GPF 22 N VHF Base Station Antenna 135...175 MHz TYPICAL TUNING DIAGRAMS !
TYPICAL TUNING DIAGRAMS GPF 22 N VHF Base Station Antenna 135...175 MHz NOTE: ! Use the curves just as a guide. For fine-tuning please use an SWR-Meter. MATCHING & BANDWIDTH DIAGRAMS HI-QUALITY ANTENNAS MADE IN ITALY B Copyright SIRIO antenne - Technical Data are subjected to change - Printed in ITALY - Rev. 07/07/2006 - Cod. ID271 DESCRIPTION MOUNTING AND TUNING INSTRUCTIONS 2x5/8 l Ground Plane base station colinear antenna for land and marine service. It works on 135...175 MHz by using the cutting diagram enclosed. The matching coil is DC feeded for a perfect protection from the static discharges. GPF 22-N is made of fiberglass, non-corrosive aluminium, stainless steel and its die-cast strong base assures the maximum robustness and the best performance. Tuning is easy by following the attached directions SPECIFICATIONS Electrical Data Type Frequency Range Impedance Radiation (H-Plane) Radiation (E-Plane) Radiation Angle deg. Polarization Gain Bandwidth @ SWR £ 2 SWR @ res. freq. Max Power Grounding Protection Connector : 2 x 5/8 l Ground Plane Colinear : 135...175 MHz tunable by cutting : 50 W : 360° Omnidirectional : Beamwidth at -3 dB = 35° : 0° : Linear Vertical : 3.8 dBd, 5.95 dBi : see diagram : see diagram : 200 Watts : All metal parts are DC-grounded, the inner conductor is coupled capacitively : N-female, Gold Plated central pin Mechanical Data Materials Wind Load / Resistance Wind Surface Height (approx.) Weight (approx.) Radial Length (approx.) Mounting Mast : Fiberglass, Aluminium, Brass, Stainless steel : 95 N at 150 Km/h / 150 Km/h : 0.08 m2 : 3230 mm : 1630 gr : 495 mm : Æ 35-54 mm HI-QUALITY ANTENNAS MADE IN ITALY ID271 Bottom view N-female connector ATTENTION!! Cut the whips on the bottom sides only 4 1 3 2 1) Unlock the hexagonal socket bottom screw using the enclosed key. 2) Remove the internal coil. 3) Remove the top cap and push the internal whip to the top 4) Pull the internal whip and re_ move it. 5) Unlock the central coil. Choose the working frequency and cut the whips according to the suitable “Typical tuning diagram”. NOTE: Use the curves just as a guide. For fine-tuning please use an SWR-Meter. 6) Insert the whip from the bottom 7) Mount and lock the coil, assem_ ble the top cap. 8) Lock the bottom screw. 9) Finally assemble the radials and the side mounting bracket. 5 8 6 7 9
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