HGA-6000
Inmarsat Satcom High Gain Antenna
Data Sheet
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Description
Features
Technical Specifications
The HGA-6000 is the smallest mechanically
steered Aero H/H+, Swift64 & SwiftBroadband
Satcom Antenna. Specifically designed for
mounting under the tail radome of an aircraft,
the HGA-6000 is the first antenna of this type
to accept steering commands directly from
any ARINC 741 compatible Satellite Data Unit.
This eliminates the need to install a separate
Antenna Control Unit (ACU) or Beam Steering
Unit (BSU), reducing system box count, and
improving empennage weight distribution and
installation simplicity.
- Smallest swept volume available for a
mechanically steered high gain antenna
- Higher gain than single helix antenna
designs
- Excess gain can be used for longer RF
cable runs between antenna and DLNA
- Integral Beam Steering Unit with ARINC 429
interface reduces overall box count
- Lightest High Gain Antenna available on
the market
Physical
Length: 256 mm (10”)
Width: 256 mm (10”)
Height: 247 mm (9.7”)
Weight: 1.8 kg (3.96 lbs)
Interfaces
RF
Control: Power:
TNC Male
Multi-pin (MS3476W16-26P)
MXC Female
28 Vdc (nominal) at 800 mA
Qualification
DO 160D: [E1]XAB[BCE][R(E,E1)S(L,M)]EWXXFXZ
[A(WF)B]A[A(WF)B]C[WW]H[A3E3]
XBA
Inmarsat approvals
Service coverage: 89.7%
Type Approval: 0304002RH.A01
07 April 2003 &
AHCH01
26 October 2005
SBB assessment: Multichannel 7th Order PIM
AHCH01
18 September 2008
HGA-6000 High
Gain Antenna
For further information, please contact:
Cobham Antenna Systems, Cape Town
Tel: +27-21-700-7000
Fax: +27-21-700-7199
RF
DLNA
Tx
ARINC-429
Email: swiftbroadband@cobham.com
or :
Rx
High Power
Amplifier
Aircraft
Navigation
System
Distributed By:
Tx
Satellite Data Unit
Issue 1.5
ARINC-429
www.CobhamSwiftBroadband.com