Druckschrift 99810510, Broadcast Antenna Systems for FM, TV

Druckschrift 99810510, Broadcast Antenna Systems for FM, TV
Broadcast Antenna Systems
for FM, TV, MMDS, DAB and DVB
Photo on title page: Antenna System with 12 bays for DVB-T.
Catalogue Issue 06/2007
Kathrein Plant IV near Rosenheim, Germany
Kathrein Broadcast Antennas
Kathrein is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of professional broadcast antenna
systems, including a full range of transmitting antennas for FM, TV, MMDS, DAB and
DVB broadcasting.
KATHREIN-Werke KG was founded in 1919 in Rosenheim, Germany, to produce
antennas and lightning protection equipment.
Since 1955 Kathrein has been supplying professional antenna systems of all sizes to
broadcasters in every part of the world, from Canada to China and from Norway to South
Africa.
Right from the start Kathrein has maintained a high level of engineering capability.
Today there is a team of antenna and mechanical engineers dealing exclusively with
broadcast transmitting antennas.
This highly qualified engineering team is responsible for:
– Design of components (antennas, power splitters, etc.).
– Design and optimization of complete antenna systems.
– Installation and testing of antenna systems.
– Project management.
Kathrein can provide turn-key installations in cooperation with other contractors or using
the customer’s installation personnel.
Customers are welcome to take advantage of the technical expertise available from
Kathrein and to discuss their specific requirements. If your needs cannot be met with
our standard components we are prepared to develop special solutions for you.
Kathrein’s quality management system is certified in accordance with ISO 9001, which
includes not only all manufacturing operations, but also design processes.
“Quality leads the way”
As the world’s oldest and largest antenna manufacturer, we live up to our claim “Quality
leads the way” on a daily basis. One of the fundamental principles is to always be on the
lookout for the best solution for our customer.
Our quality assurance system and our environmental management system apply to the
entire company and are certified by TÜV according to EN ISO 9001 and EN ISO 14001.
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Please note:
As a result of more stringent legal regulations and judgements regarding product
liability, we are obliged to point out certain risks that may arise when products are
used under extraordinary operating conditions.
The mechanical design is based on the environmental conditions as stipulated in
ETS 300 019-1-4, which include the static mechanical load imposed on an antenna by
wind at maximum velocity.
Extraordinary operating conditions, such as heavy icing or exceptional dynamic stress
(e.g. strain caused by oscillating support structures), may result in the breakage of an
antenna or even cause it to fall to the ground.
These facts must be considered during the site planning process.
The maximum wind velocities listed should be understood in the sense of working values
according to DIN and EN standards. These values include a safety factor below the
ultimate limit state (elastic limit or permanent deformation). For these wind velocities we
guarantee the mechanical safety and the electrical integrity of our antennas.
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Band I (VHF) Antenna Systems
47 ... 88 MHz
Band I (VHF) Antennas
47 ... 88 MHz
Antenna Systems
The antenna systems listed are
examples of typical configurations.
The mechanical and electrical data
can be used to estimate gain, size
and mechanical loads of a system.
The final configuration and technical
data of an individually designed
antenna system, meeting the
customer’s specific needs, will be
determined by the Kathrein engineers.
Antennas, Power Splitters and
Accessories
The basic antennas and related components shown in this catalog are only
a small portion of the Kathrein broadcast product line.
Many special versions are available,
with different connectors, higher power
ratings, and other features such as
special probes or extra ice protection.
Your enquiries are most welcome and
we would like to discuss your special
requirements.
Band II (FM) Antenna Systems
87.5 – 108 MHz
Band II (FM) Antennas
87.5 – 108 MHz
Band III (VHF) Antenna Systems
174 – 230 MHz
Band III (VHF) Antennas
174 – 230 MHz
Band IV/ V (UHF) Antenna Systems
470 – 862 MHz
Band IV/ V (UHF) Antennas
470 – 862 MHz
L Band Antenna Systems
1452 – 1492 MHz
L Band Antennas
1452 – 1492 MHz
MMDS
2500 – 2700 MHz
Relay Receiving Antennas
and Special Antenna Systems
Power Splitters
Further Components
Technical Annex
Summary of Types
The articles are listed by type number in numerical order.
Type No.
Page
715 ...
Type No.
Page
Type No.
Page
Type No.
Page
750 10060
108
751 10282
144
764 487
143
751 10283
144
764 488
143
764 489
143
764 491
143
764 493
143
764 494
143
764 495
143
764 496
143
764 497
143
764 499
143
715 022
94
750 10062
109
715 849
36
750 10082
100
750 10083
100
750 10085
73
732 ...
732 319
157
750 10086
45
732 327
157
750 10094
128
752 ...
752 183
754 ...
754 154
734 ...
43
750 101..
734 360
157
750 10112
110
755 ...
734 361
157
750 10113
110
755 587
734 362
157
750 10114
110
734 363
157
750 10115
110
757 ...
734 364
157
750 10116
110
757 629
734 365
157
750 10117
110
750 10118
110
759 ...
750 10120
111
759 044
750 100..
6
38
43
765 ...
765 537
132
765 814
143
765 815
143
765 816
143
158
765 817
143
43
750 10008
38
750 10122
111
759 13232
117
765 818
143
750 10012
103
750 10124
111
759 13851
116
765 819
143
750 10013
103
750 10125
111
759 14152
118
765 820
143
750 10016
102
750 10128
113
765 821
143
750 10017
102
750 10130
112
761 ...
765 822
143
750 10022
44
750 10131
112
761 327
765 823
143
750 10023
44
750 10132
112
765 824
143
750 10025
82
750 10183
40
765 825
143
750 10026
82
750 10190
127
762 109
43
765 826
143
750 10031
102
750 10191
127
762 943
50
765 827
143
750 10032
102
750 10194
128
765 828
143
750 10033
75
765 829
143
750 10034
51
751 ...
750 10035
51
751 10215
145
750 10045
101
751 10216
145
764 ...
750 10046
101
751 10217
145
764 485
750 10047
101
751 10281
144
764 486
105
762 ...
763 ...
763 715
50
766 ...
766 393
132
143
766 394
132
143
766 396
133
Summary of Types
The articles are listed by type number in numerical order.
Type No.
Page
Type No.
Page
Type No.
Page
Type No.
Page
766 397
133
768 331
144
770 518
143
772 999
103
766 398
133
768 332
144
770 519
143
766 400
133
768 333
144
770 520
143
773 ...
766 401
133
768 334
144
770 521
143
773 000
103
766 402
133
768 335
144
770 652
121
773 332
103
766 404
133
768 336
144
770 653
124
773 333
103
766 405
133
768 340
144
770 721
129
773 361
80
766 406
133
768 341
144
770 722
129
773 643
70
766 614
84
768 342
144
770 732
120
768 343
144
770 733
120
768 344
144
770 776
49
774 038
95
767 ...
774 ...
767 006
106
768 345
144
770 777
49
774 039
95
767 141
70
768 476
41
770 793
120
774 040
95
767 194
132
768 494
75
770 794
120
774 041
95
767 195
132
770 795
120
774 046
95
767 196
132
769 ...
770 881
106
774 047
95
767 198
133
769 006
80
770 947
122
774 052
96
767 199
133
769 731
99
770 948
123
774 321
37
767 200
133
767 202
133
770 ...
767 203
133
770 144
143
771 038
130
775 000
53
767 204
133
770 145
143
771 304
107
775 001
53
767 206
133
770 146
143
771 870
129
775 002
53
767 207
133
770 147
143
771 917
126
775 130
50
767 208
133
770 148
143
775 738
48
767 230
132
770 149
143
772 ...
775 838
48
767 231
132
770 510
143
772 310
125
775 861
107
767 232
132
770 511
143
772 500
39
767 234
132
770 512
143
772 501
39
767 235
132
770 513
143
772 502
39
767 236
132
770 514
143
772 549
103
770 515
143
772 550
103
770 516
143
772 899
81
770 517
143
772 900
81
768 ...
768 000
72
771 ...
775 ...
...
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Summary of Types
The articles are listed by type number in numerical order.
Type No.
Page
776 ...
Page
Type No.
Page
Type No.
K 52 31 188
36
K 61 14 01
155
K 73 ...
Page
776 012
135
K 52 31 51
71
K 61 14 02
155
K 73 31 41
98
776 015
104
K 52 31 57
71
K 61 14 03
155
K 73 31 47
98
776 064
83
K 52 31 81 7
16
K 61 14 04
155
776 165
97
K 52 31 82 7
16
K 61 14 05
155
776 166
97
K 52 31 83 7
16
K 61 15 11
156
776 167
97
K 52 31 84 7
16
K 61 15 12
156
776 168
97
K 52 31 85 7
16
K 61 15 13
156
776 202
97
K 52 31 86 7
16
K 61 15 21
156
776 203
97
K 52 33 57
67
K 61 15 22
156
K 52 33 58
67
K 61 15 23
156
K 52 34 17
38
K 61 15 31
156
K 52 ...
8
Type No.
K 52 07 517
78
K 52 34 517
69
K 61 15 32
156
K 52 07 527
78
K 52 34 527
69
K 61 15 33
156
K 52 07 537
78
K 52 34 81 7
17
K 61 15 41
156
K 52 14 17
47
K 52 34 82 7
17
K 61 15 42
156
K 52 14 517
77
K 52 34 83 7
17
K 61 15 43
156
K 52 14 527
77
K 52 34 84 7
17
K 61 15 52
156
K 52 16 81 7
18
K 52 34 85 7
17
K 61 15 61
156
K 52 16 82 7
18
K 52 34 86 7
17
K 61 15 62
156
K 52 16 83 7
18
K 52 40 17
46
K 61 16 01
158
K 52 16 84 7
18
K 52 40 517
74
K 61 16 02
158
K 52 16 85 7
18
K 52 40 527
74
K 61 30 1
155
K 52 16 86 7
18
K 61 30 2
155
K 52 17 517
76
K 53 ...
K 52 17 527
76
K 53 32 187
42
K 72 ...
K 52 17 537
76
K 53 32 188
42
K 72 23 41
105
K 52 22 17
52
K 53 33 57
68
K 72 23 47
105
K 52 22 51
79
K 53 33 58
68
K 72 31 47
94
K 52 22 57
79
K 72 31 57
104
K 52 30 57
66
K 61 ...
K 72 36 41
93
K 52 30 58
66
K 61 12 0
158
K 72 36 47
93
K 52 31 187
36
K 61 13 0
158
Systems
47... 88 MHz
Antenna Systems
47 ... 88 MHz
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TV Transmitting Antenna
with dipole panels K 52 31 8..
47 … 88 MHz
Antenna array of dipole panels K 52 31 8.. for different radiation patterns, especially suitable
for mounting on square masts.
●
The feeder network is made up of coaxial power splitters and flexible connecting cables in
accordance with the radiation patterns specification and the transmitting power.
Max. power
Vertical radiation pattern
Horizontal radiation pattern
Half antenna splitting
Pressurization
Painting
Grounding
Max. wind velocity
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN.
One channel in Band I (47 … 88 MHz)
s < 1.05 in one channel
50 Ω
Horizontal
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN
are used throughout the system,
allowing easy assembly and maintenance.
According to customer’s requirements.
Null fill and beam tilt upon request.
Omnidirectional, directional or custom-designed.
Upon request, the antenna can be divided into
2 halves (for measurement and maintenance).
The 2 halves are connected by a
2-way power splitter or patch panel.
Splitters and connecting cables can be supplied
with dry air (please specify when ordering).
If required, the antenna is painted in aviation
warning colours.
Via mounting parts.
225 km/h
H
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Impedance
Polarization
Internal connections
S
●
No. of Panels Gain* Weight in kg (without mounting hardware)
Windload in kN (160 km/h)
Antenna height H in m (Spacing S in m)
bays per
in dB
Frequency in MHz
Frequency in MHz
Frequency in MHz
bay
47–54 54–61 60–68 66–72 76–82 82–88 47–54 54–61 60–68 66–72 76–82 82–88 47–54 54–61 60–68 66–72 76–82 82–88
2
3
4
2
3
4
2
3
4
2
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
4
6
8
2
3
4
2
3
4
2
3
4
2
3
4
2
3
4
5.4
3.5
2.0
8.4
6.6
5.0
11.5
9.6
8.1
13.3
11.4
9.9
14.5
12.6
11.1
280
450
620
620
950
1250
1250
1750
2500
1750
2770
3700
2500
3700
4920
250
400
540
540
840
1100
1100
1550
2200
1550
2450
3260
2200
3260
4350
220
350
460
460
750
970
970
1480
1960
1480
2200
2920
1960
2920
3900
200
320
440
440
700
900
900
1360
1800
1360
2000
2700
1800
2700
3560
190
300
420
420
660
850
850
1300
1710
1300
1900
2550
1710
2550
3370
180
300
400
400
630
800
800
1250
1630
1250
1820
2420
1630
2420
3200
4.0
6.0
7.3
8.0
12.0
14.5
16.0
24.0
29.0
24.1
36.0
43.6
32.1
48.1
58.1
3.5
5.3
6.5
7.0
10.6
13.0
14.0
21.2
26.0
21.0
31.8
39.0
28.0
42.4
52.0
3.3
5.0
6.0
6.5
10.0
12.0
13.0
20.0
24.0
19.5
30.0
36.0
26.0
40.0
48.0
3.2
4.8
5.9
6.3
9.6
11.8
12.6
19.2
23.6
18.9
28.8
35.4
25.2
38.4
47.2
* Referred to λ/2 dipole. Attenuation of the internal cabling and the gain-decrease
in case of null fill in the vertical radiation pattern are not considered.
Approximate values for gain decrease:
cable attenuation:
0.2 – 0.5 dB
null fill:
0.3 – 1.0 dB
Gain figures are valid for the direction of maximum radiation (see diagrams on
following page).
10
2.8
4.2
5.3
5.6
8.5
10.5
11.2
17.0
21.0
16.8
25.5
31.5
22.4
34.0
42.0
2.6
3.9
4.8
5.2
7.8
9.5
10.4
15.6
19.0
15.6
23.4
28.5
20.8
31.2
38.0
4.5
4.0
3.6
3.3
2.9
2.7
10.9
(6.4)
9.6
(5.6)
8.6
(5.0)
8.0
(4.7)
7.0
(4.1)
6.5
(3.8)
23.7
(6.4)
20.8
(5.6)
18.6
(5.0)
17.4
(4.7)
15.2
(4.1)
14.1
(3.8)
36.5
(6.4)
32.0
(5.6)
28.6
(5.0)
26.7
(4.7)
23.3
(4.1)
21.7
(3.8)
49.3
(6.4)
43.2
(5.6)
38.6
(5.0)
36.1
(4.7)
31.5
(4.1)
29.3
(3.8)
Systems
47... 88 MHz
TV Transmitting Antenna
with dipole panels K 52 31 8..
47 … 88 MHz
Horizontal Radiation Patterns
Vertical Radiation Patterns
Examples of typical horizontal
antenna arrays and their horizontal radiation patterns
for minimal mast dimensions.
Examples of typical vertical
radiation patterns*) for several bays
of identical, vertically stacked
antenna arrays.
2 bays
Equal power splitting
1,0
E rel
0,5
0
10
20
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
4 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
3
0
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
10
20
0
Equal power splitting
Different power splitting
4/10 P
6 bays
1,0
E rel
1/10 P
0,5
4/10 P
0
10
20
1/10 P
8 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
0
dB
3
3
dB
10
10
0
10
20
*)
without null fill
with null fill and beam tilt
0
11
TV Transmitting Antenna
with dipole panels K 52 34 8..
47 … 88 MHz
Antenna array of dipole panels K 52 34 8.. for different radiation patterns, especially suitable
for mounting on triangular or round masts.
●
The feeder network is made up of coaxial power splitters and flexible connecting cables in
accordance with the radiation patterns specification and the transmitting power.
Max. power
Vertical radiation pattern
Horizontal radiation pattern
Half antenna splitting
Pressurization
Painting
Grounding
Max. wind velocity
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN.
One channel in Band I (47 … 88 MHz)
s < 1.05 in one channel
50 Ω
Horizontal
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN
are used throughout the system,
allowing easy assembly and maintenance.
According to customer’s requirements.
Null fill and beam tilt upon request.
Omnidirectional, directional or custom-designed.
Upon request, the antenna can be divided into
2 halves (for measurement and maintenance).
The 2 halves are connected by a
2-way power splitter or patch panel.
Splitters and connecting cables can be supplied
with dry air (please specify when ordering).
If required, the antenna is painted in aviation
warning colours.
Via mounting parts.
225 km/h
H
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Impedance
Polarization
Internal connections
S
●
No. of Panels Gain* Weight in kg (without mounting hardware)
Windload in kN (160 km/h)
Antenna height H in m (Spacing S in m)
bays per
in dB
Frequency in MHz
Frequency in MHz
Frequency in MHz
bay
47–54 54–61 60–68 66–72 76–82 82–88 47–54 54–61 60–68 66–72 76–82 82–88 47–54 54–61 60–68 66–72 76–82 82–88
2
3
4
2
3
4
2
3
4
2
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
4
6
8
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
2
3
3.9
1.7
6.9
4.7
9.9
7.7
11.7
9.5
12.9
10.7
310
470
650
990
1310
1910
1910
2820
2600
3800
275
410
550
820
1095
1645
1645
2645
2190
3290
250
375
500
750
1000
1500
1500
2250
2000
3000
235
350
470
700
935
1405
1405
2105
1870
2810
205
310
410
620
825
1235
1235
1855
1650
2470
195
290
390
580
775
1165
1165
1745
1550
2330
3.9
5.7
7.9
11.4
15.8
22.8
23.6
31.5
34.2
45.6
3.4
5.1
6.7
10.1
14.4
20.2
20.1
30.3
26.8
40.4
3.3
4.8
6.5
9.6
13.0
19.2
19.5
28.8
26.0
38.4
3.0
4.4
6.0
8.8
12.0
17.6
18.0
26.4
24.0
35.2
* Referred to λ/2 dipole. Attenuation of the internal cabling and the gain-decrease
in case of null fill in the vertical radiation pattern are not considered.
Approximate values for gain decrease:
cable attenuation:
0.2 – 0.5 dB
null fill:
0.3 – 1.0 dB
Gain figures are valid for the direction of maximum radiation (see diagrams on
following page).
12
2.8
4.1
5.5
8.1
11.0
16.2
16.5
24.3
22.0
32.4
2.5
3.8
5.0
7.5
10.0
15.0
15.0
22.5
20.0
30.0
4.5
4.0
3.6
3.3
2.9
2.7
10.9
(6.4)
23.7
(6.4)
36.5
(6.4)
49.3
(6.4)
9.6
(5.6)
20.8
(5.6)
32.0
(5.6)
43.2
(5.6)
8.6
(5.0)
18.6
(5.0)
28.6
(5.0)
38.6
(5.0)
8.0
(4.7)
17.4
(4.7)
26.7
(4.7)
36.1
(4.7)
7.0
(4.1)
15.2
(4.1)
23.3
(4.1)
31.5
(4.1)
6.5
(3.8)
14.1
(3.8)
21.7
(3.8)
29.3
(3.8)
Systems
47... 88 MHz
TV Transmitting Antenna
with dipole panels K 52 34 8..
47 … 88 MHz
Horizontal Radiation Patterns
Vertical Radiation Patterns
Examples of typical horizontal
antenna arrays and their horizontal radiation patterns
for minimal mast dimensions.
Examples of typical vertical
radiation patterns*) for several bays
of identical, vertically stacked
antenna arrays.
2 bays
Equal power splitting
1,0
E rel
60°
0,5
0
10
20
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
4 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
3
0
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
10
20
0
Different power splitting
3/4 P
3/7 P
6 bays
1,0
E rel
60°
0,5
0
1/7 P
1/4 P
10
20
3/7 P
8 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
0
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
10
20
*)
without null fill
with null fill and beam tilt
0
13
14
Antennas
47... 88 MHz
Antennas for TV in lower VHF Band
47 ... 88 MHz
Model Types:
K 52 16 8. ., K 52 31 8. ., K 52 34 8. .
Type No.
Description
Frequency range
Gain
Polarization
Page
K 52 31 8. .
Directional Antenna, steel
47 ... 88 MHz
7.5 dB
horizontal
16
K 52 34 8. .
Directional Antenna, steel
47 ... 88 MHz
7.0 dB
horizontal
17
K 52 16 8. .
8 Element Yagi Antenna,
aluminum
47 ... 88 MHz
6.0 dB
horizontal or
vertical
18
15
K 52 31 8. .
Directional Antenna
47 ... 88 MHz
●
●
Directional antenna of hot-dip galvanized steel.
Especially suitable for square and round masts.
Radiation Patterns
(at mid-band)
72°
3
dB
10
0
in E-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
56°
3
Length see table
dB
10
0
in H-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
Type No.
Order No.
K 52 31 81 7
601 070
K 52 31 82 7
601 071
Frequency range
Channel
47 – 54 MHz
2
54 – 61 MHz
3
2
Input
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Polarization
Impedance
Max. power
Dimensions in mm
A
B
C
Weight in kg
Wind load in kN (at v = 160 km/h)
frontal
lateral
Max. wind velocity
3360
3200
1330
140
2960
2800
1180
124
2.60
1.30
2.30
1.20
K 52 31 83 7
601 072
K 52 31 84 7
601 819
K 52 31 85 7
601 820
K 52 31 86 7
601 821
60 – 68 MHz 66 – 72 MHz 76 – 82 MHz
4
3
4
5
7-16 female (type gas-stop)
< 1.15
7.5 dB
Horizontal (vertical upon request)
50 Ω
6 kW (higher power upon request)
2640
2470
2165
2500
2340
2040
1060
995
875
110
100
94
82 – 88 MHz
2.10
1.10
2.05
1.10
1.80
1.00
6
2015
1900
820
89
1.60
0.90
225 km/h
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel. Radome: Fiberglass.
Mounting:
Mounting hardware and mounting dimensions upon request.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
The antenna is especially suitable as a component in arrays to achieve various radiation
patterns. Particularly for square and round masts.
Special features:
The antenna is shipped dismounted.
Ice protection:
Even under severe icy conditions the antenna is still functional due to its heavy-duty
construction and the fiberglass covers for the feeding points.
Scope of supply:
Antenna consisting of two half-wave dipoles with reflector screens.
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●
Antennas
47... 88 MHz
K 52 34 8. .
Directional Antenna
47 ... 88 MHz
Directional antenna of hot-dip galvanized steel.
Especially suitable for triangular and round masts.
Radiation Patterns
(at mid-band)
80°
3
dB
10
0
in E-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
56°
3
0
Length see table
in H-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
Type No.
Order No.
K 52 34 81 7
602 037
K 52 34 82 7
602 038
Frequency range
Channel
47 – 54 MHz
2
54 – 61 MHz
3
2
Input
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Polarization
Impedance
Max. power
Dimensions in mm
A
B
C
Weight in kg
Wind load in kN (at v = 160 km/h)
frontal
lateral
Max. wind velocity
dB
10
3360
3200
1330
148
2960
2800
1180
137
2.60
1.30
2.20
1.20
K 52 34 83 7
602 039
K 52 34 84 7
602 040
K 52 34 85 7
602 041
K 52 34 86 7
602 042
60 – 68 MHz 66 – 72 MHz 76 – 82 MHz
4
3
4
5
7-16 female
< 1.15
7 dB
Horizontal
50 Ω
6 kW (higher power on request)
2640
2470
2165
2500
2340
2040
1060
995
875
125
117
103
82 – 88 MHz
2.05
1.15
1.90
1.10
1.70
1.00
6
2015
1900
820
97
1.55
0.95
225 km/h
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel. Radome: Fiberglass.
Mounting:
Mounting hardware and mounting dimensions upon request.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
The antenna is especially suitable as a component in arrays to achieve various radiation
patterns. Particularly for triangular and round masts.
Special features:
The antenna is shipped dismounted.
Ice protection:
Even under icy conditions the antenna keeps operating due to the radomes covering the feed
areas.
Scope of supply:
Antenna consisting of two half-wave dipoles with reflector screens.
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K 52 16 8. .
Directional Antenna
47 ... 88 MHz
●
8 element Yagi-antenna of weather-proof aluminum, fiberglass-elements
with encapsulated copper stranded wire.
Radiation Patterns
(at mid-band)
68°
3
dB
10
0
in E-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
C
128°
A
B
10
3
dB
Length see table
0
in H-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
Type No.
Order No.
K 52 16 81 7
600 223
K 52 16 82 7
600 225
Frequency range
47 – 54 MHz
2
54 – 61 MHz
3
2
Channel
Input
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Polarization
Impedance
Max. power
Dimensions in mm
A
B
C
Weight in kg
Wind load in N (at v = 160 km/h)
Horizontally polarized
frontal
lateral
Vertically polarized
frontal
lateral
Packing in cm
Max. wind velocity
K 52 16 83 7
600 227
K 52 16 84 7
601 822
K 52 16 85 7
601 823
K 52 16 86 7
601 824
82 – 88 MHz
3500
3000
2225
18
60 – 68 MHz 66 – 72 MHz 76 – 82 MHz
4
3
4
5
7-16 female
< 1.15
6 dB
Horizontal or vertical by conversion of the clamps
50 Ω
200 W (higher power upon request)
2950
2700
2420
2120
2510
2240
2070
1810
1950
1740
1610
1410
15
12.5
11.5
10
715
675
715
790
615
575
615
675
540
475
540
615
330 x 76 x 13
275 x 76 x 13
250 x 76 x 13
6
1970
1680
1310
9
500
440
500
565
440
375
440
500
400
350
400
465
222 x 76 x 13
192 x 76 x13
177 x 76 x 13
160 km/h
Material:
Support: Weather-proof aluminum. Elements: Fiberglass with inlaid copper wire.
Cover: Fiberglass. Clamp: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Mounting:
To pipes of 60 – 115 mm diameter by means of mounting clamps, supplied.
Special features:
The antenna is shipped dismounted.
