99812523, Ground-to-Air Antennas and Antenna Line

99812523, Ground-to-Air Antennas and Antenna Line
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Ground-to-Air
Antennas and
Antenna Line Products
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Marker Beacon
74 – 76 MHz
4-unit Yagi
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Omnidirectional Antennas
Directional Antennas
Localizer-Monitor Antenna
Filters VHF
100 – 156 MHz
Filters, Combiners, Couplers,
Circulators, Decoupling Unit,
Examples for Customize Combiners
Antennas
Combination VHF/UHF
118 – 144 / 225 – 400 MHz
Omnidirectional Antennas
Multiple-Unit Omnidir. Antenna
Antennas UHF
225 – 400 MHz
Omnidirectional Antennas
Directional Antennas
Filters UHF
225 – 400 MHz
Filters, Combiners, Couplers,
Circulators, Decoupling Unit,
3-dB Couplers
Navigation (ILS, D.M.E.)
328 – 336 / 960 – 1215 MHz
Monitor Antennas, Glide Path Ant.,
Omnidirectional Antennas,
Directional Antennas
Automatic Dependent
Surveillance - Broadcast
(ADS-B)
1087 – 1093 MHz
VPol Omnidirectional Antenna
Electrical Accessories
Power Splitters
50-Ω Loads
Mechanical Accessories
Brackets
Summary of Types
The articles are listed by type number in numerical order.
Type No.
Page
711 ...
711329
20, 21
Type No.
Page
Type No.
Page
Type No.
Page
729 ...
800 ...
K622641197
729803
800102286
K622650197
16, 17
K622650797
713 ...
713316B
82, 83
737 ...
880 ...
737398100
88010002
90, 91
K622661196
88010003
86, 87
K625531
94, 95
K62563
94, 95
K625631
94, 95
K62573
94, 95
K625731
94, 95
713645100
714 ...
714747
80, 81
780 ...
K51 ...
78023175
K512631
K622651197
8, 9
78026547
715 ...
78026648
715630
78, 79
715986
84, 85
784 ...
K52 ...
K62703144
K523031
28, 29
K523131
26, 27
7841019841
716 ...
7841036796
K53 ...
716192100
7841047096
K531831
716405
22, 23
K63551
94, 95
K635511
94, 95
K63701174
86, 87
K64 ...
K55 ...
717 ...
791 ...
K552031
14, 15
K641231
36, 37
717265
18, 19
79121143
K552131
12, 13
K641331
36, 37
717266
18, 19
79152540
K553131
24, 25
K6421351
34, 35
717338
52, 53
79152640
K553231
30, 31
K6421361
38, 39
K6421371
38, 39
79152740
79152846
K61 ...
10, 11
79165345
K613311100
K65 ...
58, 59
79185742
K613321100
K65131170
79185942
K61333100
79198871
K61334100
718 ...
718215
718217
719 ...
719543
18, 19
722 ...
722394
84, 85
723 ...
K75 ...
K751011
60, 61
792 ...
K62 ...
K753111
64, 65
79200872
K622611196
K753211
66, 67
79224673
K622620197
K7540121
62, 63
79231842
K622620797
K7540131
62, 63
79232942
K622621197
K7540141
62, 63
K7540151
62, 63
723141
62, 63
79233042
K622621797
723904
54, 55
79250440
K622630197
79255840
K622630797
K622631197
727 ...
4
K63 ...
727463
16, 17
793 ...
K622631797
727728
52, 53
79309443
K622640197
Marker Beacon
74 – 76 MHz
Summary – Marker Beacon
74 – 76 MHz
Type
Frequency range
Gain
Type No.
Height
[mm]
Page
7 dBi
80010228
1980
6
Yagi Antenna
4-unit Yagi Antenna
74 – 76 MHz
125°
5
74 –76
H/V
125°
4-unit Yagi
80010228
Type No.
74 – 76 MHz
Horizontal / vertical
7 dBi
H-plane:125°
E-plane:65°
50 Ω
< 1.4
15 W
Impedance
VSWR
Max. power
~ 1980 mm
Frequency range
Polarization
Gain
Half-power beam width
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Mounting:
Mast: Using the supplied flange 120 x 140 mm.
Walls: Using the mounting kit 711978.
Grounding:
All metal parts of the antenna including the
­ elivered mounting kit are DC grounded.
d
connector
~ 2380 mm
Supplied flange: All dimensions in mm
∅ 14
t = 6 mm
120
80
125°
3
dB
10
100
0
140
Horizontal Pattern
65°
10
3
dB
Marker Beacon
74 – 76 MHz
Marker Beacon Antenna
Polarization
Half-power Beam Width
0
Vertical Pattern
6
Mechanical specifications
Input
Connector position
Weight
Wind load
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Height / diameter
N female
see sketch
22 kg
520 N (at 150 km/h)
180 km/h
2424 x 2118 x 182 mm
1980 / 2380 mm
Type
Frequency range
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Summary – Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Gain
Connector
Type No.
Height
[mm]
Page
Omnidirectional Antennas
Omni
116 – 152 MHz
360°
0 dB
N female
K512631
430
8, 9
Omni
118 – 137 MHz
360°
0 dB
7-16 female
718215
1050
10, 11
Omni
108 – 152 MHz
360°
0 dB
N female
K552131
1300
12, 13
Omni
118 – 137 MHz
360°
0 dB
N female
K552031
1375
14, 15
Omni
118 – 137 MHz
360°
0.5 dB
N female
727463
4300
16, 17
Omni
118 – 137 MHz
360°
0.5 dB
N female
729803
6000
16, 17
Omni
116 – 152 MHz
360°
3 dB
N female
719543
4600
18, 19
Omni
118 – 137 MHz
360°
3.5 dB
N female
717265
4000
18, 19
Omni
118 – 137 MHz
360°
4.5 dB
N female
717266
6000
18, 19
108 – 118 MHz
112°
5 dB
N female
711329
1105
20, 21
Directional Antenna
118 – 144 MHz
120°
4 dB
N female
K531831
1360
22, 23
Directional Antenna
118 – 136 MHz
Approx. 240°
5 dB
N female
K553131
2940
24, 25
Directional Antenna
108 – 137 MHz
76°
7 dB
N female
K523131
1600
26, 27
Directional Antenna
100 – 160 MHz
62°
8 dB
N female
K523031
1900
28, 29
Directional Antenna
118 – 144 MHz
Approx. 240°
8 dB
N female
K553231
6040
30, 31
Localizer-Monitor
Directional Antenna
Directional Antennas
7
Broadband aluminum groundplane-antenna
with stainless steel radials
Input
Connector position
Frequnecy range
Bandwidth
VSWR
Gain
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load
Max. wind velocity
w/o ice
1/2″ radial ice
Packing size
Height
N female connector in the antenna base
Bottom
116 – 152 MHz
36 MHz
< 1.6 (118 – 144 MHz)
< 2.0 (116 – 152 MHz)
0 dB (ref. to the half wave dipole)
50 Ω
Vertical
60 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
1.5 kg
50 N (at 160 km/h)
Radiator: Heavy duty alodined aluminum.
Radials: Stainless steel 8 mm diameter.
Base: High strength cast aluminum.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
The antenna can be mounting by means
of a supplied stainless steel clamp in such
a manner as to permit the cable to be run
either inside a 40 – 54 mm pipe (Fig. A) or
outside a 20 – 54 mm pipe (Fig. B).
Grounding:
The antenna is DC grounded by a cross section
of 120 mm2 aluminum.
Scopy of supply:
Antenna including mounting hardware.
Radiation Pattern (at mid-band)
78°
10
0
Horizontal Pattern
8
3
dB
3
L2
A
200 km/h
135 km/h
100 x 85 x 720 mm
L1: 430 mm, L2: 700 mm
Material:
10
L1
K512631
Type No.
dB
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Omnidirectional Antenna
116 – 152 MHz
K512631
0
Vertical Pattern
B
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Mounting Instruction
Omnidirectional Antenna
K512631
A
A: for pipes of 40 – 54 mm Ø
B: for pipes of 20 – 54 mm Ø
B
Side mounting on a mast
Brackets for pipes of 55 to 105 mm OD are available for
this mounting mode:
Distance between
pipe and antenna
500 mm
1000 mm
Model No.
K61333
K61334
With this mounting mode the standing wave ratio (VSWR)
will be altered somewhat as a factor of clearance and mast
diameter.
9
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Omnidirectional Antenna
118 – 137 MHz
718215
l
l
VHF 4-unit omnidirectional antenna.
Each unit consists of 4 dipoles round the mast (diameter
200 – 600 mm), which are combined by an integrated power
splitter.
Type No.
Input
Frequency range
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
VSWR
Horizontal radiation pattern:
Deviation from circularity
Impedance
Polarisation
Max. power
Length
Weight
Wind load
718215
7 -16 female
118 – 137 MHz
0 dB
< 1.5
±1.5 dB
50 Ω
Vertical
400 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
1050 mm
32 kg (for a mast of 500 mm dia.)
2.5 kN (at 180 km/h and 4 cm radial ice)
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Mounting:
On a pipe mast with a dia. of 200 – 600 mm.
Please specify exact dia. with order.
The cable length needs to stay unchanged!
Grounding:
All metal parts of the antenna including the
­ elivered mounting kit are DC grounded.
d
Scope of supply:
Antenna incl. power splitter, cable and mounting
clamps (pipe mast not supplied).
10
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Mounting Instruction
Omnidirectional Antenna
718215
approx. 920 mm
approx. 1050 mm
approx. 435 mm
mast diameter > 200 mm,
clamps (supplied):
clamp range 200 – 400 mm (order-no. 1311484) and
clamp range 400 – 600 mm (order-no. 1311485)
7-16 female
11
Broadband omnidirectional antenna
in fiberglass radome
K552131
Input
Connector position
Frequency range
Bandwidth
VSWR
Gain
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Radome diameter
Wind load
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Height
N female connector in the antenna base
Bottom
108 – 152 MHz
44 MHz
< 2.0
0 dB (ref. to the half wave dipole)
50 Ω
Vertical
110 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
5.2 kg
120 mm
120 N (at 160 km/h)
200 km/h (incl. 1/2˝ radial ice)
650 x 130 x 100 mm
Approx. 1300 mm
Material:
Aluminum radiator in fiberglass radome.
Colour: Grey RAL 7001.
Hot-dip galvanized steel bottom.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
By means of 4 studs M12 to flange 130 mm dia.
Grounding:
The antenna is DC grounded by a cross section
of 26 mm2 aluminum.
Scope of supply:
Antenna including 1 neoprene O-ring and
4 mounting studs, each with 2 nuts and 1 washer.
Radiation Pattern (at mid-band)
78°
10
10
0
Horizontal Pattern
12
3
dB
3
0
Vertical Pattern
120 mm
diameter
≈ 1300 mm
Type No.
dB
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Omnidirectional Antenna
108 – 152 MHz
K552131
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Mounting Instruction
Omnidirectional Antenna
K552131
130 mm
100 mm
M 12 x 35
flange 130 mm ∅
required metric wrenches:
19 mm
13
Broadband omnidirectional antenna
in fiberglass radome
K552031
Input
Connector position
Frequency range
Bandwidth
VSWR
Gain
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Radome diameter
Wind load
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Height
N female connector in the antenna base
Bottom
118 – 137 MHz
19 MHz
< 2.0
0 dB (ref. to the half wave dipole)
50 Ω
Vertical
1000 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
6.6 kg
70 mm
125 N (at 160 km/h)
200 km/h (incl. 1/2˝ radial ice)
1390 x 140 x 140 mm
1375 mm
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel pipes and mounts.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
Flange 130 mm OD for mounting on a flanged
supporting pipe (see mounting instruction).
Grounding:
The antenna is DC grounded by a cross section
of 218 mm2 hot-dip galvanized steel.
Scope of supply:
Antenna with neoprene O-ring at the flange,
but without mounting hardware.
