF / EMC Camera System SPECTRAN RF VIEW
    • Realtime Hand Held Polyphase Filter Spectrum Analyzer V5 (1 Hz to 20 GHz)

External links


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