Combinations:
Two or more antennas can be combined to achieve higher gain and longer, narrower
beam width.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
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Systems
87.5 – 108 MHz
Antenna Systems
87.5 – 108 MHz
19
FM Transmitting Antenna
with dipole panels K 52 31 1. .
87.5 – 108 MHz
Antenna array of dipole panels K 52 31 1. . for different radiation patterns, especially suitable
for mounting on square masts.
●
The feeder network is made up of coaxial power splitters and flexible connecting cables in
accordance with the radiation patterns specification and the transmitting power.
Impedance
Polarization
Internal connections
Max. power
Vertical radiation pattern
Horizontal radiation pattern
Half antenna splitting
Pressurization
Painting
Grounding
Max. wind velocity
No.
of
bays
Panels
per
bay
1
2
3
4
5.0
3.5
2.0
2
2
3
4
4
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN.
87.5 – 108 MHz
s < 1.2 throughout the whole frequency range.
Lower VSWR for single channels upon request.
50 Ω
Horizontal or vertical
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN
are used throughout the system,
allowing easy assembly and maintenance.
According to customer’s requirements.
Null fill and beam tilt upon request.
Omnidirectional, directional or custom-designed.
Upon request, the antenna can be divided into
2 halves (for measurement and maintenance).
The 2 halves are connected by a
2-way power splitter or patch panel.
Splitters and connecting cables can be supplied
with dry air (please specify when ordering).
If required, the antenna is painted in aviation
warning colours.
Via mounting parts.
225 km/h
Gain*
(at mid-band)
dB
times
Weight
(without mounting
hardware) kg
Antenna
height H
m
Windload
(v = 160 km/h)
kN
3.2
2.2
1.6
140
200
260
2.5
2.7
4.0
4.7
8.0
6.5
5.0
6.3
4.5
3.2
260
400
530
5.7
5.5
8.0
9.5
2
3
4
11.0
9.5
8.0
12.6
8.9
6.3
530
790
1080
12.1
11.0
16.0
19.0
6
2
3
4
12.8
11.3
9.7
19.1
13.0
9.3
790
1200
1610
18.5
16.5
24.0
28.5
8
2
3
4
14.0
12.5
11.0
25.1
17.8
12.6
1080
1610
2150
24.9
22.0
32.0
38.0
* Referred to λ/2 dipole. Attenuation of the internal cabling and the gain-decrease
in case of null fill in the vertical radiation pattern are not considered.
Approximate values for gain decrease:
cable attenuation:
0.2 – 0.5 dB
null fill:
0.3 – 1.0 dB
Gain figures are valid for the direction of maximum radiation (see diagrams on
following page).
20
H
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
3200 mm
●
Horizontal Radiation Patterns
Vertical Radiation Patterns
Examples of typical horizontal
antenna arrays and their horizontal radiation patterns
for minimal mast dimensions.
Examples of typical vertical
radiation patterns*) for several bays
of identical, vertically stacked
antenna arrays.
Systems
87.5 – 108 MHz
FM Transmitting Antenna
with dipole panels K 52 31 1. .
87.5 – 108 MHz
2 bays
Equal power splitting
1,0
E rel
0,5
0
10
20
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
4 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
3
0
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
10
20
0
Equal power splitting
Different power splitting
4/10 P
6 bays
1,0
E rel
1/10 P
0,5
4/10 P
0
10
20
1/10 P
8 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
0
dB
3
3
dB
10
10
0
10
20
*)
without null fill
with null fill and beam tilt
0
21
FM Transmitting Antenna
with dipole panels K 52 34 1.
87.5 – 108 MHz
Antenna array of dipole panels K 52 34 1. for different radiation patterns, especially suitable
for mounting on triangular or round masts.
●
The feeder network is made up of coaxial power splitters and flexible connecting cables in
accordance with the radiation patterns specification and the transmitting power.
Impedance
Polarization
Internal connections
Max. power
Vertical radiation pattern
Horizontal radiation pattern
Half antenna splitting
Pressurization
Painting
Grounding
Max. wind velocity
No.
of
bays
Panels
per
bay
1
2
3
3.9
1.7
2
2
3
4
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN.
87.5 – 108 MHz
s < 1.2 throughout the whole frequency range.
Lower VSWR for single channels upon request.
50 Ω
Horizontal
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN
are used throughout the system,
allowing easy assembly and maintenance.
According to customer’s requirements.
Null fill and beam tilt upon request.
Omnidirectional, directional or custom-designed.
Upon request, the antenna can be divided into
2 halves (for measurement and maintenance).
The 2 halves are connected by a
2-way power splitter or patch panel.
Splitters and connecting cables can be supplied
with dry air (please specify when ordering).
If required, the antenna is painted in aviation
warning colours.
Via mounting parts.
225 km/h
Gain*
(at mid-band)
dB
times
Weight
(without mounting
hardware) kg
Antenna
height H
m
Windload
(v = 160 km/h)
kN
2.5
1.5
150
220
2.5
3.0
4.2
6.9
4.7
4.9
3.0
290
420
5.7
6.0
8.4
2
3
9.9
7.7
9.8
5.9
560
850
12.1
12.0
16.8
6
2
3
11.7
9.5
14.8
8.9
850
1290
18.5
18.0
25.2
8
2
3
12.9
10.7
19.5
11.7
1150
1700
24.9
24.0
33.6
* Referred to λ/2 dipole. Attenuation of the internal cabling and the gain-decrease
in case of null fill in the vertical radiation pattern are not considered.
Approximate values for gain decrease:
cable attenuation:
0.2 – 0.5 dB
null fill:
0.3 – 1.0 dB
Gain figures are valid for the direction of maximum radiation (see diagrams on
following page).
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H
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
3200 mm
●
Horizontal Radiation Patterns
Vertical Radiation Patterns
Examples of typical horizontal
antenna arrays and their horizontal radiation patterns
for minimal mast dimensions.
Examples of typical vertical
radiation patterns*) for several bays
of identical, vertically stacked
antenna arrays.
Systems
87.5 – 108 MHz
FM Transmitting Antenna
with dipole panels K 52 34 1.
87.5 – 108 MHz
2 bays
Equal power splitting
1,0
E rel
60°
0,5
0
10
20
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
4 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
3
0
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
10
20
0
Different power splitting
3/4 P
6 bays
3/7 P
1,0
E rel
60°
0,5
1/7 P
0
1/4 P
10
20
3/7 P
8 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
0
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
10
20
*)
without null fill
with null fill and beam tilt
0
23
FM Transmitting Antenna
with dipole panels K 53 32 1. .
87.5 – 108 MHz
Antenna array of circularly polarized dipole panels K 53 32 1. . for different radiation patterns,
especially suitable for mounting on square masts.
●
The feeder network is made up of coaxial power splitters and flexible connecting cables
in accordance with the radiation patterns specification and the transmitting power.
Impedance
Polarization
Internal connections
Max. power
Vertical radiation pattern
Horizontal radiation pattern
Half antenna splitting
Pressurization
Painting
Grounding
Max. wind velocity
No.
of
bays
Panels
per
bay
1
2
3
4
2.0
0.5
–1.0
2
2
3
4
4
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN.
87.5 – 108 MHz
s < 1.2 throughout the whole frequency range.
Lower VSWR for single channels upon request.
50 Ω
Linear, circular or elliptical
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN
are used throughout the system,
allowing easy assembly and maintenance.
According to customer’s requirements.
Null fill and beam tilt upon request.
Omnidirectional, directional or custom-designed.
Upon request, the antenna can be divided into
2 halves (for measurement and maintenance).
The 2 halves are connected by a
2-way power splitter or patch panel.
Splitters and connecting cables can be supplied
with dry air (please specify when ordering).
If required, the antenna is painted in aviation
warning colours.
Via mounting parts.
225 km/h
Gain*
(at mid-band)
dB
times
Weight
(without mounting
hardware) kg
Antenna
height H
m
Windload
(v = 160 km/h)
kN
1.6
1.1
0.8
200
320
420
2.2
5.0
3.5
2.0
3.2
2.4
1.6
420
750
850
5.2
5.5
8.7
11.0
2
3
4
8.0
6.5
5.0
6.3
4.5
3.2
850
1530
1660
11.2
11.0
17.4
22.0
6
2
3
4
9.8
8.3
6.7
9.6
6.8
4.7
1530
1870
2240
17.2
16.5
26.1
33.0
8
2
3
4
11.0
9.5
8.0
12.6
8.9
6.3
1660
2240
2970
23.2
22.0
34.8
44.0
2.75
4.35
5.5
* Referred to λ/2 dipole. Attenuation of the internal cabling and the gain-decrease
in case of null fill in the vertical radiation pattern are not considered.
Approximate values for gain decrease:
cable attenuation:
0.2 – 0.5 dB
null fill:
0.3 – 1.0 dB
Gain figures are valid for the direction of maximum radiation (see diagrams on
following page).
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H
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
3000 mm
●
Horizontal Radiation Patterns
Vertical Radiation Patterns
Examples of typical horizontal
antenna arrays and their horizontal radiation patterns
for minimal mast dimensions.
Examples of typical vertical
radiation patterns*) for several bays
of identical, vertically stacked
antenna arrays.
Systems
87.5 – 108 MHz
FM Transmitting Antenna
with dipole panels K 53 32 1. .
87.5 – 108 MHz
2 bays
Equal power splitting
1,0
E rel
0,5
0
10
20
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
4 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
3
0
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
10
20
0
Equal power splitting
Different power splitting
4/10 P
6 bays
1,0
E rel
4/10 P
0,5
1/10 P
0
10
20
1/10 P
8 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
0
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
10
20
*)
without null fill
with null fill and beam tilt
0
25
FM Transmitting Antenna
with dipole panels K 53 36 1. .
87.5 – 108 MHz
Antenna array of circularly polarized dipole panels K 53 36 1. . for different radiation patterns,
especially suitable for mounting on triangular or round masts.
●
The feeder network is made up of coaxial power splitters and flexible connecting cables
in accordance with the radiation patterns specification and the transmitting power.
Impedance
Polarization
Internal connections
Max. power
Vertical radiation pattern
Horizontal radiation pattern
Half antenna splitting
Pressurization
Painting
Grounding
Max. wind velocity
No.
of
bays
Panels
per
bay
1
2
3
0.0
–2.0
2
2
3
4
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN.
87.5 – 108 MHz
s < 1.2 throughout the whole frequency range.
Lower VSWR for single channels upon request.
50 Ω
Circular
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN
are used throughout the system,
allowing easy assembly and maintenance.
According to customer’s requirements.
Null fill and beam tilt upon request.
Omnidirectional, directional or custom-designed.
Upon request, the antenna can be divided into
2 halves (for measurement and maintenance).
The 2 halves are connected by a
2-way power splitter or patch panel.
Splitters and connecting cables can be supplied
with dry air (please specify when ordering).
If required, the antenna is painted in aviation
warning colours.
Via mounting parts.
225 km/h
Gain*
(at mid-band)
dB
times
Weight
(without mounting
hardware) kg
Antenna
height H
m
Windload
(v = 160 km/h)
kN
1.0
0.6
140
200
1.82
2.4
3.5
3.1
1.1
2.0
1.3
260
430
4.82
4.8
7.0
2
3
6.2
4.2
4.2
2.6
580
800
10.82
9.6
14.0
6
2
3
8.1
6.1
6.5
4.1
800
1230
16.82
14.4
21.0
8
2
3
9.3
7.3
8.5
5.4
1100
1590
22.82
19.2
28.0
* Referred to λ/2 dipole. Attenuation of the internal cabling and the gain-decrease
in case of null fill in the vertical radiation pattern are not considered.
Approximate values for gain decrease:
cable attenuation:
0.2 – 0.5 dB
null fill:
0.3 – 1.0 dB
Gain figures are valid for the direction of maximum radiation (see diagrams on
following page).
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H
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
3000 mm
●
Horizontal Radiation Patterns
Vertical Radiation Patterns
Examples of typical horizontal
antenna arrays and their horizontal radiation patterns
for minimal mast dimensions.
Examples of typical vertical
radiation patterns*) for several bays
of identical, vertically stacked
antenna arrays.
Systems
87.5 – 108 MHz
FM Transmitting Antenna
with dipole panels K 53 36 1. .
87.5 – 108 MHz
2 bays
Equal power splitting
1,0
E rel
60°
0,5
0
10
20
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
4 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
3
0
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
10
20
0
Different power splitting
6 bays
3/7P
1,0
3/4P
E rel
60°
0,5
1/7P
0
1/4P
10
20
3/7P
8 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
0
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
10
20
*)
without null fill
with null fill and beam tilt
0
27
FM Transmitting Antenna with
Broadband Sidemount Antenna K 53 35 1. .
87.5 – 108 MHz
●
Antenna array of elliptically polarized dipole panels K 53 35 1. . for different radiation patterns,
especially suitable for mounting on pipes.
●
The feeder network is made up of coaxial power splitters and flexible connecting cables.
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Impedance
Polarization
Internal connections
Max. power
Vertical radiation pattern
Horizontal radiation pattern
Half antenna splitting
Pressurization
Painting
Grounding
Max. wind velocity
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN.
87.5 – 108 MHz
s < 1.25 throughout the whole frequency range.
Lower VSWR for single channels upon request.
50 Ω
Elliptical
Connectors according to IEC or EIA
are used throughout the system,
allowing easy assembly and maintenance.
According to customer’s requirements.
Null fill and beam tilt upon request.
Omnidirectional,with preferred direction.
Upon request, the antenna can be divided into
2 halves (for measurement and maintenance).
The 2 halves are connected by a
2-way power splitter or patch panel.
Splitters and connecting cables can be supplied
with dry air (please specify when ordering).
If required, the antenna is painted in aviation
warning colours.
Via mounting parts.
225 km/h
> 500 mm
2100 mm
H
No.
of
bays
Gain*
(at mid-band)
dB
times
Weight
(without mounting
hardware) kg
Antenna
height H
m
Windload
(v = 160 km/h)
frontal N lateral N
1
–1.5
0.7
25
0.834
115
365
4
4.5
2.8
100
7.13
460
1460
6
5.5
3.6
150
11.33
690
2190
8
7.5
5.6
200
15.53
920
2920
10
8.8
7.6
250
19.73
1150
3650
* Referred to λ/2 dipole. Attenuation of the internal cabling and the gain-decrease
in case of null fill in the vertical radiation pattern are not considered.
Approximate values for gain decrease:
cable attenuation:
0.2 – 0.5 dB
null fill:
0.3 – 1.0 dB
Gain figures are valid for the direction of maximum radiation (see diagrams on
following page).
28
> 500 mm
FM Transmitting Antenna with
Broadband Sidemount Antenna K 53 35 1. .
87.5 – 108 MHz
Vertical Radiation Patterns
Systems
87.5 – 108 MHz
Typical Horizontal Radiation Pattern
(at mid-band)
Examples of typical vertical
radiation patterns*) for several bays
of identical, vertically stacked
antenna arrays.
4 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
10
10
20
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
dB
0
3
0
6 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
0
10
20
8 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
0
10
20
10 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
0
*)
10
20
without null fill
with null fill and beam tilt
29
FM Transmitting Antenna
(Superturnstile Antenna) 87.5 – 108 MHz
K 52 97 1. .
Self-supporting hot-dip galvanized steel superturnstile antenna. Up to 4 bays may be stacked.
●
Optionally up to 8 bays may be stacked if the superturnstile antennas are mounted inside a
self-supporting fiberglass cylinder.
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Vertical radiation pattern
Horizontal radiation pattern
Half antenna splitting
Internal connections
Structure
Mounting
Ice protection
Grounding
Max. wind velocity
No.
of
bays
Type No. /
Order No.
1
2
4
K 52 97 11
K 52 97 12
K 52 97 14
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN.
87.5 – 108 MHz
s < 1.2 throughout the whole frequency range.
Tuning not required.
50 Ω
Horizontal
According to customer’s requirements,
10 kW max. per bay.
Null fill and beam tilt upon request.
Omnidirectional
Upon request, the antenna can be divided into
2 halves (for measurement and maintenance).
The 2 halves are connected by a
2-way power splitter or patch panel.
The radiating elements are fed with
coaxial connecting cables and hybrid couplers.
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN
are used throughout the system,
allowing easy assembly and maintenance.
Superturnstile antenna on self-supporting
hot dip galvanized steel structure.
Up to 4 bays may be stacked.
On top of existing structure by means of a flange.
Under icing the fiberglass cover over
the feedslots and the rugged construction keep
the antenna in proper function.
Via mounting parts.
160 km/h
Gain*
(at mid-band)
dB
times
1
4
7
1.26
2.51
5.00
Weight
Antenna
Windload
(without cylinder) height H (without cylinder)
kg
m
(160 km/h) kN
275
550
1450
3
6
12
3.2
6.5
15.0
* Referred to λ/2 dipole. Attenuation of the internal cabling and the gain-decrease
in case of null fill in the vertical radiation pattern are not considered.
Approximate values for gain decrease:
cable attenuation:
0.2 – 0.4 dB
null fill:
0.3 – 1.0 dB
Gain figures are valid for the direction of maximum radiation (see diagrams on
following page).
30
H
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
3000 mm
●
FM Transmitting Antenna
(Superturnstile Antenna) 87.5 – 108 MHz
K 52 97 1. .
Vertical Radiation Patterns
Systems
87.5 – 108 MHz
Typical Horizontal Radiation Pattern
(at mid-band)
Examples of typical vertical
radiation patterns*) for several bays
of identical, vertically stacked
antenna arrays.
1 bay
100
E rel
50
3
dB
10
0
0
10
20
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
2 bays
100
E rel
50
0
10
20
4 bays
100
E rel
50
0
*)
10
20
without null fill
with null fill and beam tilt
31
●
Such antenna systems provide signal coverage in all azimuth directions
as shown in the horizontal radiation pattern below. (The horizontal
radiation pattern will be distorted, if a significantly bigger mast is used).
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Impedance
Polarization
Internal connections
Max. power
Vertical radiation pattern
Horizontal radiation pattern
Half antenna splitting
Pressurization
Painting
Grounding
Max. wind velocity
No.
of
bays
Gain*
(at mid-band)
dB
times
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN.
87.5 – 108 MHz
s < 1.25 throughout the whole frequency range.
Lower VSWR for single channels upon request.
50 Ω
Vertical
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN
are used throughout the system,
allowing easy assembly and maintenance.
According to customer’s requirements.
Null fill and beam tilt upon request.
Omnidirectional.
Upon request, the antenna can be divided into
2 halves (for measurement and maintenance).
The 2 halves are connected by a
2-way power splitter or patch panel.
Splitters and connecting cables can be supplied
with dry air (please specify when ordering).
If required, the antenna is painted in aviation
warning colours.
Via mounting parts.
225 km/h
Weight
(without mounting
hardware) kg
Antenna
height H
m
Windload
(v = 160 km/h)
frontal N lateral N
1
2.0
1.6
25
1.38
115
220
2
5.0
3.2
25
3.48
230
440
4
8.0
6.3
100
7.68
460
880
6
9.7
9.3
150
11.88
690
1320
8
11.0
12.6
200
16.08
920
1760
10
11.8
15.1
250
20.28
1150
2200
* Referred to λ/2 dipole. Attenuation of the internal cabling and the gain-decrease
in case of null fill in the vertical radiation pattern are not considered.
Approximate values for gain decrease:
cable attenuation:
0.2 – 0.5 dB
null fill:
0.3 – 1.0 dB
Gain figures are valid for the direction of maximum radiation (see diagrams on
following page).
32
2100 mm
An economic FM-transmitting antenna system can be built by stacking
2 or more vertical dipoles 762 943 in front of a thin tubular mast.
H
●
> 250
mm
K 53 37 1. .
FM-Transmitting Antenna
87.5 – 108 MHz
K 53 37 1. .
FM-Transmitting Antenna
87.5 – 108 MHz
Systems
87.5 – 108 MHz
Vertical Radiation Patterns
Typical Horizontal Radiation Pattern
(at mid-band beamtilt ≈1°)
Examples of typical vertical
radiation patterns*) for several bays
of identical, vertically stacked
antenna arrays.
4 bays
1,0
E rel
220°
0,5
10
10
20
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
dB
3
0
0
6 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
0
10
20
8 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
0
10
20
10 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
0
*)
10
20
without null fill
with null fill and beam tilt
33
34
Model Types:
K 52 14 1. ., K 52 22 1. ., K 52 31 1. ., K 52 34 1. ., K 52 35 1. .,
K 52 40 1. ., K 52 97 1. ., K 53 22 1. ., K 53 31 1. ., K 53 32 1. .,
K 53 35 1. ., K 53 36 1. ., K 53 37 1. ., K 53 38 1. ., K 53 39 1. .,
K 53 40 1. .,
Type No.
Description
Frequency range
Gain
Polarization Page
K 52 31 18.
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
7.5 dB
horizontal
or vertical
36
715 849
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
7.5 dB
horizontal
or vertical
36
774 321
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
7.5 dB
horizontal
or vertical
37
K 52 34 17
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
7.0 dB
horizontal
38
750 10008
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
7.0 dB
horizontal
38
752 183
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
7.0 dB
horizontal
38
772 500
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
6.0 dB
vertical
39
772 501
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
6.0 dB
vertical
39
772 502
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
6.0 dB
vertical
39
750 10183
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
4.0 dB
vertical
40
768 476
Dual Band Directional Antenna, steel
.66 – 73 MHz
87.5 – 108 MHz
6.0 dB
7.5 dB
horizontal
horizontal
41
K 53 32 18.
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
7.5 dB
4.5 dB
linear
circular
42
754 154
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
3.5 dB
circular
43
755 587
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
3.5 dB
circular
43
757 629
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
3.5 dB
circular
43
762 109
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
3.5 dB
circular
43
750 10022
Broadband FM Sidemount Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
–1.5 dB
elliptical
44
750 10023
Broadband FM Sidemount Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
–1.5 dB
elliptical
44
750 10086
Directional Antenna, steel, aluminum
87.5 – 108 MHz
5.5 dB
Horizontal
and vertical
45
K 52 40 17
4 Element Yagi Antenna, aluminum
87.5 – 108 MHz
5.5 dB
horizontal
or vertical
46
K 52 14 17
9 Element Yagi Antenna, aluminum
87.5 – 108 MHz
7.5 dB
horizontal
47
775 738
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
5.0 dB
vertical
48
775 838
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
5.0 dB
vertical
48
770 776
3 Element Yagi Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
4.0 dB
vertical
49
770 777
3 Element Yagi Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
4.0 dB
vertical
49
762 943
Broadband Dipole for Tubular Mast, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
2.0 dB
vertical
50
763 715
Broadband Dipole for Tubular Mast, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
2.0 dB
vertical
50
775 130
Broadband Dipole for Tubular Mast, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
2.0 dB
vertical
50
750 10034
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
3.0 dB
vertical
50
750 10035
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
3.0 dB
vertical
51
K 52 22 17
Log.-per. Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
6.0 dB
horizontal
52
775 000
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
6.0 dB
vertical
53
775 001
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
6.0 dB
vertical
53
775 002
Directional Antenna, steel
87.5 – 108 MHz
6.0 dB
vertical
53
35
Antennas
87.5 – 108 MHz
Antennas for FM in VHF Band
66 – 73 MHz and 87.5 – 108 MHz
K 52 31 1. .
Directional Antenna
87.5 – 108 MHz
●
●
Broadband directional antenna of hot-dip galvanized steel.
Especially suitable for square masts.
Type No.
Order No.
K 52 31 187
601 278
Input (type gas-stop)
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
7-16 female
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Horizontally polarized
Vertically polarized
Max. wind velocity
Material:
K 52 31 188
601 629
715 849
7/8″ EIA-flange 13-30 female
87.5 – 108 MHz
< 1.15
7.5 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Horizontal or vertical
2.5 kW
4 kW
6 kW
(higher power upon request)
64 kg
frontal / lateral: 1500 N / 875 N
frontal / lateral: 1500 N / 825 N
225 km/h
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Radome: Fiberglass.
Mounting:
Mounting hardware and mounting dimensions
upon request.
Ice protection:
Even under severe icy conditions the antenna is
still functional due to its heavy-duty construction
and the fiberglass covers for the feeding points.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
The antenna is especially suitable as a
component in arrays to achieve various radiation
patterns. Particularly for square masts.
Scope of supply:
Antenna without mounting clamps.
Special features:
The antenna is shipped dismounted.
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
73°
0
in E-plane
36
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
57°
0
in H-plane
A: 2490 mm
B: 1740 mm
C: 730 mm
K 52 31 1. .
Directional Antenna
87.5 – 108 MHz
●
Broadband directional antenna of hot-dip galvanized steel.
Especially suitable for square masts.
Type No. / Order No.
774 321
Frequency range
Input (type gas-stop)
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Horizontally polarized
Vertically polarized
Max. wind velocity
Antennas
87.5 – 108 MHz
●
87.5 – 108 MHz
7/8″ EIA-flange
< 1.15
7.5 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Horizontal or vertical
4 kW
(higher power upon request)
85 kg
frontal / lateral: 2000 N / 1380 N
frontal / lateral: 2000 N / 1250 N
220 km/h
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Radome: Fiberglass.
Mounting:
Mounting hardware and mounting dimensions
upon request.
Ice protection:
Even under severe icy conditions the antenna is
still functional due to its heavy-duty construction
and the fiberglass covers for the feeding points.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
The antenna is especially suitable as a
component in arrays to achieve various radiation
patterns. Particularly for square masts.
Scope of supply:
Antenna without mounting clamps.
Special features:
The antenna is shipped dismounted.
A: 2490 mm
B: 2700 mm
C: 832 mm
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
70°
0
in E-plane
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
65°
0
in H-plane
37
K 52 34 1. .
Directional Antenna
87.5 – 108 MHz
●
●
Broadband directional antenna of hot-dip galvanized steel.
Especially suitable for triangular and round masts.
B
Type No.
Order No.