Radiation Pattern (at mid-band)
78°
10
10
0
Horizontal Pattern
14
3
dB
3
0
Vertical Pattern
70 mm
diameter
1375 mm
Type No.
dB
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Omnidirectional Antenna
118 – 137 MHz
K552031
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Mounting Instruction
Omnidirectional Antenna
K552031
Ø 14 mm
100 mm
130 mm
15
2 or 3-element antenna, consisting of several
­independently fed dipoles arranged in line
Input
No. of dipoles
Connector position
Frequency range
Bandwidth
VSWR
Gain
Attenuation
Horizontal radiation pattern
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Radome diameter
Wind load
Max. wind velocity
Height
729803
N female connector inside of mounting flange
2
3
Bottom
118 – 137 MHz
118 – 137 MHz
19 MHz
19 MHz
< 1.8
< 1.8
0.5 dB
0.5 dB
(ref. to 3 pole)
> 27 dB
> 25 dB between
­adjacent dipoles
Deviation from circularity ±0.3 dB for each dipole
50 Ω
Vertical
100 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
33 kg
54 kg
120 mm
120 mm
480 N
730 N
(at 160 km/h)
200 km/h
4300 mm
6000 mm
Material:
Radiator: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Radome: Fiberglas, colour: Brown (RAL 1019).
Flange: Aluminum (OD 320 mm).
Hot-dip ­galvanized steel (OD 265 mm).
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
Flange 320 mm OD (729803).
Flange 265 mm OD (727463).
Grounding:
The antenna is DC grounded by a cross section
of 110 mm2 (727463, 729803) hot-dip galvanized
steel.
Scope of supply:
Antenna with neoprene O-ring at the flange, but
without mounting hardware.
Radiation Pattern (at mid-band)
78°
10
10
0
Horizontal Pattern
16
3
dB
3
0
Vertical Pattern
Height
727463
Type No.
dB
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Omnidirectional Antenna – Multiple-unit
118 – 137 MHz
727463, 729803
727463
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Mounting Instruction
Omnidirectional Antenna
727463, 729803
729803
18 mm
18 mm
225 mm
280 mm
265 mm
320 mm
– Mount the aluminum flange on plane surface only (max. unevenness 0.5 mm)
– Put the O-ring carefully into the circular groove of the flange
– Mounting screws: M16 stainless or hot-dip galvanized steel
(min. strength 5.6 accord. DIN 267)
Max. torque: 50 Nm (screws should be greased with MoS2)
– Put a stainless steel washer between aluminum flange and screw head or nut
17
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Omnidirectional Gain Antenna
116 ... 152 MHz
717265, 717266, 719543
Omnidirectional gain antenna in a fiberglass-tube
719543 717265 717266
Input
Connector position
Frequency range
Bandwidth
VSWR
Gain
Horizontal radiation pattern
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Radome diameter
Wind load
Max. wind velocity
Height
N female connector inside of mounting flange
Bottom
116 – 152 MHz 118 – 137 MHz 118 – 137 MHz
36 MHz
19 MHz
19 MHz
< 2.0
< 1.7
< 1.8
3.0 dB
3.5 dB
4.5 dB
(ref. to the half wave dipole)
±0.3 dB Devitation from circularity
50 Ω
Vertical
200 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
46 kg
33 kg
51 kg
188 mm
120 mm
120 mm
765 N
430 N
700 N
(at 160 km/h)
200 km/h
4600 mm
4000 mm
6000 mm
Material:
Radiator: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Radome: Fiberglas, colour: Brown (RAL 1019).
Flange: Aluminum (OD 320 mm).
Hot-dip galva- nized steel (OD 265 mm).
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
Flange 320 mm OD (719543).
Flange 265 mm OD (717265, 717266).
Grounding:
The antenna is DC grounded by a cross section
of 214 mm2 (719543) and 110 mm2 (717265,
717266) hot-dip galvanized steel.
Scope of supply:
Antenna with neoprene O-ring at the flange, but
without mounting hardware.
Height
Type No.
Radiation Pattern (at mid-band)
34°
0
Horizontal Pattern
18
0
Vertical Pattern
719543
3
21°
10
0
Vertical Pattern
717265
3
dB
3
10
dB
dB
3
10
dB
10
31°
0
Vertical Pattern
717266
717265
717266
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Mounting Instruction
Omnidirectional Gain Antenna
717265, 717266, 719543
719543
18 mm
18 mm
225 mm
280 mm
265 mm
320 mm
– Mount the aluminum flange on plane surface only (max. unevenness 0.5 mm)
– Put the O-ring carefully into the circular groove of the flange
– Mounting screws: M16 stainless or hot-dip galvanized steel
(min. strength 5.6 accord. DIN 267)
Max. torque: 50 Nm (screws should be greased with MoS2)
– Put a stainless steel washer between aluminum flange and screw head or nut
19
Localizer-Monitor
3-element broadband-yagi, 5 dB gain
711329
Type No.
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain
Impedance
Polarization
Front-to-back ratio
Max. Power
Weight
Wind load
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
N female
108 – 118 MHz
< 1.3
5 dB (ref. to the half wave dipole)
50 Ω
Horizontal
> 15 dB
300 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
10 kg
220 N (at 150 km/h)
150 km/h
1525 x 1190 x 92 mm
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
To pipes of 60 – 125 mm diameter by means of
hot-dip galvanized steel clamp, supplied.
Lightning protection:
All metal parts of this antenna are DC grounded.
Radiation Pattern (at mid-band)
120°
64°
10
0
in E-plane
20
3
dB
3
10
dB
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Directional Antenna
108 – 118 MHz
711329
0
in H-plane
5
47
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� 1105
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Directional Antenna
108 – 118 MHz
711329
Clamp range
60 – 125 mm
diameter
N female
21
3-element broadband-yagi,
4dB gain, hot-dip galvanized steel
K531831
Type No.
N female connector
in a weather protective housing
directly at the antenna
118 – 144 MHz
< 1.5
4 dB
50 Ω
Usable for horizontal or vertical polarization
160 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
10 kg
250 N (at 160 km/h)
200 km/h (incl. 1/2˝ radial ice)
1500 x 1150 x 90 mm
1360 mm
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. Power
Weight
Windload
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Antenna height
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
To pipes of 60 – 115 mm OD by means of
hot-dip galvanized steel clamp, supplied.
Grounding:
The antenna is DC grounded by a cross section
of 256 mm2 hot-dip galvanized steel.
Scope of supply:
Antenna including mounting hardware.
1360 mm
Input
≈ 950
Radiation Pattern (at mid-band)
120°
64°
10
0
in E-plane
22
3
dB
3
10
dB
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Directional Antenna
118 – 144 MHz
K531831
0
in H-plane
mm
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Mounting Instruction
Directional Antenna
K531831
2
1
1: For vertical polarization
2: For horizontal polarization
23
5 dB offset pattern antenna.
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. Power
Weight
Windload
Max. wind velocity
w/o ice
1/2˝ radial ice
Packing size
Antenna height
Distance dipole/mast
N female connector
inside of the mounting flange
118 – 136 MHz
< 1.5
5 dB
50 Ω
Vertical
280 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
20 kg
370 N (at 160 km/h)
200 km/h
150 km/h
3000 x 510 x 200 mm
2940 mm
370 mm
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
Flange 190 mm OD for mounting on a flanged
pipe (see rearside).
Grounding:
The antenna is DC grounded by a cross-section
of 342 mm2 hot-dip galvanized steel.
Scope of supply:
Antenna with neoprene O-ring at the flange,
but without mounting hardware.
Radiation Pattern (at mid-band)
41°
Mast
3
0
Horizontal Pattern
24
3
dB
10
10
0
Vertical Pattern
370 mm
2940 mm
K553131
Type No.
dB
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Offset Pattern Gain Antenna
118 – 136 MHz
K553131
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Mounting Instruction
Offset Pattern Gain Antenna
K553131
ø 18 mm
150 mm
190 mm
25
Broadband 7 dB directional antenna,
weatherresistant aluminum.
K523131
Type No.
Input
N female connector
in a weather protective housing
108 – 137 MHz
< 1.4
7 dB
50 Ω
Vertical or horizontal
H-plane: 57°/ E-plane: 76°
1550 W (at 35 °C ambient temperature)
880 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
12 kg
560 N at 160 km/h
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. to λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Half-power beam width
Max. power input (CW)
Weight
Lateral thrust
Max. wind velocity
w/o ice
1/2˝ radial ice
Width/height/depth
Packing size
200 km/h
120 km/h
1600 / 1600 / 700 mm
1620 x 850 x 200 mm
Reflector screen and dipoles: Heavy duty alodined
aluminum.
Mounting clamps: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Scope of supply:
Antenna including mounting hardware.
Mounting:
To masts of 60 – 115 mm OD.
Lightning protection:
All metal parts of the antenna are DC grounded.
1600 mm
Radiation Pattern (at mid-band)
76°
10
0
in E-plane
26
3
dB
3
57°
10
0
in H-plane
700
mm
1600 mm
Material:
dB
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Directional Antenna
108 – 137 MHz
K523131
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Mounting Instruction
Directional Antenna
K523131
1
2
For horizontal polarization
install mounting clamps here
Mounting to pipes
of 60 – 115 mm diameter
3
27
A heavy duty 8 dB gain panel of hot-dip galvanized steel
for use under heavy icing
N female connector
in a weather protective housing
directly at the antenna
100 – 160 MHz
< 1.3
8 dB
50 Ω
Horizontal or vertical
1590 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
35 kg
1200 N (at 160 km/h)
200 km/h (incl. 1/2˝ radial ice)
2000 x 2000 x 850 mm
1900 x 1900 x 640 mm
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. Power
Weight
Windload
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Height/width/depth
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Montage:
By means of a pair of hot-dip gavanized steel
clamps K61120 to pipes of 60 – 115 mm OD
or the pair of clamps K61130 to pipes of
115 – 200 mm.
Grounding:
All metal parts of the antenna including the
mounting kit are DC grounded.
Scope of supply:
Panel without mounting hardware.
Special features:
The fiberglass cover of the radiators keeps the
electrical characteristics, even under heavy icing
conditions, nearly constant.
Radiation Pattern (at mid-band)
62°
10
10
0
Horizontal Pattern
3
dB
3
64°
0
Vertical Pattern
1600 mm
Input
28
640 mm
K523031
Type No.
dB
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Directional Antenna
100 – 160 MHz
K523031
1600 mm
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Mounting Instruction
Directional Antenna
K523031
1
ø1
1
7
65
55
55
0
42
25
0
2
2
1, 2: Pair of clamps K61120 for pipes of 60 – 115 mm OD or pair of clamps K61130
for pipes of 115 – 200 mm OD
Required metric wrenches: 19 mm and 24 mm
29
8 dB offset pattern antenna.
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
K553231
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. Power
Weight
Windload
Max. wind velocity
w/o ice
1/2˝ radial ice
Packing size
Antenna height
Distance dipole/mast
N female connector
inside of the mounting flange
118 – 144 MHz
< 1.5
8 dB
50 Ω
Vertical
220 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
54 kg
950 N (at 160 km/h)
170 km/h
135 km/h
2 pcs.: 3600 x 510 x 200 mm
and 3000 x 510 x 200 mm
6040 mm
370 mm
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
Flange 210 mm OD for mounting on a flanged
supporting pipe (see mounting instruction).
Grounding:
The antenna is DC grounded by a cross-section
of 798 mm2 hot-dip galvanized steel.
Scope of supply:
Antenna with neoprene O-ring at the flange,
but without mounting hardware.
Radiation Pattern (at mid-band)
24°
Mast
10
0
Horizontal Pattern
30
3
dB
3
10
0
Vertical Pattern
370 mm
6040 mm
Type No.
dB
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Offset Pattern High Gain Antenna
118 – 144 MHz
K553231
Antennas VHF
100 – 160 MHz
Mounting Instruction
Offset Pattern High Gain Antenna
K553231
required metric wrenches:
19 mm
ø 18 mm
170 mm
210 mm
31
For your notes
32
Summary – Filter VHF
100 – 156 MHz
Frequency range
... tunable bandwidth
– fixed bandwidth
Type No.
