Motorola GPS Timing 2000 Antenna Technical Characteristics

Motorola GPS Timing 2000 Antenna
Technical Characteristics
General
Characteristics
Performance
Characteristics
Antenna Description
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Active microstrip patch antenna
Molded plastic conical Radome
Aluminum die cast bottom housing
Electrically shielded Low Noise Amplifier assembly
L1 (1575.42 MHz, +/- 2 MHz)
50 Ohm
Filtering
LNA Gain
Noise Figure
Dynamics
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1.5 Typical @ 1575.42 MHz
25 MHz typical (+/- 3 dB points)
Right hand circular
360 degrees
0 degrees to 90 degrees
+2 dBic minimum at zenith
-10 dBic minimum at 0 degrees elevation
40 dB minimum at ± 50 MHz
25 dB (typical) standard model
2.5 dB Maximum
Vibration: SAE J1455
Power Requirements
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5 ± 0.25 Vdc
Power Consumption
Dimensions
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26 mA @ 5 Vdc (typical)
102.0 diameter x 82.0 height (mm)
Weight
Mount
Connector
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312 grams
Center mount (M28 Nut)
N-Connector (Jack style)
Operating Temperature
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-40°C to +85°C
-40°C to +85°C
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85% noncondensing +30°C to +60°C
JIS D0202 (Sunshine Carbon Arc System)
Spray 5% NaCI solvent at +35°C
1 Meter (With connector sealed)
+/- 12 kV
Mounting options:
-Post Mount Bracket (MNT62312B1)
Operating Frequency
Input Impedance
VSWR
Bandwidth
Polarization
Azimuth Coverage
Elevation Coverage
Gain Characteristics of
Antenna Element
Electrical
Characteristics
Physical
Characteristics
Environmental
Characteristics
Miscellaneous
Storage Temperature
Humidity
UV Radiation
Salt Spray Test
Immersion Test
Transient Voltage Test
Optional Features
Note: All measurements are reference to 25° C unless otherwise
indicated
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Telephone:
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