K 52 34 17
601 694
Input (type gas-stop)
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
7-16 female
750 10008
752 183
7/8″ EIA-flange 13-30 female
87.5 – 108 MHz
< 1.2
7 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Horizontal
2.5 kW
4 kW
6 kW
(higher power upon request)
66 kg
frontal: 1700 N
lateral: 875 N
225 km/h
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Radome: Fiberglass.
Mounting:
Mounting hardware and mounting dimensions
upon request.
Ice protection:
Even under severe icy conditions the antenna is
still functional due to its heavy-duty construction
and the fiberglass covers for the feeding points.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
The antenna is especially suitable as a
component in arrays to achieve various radiation
patterns. Particularly for triangular and round
masts.
Scope of supply:
Antenna without mounting clamps.
Special features:
The antenna is shipped dismounted.
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
80°
0
in E-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
38
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
56°
0
in H-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
A
C
A: 2490 mm
B: 1740 mm
C: 760 mm
K 53 31 1. .
Directional Antenna
87.5 – 108 MHz
●
Vertically polarized directional antenna.
Especially suitable for triangular and round masts.
Type No. / Order No.
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load
frontal:
(at 160 km/h)
lateral:
Max. wind velocity
Dimensions
A
B
772 500
772 501
772 502
7-16 female
(type gas-stop)
7/8″
EIA-flange
87.5 – 108 MHz
< 1.15
6 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Vertical
5 kW
65 kg
1550 N
850 N
225 km/h
2200 mm
2000 mm
1 5/8″
EIA-flange
2.5 kW
65 kg
1550 N
850 N
Antennas
87.5 – 108 MHz
●
A
14 kW
75 kg
1620 N
970 N
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Radome: Fiberglass.
Mounting:
To a vertical pipe of ∅ 89 mm by 3 pcs. U-bolts
(supplied) or to proper flanges.
Mounting dimensions upon request.
B
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Ice protection:
Even under icy conditions the antenna keeps
operating due to the radomes covering the feed
areas.
Combinations:
The antenna is especially suitable as a component in arrays to achieve various radiation patterns. Particularly for triangular and round masts.
Scope of supply:
Antenna consisting of two half-wave dipoles with
reflector screen and 3 U-bolts.
Special features:
The antenna is shipped dismounted.
772 500
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
76°
70°
10
0
E-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
3
dB
dB
3
10
0
H-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
39
K 53 31 1. .
Directional Antenna
87.5 – 108 MHz
Vertically polarized directional antenna.
Type No. / Order No.
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight approx.
Wind load approx. frontal:
(at 160 km/h)
lateral:
Max. wind velocity
750 10183
7/8″ EIA-flange
87.5 – 108 MHz
< 1.3
4 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Vertical
5 kW
41 kg
650 N
850 N
225 km/h
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Radome: Fiberglass.
Mounting:
Mounting hardware upon request.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Ice protection:
Even under icy conditions the antenna keeps
operating due to the radomes covering the
feed areas.
Scope of supply:
Antenna consisting of one half-wave dipole
with reflector screen.
Special features:
The antenna is shipped dismounted.
1280
1900
●
7/8˝ EIA
All dimensions in mm
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
135°
10
3
3
dB
10
dB
70°
0
in H-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
40
0
in E-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
853
K 52 35 1. .
Dual Band Directional Antenna
66 – 73 MHz / 87.5 – 108 MHz
●
Dipole panel for OIRT and CCIR bands for FM radio.
Especially suitable for square masts.
Type No. / Order No.
Antennas
87.5 – 108 MHz
●
768 476
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Material:
7-16 female
OIRT: 66 – 73 MHz / CCIR: 87.5 – 108 MHz
66 – 73 MHz: ≤ 1.3 / 87.5 – 108 MHz: ≤ 1.2
66 – 73 MHz: 6 dB / 87.5 – 108 MHz: 7.5 dB
50 Ω
Horizontal
6 kW (higher power upon request)
135 kg
frontal: 2.5 kN
lateral: 1.1 kN
225 km/h
B
C
A
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Radome: Fiberglass.
Mounting:
Mounting hardware and mounting dimensions
upon request.
Ice protection:
Even under severe icy conditions the antenna is
still functional due to its heavy-duty construction
and the fiberglass covers for the feeding points.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
The antenna is especially suitable as a
component in arrays to achieve various radiation
patterns. Particularly for square masts.
Scope of supply:
Antenna consisting of two half-wave dipoles with
reflector screens.
Special features:
The antenna is shipped dismounted.
A: 2840 mm
B: 1500 mm
C: 1080 mm
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
72°
0
in E-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
70°
0
in H-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
41
K 53 32 1. .
Directional Antenna
87.5 – 108 MHz
●
Broadband directional antenna made of hot-dip galvanized
steel.
●
Especially suitable for square masts.
●
Optionally for circular, horizontal, vertical or slant polarization.
B
4 dipoles are arranged symmetrically in front of a reflector screen. With suitable feeding
the antenna radiates circularly polarized. An isolation of 40 – 50 dB between horizontal
and vertical pairs of dipoles is achieved through the spezial design. This design permits
the transmission of 2 programs – horizontally and vertically polarized – independently from
each other.
Impedance
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
4 x 7-16 female
4 x 7/8 ″ EIA-flange
87.5 – 108 MHz
< 1.25 (linear polarization)
< 1.1 (circular polarization)
7.5 dB at mid-band
(linear polarization)
4.5 dB at mid-band
(circular polarization)
50 Ω
2.5 kW for each input
4 kW for each input
(higher power upon request)
89 kg
Frontal: 1.60 kN
Lateral: 1.13 kN
225 km/h
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Weather protection: fiberglass cover.
Mounting:
The antenna must be mounted so that
the bent radiators are horizontally
polarized. Mounting dimensions and
mounting hardware on request.
Ice protection:
Even under severe icy conditions the
antenna is still functional due to its
heavy-duty construction and the fibreglass covers of the feeding points.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Polarization:
Suitable feeding of the horizontal and
vertical dipole pairs optionally result in
left or right hand circular or elliptical or
slant polarization or simultaneous
horizontal and vertical polarization.
Combinations:
A = B: 2200 mm
C=
830 mm
Radiation Patterns
(at mid-band)
Horizontal Polarization
(bent dipoles)
66°
3
10
3
0
0
in E-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
62°
The antenna will be shipped dismounted.
42
3
64°
10
dB
Special features:
in H-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
Vertical Polarization
(straight dipoles)
10
Antenna without mounting clamps.
62°
10
The antenna is especially suitable as a
component in arrays to achieve various
radiation patterns. Particularly for square
masts.
Scope of supply:
K 53 32 187
dB
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
A
K 53 32 188
601 979
0
in H-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
3
dB
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
K 53 32 187
601 768
dB
Type No.
Order No.
C
0
in E-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
K 53 36 1. .
Directional Antenna
87.5 – 108 MHz
●
Circularly polarized broadband directional antenna
of hot-dip galvanized steel.
● Especially suitable for triangular and round masts.
A
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
754 154
757 629
755 587
762 109
2 x 7-16 female
2 x 13-30 female
87.5 – 108 MHz
< 1.2
3.5 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Circular
2.5 kW for each input
5 kW for each input
60 kg
frontal: 1250 N
lateral: 875 N
225 km/h
Max. wind velocity
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Radome: Fiberglass.
Mounting:
Mounting hardware and mounting dimensions
upon request.
Ice protection:
Even under severe icy conditions the antenna is
still functional due to its heavy-duty construction
and the fiberglass covers for the feeding points.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
The antenna is especially suitable as a
component in arrays to achieve various radiation
patterns. Particularly for triangular and round
masts.
Scope of supply:
Antenna without mounting clamps.
Special features:
The antenna is shipped dismounted.
Antennas
87.5 – 108 MHz
Type No. normal position
Order No. rotated position
B
C
A = B: 1820 mm
C:
900 mm
Radiation Patterns
(at mid-band)
76°
3
dB
10
0
43
K 53 35 1. .
Broadband FM Sidemount Antenna
87.5 – 108 MHz
●
Omnidirectional propagation with preferred direction.
Mounting to pipes.
●
Elliptical polarization.
●
Type No. / Order No.
Input
Frequency
VSWR in one channel
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
750 10022
750 10023
7/8˝ EIA-flange
1 5/8˝ EIA-flange
87.5 – 108 MHz
< 1.5
–1.5 dBd at mid-band
50 Ω
Elliptical
5 kW
10 kW
(at 40 °C ambient temperature)
25 kg
frontal: 115 N
lateral: 365 N
240 km/h
1300 x 1300 x 200 mm
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Ice protection:
Feed point radome (optional).
Mounting:
To pipes of 75 – 125 mm ∅ by means
of 2 mounting clamps, supplied.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
A
B
Horizontal Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
Polarization and Pattern
depending on mast structure behind
750 10023
A = 1385 mm
B = approx. 834 mm
dB
3
0
Vertical Polarization
44
dB
10
10
3
0
Horizontal Polarization
●
2 x 4 element broadband Yagi antenna.
●
Component for low power transmitting antennas.
Type No. / Order No.
Antennas
87.5 – 108 MHz
K 53 34 1. .
Directional Antenna
87.5 – 108 MHz
750 10086
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
2 x 7-16 female
87.5 – 108 MHz
s < 1.3
5.5 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Horizontal and vertical
2 x 500 W (at 40 °C ambient temperature)
25 kg
frontal: 115 N
lateral: 365 N
240 km/h
160 x 160 x 1930 mm
Material:
Supporting pipe: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Director pipe and reflector: Weather-proof
aluminum. Radiator in fiberglass radome.
Mounting:
To pipes of 60 – 120 mm diameter by means
of mounting clamps, supplied.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Special features:
The antenna is shipped dismounted.
B
A
A = approx. 1560 mm
B = 1700 mm
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
102°
102°
65°
dB
3
0
in E-plane
3
dB
10
10
0
in H-plane
45
K 52 40 1. .
Directional Antenna
87.5 – 108 MHz
●
4 element broadband Yagi antenna.
●
Component for low power transmitting antennas.
Type No.
Order No.
K 52 40 17
600 263
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Horizontally polarized
Vertically polarized
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
7-16 female
87.5 – 108 MHz
s < 1.3
5.5 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Horizontal or vertical
500 W (at 40 °C ambient temperature)
13.5 kg
frontal / lateral: 215 N / 160 N
frontal / lateral: 215 N / 340 N
225 km/h
160 x 160 x 1900 mm
Material:
Supporting pipe: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Director pipe and reflector: Weather-proof
aluminum. Radiator in fiberglass radome.
Mounting:
To pipes of 60 – 115 mm diameter by means
of mounting clamps, supplied.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
The antenna is especially suitable as a
component in arrays to achieve various radiation
patterns.
Special features:
The antenna is shipped dismounted.
New:
The design has been improved to allow use
of both polarizations.
B
A
A = 1400 mm
B = 1700 mm
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
102°
102°
65°
Assembly
dB
3
0
in E-plane
46
3
dB
10
10
0
in H-plane
K 52 14 1. .
Directional Antenna
87.5 – 108 MHz
●
9 element broadband Yagi antenna of weatherproof aluminum.
Antennas
87.5 – 108 MHz
B
C
A
A: 3160 mm
B: 1840 mm
C: 1750 mm
7-16 female
87.5 – 108 MHz
< 1.4
7.5 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Horizontal or vertical
500 W
16 kg
frontal / lateral: 575 N / 625 N
225 km/h
frontal / lateral: 575 N / 665 N
200 km/h
3100 x 220 x 220 mm
Material:
Weather-proof aluminum.
Radiator in fiberglass radome.
Mounting:
To pipes of 60 – 115 mm diameter by means
of mounting clamps, supplied.
Radiation Patterns
(at mid-band)
56°
10
3
0
in E-plane
72°
10
3
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
Two or more antennas can be combined
to achieve higher gain and longer, narrower
beam width.
Special features:
The antenna is shipped dismounted.
dB
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Horizontally polarized
Max. wind velocity
Vertically polarized
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
K 52 14 17
600 204
dB
Type No.
Order No.
0
in H-plane
47
K 53 40 1. .
Directional Antenna
87.5 – 108 MHz
●
4 elements broadband Yagi antenna.
Mounting to pipes.
●
Vertically polarized.
●
5 dB gain.
Type No. / Order No.
775 738
Input
Frequency
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
775 838
7/8˝ EIA-flange
7-16 female
87.5 – 108 MHz
< 1.3
5 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Vertical
5 kW
3 kW
(at 40 °C ambient temperature)
20 kg
frontal: 230 N
lateral: 400 N
225 km/h
1800 x 1750 x 95 mm
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Mounting:
To pipes of 60 – 125 mm ∅ by means
of 2 U-bolts, supplied.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Specials:
The antenna may be equipped with ice protection set Type No. 753 10118 for use at sites with
icy conditions (please order separately).
The max. wind velocity with an ice layer of 3 cm
is 130 km/h.
1750 mm
●
1600 mm
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
120°
0
in H-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
60°
0
in E-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
Assembly
48
●
Vertically polarized.
●
4 dB gain.
Type No. / Order No.
Input
770 776
770 777
7/8˝ EIA-flange
Frequency
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
7-16 female
(type gas-stop)
87.5 – 108 MHz
< 1.3
4 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Vertical
5 kW
3 kW
(at 40 °C ambient temperature)
13 kg
frontal: 165 N
lateral: 275 N
225 km/h
1890 x 1550 x 92 mm
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Mounting:
To pipes of 60 – 125 mm ∅ by means
of 2 U-bolts, supplied.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Accessories:
The antenna may be equipped with ice protection set Type No. 774 168 for use at sites with
icy conditions (please order separately).
The max. wind speed with an ice layer of 3 cm
is 130 km/h.
1822 mm
●
3 elements broadband Yagi antenna.
Mounting to pipes.
●
Antennas
87.5 – 108 MHz
K 53 39 1. .
Directional Antenna
87.5 – 108 MHz
1300 mm
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
150°
10
3
3
dB
10
dB
70°
0
in H-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
0
in E-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
Assembly
49
K 53 37 1. .
Broadband Dipole for Tubular Mast
87.5 – 108 MHz
●
Omnidirectional propagation with preferred direction.
●
Mounting to pipes.
●
Vertically polarized.
●
2 dB gain.
Type No. / Order No.
Input
Max. power
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Wind load
frontal:
(at 160 km/h)
lateral:
Weight
Max. Wind velocity
Packing
762 943
763 715
775 130
7-16 female
7/8″
1 5/8″
(type gas-stop)
EIA-flange
EIA-flange
3 kW
5 kW
10 kW
(at 40 °C ambient temperature)
87.5 – 108 MHz
s < 1.3
s < 1.25
2 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Vertical
115 N
165 N
220 N
340 N
13 kg
22 kg
225 km/h
300 km/h
1552 x 1186 x 197 mm
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Mounting:
To pipes of 60 – 125 mm by means of
2 mounting clamps, supplied.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
A
B
763 715
A: 1380 mm / B: 830 mm
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
220°
70°
0
in H-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
50
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
in E-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
●
Vertically polarized.
●
3 dB gain.
Type No.
750 10035
Input
Frequency
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
750 10034
7-16 female
7/8˝ EIA-flange
(type gas-stop)
87.5 – 108 MHz
< 1.3
3 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Vertical
3 kW
5 kW
(at 40 °C ambient temperature)
13 kg
frontal: 180 N
lateral: 320 N
225 km/h
1850 x 1100 x 92 mm
1800 mm
●
2 elements broadband Yagi antenna.
Mounting to pipes.
●
Antennas
87.5 – 108 MHz
K 53 38 1. .
Directional Antenna
87.5 – 108 MHz
870 mm
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Mounting:
To pipes of 60 – 125 mm ∅ by means
of 2 U-bolts, supplied.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
175°
75°
0
in H-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
in E-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
51
K 52 22 1. .
Directional Antenna
87.5 – 108 MHz
Logarithmic-periodic broadband directional antenna
with extremely low side-lobes.
● Especially rugged design of hot-dip galvanized steel.
● High reliability even under heavy icy conditions.
●
Type No.
Order No.
K 52 22 17
600 232
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Side-lobe suppression
Polarization
7-16 female
87.5 – 108 MHz
< 1.3
6 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
> 25 dB
Horizontal (special version for
vertical polarization upon request)
2 kW
(higher power upon request)
46 kg
frontal: 500 N
lateral: 875 N
225 km/h
2650 x 2100 x 370 mm
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Mounting:
To pipes of 60 – 115 mm diameter by means
of mounting clamps, supplied.
Attention: Antenna may not be installed with
vertical polarization.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
Several antennas can be combined to increase
the gain and to produce radiation patterns with
very high side-lobe suppressions.
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
95°
60°
0
in E-Plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
52
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
in H-Plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
A
B
A: 2600 mm
B: 2050 mm
K 53 22 1. .
Directional Antenna
87.5 – 108 MHz
Logarithmic-periodic broadband directional antenna
with extremely low side-lobes.
● Especially rugged design of hot-dip galvanized steel.
● High reliability even under heavy icy conditions.
Type No. / Order No.
775 000
Input (type gas-stop)
7-16
female
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Side-lobe suppression
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
775 001
Antennas
87.5 – 108 MHz
●
775 002
7/8″
1 5/8″
EIA-flange
EIA-flange
87.5 – 108 MHz
< 1.3
6 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
> 25 dB
Vertical
2.5 kW
5 kW
10 kW
(at 40 °C ambient temperature)
46 kg
frontal: 500 N
lateral: 1000 N
225 km/h
2650 x 2100 x 370 mm
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Mounting:
To pipes of 60 – 115 mm diameter by means
of mounting clamps, supplied.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
Several antennas can be combined to increase
the gain and to produce radiation patterns with
very high side-lobe suppressions.
2570
2034
Material:
7/8″ EIA
775 001
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
95°
60°
0
in H-Plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
in E-Plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
53
54
Systems
174 – 230 MHz
Antenna Systems
174 – 230 MHz
55
TV Transmitting Antenna
with dipole panels K 52 33 5. .
174 – 230 MHz
Antenna array of dipole panels K 52 33 5. . for different radiation patterns, especially suitable
for mounting on square masts.
●
The feeder network is made up of coaxial power splitters and flexible connecting cables in
accordance with the radiation patterns specification and the transmitting power.
Internal connections
Max. power
Vertical radiation pattern
Horizontal radiation pattern
Half antenna splitting
Pressurization
Painting
Grounding
Max. wind velocity
No.
of
bays
Panels
per
bay
1
2
3
4
9.0
7.6
6.1
2
2
3
4
4
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN.
174 – 230 MHz
< 1.05 in the operating channels after tuning.
50 Ω
Horizontal. Application of panels K 53 33 57
allows vertical polarization as well.
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN
are used throughout the system,
allowing easy assembly and maintenance.
According to customer’s requirements.
Null fill and beam tilt upon request.
Omnidirectional, directional or custom-designed.
Upon request, the antenna can be divided into
2 halves (for measurement and maintenance).
The 2 halves are connected by a
2-way power splitter or patch panel.
Splitters and connecting cables can be supplied
with dry air (please specify when ordering).
If required, the antenna is painted in aviation
warning colours.
Via mounting parts.
225 km/h
Gain*
(at mid-band)
dB
times
Weight
(without mounting
hardware) kg
Antenna
height H
m
Windload
(v = 160 km/h)
kN
7.9
5.8
4.1
130
195
270
2.8
11.8
10.4
8.9
15.1
11.0
7.8
270
390
540
6.0
5.0
7.5
10.0
2
3
4
14.7
13.3
11.8
29.5
21.4
15.1
540
780
1080
12.4
10.0
15.0
20.0
6
2
3
4
16.4
15.0
13.5
43.7
31.6
22.4
810
1170
1640
18.8
15.0
22.5
30.0
8
2
3
4
17.6
16.2
14.7
57.5
41.7
29.5
1080
1640
2160
25.2
20.0
30.0
40.0
2.5
3.75
5.0
* Referred to λ/2 dipole. Attenuation of the internal cabling and the gain-decrease
in case of null fill in the vertical radiation pattern are not considered.
Approximate values for gain decrease:
cable attenuation:
0.2 – 0.5 dB
null fill:
0.3 – 1.0 dB
Gain figures are valid for the direction of maximum radiation (see diagrams on
following page).
56
H
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Impedance
Polarization
3200 mm
●
TV Transmitting Antenna
with dipole panels K 52 33 5. .
174 – 230 MHz
Horizontal Radiation Patterns
Vertical Radiation Patterns
Examples of typical horizontal
antenna arrays and their horizontal radiation patterns
for minimal mast dimensions.
Examples of typical vertical
radiation patterns*) for several bays
of identical, vertically stacked
antenna arrays.
2 bays
Equal power splitting
Systems
174 – 230 MHz
100
E rel
50
0
5
10
α°
4 bays
100
E rel
50
3
0
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
Equal power splitting
0
5
Different power splitting
10
α°
6 bays
100
4/13 P
E rel
1/13 P
50
4/13 P
0
5
10
α°
4/13 P
8 bays
100
E rel
50
10
0
3
dB
dB
3
10
0
0
*)
5
10
α°
without null fill
with null fill and beam tilt
57
TV Transmitting Antenna
with dipole panels K 52 34 5. .
174 ... 230 MHz
Antenna array of dipole panels K 52 34 5.. for different radiation patterns, especially suitable
for mounting on triangular or round masts.
●
The feeder network is made up of coaxial power splitters and flexible connecting cables in
accordance with the radiation patterns specification and the transmitting power.
Max. power
Vertical radiation pattern
Horizontal radiation pattern
Half antenna splitting
Pressurization
Painting
Grounding
Max. wind velocity
No.
of
bays
Panels
per
bay
1
2
3
3.9
1.7
2
2
3
4
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN.
174 – 202 MHz resp. 202 – 230 MHz
< 1.05 in the operating channels after tuning.
50 Ω
Horizontal
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN
are used throughout the system,
allowing easy assembly and maintenance.
According to customer’s requirements.
Null fill and beam tilt upon request.
Omnidirectional, directional or custom-designed.
Upon request, the antenna can be divided into
2 halves (for measurement and maintenance).
The 2 halves are connected by a
2-way power splitter or patch panel.
Splitters and connecting cables can be supplied
with dry air (please specify when ordering).
If required, the antenna is painted in aviation
warning colours.
Via mounting parts.
225 km/h
Gain*
(at mid-band)
dB
times
Weight
(without mounting
hardware) kg
Antenna
height H
m
Windload
(v = 160 km/h)
kN
2.5
1.5
50
70
1.2
0.9
1.25
6.9
4.7
4.9
3.0
95
140
2.8
1.8
2.5
2
3
9.9
7.7
9.8
5.9
180
270
6.0
3.6
5.0
6
2
3
11.7
9.5
14.8
8.9
270
400
9.2
5.4
7.5
8
2
3
12.9
10.7
19.5
11.7
360
540
12.4
7.2
10.0
* Referred to λ/2 dipole. Attenuation of the internal cabling and the gain-decrease
in case of null fill in the vertical radiation pattern are not considered.
Approximate values for gain decrease:
cable attenuation:
0.2 – 0.5 dB
null fill:
0.3 – 1.0 dB
Gain figures are valid for the direction of maximum radiation (see diagrams on
following page).
58
H
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Impedance
Polarization
Internal connections
1600 mm
●
TV Transmitting Antenna
with dipole panels K 52 34 5. .
174 ... 230 MHz
Horizontal Radiation Patterns
Vertical Radiation Patterns
Examples of typical horizontal
antenna arrays and their horizontal radiation patterns
for minimal mast dimensions.
Examples of typical vertical
radiation patterns*) for several bays
of identical, vertically stacked
antenna arrays.
2 bays
Equal power splitting
Systems
174 – 230 MHz
1,0
E rel
60°
0,5
0
10
20
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
4 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
3
0
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
10
20
0
Different power splitting
6 bays
3/4 P
3/7 P
1,0
E rel
60°
0,5
0
1/7 P
1/4 P
10
20
3/7 P
8 bays
1,0
E rel
0,5
0
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
10
20
*)
without null fill
with null fill and beam tilt
0
59
TV Transmitting Antenna
(Superturnstile Antenna) 174 – 230 MHz
K 52 97 5. .
Superturnstile Antenna made of hot-dip galvanized steel for mounting on top of mast.
●
Up to 4 bays may be built as self-supporting version. Up to 16 bays can be stacked
inside a self-supporting G.R.P. cylinder.
Vertical radiation pattern
Horizontal radiation pattern
Half antenna splitting
Internal connections
Mounting
Ice protection
Grounding
Max. wind velocity
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN.
174 – 230 MHz
< 1.05 in the operating channel
50 Ω
Horizontal
According to customer’s requirements,
10 kW max. per bay.
Null fill and beam tilt upon request.
Omnidirectional
Upon request, the antenna can be divided into
2 halves (for measurement and maintenance).
The 2 halves are connected by a
2-way power splitter or patch panel.
The radiating elements are fed with
coaxial connecting cables and hybrid couplers.
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN
are used throughout the system,
allowing easy assembly and maintenance.
On top of existing structure by means of a flange.
The radiating slots are protected by a fiberglass
cover. Cylinder provides full protection.
Via mounting parts resp. via 4 grounding ropes
at the exterior cylinder-surface.
As required.
H
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
1500 mm
●
∅ 1.6 m
G.R.P. cylinder
No.
of
bays
2
4
8
12
16
Gain*
(at mid-band)
dB
times
4.0
7.0
10.0
11.8
13.0
2.5
5.0
10.0
15.1
20.0
Weight kg
without
with
cylinder
cylinder
150
310
660
1010
1360
depending
on
fiberglasscylinder
Antenna
height H
m
Windload
(v = 160 km/h)
kN
3.0
6.0
12.0
18.0
24.0
4.0
8.0
16.0
24.0
34.0
Wind load with cylinder
* Referred to λ/2 dipole. Attenuation of the internal cabling and the gain-decrease
in case of null fill in the vertical radiation pattern are not considered.
Approximate values for gain decrease:
cable attenuation:
0.2 – 0.5 dB
null fill:
0.3 – 1.0 dB
Gain figures are valid for the direction of maximum radiation (see diagrams on
following page).