Page
1 cavity
2 cavities
3 cavities
118 ... 144 MHz
100 ... 156 MHz
100 ... 156 MHz
K6421351
K641231
K641331
34, 35
36, 37
36, 37
1 cavitiy
1 cavitiy
118 ... 144 MHz
118 ... 144 MHz
K6421361
K6421371
38, 39
38, 39
2 inputs
3 inputs
4 inputs
5 inputs
6 inputs
2 inputs
118 ... 144 MHz
118 ... 144 MHz
118 ... 144 MHz
118 ... 144 MHz
118 ... 144 MHz
118 ... 144 MHz
791527
791526
791525
792558
792504
78410198
40
40
40
40
40
41
2 outputs
3 outputs
4 outputs
5 outputs
6 outputs
2 outputs
3 outputs
118 ... 144 MHz
118 ... 144 MHz
118 ... 144 MHz
118 ... 144 MHz
118 ... 144 MHz
118 ... 144 MHz
118 ... 144 MHz
792318
791857
791859
792329
792330
793094
791211
42
42
42
42
42
43
43
100 – 150 MHz
K627031
44
118 – 144 MHz
791653
45
118 – 144 MHz
791528
46
117.5 – 144 MHz
117.5 – 144 MHz
780265
780266
47
48
Type
Band-pass Filter
Band-pass Filter
Band-pass Filter
Filters VHF
100 – 156 MHz
Band-pass Filter
S-P Filter
S-P Filter
S-P Filter
Filter Transmitter Combiner
Filter Transmitter Combiner
Filter Transmitter Combiner
Filter Transmitter Combiner
Filter Transmitter Combiner
Filter Transmitter Combiner
Filter Transmitter Combiner
Filter Receiver Combiner
Filter Receiver Combiner
Filter Receiver Combiner
Filter Receiver Combiner
Filter Receiver Combiner
Filter Receiver Combiner
Filter Receiver Combiner
Filter Receiver Combiner
Coupler
3-dB Coupler
Circulator
Circulator
Decoupling unit
Decoupling unit
Receiver Multicoupler
Receiver Multicoupler
Receiver Multicoupler
8 outputs
16 outputs
Examples for customize combiners
Combiner System, 6 channels VHF
Combiner System, 20 channels VHF
49
50
33
Band-pass Filter
118 ... 144 MHz
max.
210 mm
It can be used:
– t o improve the input selectivity of receivers
and amplifiers,
– t o increase the isolation of transmitters,
whose respective antennas are mounted
close together,
– t o suppress noise sidebands and intermodulation products,
–a
s a component to form combiners.
Design and construction:
The band-pass filter is designed as a temperature stabilized λ/4 coaxial resonator. The
pass band frequency as well as the input and
output coupling are adjustable.
770 mm
Filters VHF
100 – 156 MHz
The band-pass filter is suitable as receiving
or transmitting filter, for one transmitting or
receiving channel.
Filter characteristics:
Narrow pass band range with low insertion
loss, high stop band attenuation, variable
filter response corresponding to the desired
stop band attenuation.
Combination of several band-pass filters:
Several band-pass filters can be inter­
connected using cables of an electrical length
of λ/4. This causes an increase in the edge
steepness of the filter curve as well as the
bandwidth of the pass band. The individual
filters are tuned to the center frequency of the
complete filter.
Tuning:
The band-pass filter is tuned to the desired
pass band frequency and insertion loss at
the factory. Please specify desired pass band
frequency and insertion loss (curve A, B, C,
D) when ordering.
The pass band filter can also be tuned on site
using the supplied instructions.
mm
If the stop band attenuation of the individual
filters exceeds 10 dB, approximately the
following applies:
additional stop band attenuation =
(n – 1) x 5 dB;
n = number of individual filters.
For special applications band-pass filters can
also be interconnected with S-P filters.
190
Insertion loss of the filter combination =
Sum insertion loss of the individual filters
+ cable attenuation of the interconnecting
cables (about 0.1 dB per cable).
Stop band attenuation of the filter
combination =
Sum stop band attenuation of individual filters
+ additional stop band attenuation.
190
Technical Data
Type No.
Frequency range
Insertion loss
VSWR
Impedance
Input power
Temperature range
Connectors
Material
Installation
Attached hardware
Weight
Packing size
Dimensions (w x h x d)
34
mm
K6421351
118 ... 144 MHz
0.5 ... 2 dB, tunable
< 1.5
50 Ω
< 200 W
–30 … +60 °C
N female, silver-plated
Outer conductor: Aluminum
Inner conductor: Brass, silver-plated
Free standing or
wall mounting with mounting angles
Filter with 2 mounting angles
and 2 connecting pieces
13 kg
207 mm x 1125 mm x 207 mm
190 mm x max. 980 mm x 190 mm
(with tuning rod)
Band-pass Filter
118 ... 144 MHz
Typical attenuation curves
Tuning examples:
1
2
10
3
15
B
4
C
-0.2
20
25
-0.1
1
2
f0
A
3
B
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
14
16
20
24
A
Filters VHF
100 – 156 MHz
5
Attenuation/dB
0
Attenuation/dB
Attenuation/dB
Band-pass Filter
K6421351
-1.0
C
-0.8
-0.6
-0.4
-0.2
f0
A
30
K6421351
B
35
40
C
-5
-4
-3
-2
-1
f0
+1
+2
+3
+4
+5
Frequency/ MHz
Curve
Insertion loss
A
B
C
0.5 dB
1.0 dB
2.0 dB
35
Band-pass Filter
100 ... 156 MHz
426 mm
It can be used:
– t o improve the input selectivity of receivers
and amplifiers,
– t o increase the isolation of transmitters,
whose respective antennas are mounted
close together,
– t o suppress noise sidebands and intermodulation products,
–a
s a component to form combiners.
m
240 m
Filters VHF
100 – 156 MHz
The band-pass filter is suitable as receiving
or transmitting filter, for one transmitting or
receiving channel.
Design and construction:
The band-pass filter consists of two or three
high Q capacitively coupled resonators.
The pass band frequency, the coupling between the resonators as well as the
input and output coupling are adjustable.
124 mm
37
mm
2-cavity band-pass filter
Filter characteristics:
Narrow pass band range with low insertion
loss, high stop band attenuation, variable
filter response corresponding to the desired
stop band attenuation.
37
mm
426 mm
m
360 m
Tuning:
The band-pass filter is tuned to the desired
pass band frequency and insertion loss at
the factory. Please specify desired pass
band frequency and insertion loss (curve A,
B) when ordering.
The band-pass filter can also be tuned on
site using the supplied instructions.
124 mm
Technical Data
Type No.
Frequency range
Insertion loss
VSWR
Impedance
Input power
Temperature range
Temperature coefficient
Connector
Material
Colour
Installation
Weight
Packing size
Dimensions (w x h x d)
36
3-cavity band-pass filter
37
mm
K641231
K641331
100 ... 156 MHz
1 ... 2 dB, tunable
1.0 dB
2.0 dB
curve A
curve B
1.5 ... 2 dB, tunable
1.5 dB
2.0 dB
curve A
curve B
< 1.2
50 Ω
< 50 W
< 25 W
–30 ... +60 °C
< 18 x 10 –6/ °C
N female
Outer conductor and inner conductor:
Brass, silver-plated
Grey
With 4 screws (max. 6 mm diameter)
12 kg
18 kg
614 mm x 195 mm x 314 mm
614 mm x 195 mm x 434 mm
426 mm x 124 mm x 240 mm
426 mm x 124 mm x 360 mm
37
mm
Band-pass Filter
100 ... 156 MHz
Typical attenuation curves
B
-0.4
10
-0.2
10
f0
-0.2
50
50
-4
-2
60
A
B
70
Frequency/MHz
30
f0
40
60
-6
-0.1
40
B
-8
20
8
30
A
10
6
B
20
8
4
A
f0
Attenuation/dB
6
A
2
10
Attenuation/dB
4
Attenuation/dB
2
3-cavity band-pass filter K641331
Attenuation/dB
2-cavity band-pass filter K641231
Filters VHF
100 – 156 MHz
Tuning examples:
-3
Curve
Model
Insertion
loss
Type No.
A
B
A
B
2 cavities
2 cavities
3 cavities
3 cavities
1.0 dB
2.0 dB
1.5 dB
2.0 dB
K641231
K641231
K641331
K641331
70
-2
-1
f0
Frequency/MHz
37
S-P Filter
118 ... 144 MHz
It can be used:
– in the transmission path to suppress
side band noise and to attenuate inter­
modulation products at the receiving
frequencies,
– in the receiving path to attenuate transmitting frequencies,
–a
s a component for combiners with very
low frequency spacing.
max.
210 mm
Design and construction:
The S-P filter is designed as a high Q temperature stabilized λ/4 coaxial resonator. Using
a special temperature stabilized coupling,
high stop band attenuation can be adjusted
very close to the pass band
frequency.
770 mm
Filters VHF
100 – 156 MHz
The S-P filter (Stop-Pass filter) is used to attenuate interfering signals located extremely
close to the operational frequency.
190
Filter characteristics:
Narrow pass band range with low insertion
loss, high stop band attenuation at the stop
band frequency. Even in case of very small
spacing between the pass band and the stop
band frequency a high stop band attenuation
is achieved, which can not be achieved using
standard band-pass filters of the same size.
mm
Combination of several S-P filters:
Several S-P filters can be interconnected by
cables with an electrical length of λ/4.
190
mm
Insertion loss of the filter combination =
Sum insertion loss of the individual filters +
cable attenuation of the interconnecting
cables (about 0.1 dB per cable). Stop band
attenuation of the filter combination =
Sum stop band attenuation of the individual
filters + additional stop band attenuation.
If the stop band attenuation of the individual
filters exceeds 10 dB, approximately the
following applies:
additional stop band attenuation =
(n – 1) x 5 dB;
n = number of individual filters.
For special applications S-P filters can also
be interconnected with band-pass filters.
Tuning:
The S-P filter is tuned to the desired pass
band and stop band frequency at the factory.
Please specify desired pass band and stop
band frequency when ordering.
The S-P filter can also be tuned on site using
the supplied instructions.
Technical Data
Type No.
Pass frequency
Frequency range
Frequency separtion
Minimum
Maximum
Insertion loss
VSWR
Impedance
Input power
Temperature range
Effect of temperature
Connectors
Material
Installation
Attached hardware
Weight
Packing size
Dimensions (w x h x d)
38
K6421361 K6421371
Below stop frequency Above stop frequency
118 ... 144 MHz
0.2 MHz
5 MHz
0.5 ±0.15 dB
< 1.5
50 Ω
< 200 W
–20 … +60 °C
< 0.2 kHz / °C
N female
Outer conductor: Aluminum
Inner conductor: Brass, silver-plated
Free standing or
wall mounting with mounting angles
S-P filter with 2 mounting angles
and 2 connecting pieces
13 kg
207 mm x 1125 mm x 207 mm
190 mm x max. 980 mm x 190 mm
(with tuning rod)
S-P Filter
118 ... 144 MHz
Typical attenuation curves
Tuning examples:
-0.1 f0
0
A
B
C
-0.2
f0 0.1
dB
D
E
1
10
15
F
20
G
25
30
2
H
3
35
40
4
f0
5
Filters VHF
100 – 156 MHz
-0.3
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Attenuation/dB
K6421361
Pass frequency below stop frequency
+0.2
+0.4
+0.6
+0.8
+1.0
+1.2
45
Frequency/MHz
0
5
10
15
20
25
f0
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
B
C
D
E
F
0.2
2
H
3
40
45
-0.1 f0
1
G
30
35
+0.2
A
dB
Attenuation/dB
K6421371
Pass frequency above stop frequency
4
-1.2
-1.0
-0.8
-0.6
-0.4
-0.2
f0
Frequency/MHz
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
0.2 MHz
0.3 MHz
0.4 MHz
0.5 MHz
0.6 MHz
0.8 MHz
1.0 MHz
1.2 MHz
39
Filter Transmitter Combiner
with 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 inputs
118 ... 144 MHz
Filters VHF
100 – 156 MHz
The Tx combiner enables several transmitters to be
connected into one common antenna.
The Tx combiner consists of one douple circulator
and one 1-pole bandpass filter per channel. The
outputs of the filters are connected via pre-defined
cable lengths onto a common starpoint. This starpoint then forms the output of the combiner.
Tuning:
The bandpasses must be tuned to the individual
operating channels. Upon request this tuning may
be performed at our factory (in this case please
state the operating channels when ordering) or it
may be undertaken on site.
792504
Tx combiner 792504
BP: Band-pass filter
↑:Circulator
Technical Data
The insertion loss and isolation values apply to the minimum frequency spacing.
Type No.
Inputs
791527
2
791526
3
791525
4
792558
5
792504
6
Frequency range
Min. requency spacing
Insertion loss
Isolation
VSWR
Impedance
Temperature range
Connection
Material
Color
* hu = height unit
40
Max. power
(CW)
2 x 100 W
3 x 100 W
4 x 100 W
5 x 100 W
6 x 100 W
Dimensions
19˝ drawer
Height
Depth
22 hu* / 977 mm
380 mm
22 hu* / 977 mm
380 mm
22 hu* / 977 mm
380 mm
22 hu* / 977 mm
570 mm
22 hu* / 977 mm
570 mm
118 ... 144 MHz (tunable)
200 kHz
< 3.5 dB
> 60 dB
< 1.25 (at the operating frequency)
50 Ω
0 ... +50 °C
N female
Outer conductor: Aluminum
Inner conductor: Brass, silver plated
Front plate: Grey
Weight
42 kg
61 kg
81 kg
103 kg
122 kg
Filter Transmitter Combiner
for narrow frequency spacing
118 ... 144 MHz
The Tx combiner enables two transmitters to be
combined to one common antenna output.
The Tx combiner consists of one douple circulator
and two 1 pole band-pass filters per channel.
Filters VHF
100 – 156 MHz
The outputs of the filters are connected via predefined cable lengths onto a common starpoint.
This starpoint then forms the output of the combiner.
Tuning:
The band-passes must be tuned to the individual
operating channels. Upon request this tuning may
be performed at our factory (in this case please
state the operating channels when ordering) or it
may be undertaken on site.
Technical Data
The insertion loss and isolation values apply to the minimum frequency spacing.
Type No.
Inputs
Frequency range
Min. frequency spacing
Insertion loss
Isolation
VSWR
Impedance
Input power (CW)
Temperatur range
Connectors
Material
Colour of front plate
Weight
Dimensions
78410198
2
118 ... 144 MHz (tunable)
100 kHz
< 5.5 dB
> 60 dB
< 1.25
50 Ω
2 x 100 W
0 ... +50 °C
N female
Outer conductor: Aluminum
Inner conductor: Brass, silver plated
Grey
68 kg
19˝ drawer
(height: 22 hu* = 977 mm, depth: 380 mm)
BP: Band-pass filter
↑:Circulator
* hu = height unit
41
Filter Receiver Combiner
with 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 outputs
118 ... 144 MHz
Filters VHF
100 – 156 MHz
The Rx combiner enables several receivers to be
combined to one common antenna input.
The Rx combiner consists of one 1-pole band-pass
filter per channel.
The inputs of the filters are connected via pre-defined cable lengths onto a common starpoint.
This starpoint then forms the input of the combiner.
Tuning:
The bandpasses must be tuned to the individual
operating channels. Upon request this tuning may
be performed at our factory (in this case please
state the operating channels when ordering) or it
may be undertaken on site.
Input
Starpoint
BP
BP
BP
BP
Output 1
Output 2
Output 3
Output 4
791859
Rx combiner 791859
BP: Band-pass filter
Technical Data
The insertion loss and isolation values apply to the minimum frequency spacing.
Type No.
Outputs
Dimensions
19˝ drawer
Height
792318
2
791857
3
791859
4
792329
5
792330
6
Frequency range
Min. frequency spacing
Insertion loss
Isolation
VSWR
Impedance
Temperature range
Connection
Material
Color
* hu = height unit
42
Weight
Depth
22 hu* / 977 mm
190 mm
22 hu* / 977 mm
380 mm
22 hu* / 977 mm
380 mm
22 hu* / 977 mm
570 mm
22 hu* / 977 mm
570 mm
118 ... 144 MHz (tunable)
200 kHz
≤ 2.5 dB
≥ 18 dB
< 1.5
50 Ω
0 ... +50 °C
N female
Outer conductor: Aluminum
Inner conductor: Brass, silver plated
Front plate: Grey
36 kg
49 kg
62 kg
75 kg
88 kg
Filter Receiver Combiner
for narrow frequency spacing
118 ... 144 MHz
The Rx combiner enables two receivers to be combined to one common antenna output.
The Rx combiner consists of two 1 pole band-pass
filters per channel.
Filters VHF
100 – 156 MHz
The band-pass filter is designed as a temperature
stabilized λ/4 coaxial resonator.
The intputs of the filters are connected via predefined cable lengths onto a common starpoint.
This starpoint then forms the input of the combiner.
Tuning:
The band-passes must be tuned to the individual
operating channels. Upon request this tuning may
be performed at our factory (in this case please
state the operating channels when ordering) or it
may be undertaken on site.
793094
Technical Data
The insertion loss and isolation values apply to the minimum frequency spacing.
Type No.
Outputs
Frequency range
Min. frequency spacing
Insertion loss
Isolation
VSWR
Impedance
Temperatur range
Connectors
Material
Colour of front plate
Weight
Dimensions
793094
791211
2
3
118 ... 144 MHz (tunable)
100 kHz
< 4.5 dB
> 18 dB
< 1.25
50 Ω
0 ... +50 °C
N female
Outer conductor: Aluminum
Inner conductor: Brass, silver plated
Grey
62 kg
88 kg
19˝ drawer
19˝ drawer
(22 hu* = 977 mm, depth: 380 mm) (22 hu* = 977 mm, depth: 570 mm)
793094
* hu = height unit
791211
BP: Band-pass filter
43
1
Attenuation 1 ↔ 2 / dB
Design and function:
The 3-dB coupler has four ports, two of which are
decoupled from each other.
For example effective power entering into port 1 is
distributed into ports 2 and 3.
Port 4 is decoupled and without power if ports 2
and 3 are ideally matched. In practice an absorber
of suitable power is to be planned for according to
the mismatch of ports 2 and 3.
3
Custom versions:
On request couplers with a coupling attenuation
between 3 dB and 10 dB are available.
2
4
Connectors
Frequency range
Attenuation 1 ↔ 2 / 1 ↔ 3
Attenuation 2 ↔ 3
Directivity
VSWR
Impedance
Max. power
Material
Colour
Installation
Weight
Packing size
Dimensions (w x h x d)
2.5
1↔2
3.0
1↔3
3.5
Frequency/MHz
Attenuation 2 ↔ 3 vs VSWR at port 1
K627031
N female
100 – 150 MHz
3 ±0.4 dB
See diagram
> 35 dB
< 1.06
50 Ω
500 W
Brass, silver-plated
Grey
With 2 screws (max. 6 mm diameter)
1.6 kg
931 mm x 54 mm x 126 mm
625 mm x 40 mm x 95 mm
(incl. connectors)
Note: VSWR and attenuation are measured when the remaining ports are
­terminated with 50-Ω loads.
44
Typical attenuation 1 ↔ 2 and 1 ↔ 4
vs frequency
100
Technical Data
Type No.
Attenuation 1 ↔ 4 / dB
The 3-dB coupler can be used:
–a
s decoupled power splitter with a ratio of 1:1,
– for the decoupled combining of two transmitters
with arbitrarily low frequency spacing (at 3-dB
loss),
– for the decoupled combining of two receivers
with arbitrarily low frequency spacing,
– for the decoupled combining of two transmitter/
receiver units, whose integrated duplexers are
within the same frequency range, as a frequency
independent 90° phase shifter,
–a
s a component to form combiners.
Attenuation 2 ↔ 3 / dB
Filters VHF
100 – 156 MHz
3-dB Coupler (90° Hybrid)
100 – 150 MHz
25
20
15
1.0
1.5
2.0
VSWR at port 1
(with 50-Ω load at port 4)
150
Circulator
118 – 144 MHz
The circulator can be used:
– t o increase the coupling attenuation between transmitters, to reduce intermodulation products,
– t o prevent adverse effects to unmatched load impedance on amplifier performance.
Filters VHF
100 – 156 MHz
Function:
The circulator is a non-reciprocal component with
low insertion loss in the forward direction (1 → 2)
and high attenuation in the reverse direction (2 →
1). The impedance at the input (1) of the circulator is
constant and independent of the impedance of the
components following, since the reflected power at
the output (2) is passed to the absorber port (3), which
must be terminated with an absorber.
3
1
2
Dimensions of the absorbers:
The absorber at port (3) must be dimensioned to
be able to absorb the maximum power reflected at
output (2).
Technical Data
Type No.
Frequency range
Insertion loss 1 → 2
Isolation 2 → 1
VSWR
Impedance
Input power (CW)
Temperature range
Connectors
Material
Weight
Dimensions (w x h x d)
791653
118 – 144 MHz
< 0.8 dB
> 40 dB
< 1.25
50 Ω
< 120 W
0 ... +50 °C
N female
Brass case, nickel plated
Approx. 1.2 kg
180 mm x 32 mm x 90 mm (incl. connectors)
45
Decoupling unit
118 – 144 MHz
This decoupling unit can be used to increase the
isolation between transmitters, if the used antennas
are situated very close together.
Filters VHF
100 – 156 MHz
The decoupling unit consists of a double circulator
and an absorber.
The impedance at the input of the decoupling unit
is constant and is independent of the antenna’s
VSWR. The signal received or reflected by the
antenna is fed to the absorber.
Output
2
25 W
1
Input
Technical Data
Type No.
Frequency range
Insertion loss 1 Ö 2
Isolation
VSWR
Impedance
Input power
Return power
Temperature range
Connectors
Installation
Weight
Packing size
Dimensions (w x h x d)
46
791528
118 – 144 MHz
< 0.8 dB
> 40 dB
< 1.25
50 Ω
< 100 W
< 25 W
0 ... +50 °C
N female
With 2 screws (max. 4 mm diameter)
1.6 kg
241 mm x 202 mm x 115 mm
See figure
0
21
8
17
50
Receiver Multicoupler
117.5 – 144 MHz, 8 Outputs
The use of the receiver multicoupler 780265 is
­appropriate if several receivers are operated
­simultaneously at the same site. With this receiver
­multicoupler up to 8 receivers can be connected to one
common antenna.
This results in considerable savings for the antenna
system. The low noise figure and the excellent inter­
modulation properties guarantee a high dynamic range
and thereby improved receiving conditions. This is of
­particular significance in locations where transmitters are
also operated next to receivers.
Filters VHF
100 – 156 MHz
Front view
The receiver multicoupler consists of:
– a low noise amplifier,
– a power splitter,
– a voltage supply.
The receiver multicoupler has an active redundancy due
to the two amplifier modules in parallel which are located
in the low noise amplifier. This means that the receiver
multicoupler still supplies all ­connected ­receivers even if
one of the amplifier m
­ odules fails. The signal levels in this
case decrease by approximately 6 dB.
Each amplifier module is designed for operation with its
own voltage supply of 230 V AC or +11 … +48 V DC.
Back view
Block diagram receiver multicoupler
decoupled
distributing
network
outputs
active redundant
amplifier
Technical Data
Type No.
Number of inputs
Number of outputs
Frequency range
Gain
Noise figure
3rd order intercept point
Isolation
VSWR
Input
Output
Impedance
Power supply
780265
1
8
117.5 – 144 MHz
3.0 dB ±1.5 dB
4.0 dB +0.5 dB
> 23 dBm (typ. 25 dBm)
> 25 dB (typ. 30 dB) between any two outputs
< 1.4
< 1.4
50 Ω
230 V +10/–15%, 50 … 60 Hz and/or
+11 … +48 V DC
Power consumption
< 9 W (230 V, 50 Hz)
< 20 W (+11 … +48 V DC)
Temperature range
–20 … +50 °C
Connectors
N female
Colour
Front panel: Grey
Attached hardware
Power cable and 4 pin DC-connector
Weight
3.9 kg
Packing size
Approx. 540 mm x 105 mm x 410 mm
Dimensions (w x h x d)
483 mm x 44 mm x 250 mm, 19˝ drawer
Note: Unused outputs have to be terminated using a 50-Ω load in order to
­comply with the specifications.