60
TV Transmitting Antenna
(Superturnstile Antenna) 174 – 230 MHz
K 52 97 5. .
Typical Horizontal Radiation Pattern
(at mid-band)
Vertical Radiation Patterns
Examples of typical vertical
radiation patterns*) for several bays
of identical, vertically stacked
antenna arrays.
2 bays
Systems
174 – 230 MHz
100
E rel
50
10
0
dB
3
10
20
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
30
α° 40
0
4 bays
100
E rel
50
0
10
20
8 bays
100
E rel
50
0
10
20
12 bays
100
E rel
50
0
*)
10
20
without null fill
with null fill and beam tilt
61
TV Transmitting Antenna
with dipole panels K 52 30 5. .
174 – 230 MHz
Typical antenna array with dipole panels K 52 30 5. .
●
The feeder network is made up of coaxial power splitters and flexible connecting cables
in accordance with the radiation patterns specification and the transmitting power.
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN.
174 – 230 MHz
< 1.05 in the operating channel after tuning
or < 1.1 in the whole range
50 Ω
Horizontal or vertical
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN
are used throughout the system,
allowing easy assembly and maintenance.
According to customer’s requirements.
The examples of radiation patterns are valid
for horizontal polarization.
At vertical polarization patterns vary slightly.
Upon request, the antenna can be divided into
2 halves (for measurement and maintenance).
The 2 halves are connected by a
2-way power splitter or patch panel.
Splitters and connecting cables can be supplied
with dry air (please specify when ordering).
Via mounting parts.
225 km/h / 200 km/h
Impedance
Polarization
Internal connections
Max. power
Radiation pattern
Half antenna splitting
Pressurization
Grounding
Max. wind velocity
No.
of
bays
Panels
per
bay
Gain*
(at mid-band)
dB
times
Weight
(without mounting
hardware) kg
Antenna
height H
m
Windload
(v = 160 km/h)
kN
1
2
3
4
5.5
4.3
3.1
3.5
2.7
2.0
66
94
122
1.3
1.1
1.85
2.2
2
2
3
4
8.5
7.3
6.1
7.1
5.4
4.1
122
173
224
2.9
2.2
3.7
4.4
4
2
3
4
11.5
10.3
9.1
14.1
10.7
8.1
224
346
453
6.1
4.4
7.4
8.8
* Referred to λ/2 dipole. Attenuation of the internal cabling and the gain-decrease
in case of null fill in the vertical radiation pattern are not considered.
Approximate values for gain decrease:
cable attenuation:
0.2 – 0.4 dB
null fill:
0.2 – 0.5 dB
Gain figures are valid for the direction of maximum radiation (see diagrams on
following page).
62
H
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
1600 mm
●
TV Transmitting Antenna
with dipole panels K 52 30 5. .
174 – 230 MHz
Horizontal Radiation Patterns
Vertical Radiation Patterns
Examples of typical horizontal
antenna arrays and their horizontal radiation patterns
for minimal mast dimensions.
Examples of typical vertical
radiation patterns*) for several bays
of identical, vertically stacked
antenna arrays.
1 bay
Equal power splitting
Systems
174 – 230 MHz
E rel
50
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
40
50
40
50
40
50
α°
2 bays
E rel
50
3
0
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
0
Equal power splitting
0
10
Different power splitting
20
30
α°
3 bays
4/6 P
1/6 P
E rel
50
0
1/6 P
0
10
20
30
α°
4 bays
E rel
50
0
dB
3
3
0
dB
10
10
0
0
10
20
30
α°
63
Combined Antenna Systems for TV and DAB
TV: 174 – 223 MHz
DAB: 174 – 240 MHz
K 53 32 5. .
Dual-polarized antenna systems for simultaneous
transmission of DAB and TV.
TV
Frequency range
VSWR
Polarization
Input
Impedance
Max. power
Max. wind velocity
DAB
174 – 223 MHz
174 – 240 MHz
< 1.05
1.1
in the operating
channels after tuning
Horizontal
Vertical
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN.
50 Ω
According to customer’s requirements.
225 km/h
Internal connections:
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN are
used throughout the system, allowing easy
assembly and maintenance.
Vertical radiation pattern:
Null fill and beam tilt on request.
Horizontal radiation pattern: Omnidirectional, directional or custom-designed.
Different radiation patterns for TV and DAB can
be realized.
Half antenna splitting:
Upon request, the antenna can be divided into
2 halves (for measurement and maintenance).
The 2 halves are connected by a 2-way power
splitter or patch panel.
Pressurization:
Splitters and connecting cables can be supplied
with dry air (please specify when ordering).
Painting:
If required, the antenna is painted in aviation
warning colours.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
64
1600 mm
●
Antennas for TV and DAB in upper VHF Band
174 – 230 MHz
Model Types:
K 52 07 5. ., K 52 14 5. ., K 52 17 5. ., K 52 22 5. ., K 52 30 5. .,
K 52 31 5. ., K 52 33 5. ., K 52 34 5. ., K 52 40 5. ., K 53 20 5. .,
K 53 31 5. ., K 53 32 5. ., K 53 33 5. ., K 53 36 5. ., K 53 37 5. .,
K 53 40 5. .,
Description
Frequency range
Gain
Polarization
Page
K 52 30 5.
Directional Antenna, steel
174 – 230 MHz
8.0 dB
horizontal
or vertical
66
K 52 33 5.
Directional Antenna, steel
174 – 230 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
67
K 53 33 5.
Directional Antenna, steel
174 – 254 MHz
11.0 dB
vertical
68
K 52 34 5..
Directional Antenna, steel
174 … 230 MHz
7.0 dB
horizontal
69
767 141
Directional Antenna, steel
174 – 209 MHz
7.5 dB
horizontal
70
773 643
Directional Antenna, steel
174 – 209 MHz
7.5 dB
horizontal
70
K 52 31 5.
Directional Antenna, aluminum
174 – 230 MHz
7.5 dB
horizontal
or vertical
71
768 000
Directional Antenna for TV, steel
Directional Antenna for DAB, steel
174 – 223 MHz
220 – 240 MHz
7.5 dB
7.5 dB
horizontal
vertical
72
750 10085
Directional Antenna for TV
and DAB/DMB, steel
174 – 223 MHz
174 – 240 MHz
7.5 dB
4.5 dB
linear
circular
73
K 52 40 5..
5 Element Yagi Antenna,
aluminum
174 … 230 MHz
6.0 dB
horizontal
74
768 494
5 Element Yagi Antenna,
aluminum
215 – 242 MHz
6.0 dB
vertical
75
750 10003
5 Element Yagi Antenna,
aluminum
202 – 230 MHz
6.0 dB
vertical
75
K 52 17 5..
15 Element Yagi Antenna,
aluminum
174 … 230 MHz
8.0 dB
horizontal
or vertical
76
K 52 14 5..
16 Element Yagi Antenna,
aluminum
174 … 230 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
77
K 52 07 5..
15 Element Yagi Antenna,
aluminum
174 … 230 MHz
8.0 dB
horizontal
or vertical
78
K 52 22 5.
Log.-per. Directional Antenna,
steel
174 – 230 MHz
8.5 dB
horizontal
or vertical
79
769 006
Dipole Antenna for DAB, steel
216 – 240 MHz
5.5 dB
vertical
80
773 361
Dipole Antenna for DAB, steel
216 – 240 MHz
5.5 dB
vertical
80
772 899
Omnidirectional Antenna for DAB,
steel
216 – 240 MHz
3.0 dB
vertical
81
772 900
Omnidirectional Antenna for DAB,
steel
216 – 240 MHz
6.0 dB
vertical
81
750 10025
Omnidirectional Antenna for DAB,
steel
216 – 240 MHz
6.0 dB
vertical
82
750 10026
Omnidirectional Antenna for DAB,
steel
216 – 240 MHz
3.0 dB
vertical
82
776 064
Directional Antenna for DAB,
steel
216 – 240 MHz
11.5 dB
vertical
83
766 614
Omnidirectional Antenna, steel
223 – 230 MHz
.0 dB
vertical
84
Antennas
174 – 230 MHz
Type No.
65
K 52 30 5. .
Directional Antenna
174 – 230 MHz
●
●
Broadband directional antenna of hot-dip galvanized steel.
Especially suitable for square and round masts.
Type No.
Order No.
K 52 30 57
600 241
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Horizontally polarized
Vertically polarized
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
K 52 30 58
602 036
7-16 female
7/8˝ EIA-flange
(type gas-stop)
174 – 230 MHz
< 1.08
8 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Horizontal or vertical
2 kW
2.5 kW
(higher power upon request)
23 kg
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Weather protection: Fiberglass.
Mounting:
By means of the pair of hot-dip galvanized
steel clamps:
K 61 12 0 to pipes of 60 – 115 mm ∅
K 61 13 0 to pipes of 115 – 210 mm ∅
(please order separately).
Mounting dimensions upon request.
Ice protection:
Even under severe icy conditions the antenna is
still functional due to its heavy-duty construction
and the fiberglass covers for the feeding points.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
The antenna is especially suitable as a
component in arrays to achieve various radiation
patterns. Particularly for square and round
masts.
Scope of supply:
Antenna without mounting clamps.
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
64°
0
in E-Plane
66
64°
3
dB
10
dB
3
C
frontal / lateral: 750 N / 315 N
frontal / lateral: 750 N / 375 N
225 km/h
1350 x 1350 x 550 mm
Material:
10
A
0
in H-Plane
B
A: 1300 mm
B: 1300 mm
C: 490 mm
K 52 33 5. .
Directional Antenna
174 – 230 MHz
Horizontally polarized broadband directional antenna
of hot-dip galvanized steel.
● Especially suitable for square masts.
●
K 52 33 57
600 261
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Material:
K 52 33 58
601 940
7-16 female
7/8˝ EIA-flange
(type gas-stop)
174 – 230 MHz
< 1.1
11 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Horizontal
2 kW
2.5 kW
(higher power upon request)
60 kg
frontal: 1625 N
lateral: 875 N
225 km/h
2850 x 1350 x 500 mm
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Weather protection: Fiberglass.
Mounting:
By means of the pair of hot-dip galvanized
steel clamps:
K 61 16 01 to pipes of 77 mm ∅
K 61 16 02 to pipes of 60 – 125 mm ∅
(please order separately).
Further mounting hardware and mounting
dimensions upon request.
Ice protection:
Even under severe icy conditions the antenna is
still functional due to its heavy-duty construction
and the fiberglass covers for the feeding points.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
The antenna is especially suitable as a
component in arrays to achieve various radiation
patterns. Particularly for square masts.
Scope of supply:
Antenna without mounting clamps.
A
Antennas
174 – 230 MHz
Type No.
Order No.
B
C
A: 2800 mm
B: 1300 mm
C: 415 mm
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
66°
32°
0
in E-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
in H-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
67
K 53 33 5. .
Directional Antenna
174 – 254 MHz
●
Vertically polarized broadband directional antenna
of hot-dip galvanized steel.
Type No.
Order No.
K 53 33 57
601 699
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
K 53 33 58
601 939
7-16 female
7/8˝ EIA-flange
(type gas-stop)
174 – 254 MHz
< 1.1
11 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Vertical
2 kW
2.5 kW
(higher power upon request)
55 kg
frontal: 2.00 kN
lateral: 1.15 kN
225 km/h
2850 x 1350 x 500 mm
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Weather protection: Fiberglass.
Mounting:
By means of 8 screws M 16 x 80 to a suitable
construction.
Mounting hardware and mounting dimensions
upon request.
Ice protection:
Even under severe icy conditions the antenna is
still functional due to its heavy-duty construction
and the fiberglass covers for the feeding points.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
The antenna is especially suitable as a
component in arrays to achieve various radiation
patterns.
Scope of supply:
Antenna with 8 screws M 16 x 80.
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
64°
0
in H-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
68
3
dB
3
32°
10
dB
10
B
0
in E-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
A
A: 2800 mm
B: 1300 mm
C: 400 mm
C
K 52 34 5. .
Directional Antenna
174 … 240 MHz
●
Broadband directional antenna of hot-dip galvanized steel.
Especially suitable for triangular and round masts.
Type No.
Order No.
K 52 34 517
601 157
Input
Frequenca range
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
B
K 52 34 527
601 835
7-16 female (type gas-stop)
174 – 202 MHz
202 – 240 MHz
< 1.15
7 dB
50 Ω
Horizontal
2 kW (higher power upon request)
20 kg
frontal: 375 N
lateral: 375 N
225 km/h
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Weather protection: Fiberglass.
Mounting:
By means of the pair of hot-dip galvanized
steel clamps:
K 61 12 0 to pipes of 60 – 115 mm ∅
K 61 13 0 to pipes of 115 – 210 mm ∅
(please order separately).
Further mounting hardware and mounting
dimensions upon request.
Ice protection:
Even under severe icy conditions the antenna is
still functional due to its heavy-duty construction
and the fiberglass covers for the feeding points.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
The antenna is especially suitable as a
component in arrays to achieve various radiation
patterns. Particularly for triangular and round
masts.
Scope of supply:
Antenna without mounting clamps.
A
Antennas
174 – 230 MHz
●
C
A: 1200 mm
B: 860 mm
C: 405 mm
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
80°
0
in E-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
56°
0
in H-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
69
K 52 34 5. .
Directional Antenna
174 ... 230 MHz
●
●
Broadband directional antenna of hot-dip galvanized steel.
Especially suitable for square masts.
B
773 643
Input
Frequenca range
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
767 141
7-16 female (type gas-stop)
174 – 209 MHz
202 – 230 MHz
< 1.15
7.5 dB
50 Ω
Horizontal
2 kW (higher power upon request)
46 kg
frontal: 1250 N
lateral: 625 N
225 km/h
1400 x 1000 x 800 mm
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Protective cover: Fiberglass.
Mounting:
Mounting hardware and mounting dimensions
upon request.
Ice protection:
Even under severe icy conditions the antenna is
still functional due to its heavy-duty construction
and the fiberglass covers for the feeding points.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
The antenna is especially suitable as a
component in arrays to achieve various radiation
patterns. Particularly for square masts.
Scope of supply:
Antenna without mounting clamps.
C
Material:
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
56°
69°
dB
3
0
in E-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
70
3
dB
10
10
A
Type No. / Order No.
0
in H-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
A: 1233 mm
B: 872 mm
C: 558 mm
K 52 31 5. .
Directional Antenna
174 – 230 MHz
Broadband directional antenna
of weather-resistant aluminum.
Type No.
Order No.
K 52 31 57
600 256
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
7-16 female
N female
174 – 230 MHz
< 1.15
7.5 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Horizontal or vertical
by conversion of two clamps
500 W
7 kg
Max. power
Weight
Wind load
Horizontal (160 km/h)
Vertical (160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Horizontal
Vertical
Packing size
K 52 31 51
600 837
A
Antennas
174 – 230 MHz
●
frontal / lateral: 440 N / 200 N
frontal / lateral: 440 N / 350 N
225 km/h
200 km/h
1240 x 1240 x 120 mm
Material:
Weather-resistant aluminum.
Mounting:
To pipes of 60 – 115 mm ∅ by means
of mounting clamps, supplied
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
The antenna is especially suitable as a component in arrays to achieve various
radiation patterns.
Special features:
The antenna will be shipped dismounted.
C
B
A: 1200 mm
B: 1200 mm
C: 360 mm
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
66°
0
in E-Plane
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
61°
0
in H-Plane
71
K 53 32 5. .
Directional Antenna for TV and DAB
TV: 174 – 223 MHz / DAB: 220 – 240 MHz
●
●
Dual-polarized antenna.
Specially designed for simultaneous operation of TV
in Band III and DAB in Channel 12 and Channel 13.
mm
■ 1200
Type No. / Order No.
768 000
Input
1 x 7-16 female / horizontal (type gas-stop)
1 x 7-16 female / vertical (type gas-stop)
Frequency range for
horizontal polarization
vertical polarization
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
1 Channel at Band III
DAB: 220 – 240 MHz
< 1.15
7.5 dB
50 Ω
TV: horizontal / DAB: vertical
2 kW per input
(at 40 °C ambient temperature)
30 kg
frontal: 815 N
lateral: 570 N
225 km/h
Weight
Windload (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Radome: Fiberglass
Mounting:
Using M16 screws (supplied) to suitable attachment construction. Antennas K 52 30 5.
may be replaced by 768 000 without altering
mounting fixture.
Mounting dimensions upon request.
Scope of delivery:
Antenna supplied without clamps.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Radiation Patterns for horizontal polarization
Radiation Patterns for vertical polarization
(at mid-band)
(at mid-band)
0
E-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
72
3
10
dB
dB
3
10
0
H-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
66°
54°
3
10
dB
10
54°
0
H-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
3
dB
64°
0
E-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
K 53 32 5. .
Directional Antenna for TV and DAB/DMB
174 – 223 MHz (240 MHz)
●
●
Dual-polarized antenna (horizontal/vertical).
Optionally circular or slant polarization.
1300 mm
Type No. / Order No.
750 10085
2 x 7-16 female (type gas-stop)
linear: horizontal, vertical, slant
circular
174 – 223 MHz
174 – 240 MHz
< 1.2 (linear polarization)
< 1.1 (circular polarization)
7.5 dB (linear polarization)
4.5 dB (circular polarization)
50 Ω
2 kW per input
(at 40 °C ambient temperature)
35 kg
frontal: 680 N
lateral: 630 N
225 km/h
Frequency range
for vertical polarization
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Max. power
Weight
Windload (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Antennas
174 – 230 MHz
Input
Polarization
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Radome: Fiberglass
Mounting:
Using M16 screws (supplied) to suitable attachment construction.
Mounting dimensions upon request.
Scope of delivery:
Antenna supplied without clamps.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Radiation Patterns for horizontal polarization
Radiation Patterns for vertical polarization
(at mid-band)
(at mid-band)
10
0
E-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
0
H-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
3
65°
10
dB
3
10
dB
3
dB
10
60°
55°
0
H-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
3
dB
65°
0
E-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
73
K 52 40 5. .
Directional Antenna
174 ... 230 MHz
5 element broadband Yagi antenna
of weather-proof aluminum.
● Component for low power transmitting antennas.
●
Type No.
Order No.
K 52 40 517
600 265
Frequency range
(ch = channel)
Dimensions
A
B
Input
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
VSWR
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
frontal:
lateral:
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
K 52 40 527
600 267
174 – 202 MHz
202 – 230 MHz
(ch 5 – ch 8)
(ch 9 – ch 12)
930 mm
810 mm
885 mm
765 mm
7-16 female
6 dB
< 1.15
50 Ω
Horizontal
100 W (higher power upon request)
5 kg
114 N
102 N
102 N
91 N
225 km/h
970 x 200 x 135 mm
Material:
Weather-proof aluminum.
Radiator in fiberglass radome.
Mounting:
To pipes of 60 – 115 mm ∅ by means
of mounting clamps, supplied.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
The antenna is especially suitable as a
component in arrays to achieve various
radiation patterns.
Special features:
The antenna will be shipped dismounted.
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
110°
55°
0
in E-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
74
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
in H-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
A
A
B
B
Lengths
see table
K 53 40 5. .
Directional Antenna for DAB
215 – 242 MHz
5 element broadband Yagi antenna
of weather-proof aluminum.
● Component for low power transmitting antennas.
● Especially for DAB.
●
A
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
750 10033
215 – 242 MHz
202 – 230 MHz
7-16 female
6 dB
< 1.2
50 Ω
Vertical
400 W
5 kg
frontal: 100 N
lateral: 150 N
225 km/h
970 x 200 x 135 mm
Material:
Weather-proof aluminum.
Radiator in fiberglass radome.
Mounting:
To pipes of 60 – 115 mm ∅ by means
of mounting clamps, supplied.
Attention: Mounting must be done with waterhole downwards.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
The antenna is especially suitable as a component in arrays to achieve various
radiation patterns.
Special features:
The antenna will be shipped dismounted.
A: 830 mm
B: 765 mm
waterhole
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
110°
55°
0
in H-Plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
0
in E-Plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
75
Antennas
174 – 230 MHz
Frequency range
Input
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
VSWR
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (160 km/h)
768 494
B
Type No. / Order No.
K 52 17 5. .
Directional Antenna
174 … 230 MHz
●
15 element broadband Yagi antenna of weather-proof aluminum.
110
Lengths see table
Mounting flange
85
ø 11
mm
85
Type No.
Order No.
K 52 17 517
600 890
K 52 17 537
600 892
174 – 188 MHz
L1
L2
L3
2000 mm
1200 mm
900 mm
frontal / lateral:
364 N / 313 N
427 N / 540 N
1850 mm
1100 mm
850 mm
frontal / lateral:
330 N / 290 N
404 N / 490 N
1700 mm
950 mm
750 mm
frontal / lateral:
290 N / 280 N
364 N / 427 N
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
horizontal:
vertical:
Max. wind velocity
horizontal:
225 km/h
225 km/h
225 km/h
vertical:
190 km/h
225 km/h
225 km/h
Packing size
2040 x 170 x 170 mm 1900 x 170 x 170 mm 1750 x 170 x 170 mm
62°
10
3
0
in E-plane
60°
10
3
Material:
Elements: Weather-proof aluminum.
Dipole cover: Fiberglass.
Support and flange: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Mounting:
By means of mounting flange, supplied.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
Two or more antennas can be combined to
achieve higher gain and longer, narrower beam
width.
Special features:
The antenna is shipped dismounted.
76
dB
188 – 209 MHz
209 – 230 MHz
7-16 female
< 1.15
8 dB
50 Ω
Horizontal or vertical
100 W (higher power upon request)
14 kg
12.7 kg
12 kg
Radiation Patterns
(at mid-band)
dB
Frequency range
Input
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Dimensions (Lengths)
K 52 17 527
600 891
110
0
in H-plane
K 52 14 5. .
Directional Antenna
174 … 230 MHz
●
16 element Yagi antenna of weather-proof aluminum.
A
C
D
Antennas
174 – 230 MHz
B
Lengths see table
Frequency range
(ch = channel)
Input
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Dimensions (Lengths)
A
B
C
D
Wind load (at 140 km/h)
frontal:
lateral:
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
K 52 14 517
600 206
K 52 14 527
600 208
174 – 202 MHz
202 – 230 MHz
(ch 5 – ch 8)
(ch 9 – ch 12)
7-16 female
< 1.15
11 dB
50 Ω
Horizontal
100 W (higher power upon request)
12 kg
11 kg
3360 mm
2900 mm
2060 mm
2000 mm
880 mm
760 mm
955 mm
825 mm
210 N
290 N
Radiation Patterns
(at mid-band)
44°
10
3
dB
Type No.
Order No.
0
in E-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
185 N
250 N
48°
140 km/h
3350 x 170 x 170 mm 2880 x 170 x 170 mm
Support: Weather-proof aluminum. Dipole cover:
Fiberglass. Clamp: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Mounting:
To pipes of 60 – 115 mm ∅ by means
of mounting clamp, supplied.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
Two or more antennas can be combined to
achieve higher gain and longer, narrower beam
width.
Special features:
The antenna is shipped dismounted.
3
dB
10
Material:
0
in H-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
77
K 52 07 5. .
Directional Antenna
174 … 230 MHz
●
Particularly light 15 element Yagi antenna of weather-proof aluminum.
B
C
A
Lengths see table
Type No.
Order No.
K 52 07 527
601 516
K 52 07 537
601 517
174 – 188 MHz
Material:
Weather-proof aluminum: Dipole cover: Hostalen.
Mounting:
To pipes of 57 – 105 mm ∅ by means
of supplied U-bolts.
A
B
C
53°
10
3
dB
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
horizontal:
vertical:
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
188 – 209 MHz
209 – 230 MHz
7-16 female
< 1.2
8 dB
50 Ω
Horizontal or vertical by conversion of the U-bolts
100 W (higher power upon request)
7.5 kg
7.2 kg
6.8 kg
2010 mm
1865 mm
1720 mm
1020 mm
940 mm
840 mm
900 mm
850 mm
760 mm
frontal / lateral:
frontal / lateral:
frontal / lateral:
239 N / 279 N
222 N / 267 N
199 N / 250 N
239 N / 313 N
222 N / 290 N
199 N / 250 N
225 km/h
2040 x 170 x 170 mm 1900 x 170 x 170 mm 1760 x 170 x 170 mm
Radiation Patterns
(at mid-band)
0
in E-plane
68°
10
3
dB
Frequency range
Input
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Dimensions (Lengths)
K 52 07 517
601 515
0
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
Two or more antennas can be combined to
achieve higher gain and longer, narrower beam
width.
Special features:
The antenna is shipped dismounted.
78
in H-plane
K 52 22 5. .
Directional Antenna
174 – 230 MHz
Logarithmic-periodic broadband directional antenna
with high side-lobe suppression.
● Especially rugged design of hot-dip galvanized steel.
●
K 52 22 57
600 234
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Side-lobe suppression
Polarization
7-16 female
N female
174 – 230 MHz
< 1.2
8.5 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
> 25 dB
Horizontal or vertical by conversion
of two clamps
1 kW (higher power upon request)
27 kg
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
horizontal:
vertikal:
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
K 52 22 51
601 340
frontal / lateral: 250 N / 500 N
frontal / lateral: 250 N / 313 N
225 km/h
2450 x 290 x 1100 mm
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Mounting:
To pipes of 60 – 115 mm ∅ by means
of mounting clamps, supplied.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
Several antennas can be combined to increase
the gain and to produce radiation patterns with
very high side-lobe suppressions.
B
Antennas
174 – 230 MHz
Type No.
Order No.
A
A: 2300 mm
B: 890 mm
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
53°
0
in E-plane
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
68°
0
in H-plane
79
K 53 36 5. .
Dipole Antenna for DAB
216 – 240 MHz
●
Dipole antenna for side-mounting to masts.
C
Type No. / Order No.