Receiver multicoupler
117.5
MHz
Receiver
Receiver
Receiver
Receiver
144
Receiver
8 receivers
Example receiver multicoupler
117.5 – 144 MHz
47
Filters VHF
100 – 156 MHz
Receiver Multicoupler
117.5 – 144 MHz, 16 Outputs
The use of the receiver multicoupler 780266 is
­appropriate if several receivers are operated
­simultaneously at the same site. With this receiver
­multicoupler up to 16 receivers can be connected to one
common antenna.
This results in considerable savings for the antenna
system. The low noise figure and the excellent inter­
modulation properties guarantee a high dynamic range
and thereby improved receiving conditions. This is of
­particular significance in locations where transmitters are
also operated next to receivers.
Front view
The receiver multicoupler consists of:
– a low noise amplifier,
– a power splitter,
– a voltage supply.
The receiver multicoupler has an active redundancy due
to the two amplifier modules in parallel which are located
in the low noise amplifier. This means that the receiver
multicoupler still supplies all connected receivers even if
one of the amplifier modules fails. The signal levels in this
case decrease by approximately 6 dB.
Each amplifier module is designed for operation with its
own voltage supply of 230 V AC or +11 … +48 V DC.
Back view
Block diagram receiver multicoupler
decoupled
distributing
network
outputs
active redundant
amplifier
Technical Data
Type No.
Number of inputs
Number of outputs
Frequency range
Gain
Noise figure
3rd order intercept point
Isolation
VSWR
Input
Output
Impedance
Power supply
780266
1
16
117.5 – 144 MHz
1.0 dB ±1.5 dB
4.5 dB ±0.5 dB
> 12 dBm (typ. 16 dBm)
> 25 dB (typ. 30 dB) between any two outputs
< 1.4
< 1.4
50 Ω
230 V +10/–15%, 50 … 60 Hz and/or
+11 … +48 V DC, minus grounded
Power consumption
< 9 W (230 V, 50 Hz)
< 20 W (+11 … +48 V DC)
Temperature range
–20 … +50 °C
Connectors
N female
Colour
Front panel: Grey
Attached hardware
Power cable and 4 pin DC-connector
Weight
5.9 kg
Packing size
Approx. 540 mm x 115 mm x 460 mm
Dimensions (w x h x d)
483 mm x 88 mm x 250 mm, 19˝ drawer
Note: Unused outputs have to be terminated using a 50-Ω load in order to
­comply with the specifications.
48
Receiver multicoupler
117.5
MHz
Receiver
Receiver
Receiver
Receiver
16 receivers
Example receiver multicoupler
117.5 – 144 MHz
144
Receiver
Combiner System
6 channels VHF
Example
Rx antenna
Filters VHF
100 – 156 MHz
Tx antenna
appr. 50 dB antennas
coupling attentuation at
6 meters vertical spacing
A
B
6 channel
Tx filter combiner
792504
Tx 1
Tx 2
Tx 3
Tx 4
6 channel
Rx filter combiner
792330
Tx 5
Tx 6
Rx 1
Rx 2
Rx 3
Rx 4
Rx 5
Rx 6
Frequency range: 118 ... 144 MHz
Input power:
< 100 W
Insertion loss:
Tx
B
A: < 3.5 dB
Rx: < 2.5 dB
Isolation:
Tx
Tx
Rx
Tx: > 60 dB
Rx: > 65 dB
Rx: > 18 dB
49
50
4 channel
filter transmitter
combiner
791525
A2
4 channel
filter transmitter
combiner
791525
A3
4 channel
filter transmitter
combiner
791525
A4
A5
Tx: > 60 dB
Rx: > 65 dB
Rx: > 25 dB
Isolation:
Tx
Tx
Rx
A: < 3.5 dB
Rx: > 1.5 dB gain
< 100 W
Insertion loss: Tx
B
Input power:
Note: Rx site is located 1000 meters from Tx site.
Frequency range: 118 ... 137 MHz
Rx 1 – Rx 16
Rx multicoupler
780266
B1
4x2W
K62261111
Rx multicoupler
780265
B2
Rx 17 – Rx 20
Rx a n t e n n a
Multiple-unit
antenna
717587
appr. 65 dB
antennas coupling attentuation
at 1000 meters spacing
4 channel
filter transmitter
combiner
791525
Tx antenna
Multiple-unit
antenna
717587
appr. 25 dB
antennas coupling attentuation
at 6 meters horizontal spacing
Tx 1 Tx 2 Tx 3 Tx 4 Tx 5 Tx 6 Tx 7 Tx 8 Tx 9 Tx 10 Tx 11 Tx12 Tx13 Tx14 Tx15 Tx16 Tx17 Tx18 Tx19 Tx 20
4 channel
filter transmitter
combiner
791525
A1
Multiple-unit
antenna
717280
Tx antenna
Filters VHF
100 – 156 MHz
Tx/Rx Combiner
20 channels VHF
Example
Summary – Combination VHF/UHF
118 – 144 MHz / 225 – 400 MHz
Type
Frequency range
Gain
Connector
Type No.
Height
[mm]
Page
Omni
Omni
118 – 144 / 225 – 400 MHz
360°
0 dB / 1 dB
2x N female
717338
3600
52, 53
Omni
118 – 144 / 225 – 400 MHz
360°
0 dB / 1 dB
2x N female
727728
3600
52, 53
118 – 137 / 225 – 400 MHz
360°
0 dB / 1 dB
4x N female
723904
7000
54, 55
Multiple-Unit Omni
Antennas VHF/UHF
Combination
Multiple-Unit Omni
51
Omnidirectional Antenna – Multiple-unit
118 – 144 / 225 – 400 MHz
717338, 727728
Omnidirectional 2-unit antenna, consisting of one VHF and
one UHF dipole in common fiberglass-tube
colour: brown
Antennas VHF/UHF
Combination
colour: red/white/red
System
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain
Horizontal radiation pattern:
Deviation from circularity
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Decoupling
Weight
Radome diameter
Wind load
Max. wind velocity
Height
717338
727728
VHF
UHF
N female
N female
118 – 144 MHz
225 – 400 MHz
< 1.8
< 2.0
0 dB
1 dB
(ref. to the half wave dipole)
± 0.3 dB
± 0.3 dB (225 MHz)
±1 dB (400 MHz)
50 Ω
Vertical
100 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
118 – 144 MHz: > 27 dB
225 – 400 MHz: > 24 dB
38 kg
188 mm
590 N (at 160 km/h)
241 km/h
3600 mm
Material:
Radiator: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Radome: Fiberglass.
Base: Aluminum.
Mounting:
Standard flange 320 mm OD.
Grounding:
The antenna is DC grounded by a cross section
of 214 mm2 steel.
Scope of supply:
Antenna with neoprene O-ring at the flange,
but without mounting hardware.
52
3600 mm
Type No.
Antennas VHF/UHF
Combination
Mounting Instruction
Omnidirectional Antenna
717338, 727728
18 mm
280 mm
320 mm
– Mount only on a plane surface with max. unevenness 0.5 mm
– Put the O-ring carefully into the circular groove of the flange
– Mounting screws: M 16 stainless or hot-dip galvanized steel
(min. strength 5.6 accord. DIN 267)
Max. torque: 50 Nm (screws should be greased with MoS2)
– Put a stainless steel washer between aluminum flange and screw head or nut
53
Multiple-Unit Antenna
118 – 137 MHz / 225 – 400 MHz
723904
Multiple-antenna consisting of 2 VHF and 2 UHF
­omnidirectional antennas
Antennas VHF/UHF
Combination
Type No.
System
Input
Connector position
Frequency range
VSWR
Horizontal radiation pattern:
Deviation from circularity
Gain
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Decoupling
Weight
Wind load
Max. wind velocity
Bending moment (y–y)
Height
723904
VHF
2 x N female
Bottom
118 – 137 MHz
< 1.8
UHF
2 x N female
Bottom
225 – 400 MHz
< 2.0
< ±0.3 dB
< ±1 dB
0 dB
1 dB
(ref. to the half wave dipole)
50 Ω
50 Ω
Vertical
Vertical
100 W
100 W
(at 50 °C ambient temperature)
UHF – UHF: > 25 dB
VHF – VHF: > 25 dB
UHF – VHF: > 20 dB
80 kg
900 N (at 160 km/h)
200 km/h
2570 Nm (at 160 km/h)
3760 Nm (at 200 km/h)
Approx. 7000 mm
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel in fiberglass radome.
Colour: Red/white/red.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
Flange 320 mm diameter.
Grounding:
The metal parts of the antenna are DC grounded.
54
Antennas VHF/UHF
Combination
Mounting Instruction
Multi-Unit Antenna
723904
18 mm
280 mm
320 mm
– Mount the aluminum flange on plane surface only (max. unevenness 0.5 mm)
– Put the O-ring carefully into the circular groove of the flange
– Mounting screws: M16 stainless or hot-dip galvanized steel
(min. strength 5.6 accord. DIN 267)
Max. torque: 50 Nm (screws should be greased with MoS2)
– Put a stainless steel washer between aluminum flange and screw head or nut
55
For your notes
56
Summary – Antennas UHF
225 – 400 MHz
Type
Frequency
range
Gain
Connector
Type No.
Height
[mm]
Page
Omnidirectional Antennas
Omni
225 – 400 MHz
360°
0 dB
7-16 female
718217
570
58, 59
Omni
225 – 400 MHz
360°
0.5 dB
N female
K751011
Approx.1200
60, 61
Omni
225 – 400 MHz
360°
2x 1 dB
2x N female
K7540121
2650
62, 63
Omni
225 – 400 MHz
360°
3x 1 dB
3x N female
K7540131
3690
62, 63
Omni
225 – 400 MHz
360°
4x 1 dB
4x N female
K7540141
4230
62, 63
Omni
225 – 400 MHz
360°
5x 1 dB
5x N female
K7540151
5570
62, 63
Omni
225 – 400 MHz
360°
3 dB
N female
723141
2650
62, 63
Directional Antennas
225 – 400 MHz
180°
5.5 dB
N female
K753111
1380
64, 65
Directional Antennas
225 – 400 MHz
180°
8 dB
N female
K753211
2740
66, 67
Antennas UHF
225 – 400 MHz
Directional Antennas
57
Omnidirectionl Antenna
225 – 400 MHz
718217
l
dipoles round a mast (diameter 250 – 600 mm),
6
are combined by an integrated power splitter.
718217
Type No.
7-16 female
225 – 400 MHz
< 2.0
Mastdiameter 500 mm:
±1.0 dB (225 MHz)
±1.5 dB (325 MHz)
±3.5 dB (400 MHz)
0 dB
50 Ω
Vertical
650 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
40 kg (for a mast of 500 mm dia.)
3.5 kN (at 180 km/h and 4 cm radial ice)
200 km/h
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. Power
Weight
Wind load
Max. wind velocity
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
On a pipe mast with a dia. of 250 – 600 mm.
Please spezify exact dia. with order.
The cable lenth needs to stay unchanged!
Grounding:
All parts of the antenna including the delivered
mounting kit are DC grounded.
Scope of supply:
Antenna incl. power splitter and cables
(pipe mast not supplied).
Radiation Pattern (at mid-band)
225 MHz
310 MHz
10
3
dB
Antennas UHF
225 – 400 MHz
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Horizontal radiation pattern:
Deviation from circularity
0
Vertical Pattern
58
400 MHz
Antennas UHF
225 – 400 MHz
Omnidirectionl Antenna
225 – 400 MHz
718217
59
Cone Antenna
225 – 400 MHz
K751011
K751011
Type No.
Input
N female connector
in a weather protective housing
at the end of the support pipe
225 – 400 MHz
< 1.8
0.5 dB
50 Ω
Vertical
290 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
9.5 kg
160 N (at 160 km/h)
200 km/h (incl. 1/2˝ radial ice)
1250 x 520 x 520 mm
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
Parallel mounting at the top of the mast by
­means of two butt straps (see mounting instruction).