Input
769 006
773 361
7-16 female
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
7-16 female
(type gas-stop)
216 – 240 MHz
184 – 230 MHz
< 1.2
< 1.3
5.5 dB in preferred direction
50 Ω
Vertical
2 kW (at 40 °C ambient temperature)
15 kg
frontal: 240 N
lateral: 440 N
225 km/h
2310 x 420 x 160 mm
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Radome: Fiberglass.
Mounting:
Laterally using 8 screws M 12 x 50 to suitable
flange (see draft).
Ice protection:
Even under severe icy conditions the antenna is
still functional due to its heavy-duty construction
and the fiberglass covers for the feeding points.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Note:
The radiation in the mast direction will be
reduced proportionally to the size of the mast.
B
A
D
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
Flange
32°
0
in H-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
80
3
dB
3
10
dB
10
A: 2205 mm
B: 1100 mm
C: 372 mm
D: 315 mm
0
in E-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
K 53 20 5. .
Omnidirectional Antenna for DAB
216 – 240 MHz
Type No. / Order No.
772 899
7-16 female (type gas-stop)
216 – 240 MHz
< 1.2
3 dB
6 dB
50 Ω
Vertical
1 kW
2 kW
(higher power upon request)
37 kg
67 kg
500 N
900 N
200 km/h
2900 mm
5000 mm
186 mm
3030 x 400 x 400 mm 5230 x 400 x 400 mm
Weight
Windload (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Length
Radome diameter
Packing size
Material:
Radiator: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Radome: Fiberglass, brown.
Antenna base: Aluminum.
Mounting:
With standard flange with 320 mm diameter.
Antennas
174 – 230 MHz
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
772 900
Attention: The aluminum flange may only be
mounted to a flat base-plate (max. unevenness
0.5 mm) with a suitable drilled hole in the center
for the both 7-16 connectors.
Fastening torque MA = 50 Nm
(MoS2-lubricated; washer acc. DIN 125 between
casted flange and bolt head)
Grounding:
Continuous earth connection between antenna
tip and base.
Remark:
Special versions with higher input power or
modified frequency range or electrical beam tilt
are available upon request.
Bottom view
Vertical Radiation Patterns
7-16 female
(at mid-band, beamtilt ≈1°)
28°
14°
10
0
772 899
3
dB
3
dB
10
0
772 900
∅ 18
280
320
81
K 53 20 5. .
Omnidirectional Antenna for DAB
216 – 240 MHz
Type No. / Order No.
750 10026
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
750 10025
2 x 7-16 female (type gas-stop)
216 – 240 MHz
< 1.2
3 dB
6 dB
50 Ω
Vertical
2 x 1 kW
2 x 2 kW
(at 40 °C ambient temperature)
42 kg
73 kg
500 N
900 N
200 km/h
2900 mm
5000 mm
186 mm
3030 x 400 x 400 mm 5230 x 400 x 400 mm
Weight
Windload (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Length
Radome diameter
Packing size
Material:
Radiator: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Radome: Fiberglass, brown.
Antenna base: Aluminum.
Mounting:
With standard flange with 320 mm diameter.
Attention: The aluminum flange may only be
mounted to a flat base-plate (max. unevenness
0.5 mm) with a suitable drilled hole in the center
for the both 7-16 connectors.
Fastening torque MA = 50 Nm
(MoS2-lubricated; washer acc. DIN 125 between
casted flange and bolt head)
Grounding:
Continuous earth connection between antenna
tip and base.
Remark:
Special versions with higher input power or
modified frequency range or electrical beam tilt
are available upon request.
Bottom view
2 x 7-16 female
Vertical Radiation Patterns
(at mid-band)
28°
14°
10
0
750 10026
82
3
dB
3
dB
10
0
750 10025
∅ 18
280
320
K 53 31 5. .
Directional Antenna for DAB
216 – 240 MHz
Especially designed for operation in DAB.
Suitbale for omnidirectional pattern with 5 panels in one bay.
Type No. / Order No.
776 064
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Weather protection: Fiberglass.
Mounting:
By means of 4 screws M 16 x 40 to a suitable
construction.
Mounting hardware upon request.
Ice protection:
Even under severe icy conditions the antenna is
still functional due to its heavy-duty construction
and the fiberglass covers for the feeding points.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
The antenna is especially suitable as a
component in arrays to achieve various radiation
patterns.
Scope of supply:
Antennas
174 – 230 MHz
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
7-16 female (type gas-stop)
216 – 240 MHz (219 – 233 MHz)
< 1.15 (< 1.10)
11.5 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Vertical
2 kW
(higher power upon request)
50 kg
frontal: 1050 N
lateral: 1200 N
225 km/h
2530 x 1330 x 680 mm
30
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
35
∅ 18
1200
●
2400
●
7-16 female
Antenna with 4 screws M 16 x 40.
60
1200
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
5
52°
0
in H-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
3
dB
3
28°
10
dB
10
250
0
in E-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
83
K 53 37 5. .
Omnidirectional Antenna
223 – 230 MHz
●
Omnidirectional broadband antenna for mounting on the mast top.
ø 70
Type No. / Order No.
766 614
7-16 female
223 – 230 MHz
< 1.3
50 Ω
0 dB
Vertical
1 kW
6 kg
approx. 60 N (at 160 km/h)
225 km/h
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel. All screws and nuts:
Stainless steel.
Mounting:
To standard flange with diameter 130 mm,
with 4 screws M 12.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
1074
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Impedance
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load
Max. wind velocity
ø 14 (4x)
ø 100
ø 130
Radiation patterns
(at mid-band)
78°
3
0
10
dB
3
0
H-plane
Horizontal radiation pattern
84
3
10
10
10
3
dB
0
0
E-plane
Vertical radiation pattern
ø 100
ø 130
Flange
Systems
470 – 862 MHz
Antenna Systems
470 – 862 MHz
85
TV Transmitting Antenna with panels
K 72 30 4. . – K 72 32 4. . or K 73 30 4. . – K 73 32 4. .
470 – 862 MHz
●
Antenna systems consisting of dipole panels K 72 30 4. . – K 72 32 4. . or
K 73 30 4. . – K 73 32 4. . for various radiation patterns.
●
The feeder network is made up of coaxial power splitters and flexible connecting cables
in accordance with the radiation patterns specification and the transmitting power.
Max. power
Vertical radiation pattern
Horizontal radiation pattern
Half antenna splitting
Pressurization
Painting
Structure
Grounding
Max. wind velocity
Gain*
(at mid-band)
dB
times
Weight
(without
mounting
hardware)
kg
Antenna
height H
m
1150 mm
Internal connections
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN.
470 – 862 MHz
< 1.05 in the operating channels after tuning.
50 Ω
Horizontal with dipole panels
K 72 30 4. . – K72 32 4. .
or vertical with dipole panels
K 73 30 4. . – K 73 32 4. .
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN
are used throughout the system,
allowing easy assembly and maintenance.
According to customer’s requirements.
Null fill and beam tilt upon request.
Omnidirectional, directional or custom-designed.
Upon request, the antenna can be divided into
2 halves (for measurement and maintenance).
The 2 halves are connected by a
2-way power splitter or patch panel.
Splitters and connecting cables can be supplied
with dry air (please specify when ordering).
If required, the antenna is painted in aviation
warning colours.
2 versions are available: a) Panels mounted on
hot-dip galvanized steel spine.
b) Panels mounted inside self-supporting
fiberglass cylinder (1.6 m ∅)
Via mounting parts.
As required.
H
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Impedance
Polarization
No.
of
bays
Panels
per
bay
Windload / kN**
(v = 160 km/h)
with
with
spine cylinder
1.6 m ∅
4
2
3
4
15.2
13.6
12.3
33.1
22.9
17.0
120
160
210
4.45
6.0
6.0
6
2
3
4
17.0
15.4
14.1
50.1
34.7
25.7
170
240
330
6.75
9.5
9.0
8
2
3
4
18.2
16.6
15.3
66.1
45.7
33.9
240
320
420
9.05
13.0
12.0
12
2
3
4
20.0
18.4
17.1
100.0
69.2
51.3
350
490
670
13.65
20.5
18.0
16
2
3
4
21.2
19.6
18.3
131.8
91.2
67.6
450
690
890
18.25
28.0
24.0
* Referred to λ/2 dipole. Attenuation of the internal cabling and the gain-decrease
in case of null fill in the vertical radiation pattern are not considered.
Approximate values for gain decrease:
cable attenuation:
0.2 – 0.5 dB
null fill:
0.3 – 1.0 dB
Gain figures are valid for the direction of maximum radiation (see diagrams on
following page).
** Average values, depending on design and arrangement.
86
TV Transmitting Antenna with panels
K 72 30 4. . – K 72 32 4. . or K 73 30 4. . – K 73 32 4. .
470 – 862 MHz
Horizontal Radiation Patterns
Vertical Radiation Patterns
Examples of typical horizontal
antenna arrays and their horizontal radiation patterns
for minimal mast dimensions.
Examples of typical vertical
radiation patterns*) for several bays
of identical, vertically stacked
antenna arrays.
4 bays
Equal power splitting
100
E rel
50
5
α°
10
α°
10
α°
10
α°
10
Systems
470 – 862 MHz
0
8 bays
100
E rel
50
dB
3
3
dB
10
10
0
5
0
0
Equal power splitting
Different power splitting
12 bays
100
E rel
1/10 P
1/10 P
4/10 P
50
4/10 P
0
5
16 bays
100
E rel
50
10
0
3
dB
dB
3
10
0
5
*)
without null fill
with null fill and beam tilt
0
87
TV Transmitting Antenna
(Superturnstile Antenna) 470 – 862 MHz
K 72 20 4. .
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Vertical radiation pattern
Horizontal radiation pattern
Half antenna splitting
Internal connections
Structure
Mounting
Ice protection
Grounding
No.
of
bays
2
4
8
12
16
Gain*
(at mid-band)
dB
times
7.0
10.0
13.0
14.8
16.0
5.0
10.0
20.0
30.2
39.8
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN.
470 – 862 MHz
< 1.05 in operating channels
50 Ω
Horizontal
According to customer’s requirements,
10 kW max. per bay.
Null fill and beam tilt upon request.
Omnidirectional
Upon request, the antenna can be divided into
2 halves (for measurement and maintenance).
The 2 halves are connected by a
2-way power splitter or patch panel.
The radiating elements are fed with
coaxial connecting cables and hybrid couplers.
Connectors according to IEC, EIA or DIN
are used throughout the system,
allowing easy assembly and maintenance.
Superturnstile antenna in self-supporting
fiberglass-cylinder.
Up to 16 bays may be stacked.
On top of existing structure by means of a flange.
Fiberglass-cylinder (= supporting structure)
Via mounting parts resp. via 4 grounding ropes
at the exterior cylinder-surface.
Weight
(with cylinder)
kg
Antenna
height H
m
Windload
(v = 160 km/h)
kN
400
800
1600
2600
3600
2.25
4.5
9.0
13.5
18.0
3.0
6.0
12.0
18.0
24.0
* Referred to λ/2 dipole. Attenuation of the internal cabling and the gain-decrease
in case of null fill in the vertical radiation pattern are not considered.
Approximate values for gain decrease:
cable attenuation:
0.2 – 0.5 dB
null fill:
0.3 – 1.0 dB
Gain figures are valid for the direction of maximum radiation (see diagrams on
following page).
88
1125 mm
Superturnstile antenna in a self-supporting fiberglass cylinder with 1.60 m diameter.
H
●
TV Transmitting Antenna
(Superturnstile Antenna) 470 – 862 MHz
K 72 20 4. .
Typical Horizontal Radiation Pattern
(at mid-band)
Vertical Radiation Patterns
Examples of typical vertical
radiation patterns*) for several bays
of identical, vertically stacked
antenna arrays.
4 bays
100
E rel
50
3
dB
10
0
5
α°
10
α°
10
α°
10
α°
10
Systems
470 – 862 MHz
0
8 bays
100
E rel
50
0
5
12 bays
100
E rel
50
0
5
16 bays
100
E rel
50
0
*)
5
without null fill
with null fill and beam tilt
89
90
Antennas for TV in UHF Band
470 – 862 MHz
Model Types:
K 72 20 4. ., K 72 23 4. ., K 72 31 4. ., K 72 31 5. .,
K 72 32 4. ., K 72 36 4. ., K 73 30 4. ., K 73 30 5. .,
K 73 31 4. ., K 73 31 6. ., K 73 32 4. ., K 73 33 4. .,
Description
Frequency range
Gain
Polarization
Page
K 72 36 4.
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 790 MHz
8.0 dB
horizontal
93
K 72 31 4.
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
94
715 022
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
94
774 038
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
95
774 039
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
95
774 040
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
95
774 041
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
95
774 046
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
95
774 047
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
95
774 052
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
96
776 165
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
vertical
97
776 166
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
vertical
97
776 167
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
vertical
97
776 168
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
vertical
97
776 202
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
vertical
97
776 203
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
vertical
97
K 73 31 4.
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
vertical
98
769 731
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
vertical
99
750 10082
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
vertical
100
750 10083
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
vertical
100
750 10045
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
10.5 dB
vertical
101
750 10046
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
10.5 dB
vertical
101
750 10047
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
10.5 dB
vertical
101
750 10016
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
102
750 10017
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
102
750 10031
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
102
750 10032
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
102
772 549
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
103
772 550
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
103
772 999
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
103
773 000
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
103
773 332
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
103
773 333
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
103
750 10012
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
103
750 10013
Directional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
103
K 72 31 57
Directional Antenna, aluminum
646 – 860 MHz
10.0 dB
horizontal
104
776 015
Directional Antenna, aluminum
646 – 860 MHz
10.0 dB
horizontal
104
Antennas
470 – 862 MHz
Type No.
...
91
Antennas for TV in UHF Band
470 – 860 MHz
Type No.
92
Description
Frequency range
Gain
Polarization Page
K 72 23 4.
Log.-per Directional Antenna,
aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
9.0 dB
horizontal
or vertical
105
761 327
Log.-per Directional Antenna,
aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
9.0 dB
horizontal
or vertical
105
767 006
Omnidirectional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
5.0 dB
horizontal
106
770 881
Omnidirectional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
8.0 dB
horizontal
106
771 304
Omnidirectional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
107
775 861
Omnidirectional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 860 MHz
11.0 dB
horizontal
107
750 10060
Omnidirectional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 702 MHz
3.0 – 4.5 dB
vertical
108
750 10062
Omnidirectional Antenna, aluminum
470 – 702 MHz
5.5 – 7.0 dB
vertical
109
750 10112
Omnidirectional Antenna,
copper and brass
470 – 502 MHz
6.5 dB
vertical
110
750 10113
Omnidirectional Antenna,
copper and brass
502 – 534 MHz
7.0 dB
vertical
110
750 10114
Omnidirectional Antenna,
copper and brass
534 – 574 MHz
7.5 dB
vertical
110
750 10115
Omnidirectional Antenna,
copper and brass
574 – 614 MHz
7.5 dB
vertical
110
750 10116
Omnidirectional Antenna,
copper and brass
614 – 662 MHz
8.0 dB
vertical
110
750 10117
Omnidirectional Antenna,
copper and brass
654 – 702 MHz
8.0 dB
vertical
110
750 10118
Omnidirectional Antenna,
copper and brass
694 – 750 MHz
8.5 dB
vertical
110
750 10120
Directional Indoor Antenna, brass
470 – 534 MHz
5.0 dB
vertical
111
750 10122
Directional Indoor Antenna, brass
534 – 614 MHz
5.0 dB
vertical
111
750 10124
Directional Indoor Antenna, brass
614 – 702 MHz
5.0 dB
vertical
111
750 10125
Directional Indoor Antenna, brass
702 – 750 MHz
5.0 dB
vertical
111
750 10130
Omnidirectional Indoor Antenna,
aluminum
470 – 558 MHz
0 dB
vertical
112
750 10131
Omnidirectional Indoor Antenna,
aluminum
550 – 638 MHz
0 dB
vertical
112
750 10132
Omnidirectional Indoor Antenna,
aluminum
574 – 702 MHz
0 dB
vertical
112
750 10128
Bidirectional Antenna,
tin plated copper
470 – 860 MHz
2 dB
vertical
113
K 72 36 4.
Directional Antenna
470 – 790 MHz
●
Horizontally polarized broadband directional antenna made
of aluminum and protected by a fiberglass cover.
Type No.
Order No.
K 72 36 47
601 787
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
7-16 female
N female
470 – 790 MHz
s < 1.12
8 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Horizontal
500 W (higher power upon request)
6 kg
Frontal:
250 N
Rearside: 375 N
Lateral:
125 N
225 km/h
567 x 567 x 294 mm
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
A
K 72 36 41
601 921
B
C
Reflector screen and dipoles: Weather-resistant
aluminum. Protective cover: Fiberglass.
Colour: White, upon request orange.
Attachment elbow: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Attachment:
(please order
separately)
E.g. by using clamps K 61 14 0… to tubular
masts of 40 – 521 mm diameter.
Further attachment parts and mounting
dimensions upon request.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Ice protection:
Even under severe icy conditions the antenna is
still functional due to its heavy-duty construction
and the fiberglass covers for the feeding points.
Combinations:
The antenna is particularly suitable for use
in combinations in order to achieve various
radiation patterns.
Scope of delivery:
Directional antenna with one weather protection
unit each for straight connectors and elbow
connectors.
A = B: 500 mm
C:
190 mm
Antennas
470 – 862 MHz
Material:
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
0
in E-plane
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
3
190
dB
3
Weather protection
10
dB
10
61°
400
61°
mm
0
in H-plane
Vertical Radiation Pattern
All dimensions in mm
93
K 72 31 4. .
Directional Antenna
470 – 860 MHz
●
Horizontally or vertically polarized broadband directional
antenna made of aluminum and protected by a fiberglass
cover.
500
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Polarization
Max. power
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
7-16 female
13-30 female
470 – 860 MHz
s < 1.1
11 dB at mid-band
Horizontal
1 kW
2 kW
Frontal:
565 N
Rearside: 815 N
Lateral:
250 N
225 km/h
12 kg
1062 x 562 x 275 mm
1000 x 500 x 190 mm
Max. wind velocity
Weight
Packing size
Height/width/depth
715 022
Material:
Reflector screen and dipoles: Weather-resistant
aluminum. Protective cover: Fiberglass.
Attachment elbow: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Attachment:
(please order
separately)
E.g. by using clamps K 61 14 0… to tubular
masts of 40 – 521 mm diameter.
Further attachment parts and mounting
dimensions upon request.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Ice protection:
The dipoles remain fully functioning even in icy
conditions as the fiberglass cover protects the
whole antenna and also the antenna is of a very
robust design.
Combinations:
The antenna is particularly suitable for use
in combinations in order to achieve various
radiation patterns.
Scope of supply:
Directional antenna with one weather protection
unit each for straight connectors and elbow
connectors.
1000
K 72 31 47
601 417
Horizontal
polarization
190
Type No.
Order No.
910
Weather
protection
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
62°
28°
19
0
10
0
Horizontal Pattern
94
3
dB
dB
3
10
0
Vertical Pattern
K 72 31 47
All dimensions in mm
K 72 31 4. .
Directional Antenna
470 – 860 MHz
●
Horizontally polarized broadband directional antenna
made of aluminum and protected by a fiberglass cover.
●
Similar to type K 72 31 47.
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Height/width/depth
774 046
774 047
774 038
774 039
7-16 female
1 kW
13-30 female 7/8″ EIA-flange
470 – 860 MHz
< 1.1
11 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Horizontal
2 kW
1.5 kW
12 kg
Frontal:
565 N
Rearside: 815 N
Lateral:
250 N
225 km/h
1062 x 562 x 294 mm
1000 x 500 x 190 mm
Reflector screen and dipoles: Weather-resistant
aluminum.
Protective cover: Fiberglass.
Attachment plate: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Attachment:
Using M 8 x 35 screws (supplied) to suitable
attachment construction.
Mounting dimensions upon request.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Ice protection:
The dipoles remain fully functioning even in icy
conditions as the fiberglass cover protects the
whole antenna and also the antenna is of a very
robust design.
Combinations:
The antenna is particularly suitable for use
in combinations in order to achieve various
radiation patterns.
Scope of supply:
The 7-16 female connector is supplied
with a weather protection unit.
Weather
protection
1020
Material:
Horizontal
polarization
Antennas
470 – 862 MHz
Input (from below)
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
774 040
774 041
1000
white
orange
190
Type No.
Order No.
500
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
62°
28°
10
0
in E-plane
Horizontal Pattern
3
dB
dB
3
10
0
in H-plane
Vertical Pattern
774 040
64
All dimensions in mm
95
K 72 31 4. .
Directional Antenna
470 – 860 MHz
●
Horizontally polarized broadband directional antenna
made of aluminum and protected by a fiberglass cover.
●
Similar to type K 72 31 47.
Type No. / Order No.
Max. wind velocity
Weight
Packing size
Height/width/depth
774 052
Reflector screen and dipoles: Weather-resistant
aluminum. Protective cover: Fiberglass.
Colour: White, upon request orange.
Attachment elbow and attachment plate: Hot-dip
galvanized steel.
Attachment:
(please order
separately)
E.g. by using clamps K 61 14 0… to tubular
masts of 40 – 521 mm diameter.
Further attachment parts and mounting dimensions upon request.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Ice protection:
The dipoles remain fully functioning even in icy
conditions as the fiberglass cover protects the
whole antenna and also the antenna is of a very
robust design.
Combinations:
The antenna is particularly suitable for use
in combinations in order to achieve various
radiation patterns.
Scope of supply:
Directional antenna with one weather protection
unit.
Horizontal
polarization
Weather
protection
910
Material:
1000
7-16 female
Horizontal
s < 1.1
11 dB at mid-band
470 – 860 MHz
1 kW
Frontal:
565 N
Rearside: 815 N
Lateral:
250 N
225 km/h
12 kg
1062 x 562 x 294 mm
1000 x 500 x 190 mm
190
Input (from below)
Polarization
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Frequency range
Max. power
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
500
Radiation patterns (at mid-band)
62°
28°
19
10
0
in E-plane
Horizontal Pattern
96
3
dB
dB
3
0
10
0
in H-plane
Vertical Pattern
All dimensions in mm
K 73 31 4. .
Directional Antenna
470 – 860 MHz
●
Vertically polarized broadband directional antenna made
of aluminum and protected by a fiberglass cover.
●
Similar to type K 73 31 47.
776 202
776 203
7-16 female
1 kW
13-30 female 7/8″ EIA-flange
470 – 860 MHz
< 1.12
11 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Vertical
2 kW
1.5 kW
12 kg
Frontal:
565 N
Rearside: 815 N
Lateral:
250 N
225 km/h
1062 x 562 x 294 mm
1000 x 500 x 190 mm
Reflector screen and dipoles: Weather-resistant
aluminum.
Protective cover: Fiberglass.
Attachment plate: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Attachment:
Using M 8 x 35 screws (supplied) to suitable
attachment construction.
Mounting dimensions upon request.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Ice protection:
The dipoles remain fully functioning even in icy
conditions as the fiberglass cover protects the
whole antenna and also the antenna is of a very
robust design.
Combinations:
The antenna is particularly suitable for use
in combinations in order to achieve various
radiation patterns.
Scope of supply:
The 7-16 female connector is supplied
with a weather protection unit.
Weather
protection
1020
Material:
Vertical
polarization
Antennas
470 – 862 MHz
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Height/width/depth
776 167
776 168
1000
Input (from below)
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
776 165
776 166
52
white
orange
190
Type No.
Order No.
500
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
62°
28°
10
0
in H-plane
Horizontal Pattern
3
64
dB
dB
3
10
0
in E-plane
Vertical Pattern
All dimensions in mm
97
K 73 31 4. .
Directional Antenna
470 – 860 MHz
●
Horizontally or vertically polarized broadband directional
antenna made of aluminum and protected by a fiberglass
cover.
500
K 73 31 41
601 492
Max. wind velocity
Weight
Packing size
Height/width/depth
7-16 female
470 – 860 MHz
s < 1.12
11 dB at mid-band
Vertical
0.5 kW
1 kW
Frontal:
565 N
Rearside: 815 N
Lateral:
250 N
225 km/h
12 kg
1062 x 562 x 275 mm
1000 x 500 x 190 mm
Reflector screen and dipoles: Weather-resistant
aluminum. Protective cover: Fiberglass.
Attachment elbow: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Attachment:
(please order
separately)
E.g. by using clamps K 61 14 0… to tubular
masts of 40 – 521 mm diameter.
Further attachment parts and mounting
dimensions upon request.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Ice protection:
The dipoles remain fully functioning even in icy
conditions as the fiberglass cover protects the
whole antenna and also the antenna is of a very
robust design.
Combinations:
The antenna is particularly suitable for use
in combinations in order to achieve various
radiation patterns.
Scope of supply:
Directional antenna with one weather protection
unit each for straight connectors and elbow
connectors.
Vertical
polarization
Weather
protection
910
Material:
1000
N female
52
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Polarization
Max. power
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
K 73 31 47
601 709
190
Type No.
Order No.
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
62°
28°
19
0
10
0
Horizontal Pattern
98
3
dB
dB
3
10
0
Vertical Pattern
All dimensions in mm
K 73 31 4. .
Directional Antenna
470 – 860 MHz
●
Vertically polarized broadband directional antenna made
of aluminum and protected by a fiberglass cover.
●
Similar to type K 73 31 47.
Type No. / Order No.
Attachment:
Using M 8 x 35 screws (supplied) to suitable
attachment construction.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Ice protection:
The dipoles remain fully functioning even in icy
conditions as the fiberglass cover protects the
whole antenna and also the antenna is of a very
robust design.
Combinations:
The antenna is particularly suitable for use
in combinations in order to achieve various
radiation patterns.
Scope of supply:
The 7-16 female connector is supplied
with a weather protection unit.
Antennas
470 – 862 MHz
Reflector screen and dipoles: Weather-resistant
aluminum.
Protective cover: Fiberglass.