Grounding:
The antenna is DC grounded by a cross-section
of 400 mm2 hot-dip galvanized steel.
Scope of supply:
Antenna without mounting hardware.
Radiation Pattern (at mid-band)
225 MHz
310 MHz
10
3
dB
Antennas UHF
225 – 400 MHz
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. Power
Weight
Windload
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
0
Vertical Pattern
60
400 MHz
Antennas UHF
225 – 400 MHz
Mounting Instruction
Cone Antenna
K751011
60
50
300
25
ø14
61
Omnidirectional Antenna
225 – 400 MHz
K75401.., 723141
ulti-element antenna, consisting of several separately fed
M
dipoles arranged in line.
l Special models of gain antennas with an integrated power
splitter.
l
Standard models: Multiple-unit antenna
K7540121 K7540131 K7540141 K7540151
Type No.
Gain (ref. to the
λ/2 dipole)
2 x 1 dB
3 x 1 dB
4 x 1 dB
5 x 1 dB
Special models I: Omnidirectional gain antenna
723141
Type No.
Gain (ref. to the
λ/2 dipole)
3 dB
2650 mm
29 kg
430 N
Antennas UHF
225 – 400 MHz
Bending moment
Radome diameter
Max. wind velocity
Frequency range
Bandwidth
Input
VSWR
Attenuation
Max. input
power (CW)
Polarization
3690 mm
4730 mm
5770 mm
37 kg
49 kg
67 kg
590 N
760 N
940 N
at 160 km/h
560 Nm
1070 Nm
1780 Nm
2690 Nm
at 160 km/h (at attachment point)
188 mm
200 km/h
225 – 400 MHz
175 MHz
Type N female connectors in the antenna base
< 2.0
> 27 dB between adjacent dipoles
110 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
Vertical
Material:
Radiating elements: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
Base: Weatherproof aluminum.
Radome: Fiberglass, colour: Brown.
Intermal screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
Flange 320 mm OD for mounting on a flanged supporting
pipe.
Scope of supply: Antenna with neoprene O-ring at the flange, but without
screws.
Grounding:
The antenna is DC grounded by a cross section of 214 mm2
hot-dip galvanized steel.
For standard models
3
0
0
Horizontal Pattern
62
Radiation Pattern
dB
3
dB
78° (45°)
Vertical Pattern
225 MHz
400 MHz
Height
Length
Weight
Wind load
Omnidirectional Antenna
225 – 400 MHz
K75401.., 723141
Antennas UHF
225 – 400 MHz
K7540121
18 mm
280 mm
320 mm
– Mount the aluminum flange on plane surface only (max. unevenness 0.5 mm)
– Put the O-ring carefully into the circular groove of the flange
– Mounting screws: M16 stainless or hot-dip galvanized steel
(min. strength 5.6 accord. DIN 267)
Max. torque: 50 Nm (screws should be greased with MoS2)
– Put a stainless steel washer between aluminum flange and screw head or nut
63
Offset Pattern Gain Antenna
225 – 400 MHz
K753111
5.5 dB offset pattern antenna
Hot-dip galvanized steel
N female connector
inside of the mounting flange
225 – 400 MHz
< 1.7
5.5 dB
50 Ω
Vertical
260 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
Preferred direction: Mast to radiator.
18 kg
200 N (at 160 km/h)
200 km/h (incl. 1/2˝ radial ice)
1450 x 400 x 200 mm
Approx. 1380 mm
250 mm
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. Power
Radiation pattern
Weight
Windload
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Antenna height
Distance dipole/mast
250 mm
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
Via standard flange 130 mm diameter.
The upper flange is suitable for installation
of an obstruction light.
Grounding:
All metal parts of the antenna including
the mounting kit are DC grounded.
Radiation Pattern (at mid-band)
225 MHz
400 MHz
180°
39°/29°
Mast
3
10
0
Horizontal Pattern
64
3
dB
10
dB
Antennas UHF
225 – 400 MHz
Input
0
Vertical Pattern
approx. 1380 mm
K753111
Type No.
Mounting Instruction
Offset Pattern Gain Antenna
K753111
130 mm
100 mm
ø 14 mm
Antennas UHF
225 – 400 MHz
ø 39 mm
ø 14 mm
100 mm
130 mm
65
Offset Pattern High Gain Antenna
225 – 400 MHz
K753211
8 dB offset pattern antenna.
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
K753211
Input
N female connector
inside of the mounting flange
225 – 400 MHz
< 1.7
8 dB
50 Ω
Vertical
300 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
40 kg
450 N (at 160 km/h)
200 km/h (incl. 1/2˝ radial ice)
2800 x 400 x 200 mm
2740 mm
250 mm
Material:
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
Via standard flange 190 mm diameter.
The upper flange is suitable for installation
of an obstruction light.
Grounding:
All metal parts of the antenna including
the mounting kit are DC grounded.
Radiation Pattern (at mid-band)
225 MHz
400 MHz
180°
24°/16°
Mast
3
10
0
Horizontal Pattern
66
3
dB
10
dB
Antennas UHF
225 – 400 MHz
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Polarization
Max. Power
Weight
Windload
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Antenna height
Distance dipole/mast
0
Vertical Pattern
250 mm
2740 mm
Type No.
Mounting Instruction
Offset Pattern High Gain Antenna
K753211
130 mm
100 mm
ø 14 mm
Antennas UHF
225 – 400 MHz
ø 39 mm
required metric wrenches:
19 mm
ø 17 mm
150 mm
190 mm
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68
Type
Frequency range
... tunable bandwidth
– fixed bandwidth
Type No.
Page
Band-pass Filter
3 cavities
225 ... 400 MHz
K651311
70
Transmitter Filter Combiner
2 inputs
225 – 400 MHz
791988
71
Circulator
225 – 400 MHz
792008
72
Decoupling Unit
225 – 400 MHz
792246
73
3-dB Coupler
225 – 400 MHz
K637011
74
225 – 400 MHz
780231
75
Receiver Multicoupler
8 outputs
Filters UHF
225 – 400 MHz
Summary – Filter UHF
225 – 400 MHz
69
Band-pass Filter
225 ... 400 MHz
The band-pass filter is suitable as receiving
or transmitting filter, for one transmitting or
receiving channel.
It can be used:
– t o improve the input selectivity of receivers and amplifiers,
– t o increase the isolation of transmitters,
whose respective antennas are mounted
close together,
– t o suppress noise sidebands and intermodulation products,
–a
s a component to form combiners.
Filter characteristics:
Narrow pass band range with low insertion
loss, high stop band attenuation, variable
filter response corresponding to the desired
stop band attenuation.
30
7m
m
mm
105
Design and construction:
The band-pass filter consists of three
high Q capacitively coupled resonators.
The pass band frequency, the coupling
­be-tween the resonators as well as the
input and output coupling are adjustable.
23
0m
m
The band-pass filter can also be tuned on
site using the supplied instructions.
Typical attenuation curves
Tuning example:
2
Technical Data
Type No.
K651311
Frequency range
Insertion loss
225 ... 400 MHz
1 ... 2 dB, tunable
1.0 dB
curve A
VSWR
Impedance
Input power
Temperature range
Temperature coefficient
Connector
Material
Weight
Mounting
Packing size
Dimensions (w x h x d)
4
A
6
B
10
-0.8
-0.4
30
f0
40
50
A
60
B
70
-6
70
20
8
2.0 dB
curve B
< 1.2
50 Ω
< 50 W
< 25 W
–30 ... +60 °C
< 15 x 10 –6/ °C
N female
Outer conductor: Aluminum
Inner conductor: Brass, silver-plated
6.5 kg
Via 4 screws (max. 6 mm diameter)
372 mm x 205 mm x 292 mm
300 mm x 105 mm x 237 mm
10
-4
-2
f0
Frequency/MHz
Attenuation/dB
3-cavities Band-pass Filter K651311
Attenuation/dB
Filters UHF
225 – 400 MHz
Tuning:
The band-pass filter is tuned to the desired
pass band frequency and insertion loss at
the factory. Please specify desired pass
band frequency and insertion loss (curve A,
B) when ordering.
Filter Transmitter Combiner
with 2 inputs
225 ... 400 MHz
The Tx combiner enables several transmitters
to be combined to one common antenna output.
Special features:
–n
arrow channel spacing between Tx frequencies
possible,
– low insertion loss,
–h
igh isolation between Tx inputs,
–h
igh filter selectivity at Rx frequencies.
Design and construction:
The Tx combiner consists of one douple circulator
and one 3pole band-pass filter per channel.
The outputs of the filters are connected via pre-­
defined cable lengths onto a common starpoint.
This starpoint then forms the output of the combiner.
Tuning:
The bandpasses must be tuned to the individual
operating channels at our factory (please state the
operating channels when ordering).
Filters UHF
225 – 400 MHz
Special version
Tx Combiner 4x 100 W
Output
Technical Data
The insertion loss and isolation values apply to the minimum frequency spacing.
Type No.
Frequency range
Min. frequency spacing
Insertion loss
Isolation
VSWR
Impedance
Max.power (CW)
Temperatur range
Connectors
Inputs
Material
Colour of front plate
Weight
Dimensions (h, d)
BP
BP
Input 1
Input 2
791988
225 ... 400 MHz (tunable)
3 MHz
< 3.5 dB
> 60 dB
< 1.25
50 Ω
2x 100 W
0 ... +50 °C
N female
2
Outer conductor: Aluminum
Inner conductor: Brass, silver plated
Grey
26 kg
19˝ drawer
(height: 5 hu* = 445 mm, depth: 600 mm)
* hu = height unit
71
Circulator
225 – 400 MHz
The circulator can be used:
– t o increase the coupling attenuation between transmitters, to reduce intermodulation products,
– t o prevent adverse effects to unmatched load impedance on amplifier performance.
Function:
The circulator is a non-reciprocal component with
low insertion loss in the forward direction (1 → 2)
and high attenuation in the reverse direction (2 →
1). The impedance at the input (1) of the circulator is
constant and independent of the impedance of the
components following, since the reflected power at
the output (2) is passed to the absorber port (3), which
must be terminated with an absorber.
3
1
2
Filters UHF
225 – 400 MHz
Dimensions of the absorbers:
The absorber at port (3) must be dimensioned to
be able to absorb the maximum power reflected at
output (2).
Technical Data
Type No.
Frequency range
Insertion loss 1 → 2
Isolation 2 → 1
VSWR
Impedance
Input power (CW)
Temperature range
Connectors
Material
Weight
Dimensions (w x h x d)
72
792008
225 – 400 MHz
< 1.8 dB
> 35
< 1.4
50 Ω
< 100 W
–10 ... +55 °C
N female
Brass case, nickel plated
Approx. 1.2 kg
180 mm x 32 mm x 90 mm (incl. connectors)
15 W
Decoupling unit
225 – 400 MHz
This decoupling unit can be used to increase the
isolation between transmitters, if the used antennas
are situated very close together.
The decoupling unit consists of a double circulator
and an absorber.
The impedance at the input of the decoupling unit
is constant and is independent of the antenna’s
VSWR. The signal received or reflected by the
antenna is fed to the absorber.
Output
2
Filters UHF
225 – 400 MHz
25 W
1
Input
Technical Data
Type No.
Frequency range
Insertion loss 1 Ö 2
Isolation
VSWR
Impedance
Input power
Return power
Temperature range
Connectors
Installation
Weight
Packing size
Dimensions (w x h x d)
792246
225 – 400 MHz
< 1.8 dB
> 35
< 1.4
50 Ω
< 100 W
< 25 W
–10 ... +55 °C
N female
With 2 screws (max. 4 mm diameter)
1.6 kg
241 mm x 202 mm x 115 mm
See figure
0
21
8
17
50
73
3-dB Coupler (90° Hybrid)
225 – 400 MHz
2
3
4
Typical attenuation 1 ↔ 2 and 1 ↔ 3
vs frequency
2.5
1↔2
3.0
1↔3
3.5
225
Frequency/MHz
Filters UHF
225 – 400 MHz
Custom versions:
On request couplers with a coupling
attenuation between 3 dB and 10 dB are
available.
1
Attenuation 1 ↔ 2 / dB
Design and function:
The 3-dB coupler has four ports, two of
which are decoupled from each other.
For example effective power entering into
port 1 is distributed into ports 2 and 3.
Port 4 is decoupled and without power
if ports 2 and 3 are ideally matched. In
practice an absorber of suitable power is to
be planned for according to the mismatch
of ports 2 and 3.
Attenuation 1 ↔ 3 / dB
The 3-dB coupler can be used:
–a
s decoupled power splitter with a ratio
of 1:1,
– for the decoupled combining of two
transmitters with arbitrarily low frequency
spacing (at 3-dB loss),
– for the decoupled combining of two
receivers with arbitrarily low frequency
spacing,
– for the decoupled combining of two
transmitter/receiver units, whose integrated duplexers are within the same
frequency range, as a frequency independent 90° phase shifter,
–a
s a component to form combiners.
Technical Data
Connectors
Frequency range
Attenuation 1 ↔ 2 / 1 ↔ 3
Attenuation 2 ↔ 3
Directivity
VSWR
Impedance
Max. power
Material
Colour
Installation
Weight
Dimensions (w x h x d)
K637011
N female
225 – 400 MHz
3 ±0.4 dB
See diagram
> 32 dB
< 1.06
50 Ω
400 W
Brass, silver-plated
Grey
With 2 screws (max. 6 mm diameter)
0.9 kg
312 mm x 40 mm x 95 mm
(incl. connectors)
Note: VSWR and attenuation are measured when the remaining ports are
­terminated with 50-Ω loads.
74
Attenuation 2 ↔ 3 / dB
Type No.
Attenuation 2 ↔ 3 vs VSWR at port 1
25
20
15
1.0
1.5
2.0
VSWR at port 1
(with 50-Ω load at port 4)
400
Receiver Multicoupler
225 – 400 MHz, 8 Outputs
The use of the receiver multicoupler 780231 is
­appropriate if several receivers are operated
­simultaneously at the same site. With this receiver
­multicoupler up to 8 receivers can be connected to one
common antenna.
This results in considerable savings for the antenna
system. The low noise figure and the excellent inter­
modulation properties guarantee a high dynamic range
and thereby improved receiving conditions. This is of
­particular significance in locations where transmitters are
also operated next to receivers.
Front view
The receiver multicoupler consists of:
– a low noise amplifier,
– a power splitter,
– a voltage supply.
The receiver multicoupler has an active redundancy due
to the two amplifier modules in parallel which are located
in the low noise amplifier. This means that the receiver
multicoupler still supplies all ­connected ­receivers even if
one of the amplifier m
­ odules fails. The signal levels in this
case decrease by approximately 6 dB.
Each amplifier module is designed for operation with its
own voltage supply of 230 V ~ or 11 … 48 V =.
Back view
Block diagram receiver multicoupler
decoupled
distributing
network
outputs
Filters UHF
225 – 400 MHz
active redundant
amplifier
Technical Data
Type No.
Number of inputs
Number of outputs
Frequency range
Gain
Noise figure
3rd order intercept point
Isolation
VSWR
Input
Output
Impedance
Power supply
780231
1
8
225 – 400 MHz
3.0 dB ±1.5 dB
4.0 dB +0.5 dB
> 23 dBm (typ. 25 dBm)
> 25 dB (typ. 30 dB) between any two outputs
< 1.4
< 1.4
50 Ω
230 V +10/–15%, 50 … 60 Hz and/or
+11 … +48 V = floating
Power consumption
< 9 W (230 V, 50 Hz)
< 20 W (11 … 48 V =)
Temperature range
–20 … +50 °C
Connectors
N female
Colour
Front panel: Grey
Attached hardware
Power cable and 4 pin DC-connector
Weight
3.9 kg
Packing size
Approx. 540 mm x 105 mm x 410 mm
Dimensions (w x h x d)
483 mm x 44 mm x 250 mm, 19˝ drawer
Note: Unused outputs have to be terminated using a 50-Ω load in order to
­comply with the specifications.
Receiver multicoupler
225
MHz
Receiver
Receiver
Receiver
Receiver
400
Receiver
8 receivers
Example receiver multicoupler
225 – 400 MHz
75
For your notes
76
Summary – Navigation (ILS, D.M.E.)
328 – 336 / 960 – 1215 MHz
Frequency
range
Type
Gain
Connector
Type No.
Height
[mm]
Page
Monitor Antennas
Monitor Antenna
328 – 336 MHz
140°
4 dB
N female
715630
300 mm
78, 79
Glide Path Antenna
328 – 335.5 MHz
45°
8.5 dB
N female
714747
500 mm
80, 81
Glide Path Antenna
328 – 335.5 MHz
25°
12 dB
N female
713316B
500 mm
82, 83
Glide Path Antennas
Omnidirectional Antennas
D.M.E. Omni
960 – 1215 MHz
360°
9 ±0.5 dBi
N female
715986
3030 mm
84, 85
D.M.E. Omni
960 – 1215 MHz
360°
9 ±0.5 dBi
N female
722394
2601 mm
84, 85
Directional Antenna
960 – 1215 MHz
66°
14 dBd
N female
716405
1305 mm
86, 87
Directional Antenna
960 – 1215 MHz
66°
14 dBd
N female
88010003
1305 mm
86, 87
Navigation
328–336 / 960–1215 MHz
Directional Antennas
77
Monitor-Antenna
328 – 336 MHz
715630
Half wave dipole in front of a reflector screen
in a fiberglass radome
715630
Type No.
Input
N female connector in a weather protective
rubber cap directly at the antenna
Rearside
328 – 336 MHz
< 1.3
4 dB (ref. to the half wave dipole)
50 Ω
Horizontal
60 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
4.3 kg
140 N (at 160 km/h)
200 km/h (incl. 1/2˝ radial ice)
300 / 480 / 135 mm
Connector position
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain
Impedance
Polarization
Max. power
Weight
Wind load
Max. wind velocity
Height/width/depth
Radiators: Heavy duty aluminum.
Reflector screen: High strength aluminum alloy
sheet. Radome: Impact-resistant fiberglass.
Hot-dip galvanized steel clamps.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Ice protection:
The rugged, impact-resistant fiberglass radome
keeps the electrical characteristics, even under
heaviest icing, nearly constant.
Mounting:
To pipes of 60 – 120 mm OD by means of hotdip galvanized steel clamp, supplied.
Grounding:
The antenna is DC grounded by a cross section
of 304 mm2 aluminum.
Scope of supply:
Antenna including mounting hardware.
Navigation
328–336 / 960–1215 MHz
Material:
Radiation Pattern (at mid-band)
140°
76°
10
0
in E-plane
78
3
dB
dB
3
10
0
in H-plane
Navigation
328–336 / 960–1215 MHz
Mounting Instruction
Monitor-Antenna
715630
79
Navigation
328–336 / 960–1215 MHz
Glide Path Antenna
328 – 335.5 MHz
714747
80
Mounting Instruction
Glide Path Antenna
714747
910
mm
11
32
4
Mo
nito
ring
45
190
ten
40
na
Dimensions in mm
Navigation
328–336 / 960–1215 MHz
An
Brackets
Type No.
Suitable for pipes of
mm ∅
Weight
kg
K61325
60 – 115
5.5
81
Glide Path Antenna
328 – 335.5 MHz
713316B
RF monitor system integrated
Type No.
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain
Impedance
Polarization
Half-power beam width
Max. power input (CW)
Max. current (DC)
Weight
Max. exp. area
Lateral thrust
Max. wind velocity
Width/height/depth
Packing size
713316B
Type N female connector
328 – 335.5 MHz
< 1.1
12 dBd
50 Ω
Horizontal
H-plane: 80°/ E-plane: 25°
60 W (at 50 °C ambient temperature)
1 A (between inner and outer conductor)
19 kg
1.0 m2
1450 N at 160 km/h
200 km/h (incl. 1/2˝ radial ice)
2000 / 500 / 190 mm
2100 x 510 x 260 mm
Dipole system: Cast aluminum.
Reflector: Weatherproof aluminum.
Radome: Fiberglass (white).
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Scope of supply:
Antenna with two weather protective rubber
caps for the connectors, but without mounting
hardware.
Mounting hardware:
Type No.
Mast diameter
K61324 60 – 115 mm
K613241
115 – 200 mm
Lightning protection:
The antenna is DC grounded including the inner
conductors.
Navigation
328–336 / 960–1215 MHz
Material:
Radiation Pattern (at mid-band)
80°
RF monitor system
10
10
3
0
Horizontal Pattern
82
3
dB
Type N female connector
328 – 335.5 MHz
< 1.3
31 ±1 dB
dB
Input
Frequency range
VSWR
Coupling attenuation
25°
0
Vertical Pattern
Mounting Instruction
Glide Path Antenna
713316B
185
0m
m
11
Mo
32
4
nito
ring
An
ten
45
na
190
40
Navigation
328–336 / 960–1215 MHz
Dimensions in mm
Bracket K61324 to pipes of 60 – 115 mm OD
resp. K613241 to pipes of 115 – 245 mm OD
83
D.M.E. Omnidirectional Gain Antenna
960 – 1215 MHz
715986, 722394
The antenna consists of a number of identical, decoupled half-wave dipoles,
phase-feeding cables and transformer.
Each dipole is mounted onto a central supporting brass tube. The horizontal
pattern is obtained by the circular characteristic of the single dipole, the vertical pattern varying phase and distance of the single dipoles.
All metal parts are DC grounded and, therefore, widely immune to damage
from lightning. The top of the antenna is fitted with a LED obstruction light
(type no. 715986).
Two antenna monitor probes are located inside the fiberglass tube. All feedlines
and monitor cables descend inside the supporting brass tube.
715986
Type No.
Obstruction light
Frequency range
Bandwidth
VSWR
Gain
Impedance
Horizontal pattern
Vertical pattern uptilt
Coupling attenuation
R. F. peak power
Polarization
Temperature range
722394
Yes
No
960 – 1215 MHz
255 MHz
< 1.8 (antenna input)
9 ±0.5 dBi
50 Ω
Omnidirectional: Devitation from omni
better ±1.5 dB
3 ±0.5°
25 ±3 dB (antenna/monitor probes)
10 kW, modulated as per ICAO recommendation
Vertical
–40 to +60 °C ambient
Dipoles, decoupling elements, supporting tube
and transformer: High quality brass.
Base: Weather-resistant aluminum.
Radome: Fiberglass, colour: Grey.
All screws and nuts: Stainless
steel.
Mounting:
To pipes of 60 – 62 mm OD by means of mount­
ing clamps, supplied.
Grounding:
The antenna is DC grounded by a cross section
of 98 mm2 brass.
Please note:
The antenna 715986 is fitted with a double
LED obstruction light. The obstruction light is
preconfigured as follows: operation with 1 LED
and activated failure detection. In case of a malfunction of the main LED, the second LED will be
activated automatically.
Navigation
328–336 / 960–1215 MHz
Material:
The installation team must be properly qualified
and also be familiar with the relevant national
safety regulations! Non observance of following
standards may damage or destroy the devices
and severe injuries may occur!
Observance of standards: DIN VDE 0100
DIN VDE 0185
DIN VDE 0855
Radiation Pattern (at mid-band)
Mechanical
specifications
Input
Connector position
Wind load
Max. wind velocity
10
0
84
3
0
dB
dB
3
10
Weight
Radome diameter
Length
Packing size [mm]
715986
722394
N female
N female
Bottom
Bottom
370 N
290 N
(at 150 km/h with 12 mm radial ice)
200 km/h
241 km/h
(incl. 12 mm radial ice)
23 kg
20 kg
86 mm
86 mm
3024 mm
2657 mm
3180 x 280 x 300 2780 x 280 x 300
Navigation
328–336 / 960–1215 MHz
956
Electr. center
3024
1945
∅86
LED
obstruction
light
60
656
MS 310 2 R-12s-3p
L1
5/8" 24G NEF
DL
80
N
M2
30
M1
A
62
∅
140
Mounting Instruction
D.M.E. Omnidirectional Gain Antenna
715986, 722394
M 12
Bottom view
85
Directional Antennas
Vertical Polarization
960 –1215
V
The directional antennas 716405 and 88010003 have been specially designed
for DME ground beacons and particularly for DMS-ILS colocation.