Attachment plate: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Vertical
polarization
Weather
protection
1020
Material:
1000
7-16 female
470 – 860 MHz
< 1.12
11 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Vertical
1 kW
12 kg
Frontal:
565 N
Rearside: 815 N
Lateral:
250 N
225 km/h
1062 x 562 x 294 mm
1000 x 500 x 190 mm
52
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Height/width/depth
769 731
190
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
500
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
1962°
0
28°
10
0
in H-plane
Horizontal Pattern
3
64
dB
dB
3
10
0
in E-plane
Vertical Pattern
All dimensions in mm
99
K 73 31 4. .
Directional Antenna
470 – 860 MHz
Vertically polarized broadband directional antenna
made of aluminum and protected by a fiberglass cover.
white
orange
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Height/width/depth
750 10082
750 10083
7/8″ EIA flange
470 – 860 MHz
s < 1.12
11 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Vertical
1.5 kW
12 kg
Frontal:
565 N
Rearside: 815 N
Lateral:
250 N
225 km/h
1062 x 562 x 294 mm
1000 x 500 x 190 mm
1000
Type No.
Order No.
500
Vertical
polarization
190
●
Material:
Reflector screen and dipoles: Weather-resistant
aluminum.
Protective cover: Fiberglass.
Attachment plate: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Attachment:
Using M8 x 35 screws (supplied) to suitable
attachment construction.
Mounting dimensions upon request.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Ice protection:
The dipoles remain fully functioning even in icy
conditions as the fiberglass cover protects the
whole antenna and also the antenna is of a very
robust design.
Combinations:
The antenna is particularly suitable for use
in combinations in order to achieve various
radiation patterns.
EIA flange
1020
52
7/8″
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
62°
28°
10
0
in H-plane
Horizontal Pattern
100
3
dB
dB
3
10
64
0
in E-plane
Vertical Pattern
All dimensions in mm
K 73 31 4. .
Directional Antenna
470 – 860 MHz
●
Vertically polarized broadband directional antenna
made of aluminum and protected by a fiberglass cover.
●
Especially suitable for ortogonal steel spines.
Material:
Reflector screen and dipoles: Weather-resistant
aluminum.
Protective cover: Fiberglass.
Attachment plate: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Attachment:
Using M 8 x 35 screws (supplied) to suitable
attachment construction.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Ice protection:
The dipoles remain fully functioning even in icy
conditions as the fiberglass cover protects the
whole antenna and also the antenna is of a very
robust design.
Combinations:
The antenna is particularly suitable for
multi-panel arrangements.
Vertical
polarization
74
54
52
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Height/width/depth
7-16 female
470 – 860 MHz
< 1.15
10.5 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Vertical
1 kW
10 kg
Frontal: 410 N
Lateral: 250 N
225 km/h
1140 x 330 x 240 mm
1045 x 323 x 193 mm
1020
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
750 10045
750 10046
750 10047
Antennas
470 – 862 MHz
grey
white
orange
1045
Type No.
Order No.
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
70°
323
28°
10
0
Horizontal Pattern
3
dB
dB
3
10
0
Vertical Pattern
All dimensions in mm
101
K 72 32 4. .
Directional Antenna
470 – 860 MHz
Horizontally polarized broadband directional antenna
made of aluminum and protected by a fiberglass cover.
white
orange
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Height/width/depth
750 10031
750 10032
7/8″
750 10016
750 10017
EIA flange
15/8″ EIA flange
470 – 860 MHz
s < 1.1
11 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Horizontal
1.5 kW
3 kW
10 kg
10.5 kg
Frontal:
565 N
Rearside: 815 N
Lateral:
250 N
225 km/h
1062 x 562 x 294 mm
1000 x 500 x 190 mm
1000
Type No.
Order No.
500
Horizontal
polarization
190
●
Material:
Reflector screen and dipoles: Weather-resistant
aluminum.
Protective cover: Fiberglass.
Attachment plate: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Attachment:
Using M 8 x 35 screws (supplied) to suitable
attachment construction.
Mounting dimensions upon request.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Ice protection:
The dipoles remain fully functioning even in icy
conditions as the fiberglass cover protects the
whole antenna and also the antenna is of a very
robust design.
Combinations:
The antenna is particularly suitable for use
in combinations in order to achieve various
radiation patterns.
EIA flange
1020
7/8″
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
56°
26°
10
0
in E-plane
Horizontal Pattern
102
3
dB
dB
3
10
0
in H-plane
Vertical Pattern
750 10031
750 10032
All dimensions in mm
64
K 72 32 4. .
Directional Antenna
470 – 860 MHz
500
Horizontally polarized broadband directional antenna
made of aluminum and protected by a fiberglass cover.
Input (from below)
772 549
772 550
750 10012
750 10013
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Height/width/depth
1 kW
773 333
773 332
7/8″
EIA
13-30 female
15/8″ EIA
flange
flange
470 – 860 MHz
s < 1.1
11 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Horizontal
1.5 kW
2 kW
3 kW
9.5 kg
10 kg
Frontal:
565 N
Rearside: 815 N
Lateral:
250 N
225 km/h
1062 x 562 x 294 mm
1000 x 500 x 190 mm
7-16 female
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
773 000
772 999
Material:
Reflector screen and dipoles: Weather-resistant aluminum.
Protective cover: Fiberglass.
Attachment plate: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Attachment:
Using M 8 x 35 screws (supplied) to suitable attachment
construction.
Mounting dimensions upon request.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Ice protection:
The dipoles remain fully functioning even in icy conditions
as the fiberglass cover protects the whole antenna and also
the antenna is of a very robust design.
Combinations:
The antenna is particularly suitable for use in combinations
in order to achieve various radiation patterns.
Scope of supply:
The 7-16 female connector is supplied with a weather
protection unit.
Antennas
470 – 862 MHz
white
orange
1000
Type No.
Order No.
190
●
Horizontal
polarization
1020
Weather
protection
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
56°
26°
10
0
in E-plane
Horizontal Pattern
3
dB
dB
3
10
0
in H-plane
Vertical Pattern
772 549
772 550
64
All dimensions in mm
103
K 72 31 5.
Directional Antenna
675 – 860 MHz
●
Horizontally polarized broadband directional antenna made
of aluminum and protected by a fiberglass cover.
B
Type No.
Order No.
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
K 72 31 57
602 204
776 015
7-16 female
646 – 860 MHz
13-30 female
646 – 860 MHz
< 1.1
10 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
Horizontal
1 kW
2 kW
8 kg
Frontal:
315 N
Rearside: 500 N
Lateral:
160 N
225 km/h
970 x 410 x 240 mm
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Material:
Reflector screen and dipoles: Weather-resistant
aluminum. Radome: Fiberglass, colour: White,
upon request orange.
Fittings: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Attachment:
(please order
separately)
E.g. by using clamps K 61 14 0… to tubular
masts of 40 – 521 mm diameter.
Further attachment parts and mounting
dimensions upon request.
Ice protection:
Even under severe icy conditions the antenna is
still functional due to its heavy-duty construction
and the fiberglass covers for the feeding points.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
The antenna is particularly suitable for use
in combinations in order to achieve various
radiation patterns.
Scope of delivery:
Directional antenna with one weather protection
unit each for straight connectors and elbow
connectors.
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
69°
28°
0
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
104
3
dB
10
dB
10
3
A
0
Vertical Radiation Pattern
Horizontal
polarization
C
A: 880 mm
B: 315 mm
C: 150 mm
K 72 23 4.
Directional Antenna
470 – 860 MHz
●
Logarithmic-periodic broadband directional antenna
in fiberglas radome.
● High side-lobe suppression.
C
Type No.
Order No.
761 327
K 72 23 41
601 695
7-16 female
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Material:
7-16 female
N female
470 – 860 MHz
< 1.25
9 dB at mid-band
50 Ω
> 23 dB at 470 – 500 MHz
> 25 dB at 500 – 860 MHz
Either horizontal or vertical
by repositioning two clamps
100 W
30 W
30 W
9 kg
For horizontal pol.: frontal/lateral: 63 / 102 N
For vertical pol.:
frontal/lateral: 63 / 500 N
For horizontal pol.: 225 km/h
For vertical pol.:
180 km/h
1172 x 372 x 224 mm
Radiator: Weather-resistant aluminum.
Radome: Fiberglass, colour: Grey.
Mounting kit: Aluminum.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
To tubular masts of 48 – 115 mm diameter using
supplied clamps.
Ice protection:
Since radiating system is fully protected by the
radome and due to its very sturdy construction,
the antenna remains fully operational even under
heavy icy conditions.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Combinations:
Several antennas can be combined to increase
the gain and to produce radiation patterns with
very high side-lobe suppressions.
For horizontal polarization
A: 1153 mm
B: 353 mm
C: 180 mm
A
B
For vertical polarization
D:
140 mm
D
D
For horizontal polarization
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
For vertical polarization
53°
dB
0
In E-Plane
3
dB
10
10
3
65°
0
In H-Plane
105
Antennas
470 – 862 MHz
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Side-lobe suppression
K 72 23 47
601 584
K 72 20 4. .
Omnidirectional Antenna
470 – 860 MHz
Broadband omnidirectional antenna.
Type No. / Order No.
Number of bays
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain
Vertical 3 dB beam width
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Height H
767 006
770 881
1
2
7-16 female
7/8″ EIA
470 – 860 MHz
< 1.1
5 dB
8 dB
at mid-band
at mid-band
22°
11°
50 Ω
Horizontal
1 kW
2 kW
(at 40 °C ambient temperature)
20 kg
40 kg
285 N
570 N
225 km/h
1.15 m
2.3 m
H
●
Material:
Omnidirectional antenna in protective fiberglass
radome with a diameter of 300 mm.
Flange: Aluminum.
Attachment:
To tubular masts with a diameter of 100 – 160 mm
by using the attachment accessories 768 853
(see photo) or on a flange (see draft).
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Upper side
max. 190
150
4 x M12
Base flange
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
100
E rel
100
E rel
50
50
3
dB
10
0
10
20
α°
0
10
20
0
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
106
Vertical Radiation Pattern
1 bay (767 006)
Vertical Radiation Pattern
2 bays (770 881)
α°
K 72 20 4. .
Omnidirectional Antenna
470 – 860 MHz
Broadband omnidirectional antenna
Type No. / Order No.
771 304
Number of bays
Input
Input feed by
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/dipole)
Vertical 3 dB beamwidth
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Windload (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Height
Packing size
775 861
4
4
15/8″ EIA flange
15/8″ EIA flange
Coupler
Splitter
470 – 860 MHz
1.1 in the whole frequency range
< 1.05 in the operating channel
(optimization by tuning)
11 dB at mid-band
5.5°
50 Ω
Horizontal
4 kW (average)
(at 40 °C ambient temperature)
170 kg
1.45 kN
225 km/h
5.1 m
5400 x 500 x 600 mm
Material:
Omnidirectional antenna in protective fiberglass
radome with a diameter of 300 mm.
Mounting:
On top of existing structure by means of an
adapter. Mounting dimensions upon request.
Grounding:
Continuous earth connection between antenna
tip and base.
Special features:
(only 775 861)
Antenna is equipped with a special power splitter
including tuning section to allow optimization of
VSWR < 1.05 within operating channel.
Antennas
470 – 862 MHz
●
280
diameter 18
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
4 bays
100
300
E rel
50
3
dB
10
0
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
0
10
20
α°
Vertical Radiation Pattern
107
K 73 20 4. .
Omnidirectional Antenna
470 – 702 MHz
Broadband omnidirectional antenna
Type No. / Order No.
750 10060
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Vertical 3 dB beam width
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Height
7-16 female
470 – 702 MHz
< 1.3
(better VSWR values upon request)
3.0 – 4.5 dB
20° – 30°
50 Ω
Vertical
750 W (at 40 °C ambient temperature)
16 kg
225 N
225 km/h
1400 mm
Material:
Omnidirectional antenna in protective fiberglass
radome with a diameter of 230 mm.
Flange: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Attachment:
Onto a fitting counterflange or to tubular masts by
using the steel adapter 753 10237 (weight 9 kg,
suitable for tube diameters 100 – 160 mm).
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
~1400
●
∅ 230
∅ 245
∅ 200
55
7-16 female
5xM12
Bottom view with
attachment accessories
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
10
0
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
108
3
dB
dB
3
10
0
Vertical Radiation Pattern
K 73 20 4. .
Omnidirectional Antenna
470 – 702 MHz
Broadband omnidirectional antenna
750 10062
7-16 female
470 – 702 MHz
< 1.3
5.5 – 7 dB
11° – 22°
50 Ω
Vertical
1 kW
(at 40 °C ambient temperature)
40 kg
490 N
225 km/h
1927 mm
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Height
Material:
1927
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Vertical 3 dB beam width
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Omnidirectional antenna in protective fiberglass
radome with a diameter of 332 mm.
Flange: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Attachment:
∅ 332
Onto a fitting counterflange or to tubular masts by
using the steel adapter 753 10232 (weight 13.5 kg,
suitable for tube diameters 100 – 160 mm).
Lightning protection:
Lightning rod
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
∅ 356
∅ 280
7-16 female
6xM12
Bottom view
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
15°
3
10
dB
10
0
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
3
0
Vertical Radiation Pattern
1 ° electrical downtilt
109
Antennas
470 – 862 MHz
Type No. / Order No.
dB
●
K 73 20 4. .
Omnidirectional Antenna
470 – 750 MHz
●
Center fed collinear antenna
Vertical Polarized Omni Antenna for Ch 21 – Ch 55
750
750
750
750
750
750
750
Frequency
range
10112
10113
10114
10115
10116
10117
10118
470
502
534
574
614
654
694
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
502
534
574
614
662
702
750
MHz
MHz
MHz
MHz
MHz
MHz
MHz
Input
VSWR
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Radome diameter
Wind load (at 150 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Length
Channel
Ch
Ch
Ch
Ch
Ch
Ch
Ch
21
25
29
34
39
44
49
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Ch
Ch
Ch
Ch
Ch
Ch
Ch
Gain
(ref. λ/2 dipole)
24
28
33
38
44
49
55
6.5
7
7.5
7.5
8
8
8.5
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
dB
Half-power
beam width
13°
12°
11°
10°
9.5°
9°
8.5°
3113 mm
Type No. / Order No.
7-16 female connector
1.4
50 Ω
Vertical
400 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
8.0 kg
51 mm
220 N
180 km/h
3379 x 206 x 1522 mm
3113 mm
Material:
Radiator: Copper and brass.
Radome: Fiberglass, colour: Grey
Antenna base: Aluminum.
Mounting kit, screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
The antenna can be attached laterally at the tip of a tubular mast of
50 – 94 mm diameter (connecting cable runs outside the mast).
Grounding:
Earthing cross-section of 22 mm2 copper between antenna tip and base.
um
maximtop
mast
150
dB
10
3
230
*
0
Vertical Pattern
Half-power beam width:
* see table above
110
104
K 73 33 4. .
Directional Indoor Antenna
470 – 750 MHz
Vertical Polarized Indoor Antenna for DVB-H
Input
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Half-power beam width
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Protection class
Weight
Packing size
Height/width/depth
750 10122
750 10124
750 10125
470 – 534 MHz 534 – 614 MHz 614 – 702 MHz 702 – 750 MHz
Ch 21 – Ch 28 Ch 29 – Ch 38 Ch 39 – Ch 49 Ch 50 – Ch 55
N female connector
< 2.0
Approx. 5 dB
Horizontal: Approx. 90°
50 Ω
Vertical
50 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
IP 30
1390 g
315 x 252 x 62 mm
302 x 243 x 50 mm
Material:
Reflector: Brass.
Radome: High impact polystyrol, colour: White.
Additional painting is possible.
Mounting plates: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
Two holes of 6 mm diameter in the mounting
plate. Screws are not supplied
Grounding:
All metal parts inclusive the inner conductor are
DC grounded.
Antennas
470 – 862 MHz
Frequency range
750 10120
90°
10
3
dB
Type No. / Order No.
0
Horizontal Pattern
Mounting:
Mount the attachment plate to the wall
using two screws of 4 mm diameter
in the position as indicated.
Align the antenna over the attachment plate.
Pull the antenna down to the stop.
111
K 73 20 4. .
Indoor Omnidirectional Antenna
470 – 750 MHz
Vertical Polarized Indoor Antenna for DVB-H
Type No. / Order No.
750 10130
Frequency range
750 10131
750 10132
470 – 574 MHz 526 – 670 MHz 598 – 750 MHz
Ch 21 – Ch 33 Ch 28 – Ch 45 Ch 37 – Ch 55
N female connector
< 2.0
Approx. 0 dB
50 Ω
Vertical
50 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
IP 30
450 g
267 x 267 x 114 mm
258 mm
77 mm (without connector)
Input
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2-dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Protection class
Weight
Packing size
Diameter
Height
Material:
Reflector: Aluminum.
Radome: High impact polystyrol, colour: White.
Additional painting is possible.
Mounting:
Three holes in the base enable a mounting on
the ceiling. Two types of screws are supplied.
For the N connector a hole in the ceiling with a
diameter of 35 mm is required.
Grounding:
All metal parts including the inner conductor
are DC grounded.
46 mm
112
5 mm
dia. 160 mm
3 holes dia. 5 mm
N connector, female
K 73 21 4. .
Bidirectional Antenna
470 – 702 MHz
Particulary suitable for DVB-H
750 10128
N female
470 – 860 MHz
470 – 750 MHz: < 1.7
750 – 860 MHz: < 2.2
2 dB
50 Ω
Vertical
250 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
IP 33
0.8 kg
Frontal:
25 N (at 150 km/h)
Lateral:
65 N (at 150 km/h)
Rearside:
35 N (at 150 km/h)
200 km/h
422 x 212 x 95 mm
310 / 55 / 190 mm
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power (total)
Protection class
Weight
Wind load
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Height/width/depth
Material:
Radiator: Tin plated brass.
Reflector: Weather-proof aluminum.
Radome: High impact plastic, colour: Grey.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
8.5 mm
Mounting:
Wall mounting: No additional mounting kit
needed.
For pipe mast mounting use clamps listed below
(order separately).
Ice protection:
The radiating system is protected by the radome.
Due to its very sturdy construction, the antenna
remains operational even under icy conditions.
Grounding:
All metal parts of the antenna as well as the
inner conductor are DC grounded.
Accessories (order separately)
734
734
734
734
734
734
360
361
362
363
364
365
2
2
2
2
2
2
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
220°
Weight Units per
approx. antenna
Remarks
Mast:
Mast:
Mast:
Mast:
Mast:
Mast:
34
60
80
100
120
45
–
–
–
–
–
–
60
80
100
120
140
125
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
60 g
70 g
80 g
90 g
110 g
80 g
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
3
dB
Type No. Description
Antennas
470 – 862 MHz
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
400 mm
Type No. / Order No.
371 mm
●
0
Typical Horizontal Pattern
113
114
Systems
1452 – 1492 MHz
Antenna Systems
1452 – 1492 MHz
115
Transmitting Antenna
with panels K 83 30 6. .
1452 – 1492 MHz
Type No. / Order No.
Input connector
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Input power
Polarization
Half-power beam width
Height
Weight
Windload (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
759 13851
7-16 female
1452 – 1492 MHz
< 1.2
10.5 dB
50 Ω
800 W (RMS)
Vertical
Vertical: 9°
3.000 mm (incl. lightning rod)
125 kg
0.8 kN
200 km/h
Material:
Reflector screen and radiators: Copper.
Radomes: Fiberglass, colour: Grey.
Panel pipe: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
Panel pipe mounted with suitable clamps or
additional flange on existing mast structures.
A version supplied with fixing flange is available
upon request.
Grounding:
The metal parts of the antenna are DC grounded.
Also the inner conductors of the antenna panels
are DC grounded.
Packing infomation:
Wooden crate: 2.700 x 800 x 900 mm
Total weight: 400 kg
3
dB
10
0
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
116
Transmitting Antenna
with panels K 83 30 6. .
1452 – 1492 MHz
1 5/8″ EIA-flange
1452 – 1492 MHz
< 1.2
13 dB
50 Ω
max. 3 kW (RMS)
Vertical
Vertical: 4.5°
on request
4.900 mm (excl. lightning rod)
160 kg
0.1 kN
200 km/h
Material:
Reflector screen and radiators: Copper.
Radomes: Fiberglass, colour: Grey.
Panel pipe: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
Panel pipe mounted with suitable clamps or
additional flange on existing mast structures.
A version supplied with fixing flange is available
upon request.
Grounding:
The metal parts of the antenna are DC grounded.
Also the inner conductors of the antenna panels
are DC grounded.
Packing infomation:
2 wooden crate: approx. 2.700 x 800 x 900 mm
Total weight: 180 kg, each
Systems
1452 – 1492 MHz
Input connector
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Input power
Polarization
Half-power beam width
Downtilt
Height
Weight
Windload (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
759 13232
10
3
dB
Type No. / Order No.
0
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
117
Transmitting Antenna for large structures
with panels K 83 30 6. .
1452 – 1492 MHz
Type No. / Order No.
Input connector
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Input power
Polarization
Beam tilt
Distance of panels
Height
Weight
Windload (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
759 14152
1 5/8″ EIA-flange
1452 – 1492 MHz
< 1.2
9.5 dB
50 Ω
max. 2 kW (RMS)
Mixed polarized (+45° and –45°)
3° or on request
10.000 mm
1302 mm per unit
approx. 180 kg
1.1 kN
200 km/h
Material:
Reflector screen and radiators: Copper.
Radomes: Fiberglass, colour: Grey.
Panel pipe: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
Panel pipe mounted with suitable clamps or
additional flange on existing mast structures.
A version supplied with fixing flange is available
upon request.
–45°
r
+45°
+45°
–45°
Grounding:
The metal parts of the antenna are DC grounded.
Also the inner conductors of the antenna panels
are DC grounded.
3
dB
10
0
Horizontal Radiation Pattern
Models:
118
Models 750 10094 (+45°) and 750 10194 (–45°)
L-Band Antenna Panel with 70° half-power
beamwidth, 3° electrical downtilt,
max. power 500 W, height 1302 mm
Antennas for DAB in L Band
1452 – 1492 MHz
Model Types:
K 83 20 6. ., K 83 30 6. .
Description
Frequency range
Gain
Polarization
Page
770 732
Dipole Panel 65°
1452 – 1492 MHz
8.0 dB
vertical
120
770 733
Dipole Panel 65°
1452 – 1492 MHz
10.5 dB
vertical
120
770 793
Dipole Panel 65°
1452 – 1492 MHz
13.5 dB
vertical
120
770 794
Dipole Panel 65°
1452 – 1492 MHz
15.0 dB
vertical
120
770 795
Dipole Panel 65°
1452 – 1492 MHz
16.0 dB
vertical
120
770 652
Dipole Panel 90°
1452 – 1492 MHz
12.5 dB
vertical
121
770 947
Dipole Panel 90°
1452 – 1492 MHz
15.5 dB
vertical
122
770 948
Dipole Panel 160°
1452 – 1492 MHz
14.0 dB
vertical
123
770 653
Dipole Panel 160°
1452 – 1492 MHz
11.0 dB
vertical
124
772 310
Dipole Panel 180°
1452 – 1492 MHz
13.5 dB
vertical
125
771 917
Dipole Panel 180°
1452 – 1492 MHz
10.5 dB
vertical
126
750 10190
Dipole Panel 70°
1452 – 1492 MHz
14.0 dB
+45°
127
750 10191
Dipole Panel 70°
1452 – 1492 MHz
14.0 dB
–45°
127
750 10094
Dipole Panel 70°
1452 – 1492 MHz
14.0 dB
+45°
128
750 10194
Dipole Panel 70°
1452 – 1492 MHz
14.0 dB
–45°
128
770 721
Omnidirectional Antenna
1452 – 1492 MHz
7.0 dB
vertical
129
770 722
Omnidirectional Antenna
1452 – 1492 MHz
10.0 dB
vertical
129
771 870
Omnidirectional Antenna
1452 – 1492 MHz
11.5 dB
vertical
129
771 038
Omnidirectional Antenna
1452 – 1492 MHz
10.0 dB
vertical
130
Antennas
1452 – 1492 MHz
Type No.
119
K 83 30 6. .
Panel for DAB in L Band
65° Half-power Beam Width
770 733
770 793
770 794
Bottom or top
7-16 female connector
1452 – 1492 MHz
< 1.25
< 1.25
< 1.25
10.5 dB
13.5 dB
15 dB
50 Ω
Vertical
< 1.3
8 dB
210 mm
1.5 kg
< 1.25
16 dB
65°
27°
13°
9°
6.5°
200 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
155 mm
49 mm
405 mm
795 mm
1185 mm
1575 mm
2 kg
3 kg
4.5 kg
5.5 kg
40 N
15 N
45 N
80 N
30 N
90 N
160 N
60 N
180 N
200 km/h
240 N
100 N
280 N
Material:
Reflector screen and radiator: Copper.
Radome: Fiberglass, colour: Grey.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
Walls: Using two mounting plates already
attached to the antenna.
Masts: Using two clamps suitable for the mast
diameter (order separately).
Ice protection:
155
Height see table
55°
770 795
320 N
140 N
380 N
∅ 8.5
34
64
Since the radiating system is protected by the
radome and due to its very sturdy construction,
the antenna remains operational even under
icy conditions.
Grounding:
The metal parts of the antenna, including
the mounting kit, are DC grounded.
The inner conductor is also DC grounded.
120°
10
3
0
Accessories for Antennas
770 732, 770 733, 770 793, 770 794 (order separately)
Type No.
Order No.
Description
734
734
734
734
734
734
2
2
2
2
2
2
360
361
362
363
364
365
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
Remarks
34
60
80
100
120
45
–
–
–
–
–
–
60
80
100
120
140
125
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
Horizontal Pattern
Units per
antenna
1
1
1
1
1
1
120
1 clamp
1 clamp
1 clamp
50 – 115 mm diameter
110 – 220 mm diameter
210 – 380 mm diameter
*
10
3
0
Accessories for Antenna 770 795 (order separately)
738 546
850 10002
850 10003
65°
dB
Connector position
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Half-power beam width
Horizontal plane
Vertical plane
Max. power
Width
Depth
Height
Weight
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Frontal:
Lateral:
Rearside:
Max. wind velocity
770 732
dB
Type No. / Order No.
2
2
2
Vertical
Half-power beam width:
* see table above
K 83 30 6. .
Panel for DAB in L Band
90° Half-power Beam Width
155
Type No. / Order No.
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Height/width/depth
Bottom or top
7-16 female connector
1452 – 1492 MHz
12.5 dB
< 1.25
50 Ω
Vertical
Horizontal: 90°/ Vertical: 12°
500 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
3.7 kg
Frontal:
200 N
Lateral:
80 N
Rearside: 230 N
200 km/h
1087 x 172 x 259 mm
988 / 155 / 49 mm
Material:
Reflector screen and radiator: Copper.
Radome: Fiberglass, colour: Grey.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
Walls: Using two mounting plates already
attached to the antenna.
Masts: Using two clamps suitable for the mast
diameter (order separately).
∅ 8.5
34
64
Since the radiating system is protected by the
radome and due to its very sturdy construction,
the antenna remains operational even under
icy conditions.
The metal parts of the antenna, including
the mounting kit, are DC grounded.
The inner conductor is also DC grounded.
Antennas
1452 – 1492 MHz
Grounding:
90°
3
dB
Ice protection:
988
1036
1066
Connector position
Input
Frequency range
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
VSWR
Impedance
Polarization
Half-power beam width
Max. power
Weight
Windload (at 160 km/h)
770 652
0
Horizontal Pattern
Accessories (order separately)
Description
734
734
734
734
734
734
2
2
2
2
2
2
360
361
362
363
364
365
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
Remarks
34
60
80
100
120
45
–
–
–
–
–
–
60
80
100
120
140
125
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
12°
Units per
antenna
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
3
dB
Type No.
Order No.
0
Vertical Pattern
121
K 83 30 6. .
Panel for DAB in L Band
90° Half-power Beam Width
155
Max. power
Weight
Windload (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Height/width/depth
Material:
Reflector screen and radiator: Copper.
Radome: Fiberglass, colour: Grey.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
2026
∅ 8.5
Mounting:
Walls: Using two mounting plates already
attached to the antenna.
Masts: Using two clamps suitable for the mast
diameter (order separately).
Ice protection:
Since the radiating system is protected by the
radome and due to its very sturdy construction,
the antenna remains operational even under
icy conditions.
Grounding:
1996
Bottom
7-16 female connector
1452 – 1492 MHz
< 1.25
15.5 dB
50 Ω
Vertical
Horizontal: 90°/ Vertical: 5.5°
1° electr. downtilt
500 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
6.9 kg
Frontal:
400 N
Lateral:
180 N
Rearside: 480 N
200 km/h
2044 x 172 x 72 mm
1942 / 155 / 49 mm
1942
Connector position
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Half-power beam width
770 947
34
64
90°
The metal parts of the antenna, including
the mounting kit, are DC grounded.
The inner conductor is also DC grounded.
3
dB
Type No. / Order No.
0
Horizontal Pattern
Accessories (order separately)
Type No.
Order No.
Description
738 546
850 10002
850 10003
1 clamp
1 clamp
1 clamp
Remarks
50 – 115 mm diameter
110 – 220 mm diameter
210 – 380 mm diameter
Units per
antenna
2
2
2
5.5°
3
dB
10
0
Vertical Pattern
1° electrical downtilt
122
K 83 30 6. .
Panel for DAB in L Band
160° Half-power Beam Width
155
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Height/width/depth
Material:
Reflector screen and radiator: Copper.
Radome: Fiberglass, colour: Grey.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
2026
1996
∅ 8.5
Mounting:
Walls: Using two mounting plates already
attached to the antenna.
Masts: Using two clamps suitable for the mast
diameter (order separately).
Ice protection:
Since the radiating system is protected by the
radome and due to its very sturdy construction,
the antenna remains operational even under
icy conditions.
Grounding:
The metal parts of the antenna, including
the mounting kit, are DC grounded.
The inner conductor is also DC grounded.
34
64
160°
Antennas
1452 – 1492 MHz
Max. power
Weight
Windload (at 160 km/h)
Bottom
7-16 female connector
1452 – 1492 MHz
14 dB
< 1.25
50 Ω
Vertical
Horizontal: 160° / Vertical: 5.5°
1° electrical downtilt
500 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
7.3 kg
Frontal:
440 N
Lateral:
230 N
Rearside: 480 N
200 km/h
2047 x 172 x 259 mm
1942 / 155 / max. 168 mm
1942
Connector position
Input
Frequency range
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
VSWR
Impedance
Polarization
Half-power beam width
770 948
10
220°
3
dB
Type No. / Order No.
0
Horizontal Pattern
Accessories (order separately)
Description
738 546
850 10002
850 10003
1 clamp
1 clamp
1 clamp
Remarks
50 – 115 mm diameter
110 – 220 mm diameter
210 – 380 mm diameter
Units per
antenna
2
2
2
5.5°
10
3
dB
Type No.
Order No.
0
Vertical Pattern
1° electrical downtilt
123
K 83 30 6. .
Panel for DAB in L Band
160° Half-power Beam Width
155
770 653
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Height/width/depth
Bottom or top
7-16 female connector
1452 – 1492 MHz
11 dB
< 1.25
50 Ω
Vertical
Horizontal: 160°/ Vertical: 12°
500 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
4 kg
Frontal:
220 N
Lateral:
130 N
Rearside: 280 N
200 km/h
1087 x 172 x 259 mm
988 / 155 / max. 168 mm
Material:
Reflector screen and radiator: Copper.
Radome: Fiberglass, colour: Grey.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
Walls: Using two mounting plates already
attached to the antenna.
Masts: Using two clamps suitable for the mast
diameter (order separately).
Ice protection:
Since the radiating system is protected by the
radome and due to its very sturdy construction,
the antenna remains operational even under
icy conditions.
Grounding:
The metal parts of the antenna, including
the mounting kit, are DC grounded.
The inner conductor is also DC grounded.
988
1036
1066
Connector position
Input
Frequency range
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
VSWR
Impedance
Polarization
Half-power beam width
Max. power
Weight
Windload (at 160 km/h)
∅ 8.5
34
64
160°
10
220°
3
dB
Type No.
0
Horizontal Pattern
Accessories (order separately)
Type No.
Order No.
Description
734
734
734
734
734
734
2
2
2
2
2
2
Remarks
Units per
antenna
12°
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
34
60
80
100
120
45
–
–
–
–
–
–
60
80
100
120
140
125
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
3
dB
360
361
362
363
364
365
0
Vertical Pattern
124
K 83 30 6. .
Panel for DAB in L Band
180° Half-power Beam Width
155
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Height/width/depth
Material:
Reflector screen and radiator: Copper.
Radome: Fiberglass, colour: Grey.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
Walls: Using two mounting plates already
attached to the antenna.
Masts: Using two clamps suitable for the mast
diameter (order separately).
Ice protection:
Since the radiating system is protected by the
radome and due to its very sturdy construction,
the antenna remains operational even under
icy conditions.
Grounding:
2026
1942
∅ 8.5
The metal parts of the antenna, including
the mounting kit, are DC grounded.
The inner conductor is also DC grounded.
34
64
Antennas
1452 – 1492 MHz
Max. power
Weight
Windload (at 160 km/h)
Bottom
7-16 female connector
1452 – 1492 MHz
13.5 dB
< 1.25
50 Ω
Vertical
Horizontal: 180° / Vertical: 5.5°
1° electrical downtilt
500 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
7.3 kg
Frontal:
440 N
Lateral:
230 N
Rearside: 480 N
200 km/h
2047 x 172 x 259 mm
1942 / 155 / max. 168 mm
180°
10
dB
Connector position
Input
Frequency range
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
VSWR
Impedance
Polarization
Half-power beam width
772 310
1996
Type No. / Order No.
0
Horizontal Pattern
Accessories (order separately)
Description
738 546
850 10002
850 10003
1 clamp
1 clamp
1 clamp
Remarks
50 – 115 mm diameter
110 – 220 mm diameter
210 – 380 mm diameter
Units per
antenna
2
2
2
5.5°
10
3
dB
Type No.
Order No.
0
Vertical Pattern
1° electrical downtilt
125
K 83 30 6. .
Panel for DAB in L Band
180° Half-power Beam Width
155
Type No. / Order No.
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Height/width/depth
Bottom or top
7-16 female connector
1452 – 1492 MHz
10.5 dB
< 1.25
50 Ω
Vertical
Horizontal: 180°/ Vertical: 12°
500 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
4 kg
Frontal:
220 N
Lateral:
130 N
Rearside: 280 N
200 km/h
1087 x 172 x 259 mm
988 / 155 / max. 168 mm
Material:
Reflector screen and radiator: Copper.
Radome: Fiberglass, colour: Grey.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
Walls: Using two mounting plates already
attached to the antenna.
Masts: Using two clamps suitable for the mast
diameter (order separately).
Ice protection:
Since the radiating system is protected by the
radome and due to its very sturdy construction,
the antenna remains operational even under
icy conditions.
The metal parts of the antenna, including
the mounting kit, are DC grounded.
The inner conductor is also DC grounded.
∅ 8.5
34
64
180°
10
dB
Grounding:
988
1036
1066
Connector position
Input
Frequency range
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
VSWR
Impedance
Polarization
Half-power beam width
Max. power
Weight
Windload (at 160 km/h)
771 917
0
Horizontal Pattern
Accessories (order separately)
Description
734
734
734
734
734
734
2
2
2
2
2
2
360
361
362
363
364
365
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
Remarks
34
60
80
100
120
45
–
–
–
–
–
–
60
80
100
120
140
125
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
Units per
antenna
1
1
1
1
1
1
12°
10
3
dB
Type No.
Order No.
0
Vertical Pattern
126
K 83 31 6.
Panel for DAB/DMB in L Band
70° Half-power Beam Width
750 10190
+45° or –45° Polarization
Bottom
7-16 female
1452 – 1492 MHz
< 1.3
14 dB
50 Ω
+45°
–45°
Horizontal: 70°/ Vertical: 8°
500 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
6.5 kg
310 N (bei 150 km/h)
200 km/h
1404 x 172 x 92 mm
1302 / 155 / 69 mm
Reflector screen: Tin-plated copper,
Radiator: Tin-plated zinc.
Radome: Fiberglas, colour: Grey.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
∅ 8.5
Walls: Using two mounting plates already
attached to the antenna.
Masts: Using two clamps suitable for the mast
diameter (order separately).
Ice protection:
Since the radiating system is protected by the
radome and due to its very sturdy construction,
the antenna remains operational even under icy
conditions.
Combinations:
In combination with the other polarized antenna,
both antennas are particularly suitable as a
component in large distance multipanel
configurations. No deep minima will show up in
the overlapping zone between different dual
polarized antennas.
Grounding:
The metal parts of the antenna, including
the mounting kit, are DC grounded.
The inner conductor is also DC grounded.
35
64
–45°
+45°
155
Bottom view
Antennas
1452 – 1492 MHz
Material:
750 10191
70°
10
3
dB
Connector position
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Half-power beam width
Max. power
Weight
Wind load
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Hight/width/depth
750 10190
1302
1356
1386
Type No. / Order No.
69
●
0
Horizontal Pattern
Accessories (order separately)
734
734
734
734
734
734
360
361
362
363
364
365
Description
2
2
2
2
2
2
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
Remarks
34
60
80
100
120
45
–
–
–
–
–
–
60
80
100
120
140
125
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
8°
Units per
antenna
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
dB
Type No.
0
Vertical Pattern
127
K 83 31 6.
Panel for DAB/DMB in L Band
70° Half-power Beam Width
750 10094
+45° or –45° Polarization
3° electrical downtilt
Connector position
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Half-power beam width
Max. power
Weight
Wind load
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Hight/width/depth
Material:
750 10094
750 10194
Bottom
7-16 female
1452 – 1492 MHz
< 1.3
14 dB
50 Ω
+45°
–45°
Horizontal: 70°/ Vertical: 8°
3° electrical downtilt
500 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
6.5 kg
310 N (bei 150 km/h)
200 km/h
1404 x 172 x 92 mm
1302 / 155 / 69 mm
Reflector screen: Tin-plated copper,
Radiator: Tin-plated zinc.
Radome: Fiberglas, colour: Grey.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
∅ 8.5
35
64
Walls: Using two mounting plates already
attached to the antenna.
Masts: Using two clamps suitable for the mast
diameter (order separately).
Ice protection:
Since the radiating system is protected by the
radome and due to its very sturdy construction,
the antenna remains operational even under icy
conditions.
Combinations:
In combination with the other polarized antenna,
both antennas are particularly suitable as a
component in large distance multipanel
configurations. No deep minima will show up in
the overlapping zone between different dual
polarized antennas.
–45°
+45°
155
Bottom view
70°
10
3
Grounding:
The metal parts of the antenna, including
the mounting kit, are DC grounded.
The inner conductor is also DC grounded.
dB
Type No. / Order No.
1302
1356
1386
●
69
●
0
Horizontal Pattern
Accessories (order separately)
734
734
734
734
734
734
128
360
361
362
363
364
365
Description
2
2
2
2
2
2
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
clamps
Remarks
34
60
80
100
120
45
–
–
–
–
–
–
60
80
100
120
140
125
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
8°
Units per
antenna
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
dB
Type No.
0
Vertical Pattern
3° electrical downtilt
K 83 20 6. .
Omnidirectional Antenna for DAB in L Band
1452 – 1492 MHz
●
Center fed collinear antennas with 7 dB, 10 dB and 11.5 dB gain.
Omni 1470 360° 7dB/10dB/11.5dB
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Vertical half-power
beam width
Max. power
Weight
Radome diameter
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Length
770 721
770 722
771 870
7 dB
7-16 female connector
1452 – 1492 MHz
< 1.25
10 dB
50 Ω
Vertical
6.5°
11.5 dB
13°
4°
973 mm
Type No. / Order No.
200 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
4.5 kg
6.0 kg
8.0 kg
51 mm
114 N
171 N
239 N
200 km/h
188 x 102 x 1246 mm 188 x 102 x 2216 mm 148 x 112 x 3316 mm
973 mm
1944 mm
2994 mm
Radiator: Copper and brass.
Radome: Fiberglass, colour: Grey
Antenna base: Aluminum.
Mounting kit, screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
The antenna can be attached laterally at
the tip of a tubular mast of 50 – 94 mm diameter
(connecting cable runs outside the mast).
Grounding:
Earthing cross-section of 22 mm2 copper
between antenna tip and base.
770 721
Antennas
1452 – 1492 MHz
Material:
*
um
maximtop
mast
150
3
dB
230
10
0
Vertical Pattern at mid-band.
Half-power beam width:
* see table above.
1° electrical downtilt
104
129
K 83 20 6. .
Omnidirectional Antenna for DAB in L Band
1452 – 1492 MHz
Center fed collinear antenna with 10 dB gain and 3° downtilt.
Type No. / Order No.
771 038
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (bez. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Vertical half-power
beam width
Max. power
Weight
Radome diameter
Wind load (at 160 km/h)
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Length
7-16 female connector
1452 – 1492 MHz
< 1.25
10 dB
50 Ω
Vertical
6.5°
3° electr. downtilt
200 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
6.0 kg
51 mm
171 N
200 km/h
188 x 102 x 2216 mm
1944 mm
Material:
Radiator: Copper and brass.
Radome: Fiberglass, colour: Grey
Antenna base: Aluminum.
Mounting kit, screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
The antenna can be attached laterally at
the tip of a tubular mast of 50 – 94 mm diameter
(connecting cable runs outside the mast).
Grounding:
Earthing cross-section of 22 mm2 copper
between antenna tip and base.
6,5°
1944 mm
●
um
maximtop
mast
150
3
dB
230
10
0
Vertical Pattern at mid-band.
Half-power beam width 6.5°
3° electrical downtilt
104
130
MMDS (Wireless Cable)
2500 – 2700 MHz
Wireless Cable (also known as MMDS) systems are used
to distribute up to 31 channels of television programming
throughout a city or urban area.
KATHREIN offers a selection of 40 models of professional
transmitting antennas for Wireless Cable services, with a
choice of horizontal or vertical polarization, five different
horizontal radiation patterns and gain options to meet your
specific requirements.
All antennas are composed of similar dipole modules
housed in a robust GRP radome for weather protection.
The use of parallel-fed elements assures constant vertical
patterns across the full band and allows the use of beamtilt
and null fill to optimize coverage.
●
VSWR is 1.2:1 (or better) across full 200 MHz bandwidth.
●
1.2 kW input power rating is standard for all models.
●
Full selection of patterns & gain to optimize coverage.
●
Parallel feed system provides maximum stability.
●
Electrical beamtilt and null fill for coverage enhancement.
●
Designed for severe environments. No pressurization is
required.
●
Superb performance and long-term reliability.
Systems
2500 – 2700 MHz
This new product line offers a number of advantages,
including:
131
MMDS (Wireless Cable)
2500 – 2700 MHz
Omnidirectional
Pattern
HORIZONTAL
PATTERNS
Bidirectional
Pattern
MECHANICAL
PROPERTIES
Weight:
27 kg
Height: 1704 mm
RELATIVE FIELD
4 MODULES
35 kg
Height: 2212 mm
Gain: 16 dBi
0.5
MMH-4/O (765 537)
MMH-4/H (767 230)
MMV-4/O (767 194)
MMV-4/H (767 234)
1.0
Gain: 14.1 dBi
Gain: 17.7 dBi
0.5
MMH-6/O (766 393)
MMH-6/H (767 231)
MMV-6/O (767 195)
MMV-6/H (767 235)
1.0
Gain: 15.2 dBi
Gain: 18.8 dBi
0.5
MMH-8/O (766 394)
MMH-8/H (767 232)
MMV-8/O (767 196)
MMV-8/H (767 236)
0°
Windload: 330 N
Weight:
43 kg
Height: 2880 mm
Windload: 430 N
RELATIVE FIELD
8 MODULES
0°
Windload at 160 km/h
132
0
Gain: 12.4 dBi
0°
RELATIVE FIELD
Weight:
0
3
1.0
Windload: 225 N
6 MODULES
3
10
dB
VERTICAL
PATTERNS
dB
10
5°
5°
5°
10°
10°
10°
15°
15°
15°
20°
20°
20°
MMDS (Wireless Cable)
2500 – 2700 MHz
3
0
10
3
0
Gain: 18.5 dBi
Gain: 15.5 dBi
Gain: 14.1 dBi
MMH-4/C (766 404)
MMH-4/B (766 400)
MMH-4/A (766 396)
MMV-4/C (767 206)
MMV-4/B (767 202)
MMV-4/A (767 198)
Gain: 20.2 dBi
Gain: 17.2 dBi
Gain: 15.8 dBi
MMH-6/C (766 405)
MMH-6/B (766 401)
MMH-6/A (766 397)
MMV-6/C (767 207)
MMV-6/B (767 203)
MMV-6/A (767 199)
Gain: 21.3 dBi
Gain: 18.3 dBi
Gain: 16.9 dBi
MMH-8/C (766 406)
MMH-8/B (766 402)
MMH-8/A (766 398)
MMV-8/C (767 208)
MMV-8/B (767 204)
MMV-8/A (767 200)
Horizontal
Polarization
Vertical
Polarization
133
Systems
2500 – 2700 MHz
0
10
240° Pattern
dB
3
dB
10
150° Pattern
dB
70° Pattern
MMDS (Wireless Cable)
2500 – 2700 MHz
Type No. / Order No.
Connector
Frequency range
VSWR
Impedance
Polarization
Vertical radiation patterns
Max. power
Max. wind velocity
See Type No. on page 132 and 133
7/8″ EIA flange
2500 – 2700 MHz
1.2 : 1 maximum across
the full 200 MHz bandwidth
50 Ω
Choise of horizontal or vertical polarized models.
1° electrical downtilt and 15% null fill
are standard. Other values available as options.
1.2 kW (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
225 km/h
Material:
Radome: Fiberglass, brown.
Antenna base: Aluminum.
Mounting:
Flange mount to top of support structure.
Directional models may be side-mounted
using a bracket.
ø 186
Height
Attention:
The aluminum flange may only be mounted
to a flat base-plate (max. uneveness 0.5 mm)
with a drilled hole of 100 mm diameter in the
center for the 7/8″ EIA flange connector.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Label shows
center of main beam
180
7/8″ EIA flange
35
∅ 17
∅ 18
280
320
All dimensions in mm
Mounting bracket
134
MMDS (Wireless Cable)
2500 – 2700 MHz
776 012
Type No. / Order No.
776 012
Connector
Frequency range
VSWR
2 x 7/8″ EIA flange
2500 – 2700 MHz
1.2 : 1 maximum across
the full 200 MHz bandwidth
50 Ω
vertically polarized
3° electrical downtilt
25% null fill on the first lobe
and 15% on the second lobe
1.2 kW (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
225 km/h
Impedance
Polarization
Vertical radiation patterns
Max. power
Max. wind velocity
Material:
Radome: Fiberglass, brown.
Antenna base: Aluminum.
Mounting:
Flange mount to top of support structure.
Directional models may be side-mounted
using a bracket.
ø 186
2880
Attention:
The aluminum flange may only be mounted
to a flat base-plate (max. unevenness 0.5 mm)
with a drilled hole of 180 mm diameter in the
center for the two 7/8″ EIA flange connectors.
Grounding:
Via mounting parts.
Systems
2500 – 2700 MHz
Label shows
center of main beam
90
180
2 x 7/8 EIA-flange
∅ 18
∅ 17
280
320
All dimensions in mm
Mounting bracket
135
136
Special
Systems
Relay Receiving Antennas
and Special Antenna Systems
137
Relay Receiving Antennas for
TV and FM Broadcasting
Receiving antenna systems with high side-lobe
suppression and notches for the suppression
of interference can significantly improve the
signal quality of the relay receiving systems.
Due to ever-increasing transmitter density, relay
receiving systems can suffer difficulties due to
co-channel or adjacent channel interference. In
mountainous regions additional interference may be
caused by reflected signals that arrive delayed.
In order to suppress such interference, several
individual antennas can be combined. Optimization of
both the mechanical array and the electrical feeder
system results in notches in the direction of the
disturbance. Array patterns with notches in two different
directions can also be produced to suppress interference coming from a variety of sources.
To solve interference problems Kathrein offers
receiving antennas with high side-lobe suppression
for all frequency ranges.
16°
Kathrein’s log.-per. antennas have been specially
developed for such purposes. For example over the whole
TV Band III range they achieve a side-lobe suppression
value of more than 25 dB in both the horizontal and the
vertical patterns. A further advantage of our log.-per.
antennas is that their excellent radiation characteristics
are hardly affected at all by very heavy ice formation.
3
dB
10
0
Horizontal radiation pattern
Half-power beam width: 16°
Side-lobe suppression: > 30 dB
If high quality individual antennas are used, array
patterns with particularly high side-lobe suppression can
be produced.
The following examples show measured radiation
patterns of antenna arrays for all VHF and TV transmitting ranges (the side-lobes were enlarged by a
factor of 10 to ease identification).
Examples for Horizontal Radiation Patterns
10 dB expanded
0
3 units K 52 16 8..
138
3
0
2 units K 52 22 1..
470 – 860 MHz
10 dB expanded
10
dB
3
10 dB expanded
10
dB
10
174 – 230 MHz
3
10 dB expanded
10
0
3 units K 52 22 5..
3
dB
87.5 – 108 MHz
dB
47 … 88 MHz
0
4 units K 72 23 4..
Special Antenna Systems
Kathrein’s sales range includes antennas and
accessories for
– all frequency ranges from 47 MHz
to 2700 MHz
– transmitter power ratings from 100 W
to 200 kW and
– various mast types (round, triangular, square
or reinforced fibre-glass material).
Furthermore, Kathrein will design and put
together special constructions to solve all
problems related to a specific site and to fulfil
customers’ special requests.
Typical examples:
– Antennas and power splitters with an
extended frequency range.
– Antennas suitable for withstanding extreme
weather conditions both on the coast and on
the top of high mountains (see Säntis photo,
Switzerland).
– Antennas with a heated surface to eliminate
damage to people through falling ice.
– Multi-pattern systems for transmitting several
channels with different horizontal patterns
via one signal antenna system to make
optimum use of the available mast height
(see Marlow photo).
Special
Systems
Säntis transmitter in Switzerland
VHF and TV antenna systems completely enclosed
in a heated GRP radome.
Combiners and layout for Marlow transmitter in Germany.
Multi-pattern antenna system for 7 FM channels.
139
140
Power
Splitters
Power Splitters
141
High Power Splitters
47 … 88 MHz, 87.5 – 108 MHz,
174 – 230 MHz, 470 – 862 MHz
●
All power splitters are matched in the whole frequency range
with VSWR < 1.05.
●
The additional tuning unit can be used to optimize the input impedance
of the antenna system on site.
●
Special versions with unequal power splitting, alternative connectors
or up to 16 outputs are available on request.
Frequency
range
Length approx.
with tuning unit approx.
Input power
Connectors
Impedance
VSWR
Insertion loss
47 ... 88
MHz
87.5 – 108
MHz
174 – 230
MHz
470 – 862
MHz
2400 mm
1700 mm
850 mm
700 mm
2600 mm
–
1500 mm
1000 mm
1 – 200 kW
1 – 200 kW
1 – 150 kW
1 – 70 kW
7-16, 13-30, 7/8″, 1 5/8″, 3 1/8″, 4 1/2″, 6 1/8″ EIA flange
(or other connectors upon request)
50 Ω
< 1.05 in each frequency range
< 0.05 dB
Material:
Outer conductor: Brass with protective grey paint.
Inner conductor: Brass or aluminum.
Mounting:
On flat surfaces using the standard mounting equipment
consisting of 2 bracket arms (supplied) or steel frame (order
separately).
Pressurization:
The pressurization-tight transformer casing has an opening to
balance out excess pressure.
For pressurized operation (typically at 300 mbar) this opening
must be closed with the supplied sealing screw.
IP 65 (closed ventiation tube for pressurized operation)
IP 53 (opened ventilation tube for non-presserized operation)
Weather protection:
The RF connectors can be additionally protected with the sealing
tape (please order separately).
Example:
Tunable 16-way splitter with
different power splitting
and with a measuring link.
11 mm ∅
11 mm ∅
Example:
4-way splitter with standardattachment.
142
Medium Power Splitters
47 … 88 MHz, 87.5 – 108 MHz,
174 – 230 MHz, 470 – 862 MHz
All power splitters are matched in the whole frequency range
with VSWR < 1.05.
●
The additional tuning unit can be used to optimize the input impedance
of the antenna system on site.
●
Special versions with unequal power splitting, alternative connectors
or up to 12 outputs are available on request.
●
Power splitters for 66 – 72 MHz, 76 – 82 MHz, 82 – 88 MHz
are available on request.
Frequency
range
47 ... 88
MHz
174 – 230
MHz
Length approx.
with tuning unit approx.
Input power
Connectors
Impedance
VSWR
Insertion loss
2400 mm
1650 mm
845 mm
560 mm
2600 mm
–
1500 mm
860 mm
3 kW
2.5 kW
2 kW
1 kW
7-16 female (other connectors upon request)
50 Ω
< 1.05
< 0.05 dB
470 – 862
MHz
Material:
Outer conductor: Brass with protective grey paint.
Inner conductor: Brass or aluminum.
Mounting:
On flat surfaces using the standard mounting equipment supplied
(Bracket arm, 130 mm). To tubes of 30 – 340 mm diameter by
means of 2 tension band clamps Type No. 759 044 (please order
separately).
Pressurization:
The pressurization-tight transformer casing has an opening to
balance out excess pressure.
For pressurized operation (typically at 300 mbar) this opening
must be closed with the supplied sealing screw.
IP 65 (closed ventiation tube for pressurized operation)
IP 53 (opened ventilation tube for non-presserized operation)
Weather protection:
The RF connectors can be additionally protected with the sealing
tape (please order separately).
Type No. ( Order No.) of available power splitters – without tuning unit
Number
of outputs
2
3
4
5
6
8
47 – 54
MHz
54 – 61
MHz
60 – 68
MHz
765
765
765
765
765
765
765
765
765
765
765
765
765
765
765
765
765
765
814
815
816
817
818
819
814
820
821
822
823
824
814
825
826
827
828
829
87.5 – 108
MHz
770
770
770
770
770
770
144
145
146
147
148
149
174 – 230
MHz
770 510
770 511
770 512
770 513
770 514
770 515
130 mm
470 – 862
MHz
764
764
764
764
764
764
485
486
487
488
489
491
759 044
– with tuning unit
174 – 230
MHz
770
770
770
770
770
770
516
517
518
519
520
521
470 – 862
MHz
764
764
764
764
764
764
Power
Splitters
87.5 – 108
MHz
L
●
493
494
495
496
497
499
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Low Power Splitters
174 – 230 MHz, 470 – 862 MHz and
1452 – 1492 MHz
174 – 230 MHz
Type No. / Order No.
Connector (female)
Max. power
(at 50 °C ambient temp.)
Number of outputs
Frequency range
Impedance
VSWR
Insertion loss
Max. size
768 343
768 334
768 344
768 335
768 345
768 336
N
1 kW
7-16
2 kW
N
1 kW
7-16
2 kW
N
1 kW
7-16
2 kW
2
3
174 – 230 MHz
50 Ω
< 1.07
< 0.05 dB
800 / 82 / 82 mm
4
470 – 862 MHz
Type No. / Order No.
Connector (female)
Max. power
(at 50 °C ambient temp.)
Number of outputs
Frequency range
Impedance
VSWR
Insertion loss
Max. size
768 340
768 331
768 341
768 332
768 342
768 333
N
500 W
7-16
1 kW
N
500 W
7-16
1 kW
N
500 W
7-16
1 kW
2
3
470 – 862 MHz
50 Ω
< 1.07
< 0.05 dB
520 / 82 / 82 mm
4
751 10281
751 10282
751 10283
2
3
7-16
700 W
4
1452 – 1492 MHz
Type No. / Order No.
Number of outputs
Connector (female)
Max. power
(at 50 °C ambient temp.)
Frequency range
Impedance
VSWR
Insertion loss
Max. size
1452 – 1492 MHz
50 Ω
< 1.1
< 0.05 dB
160 / 82 / 82 mm
Material:
Case: Aluminum.
Inner conductor: Brass.
Mounting:
Bracket included for wall mounting.
May be attached to tubular masts using clamps
listed below (order separately).
Type No.
Order No.
736
736
736
736
736
144
801
802
803
804
805
Description
1
1
1
1
1
clamp
clamp
clamp
clamp
clamp
Remarks
Mast:
Mast:
Mast:
Mast:
Mast:
34
60
80
100
120
–
–
–
–
–
60
80
100
120
140
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
diameter
768 332
Low Power Splitter
87.5 – 108 MHz
Low power splitters for connecting several antennas
751 10215
For connecting ... antennas
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Impedance
Max. power
Insertion loss
Maximum cable diameter
2
3
4
7-16 female (equipment and antenna side)
87.5 – 108 MHz
> 1.07
50 Ω
400 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
< 0.15 dB
For equipment and antenna side:
7/ ″
8
200 x 170 x 115 mm
Packing size
751 10216
751 10217
Material:
Housing: Weather-resistant cast aluminum.
Weather protection: UV-resistant weather-proof
housing.
Attachment:
To tubular masts of 60 – 320 mm diameter
using supplied non-corrosive clamp strap
(1020 x 20 x 1 mm).
A:
B:
C:
D:
140 mm
110 mm
80 mm
100mm
Example 4-way antenna splitter
Power
Splitters
Typ No. / Order No.
Compact broadband power
splitter for low-loss connection
of several antennas:
Outputs
Outputs
Input
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Components for Antenna Systems
Filters and Combiners
Measuring Links
Patch Panels
Coaxial Cables
Dehydrators
Transmitter
Rohde & Schwarz
Mounting Hardware
Further accessories available for completing
antenna systems:
– Probe Sections
– Mechanical Oscillation Dampers
Patch Panel
Spinner
Further
Components
– Obstruction Lights
Combiner Network
Kathrein
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148
Filters and Combiners
Kathrein offers a full range of filters and combiners to complete or extend FM and TV
antenna systems.
Combiner units of starpoint, stretchline and directional filter design and filters as well as
any combinations thereof are available for all frequency ranges from 47 – 860 MHz and
for any power levels from 10 Watt – 100 kW.
Special designs can be offered on request, e.g.:
– Filters for the reduction of spurious emissions, especially for DAB.
– Filters for the suppression of IM products.
– OIRT-CCIR multiplexers for combining signals in the OIRT (66 – 73 MHz) and the
CCIR (87.5 – 108 MHz) frequency ranges.
– Multi pattern antenna systems consisting of a sophisticated arrangement of
combiners, power splitters, feeder lines and antenna panels allowing the multiple
use of the antenna aperture.
Further
Components
A separate catalogue “Filters and Combiners” is available from Kathrein.
FM combiner of multi-pattern antenna system Marlow.
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Measuring Links
Devices for non-mechanical opening
of cables for measurement purposes
Applications
Measuring links are devices that are connected into RF
cable runs. Thus it is possible to open the cable run in an
electrical (non-mechanical) way, allowing to measure into
the cable in both directions.
When closed (in its operating condition), the measuring
link is a completely homogeneous, uniform section of the
transmission line and does not affect the cut-off frequency
of the transmission line system.
Measuring Heads
To permit cable measurements to be performed,
3 measuring heads are available to each size of
measuring links:
1. A measuring head allowing measurements to be taken
in one of both directions with the cable section not
measured being short-circuited.
Connectors: 7-16 or N female.
2. A measuring head with 2 test connectors allows to
measure in both cable directions.
Connectors: 7-16 or N female.
3. A measurement head for cases where the measuring
link is used for providing an emergency cable
connection. Measuring heads of this type can be used
to couple out the full incoming RF energy.
Design Features
Measuring link in a cable run
The measuring links are completely watertight and
weatherproof. They are manufactured of red brass
and are therefore resistant to corrosive environments
of any nature.
The measuring links are available in versions with
cable connections from 6 1/8″ to 1 5/8″ EIA-flange or
connectors 13-30 and 7-16.
Technical details are available upon request.
Typical Use of Measuring Links
Measuring link with 3 1/8″ EIA-flanges
antenna
main splitter
normal operation
measuring link
switched through
testing
measuring link
with measuring head
feeder cable
Tx power
150
Measuring link with 3 1/8″ EIA-flanges and 7-16 measuring head
Patch Panels
Switching device for providing a spare
connection between transmitter and
antenna
Upon request, the switching points of the quick-release
connectors can be equipped with safety contacts to
avoid the connection of transmitters to unload switching
points.
Applications
Connections
If required, patch panels can be used to provide an
instant replacement of non-operational transmission line
connections between transmitters and antennas or half
antennas. To meet different requirements, customerspecified patch panels are available with virtually any
connector type and switching capability.
The connections for transmitter cables or rigid transmission lines to the antennas or transmitters are
available with straight, or when equipped with angle
flanges, with backwards, downwards or upwards
orientation.
Design Features
Normally, a patch panel consists of a frontpanel made of
aluminum that contains switching points and connectors
with locking brackets. Each
patch panel can be equipped
with a duplex power splitter
and with a simultaneous
combining filter, if required.
Typically, patch panels are
intended to be installed into
rack cabinets.
Operation
The connectors with quickrelease locking brackets have
been proven in applications
where spare connections
must be established within
just a few seconds.
Typical Application
(Example: Half Antenna Patch Panel)
Normal Operation
Half Antenna Operation
power splitter
upper
half antenna
lower
half antenna
U-Link
or
Further
Components
transmitter or combiner
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Coaxial Cables and Accessories
A wide variety of coaxial cables, connectors,
cable clamps, earthing kits, hoisting sockets
and other accessories are available for main
and branch feeders.
All components are of broadband type.
The minimum size of coaxial components
is determined by the power handling
requirements and environmental conditions.
Oversized coaxial cables are often used to
reduce cable losses.
Coaxial cables
The power handling capacity and the attenuation vary greatly with the frequency. The
cables are semi-flexible due to the use of corrugated copper tubes as outer conductors.
The inner conductor is centered using a polyethylene helix or polyethylene foam.
Air dielectric cables are available in following dimensions:
3/8″ 5/8″ 7/8″ 1 1/8″ 1 5/8″ 2 1/4″ 3″ 3 1/8″ 4″ 4 1/8″ 5″ 6 1/8″
Air dielectric cables can be filled with dry air or nitrogen of 0.1 – 0.3 bar excess pressure.
Foam dielectric cables are available in following dimensions:
3/8″ 1/2″ 5/8″ 7/8″ 1 1/4″ 1 5/8″
Special versions:
Cables with fire retardent jacket or super-flexible types for narrow bends or improved
power handling capacity are available on request.
Connectors
Coaxial connectors for semi-flexible cables or rigid lines and adaptors are available
in following sizes:
N 7-16 13-30 7/8″ EIA 1 5/8″ EIA 3 1/8″ EIA 4 1/2″ EIA 6 1/8″ EIA
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Further
Components
Coaxial Cables
Typical Installation Approach
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Dehydrators
19″ rack version
Wall-mounted version
Equipment for maintaining continous air pressure within
RF transmission lines and antenna systems
Cable connector
Typical ventilating system
Feeder cable
Plastic air hose
Hose connection
Applications
Transmitting and receiving antenna systems whose RF transmission lines such as
coaxial cables and power splitter assemblies are filled with dehydrated air operate with
increased reliability.
Operation
It is recommended to use dehydrators with fully automatic regeneration of the desiccant
that allow to continously maintain and monitor the air pressure within RF transmission
and antenna systems.
Design features
Maintenance-free dehydrators for virtually any application are available in different
versions such as wall-mounted units or rack-mount units for installation into standardized
racks with various levels of compressor power and pressure categories.
Technical details are available upon request.
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Mounting hardware for UHF panels
Components for mounting UHF panels to pipe masts.
Material: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Stainless steel bolts and nuts are supplied.
Pair of clamps for one UHF panel
Type No.
K
K
K
K
K
61
61
61
61
61
14
14
14
14
14
01
02
03
04
05
Order No. Suitable for pipe Weight
masts of mm ∅
kg
600
600
600
600
600
481
482
483
484
821
40 – 95
60 – 115
115 – 210
210 – 380
380 – 521
1.6
1.6
4.0
7.2
10.2
Pair of clamps K 61 14 03
Tilt brackets (pair)
Type No. K 61 30 1
Order No. 600 504
For beam tilt down to 10°
Slant compensation kit
Type No. K 61 30 2
Order No. 600 505
Further
Components
Pair of plates for compensating the slant
(15 mm per m) on tapered masts
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Mounting hardware for UHF panels
Components for mounting UHF panels to pipe masts.
Material: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Stainless steel bolts and nuts are supplied.
Remark: The radius from the center of the array to the reference
point of the panel is given by the distance A.
Pair of clamps for two UHF panels
Type No.
Order No.
Suitable for
pipe masts of
mm ∅
Weight
kg
Distance Angle α between
A/mm
directions of the
two UHF panels
K 61 15 11
K 61 15 12
K 61 15 13
600 869
600 870
600 871
70 – 150
150 – 300
300 – 400
6.4
8.8
8.8
308
80°
K 61 15 21
K 61 15 22
K 61 15 23
600 843
600 844
600 845
70 – 150
150 – 300
300 – 400
6.4
8.8
8.8
266
90°
Pair of clamps for three UHF panels
Type No.
Order No.
Suitable for
pipe masts of
mm ∅
Weight
kg
Distance Angle α between
A/mm
directions of the
three UHF panels
K 61 15 31
K 61 15 32
K 61 15 33
600 846
600 847
600 848
70 – 150
150 – 300
300 – 400
8.4
9.2
9.2
308
80°
K 61 15 41
K 61 15 42
K 61 15 43
600 849
600 850
600 851
70 – 150
150 – 300
300 – 400
8.4
9.2
9.2
266
90°
Pair of clamps for four UHF panels
Type No.
K 61 15 52
K 61 15 61
K 61 15 62
Order No.
Suitable for
pipe masts of
mm ∅
Weight
kg
600 875
600 991
600 874
150 – 300
70 – 150
150 – 260
27
26
26
Distance Angle α between
A/mm
directions of the
four UHF panels
308
258
258
80°
90°
90°
Special features: A part of the mount can be swivelled out for easier mast climbing.
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Mounting hardware for L Band panels
Components for mounting L Band panels to pipe masts.
Material: Stainless steel.
Bolts and nuts are supplied.
Pair of clamps for one L Band panel
Type No. /
Order No.
734
734
734
734
734
734
360
361
362
363
364
365
Suitable for
pipe masts of
mm ∅
34
60
80
100
120
45
–
–
–
–
–
–
60
80
100
120
140
125
Weight
g
approx.
60
70
80
90
110
80
Screws supplied
86
10 4 2
0
Downtilt kit
Type No. / Order No. 732 327
(additional clamps are required for
mounting, see table)
Slant compensation kit
Type No. / Order No. 732 319
77
mm
Further
Components
is used for compensating conical masts (additional
clamps are required for mounting, see table)
55 mm
Weight: 200 g
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Mast clamps
Components for mounting antennas or splitters to pipe masts.
A
Stainless steel bolts and nuts are supplied.
Type No.
K 61 12 0
(pair of
clamps)
Order No. Suitable for pipe
masts of mm ∅
600 479
60 – 115
Weight
kg
Dimensions mm
3.4
A: 140
B: 250
C: 150
B
17.5 mm ∅
C
Mast clamps for panels
K 52 30 5. and K 52 34 5..
A
Type No.
K 61 13 0
(pair of
clamps)
Order No. Suitable for pipe
masts of mm ∅
600 480
115 – 210
Weight
kg
Dimensions mm
4.5
A: 240
B: 250
C: 180
B
17.5 mm ∅
C
Mast clamps for panels
K 52 30 5. and K 52 34 5..
B
Type No.
Order No. Suitable for pipe
masts of mm ∅
Weight
kg
K 61 16 01
(without
picture)
601 647
77
suitable for panels
K 52 33 5.
5.8
K 61 16 02
602 052
60 – 125
5.6
Dimensions mm
A: 50
B: 125
A
Mast clamps for panels
K 52 33 5.
Type No. /
Order No.
759 044
Suitable for pipe
masts of mm ∅
Weight
kg
30 – 340
0.65
Dimensions mm
Tension band for mounting of the
medium power splitters to pipe masts
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Technical Annex
3
dB
10
159
Technical
Annex
0
Antenna System
Configurations
Kathrein offers a wide variety of antenna systems, allowing the broadcaster to select the optimum
configuration for each station.
Following is an overview of various arrays and their typical characteristics and advantages.
Equal power splitting
Three-sided Panel Array
Panel arrangement
3/7 P
1/7 P
3/7 P
3
10
dB
10
3
0
dB
Horizontal
radiation pattern
(at mid-band)
The individual panels are designed to
cover an azimuth sector of 120 degrees
and three panels fed with equal power will
result in an omni-directional pattern.
Directional horizontal radiation patterns
can be achieved by using a different
panel arrangement and/or feeding the
panels with unequal power levels.
This arrangement is especially suitable for
triangular and round towers or masts.
These broadband systems are available
with horizontal or circular polarization.
Different power splitting
0
Equal power splitting
Different power splitting
Four-sided Panel Array
Panel arrangement
1/10 P
4/10 P
1/10 P
3
10
dB
10
3
0
0
Turnstile Antenna
ϑ
Turnstile and Superturnstile-Antennas
This type of antenna (also known as
a “batwing”) produces an excellent
horizontally polarized omni-directional
pattern.
A metal mast can be placed in the center
of a turnstile-antenna as long as the mast
has a small diameter relative to the wavelength of the signal.
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U
~
~
jU
90°
ϑ
Superturnstile Antenna
0.7 λ
~
0.25 λ
0.5 λ
dB
Horizontal
radiation pattern
(at mid-band)
The individual panels are designed to
cover an azimuth sector of 90 degrees
so that four panels fed with equal power
will produce an omni-directional pattern.
Again, directional horizontal radiation
pattern can be produced with other panel
arrangements and unequal power fed to
various panels in the array.
This configuration is especially suitable for
square towers or masts.
These broadband systems can be supplied
for any polarization.
4/10 P
Antenna System
Configurations
Multi-panel Array
If the cross section of the mast or tower is more
than one wavelength it is impossible to obtain
a satisfactory omni-directional horizontal radiation
pattern using three or four panels per bay.
However, an omni pattern can be achieved by
increasing the number of panels per bay.
The horizontal patterns of these “multi-panel”
arrays will vary with frequency, but they can be
designed for excellent omni performance over
limited bandwidths.
Multi-panel arrays are available with horizontal or
vertical polarization.
Special Antenna Systems Inside
Self-supporting GRP Towers
Examples for Radiation Patterns
47 … 88 MHz
10
dB
3
10 dB expanded
0
3
0
3 units K 52 16 8..
2 units K 52 22 1..
174 – 230 MHz
470 – 860 MHz
10 dB expanded
10
3
10 dB expanded
10
0
3 units K 52 22 5..
3
0
4 units K 72 23 4..
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Technical
Annex
Arrays of these antennas are available to provide
very high gain, extremely narrow main lobes,
and high rejection of co-channel and other
interfering signals coming into the rear and sides
of the array. Receiving antennas and arrays
are available with either horizontal or vertical
polarization.
10
dB
For professional receive applications such as
transposer/translator inputs Kathrein offer
a full range of antennas including yagis and
logarithmic-periodic types.
UHF models are equipped with radomes to
assure reliable operation in icing conditions and
to protect the antennas against weather damage.
10 dB expanded
dB
Relay Receiving Antennas
87.5 – 108 MHz
dB
A large-diameter GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic)
pipe can be utilized to substitute a metal support
structure and enclose an antenna system.
The GRP pipe is transparent to RF energy and it
allows the antenna engineer to use an optimized
antenna design with a small cross-section at the
center of the pipe. Antenna elements may be
dipoles or turnstiles.
The GRP pipe also provides excellent protection
against severe environmental conditions such as
rain, ice, snow, wind and corrosive agents and it
allows access for inspections and maintenance
at any time.
Horizontally and vertically polarized systems can
be supplied.
Glossary of Broadcast
Antenna Terms
Antenna Gain
The gain of an array describes the increase of
signal in the main radiation direction which is
produced by reducing radiation in all other
directions and concentrating it in the main beam.
The gain of a broadcast antenna system is
normally increased by using a larger number of
vertical bays (increasing the vertical aperture) and
thereby forming a more narrow vertical radiation
pattern.
In the case of a directional antenna system the
gain is increased by reducing or eliminating
radiation toward azimuth segments and redirecting it toward the areas where coverage is
desired.
The cross section of the mast or tower should be
less than one wavelength for a good omni
pattern. As the cross section increases beyond
one wavelength nulls in the horizontal radiation
pattern will rapidly become deeper.
Measurement Links
When large-diameter coax lines are used in an
antenna system it is not possible to easily
connect measurement equipment without disassembly of the coax system. In these cases it is
advisable to install measurement links in the coax
feeders to allow convenient connection of test
equipment to the antenna system.
Mismatch Compensation
When calculating the gain of an array the losses
in the feeder cables and the power splitters must
be taken into account.
Downtilt in Panel Arrays
When transmitting antennas are located on elevated sites it is often beneficial to tilt the main
beam of the vertical radiation pattern downward
to provide higher signal levels in the areas to be
served. There are two ways to accomplish downtilt (also known as “beam tilt”). The panels can be
mechanically tilted to direct the beam downward,
or phase differences can be introduced into the
array feeder system to achieve electrical tilt.
Impedance Tuning
While the VSWR of a well-designed antenna
system can be optimized by the use of tuning
devices it is not possible to achieve broad bandwidth by compensating for poor components with
tuners.
The characteristics of a truly high quality antenna
system are established in many ways, beginning
with proper component design and manufacture
followed by competent system design and
installation.
In a broadcast panel array the impedance match
of individual panels can be disturbed by mutual
coupling, icing and the presence of nearby
obstacles. For this reason it is necessary to
design the feed system so as to cancel reflections
within the array and thereby minimize the
presence of reflected signal at the antenna
system input. This technique is also known as
impedance compensation.
Null Fill
Panel arrays with multiple vertical bays will exhibit
deep nulls in the vertical radiation pattern if all
bays are fed with equal phase and amplitude.
It is important to fill these nulls for proper signal
coverage.
For TV systems it is not sufficient to provide the
minimum signal level, but it is necessary to make
the direct signal bigger than any reflexion to avoid
ghost pictures.
There are three methods of introducing null fill in
a panel array:
– Mechanically tilting some panels downward
– Using a non-linear phase taper between bays
– Using an unequal power split between bays
Mast or Tower Dimensions for Panel Arrays
The radiation pattern of a panel array depends
on the relative positions of the individual panels
in space and the relative amplitude and phase of
the RF energy fed to each panel. Therefore it is
necessary to have exact dimensional information
about the supporting tower or mast if one is to
optimize an array design.
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Since some energy is taken from the main beam
to fill the null, the maximum gain of the antenna
system will be reduced, typically 0.5 to 1.5 dB,
when null fill is introduced.
Glossary of Broadcast
Antenna Terms
Polarization
The polarization is defined as the direction of
the electrical vector, in practice the plane of the
dipoles.
The electric field of an antenna system can be
split into a horizontal and a vertical component.
If there is only one component, the polarization
is pure horizontal or vertical (plane polarized).
If there are two components which are not in
phase, the polarization is elliptical.
For slant polarization both must exist and they
must be in phase.
When an antenna produces vertically and
horizontally polarized fields with equal amplitude
and with a phase difference of exactly 90 degrees,
the resulting signal is circularly polarized.
Power Rating of Components
Generally, the power rating of components refers
to the maximum CW power (or mean power) level
that can be applied to the input.
The maximum mean power output of a TV
transmitter occurs during transmission of a black
picture and it is typically equal to 70 % of the
peak sync power level.
Split Antenna Systems
An antenna system can usually be divided into
upper and lower halves which can be operated
separately.
This arrangement allows the use of one half
for broadcast operations while the other half is
available for painting or maintenance or other
work that must be performed in close proximity
to the antenna.
The signal level will be reduced by 6 dB if one half
of the antenna is fed with one half of the normal
transmitter power. If the full transmitter power is
available, the use of one half of the antenna will
reduce the signal level by only 3 dB.
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Technical
Annex
It will be necessary to climb the mast or tower
to perform antenna switching unless a coax patch
panel is installed at the transmitter output with
two main feeders up to the antenna inputs.
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The following information is required to design an optimum antenna system for you:
customer
address
phone
FAX
station name:
location:
frequency (MHz) or channels
transmitter power (kW)
■ analog
min. power rating for system (kW):
■ digital
antenna gain or ERP or number of bays:
polarization: horizontal or vertical or slant
horizontal radiation pattern omni or directional
(if directional specificy requirements)
vertical radiation pattern
beam tilt:
null fill:
tower
feeder
square or triangular or round
side length or diameter:
azimuth direction of tower face:
vertical antenna aperture:
air or foam
half antenna no
mode
half power
size
connectors
full power
length
1 feeder
dehydrator
2 feeders
patch panel
combiner
measurement link
special climatic conditions
Technical
Annex
Please contact KATHREIN-Werke KG · G. Klauser · Telephone +49 8031 184-958 · Fax +49 8031 184-495
Anton-Kathrein-Str. 1 – 3 · P.O. Box 10 04 44 · D-83004 Rosenheim · Germany · e-mail: [email protected]
Subject to alteration.
9981.0510/0607/3/ZW/PF
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