The antenna provides a pattern with a cosecant-squared shaping. The antenna
is equipped with two monitoring probes inside.
716405
Type No.
Inputs (antenna and
­monitoring probes)
Connector positions
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain (ref. λ/2 dipole)
Impedance
Coupling attenuation
Beam tilt
R. F. peak power
Polarization
Temperature range
Weight
Wind load
Material:
Radiators: Brass. Reflector screen: High strength
aluminum alloy sheet. Cover: Fiberglass.
Clamps: Hot-dip galvanized steel.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel
Mounting:
To pipes of 40 – 95 mm OD by means of­
­mounting clamps, supplied. Clamps for thicker
masts see second page.
Grounding:
The antenna is DC grounded via mounting
clamps. The inner conductors are also DC
grounded.
Scope of supply:
Antenna including clamps and three weather
­protective rubber caps for the connectors.
Radiation Patterns (at mid-band)
66°
13°
10
0
Horizontal Pattern
86
3
dB
3
10
dB
Navigation
328–336 / 960–1215 MHz
Max. wind velocity
Packing size
Height/width/depth
88010003
N female connector
(protected by a rubber cap)
Rearside
960 – 1215 MHz
< 1.6 (antenna input)
14 dBd
50 Ω
25 ±3 dB
20 ±3 dB
(antenna/monitoring probes)
+ 4° ±0.5°
10 kW; duty cycle 2%
Vertical
–40 °C to +60 °C ambient
12 kg
Frontal: 675 N (at 160 km/h)
Lateral: 350 N (at 160 km/h)
Rearside: 650 N (at 160 km/h)
200 km/h (incl. 1/2ʺ radial ice)
1420 x 360 x 250 mm
1305 / 255 / 150 mm
0
Vertical Pattern
Mounting Instructions
Torque:
M8 – 20 Nm
M10 – 25 Nm
M1
M1, M2 = connectors
monitoring system
A
= connector RF input
A
Navigation
328–336 / 960–1215 MHz
M2
Accessories
Description
Remarks
Weight
approx.
Units per antenna
738546
1 clamp
Mast: 42 – 115 mm diameter
1.1 kg
731651
85010002
85010003
85010060
1 clamp
1 clamp
1 clamp
1 offset
Mast: 28 – 60 mm diameter
Mast: 110 – 220 mm diameter
Mast: 210 – 380 mm diameter
in combination with the clamps
0.8 kg
2.7 kg
4.8 kg
1.3 kg
2 (included in the scope
of supply)
2 (order separately if required)
2 (order separately if required)
2 (order separately if required)
2 (order separately if required)
Type No.
For other special items consult our catalogue.
87
For your notes
88
Collision
1087 – 1093 MHz
Summary – Automatic Dependent
Surveillance - Broadcast (ADS-B)
1087 – 1093 MHz
89
VPol Omnidirectional Antenna
Vertical Polarization
1087–1093
V
The antenna consists of a number of identical, decoupled half-wave dipoles,
phase-feeding cables and transformer.
Each dipole is mounted onto a central supporting brass tube. The horizontal
pattern is obtained by the circular characteristic of the single dipole, the vertical pattern varying phase and distance of the single dipoles.
All metal parts are DC grounded and, therefore, widely immune to damage
from lightning.
Two antenna monitor probes are located inside the fiberglass tube. All feedlines
and monitor cables descend inside the supporting brass tube.
VPol Omni 1087–1093 360° 11.5dBi
88010002
Type No.
Frequency range
VSWR
Gain
Impedance
Horizontal pattern
Vertical pattern uptilt
Coupling attenuation
R. F. peak power
Polarization
Temperature range
1087 – 1093 MHz
< 1.8 (antenna input)
11.5 ±0.5 dBi
50 Ω
Omnidirectional: Devitation from omni
better ±1.5 dB
2 ±0.5°
25 ±3 dB (antenna/monitor probes)
1 kW, modulated as per ICAO recommendation
Vertical
–55 to +70 °C ambient
Dipoles, decoupling elements, supporting tube
and transformer: High quality brass.
Base: Weather-resistant aluminum.
Radome: Fiberglass, colour: Grey.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
To pipes of 60 – 62 mm OD by means of mount­
ing clamps, supplied.
Grounding:
The antenna is DC grounded by a cross section
of 98 mm2 brass.
Collision
1087 – 1093 MHz
Material:
Radiation Pattern (at mid-band)
Mechanical specifications
Input
Connector position
Wind load
0
90
dB
3
3
0
dB
10
10
Max. wind velocity
Weight
Radome diameter
Height
Packing size
N female
Bottom
380 N
(at 150 km/h with 12 mm radial ice)
200 km/h
26 kg
86 mm
3480 mm
3580 x 280 x 300 mm
Mounting Instruction
VPol Omnidirectional Antenna
88010002
60
M1
ø6
A
2
M2
3480
656
80
5/8" 24G NEF
30
140
Collision
1087 – 1093 MHz
1366
Electr. center
2764
ø 86
M 12
91
For your notes
92
Summary – Electrical Accessories
Frequency range
Connector
female
Type No.
Max. power
[Watt]
Page
2-way Splitter
100 – 156 MHz
N
K625531
630
94, 95
3-way Splitter
100 – 156 MHz
7-16
K62563
420
94, 95
3-way Splitter
100 – 156 MHz
N
K625631
420
94, 95
4-way Splitter
100 – 156 MHz
7-16
K62573
430
94, 95
4-way Splitter
100 – 156 MHz
N
K625731
430
94, 95
2-way Splitter
225 – 400 MHz
7-16
K63551
550
94, 95
2-way Splitter
225 – 400 MHz
N
K635511
750
94, 95
Type
Max. power
[Watt]
Frequency range
Connector
Type No.
Page
50-Ω Load
0.5
0 – 2500 MHz
N male
K6226611
96
50-Ω Load
1.5
0 – 4000 MHz
N male
78410367
96
50-Ω Load
1.5
0 – 4000 MHz
7-16 female
78410470
96
50-Ω Load
2
0 – 2500 MHz
N male
K6226111
96
50-Ω Load
10
0 – 2500 MHz
N female
K6226401
97
50-Ω Load
10
0 – 2500 MHz
N male
K6226411
97
50-Ω Load
25
0 – 2500 MHz
N female
K6226201
97
50-Ω Load
25
0 – 2500 MHz
N male
K6226211
97
50-Ω Load
25
0 – 2500 MHz
7-16 female
K6226207
97
50-Ω Load
25
0 – 2500 MHz
7-16 male
K6226217
97
50-Ω Load
50
0 – 2500 MHz
N female
K6226301
97
50-Ω Load
50
0 – 2500 MHz
N male
K6226311
97
50-Ω Load
50
0 – 2500 MHz
7-16 female
K6226307
97
50-Ω Load
50
0 – 2500 MHz
7-16 male
K6226317
97
50-Ω Load
100
0 – 1000 MHz
N female
K6226501
97
50-Ω Load
100
0 – 1000 MHz
N male
K6226511
97
50-Ω Load
100
0 – 1000 MHz
7-16 female
K6226507
97
Type
Electrical
Accessories
Power Splitter
93
Power Splitter
100 – 156 MHz / 225 – 400 MHz
K625..., K635...
Power Splitters for low-loss connection of several antennas:
2
3
4
225 – 400
2
*) at 50 °C ambient temperature
110 – 156
Length L
approx.
mm
Max.
power *)
Watt
660
720
760
870
630
420
430
750
Type No. for female connection
(equipment and antenna side)
7-16
N
–
K62563
K62573
K63551
K625531
K625631
K625731
K635511
Impedance:
50 Ω
Input and output:
N female or 7-16 female connector.
VSWR:
< 1.15
Insertion loss:
< 0.05 dB (of the transformation line)
Material:
Protective case on the antenna side: Cast aluminum.
Weather protection on the equipment side: UV-resistant
elastomere.
Transformation tube: Aluminum and brass.
All parts are protected with paint.
All screws and nuts: Stainless steel.
Mounting:
On tubular masts of 60 – 320 mm by means of stainless
steel tightening band 1020 x 20 x 1 mm, supplied.
Transformers with a total length of more than 700 mm are
delivered with a supporting clamp.
L
For
connecting
... antennas
160 mm
210 mm
Frequency
range
MHz
0
16
Example of 4-way antenna transformer
Ant.1 Ant.2
K
Ant.3 Ant.4
K
K
K
Electrical
Accessories
K: 50 Ω-cables
of the same
electrical length
Equipment
94
1
2
3
4
Electrical
Accessories
Mounting Instruction
Power Splitter
K625..., K635...
95
Load
50 Ω
50-Ω loads are suited as absorbers for small and medium
power.
They are used:
–a
s termination for transmitters or amplifiers used for testing,
measuring or tuning,
s termination for circulators, directional couplers, hybrid ring
–a
junctions and decoupled power splitters.
Special features of the loads are:
– v ery low VSWR within a wide frequency range,
–h
igh stability and RF shielding due to the closed aluminum
construction,
– arbitrary installation position because of convectional cooling,
0 W and 100 W models can be installed on front or rear
–5
panels of electrical equipment for heat dissipation.
0.5 Watt *)
Type No.
Connector
Frequency range
VSWR
0 – 1000 MHz
1000 – 2000 MHz
2000 – 2500 MHz
Application
Weight
Packing size
Dimensions
K6226611
N male
0 – 2500 MHz
< 1.08
< 1.15
< 1.20
Indoor
40 g
90 mm x 60 mm x 25 mm
33 mm / 21 mm diameter
K6226611
1.5 Watt *)
Type No.
78410367
78410470
Connector
7-16 male
7-16 female
Frequency range
0 – 4000 MHz
VSWR
0 – 2000 MHz
< 1.10
2000 – 4000 MHz
< 1.30
IP rating
IP65
Application
Outdoor
120 g
Weight
Packing size
Approx. 50 mm x 90 mm x 100 mm
Dimensions
40 mm / 32 mm dia42 mm / 29 mm diameter
meter
78410367
2 Watt *)
Electrical
Accessories
Type No.
Connector
Frequency range
VSWR
0 – 1000 MHz
1000 – 2000 MHz
2000 – 2500 MHz
Application
Weight
Packing size
Dimensions
96
K6226111
N male
0 – 2500 MHz
< 1.08
< 1.15
< 1.20
Indoor
40 g
90 mm x 60 mm x 25 mm
30 mm / 21 mm diameter
K6226111
Load
50 Ω
10 Watt *)
Type No.
K6226401
K6226411
Connector
Frequency range
VSWR
0 – 1000 MHz
1000 – 2000 MHz
2000 – 2200 MHz
2200 – 2500 MHz
Application
Weight
Packing size
Dimensions in mm (w x h x d)
N female
N male
0 – 2500 MHz
< 1.08
< 1.15
< 1.20
< 1.25
Indoor
Approx. 250 g
50 mm x 90 mm x 100 mm
40 x 82 x 77
40 x 82 x 85
(incl. connector)
(incl. connector)
K6226401
25 Watt *)
Type No.
Connector
Frequency range
VSWR
0 – 1000 MHz
1000 – 2000 MHz
2200 – 2500 MHz
Application
Weight
Packing size
Dimensions in mm (w x h x d)
K6226201
N female
K6226211
K6226207
K6226217
35 x 94 x 113
(incl. connector)
N male
7-16 female
0 – 2500 MHz
< 1.08
< 1.15
< 1.20
Indoor
Approx. 500 g
50 mm x 100 mm x 135 mm
35 x 94 x 121
35 x 94 x 125
(incl. connector)
(incl. connector)
7-16 male
35 x 94 x 124
(incl. connector)
K6226301
K6226311
K6226317
K6226201
50 Watt *)
Type No.
Connector
N female
Frequency range
VSWR
0 – 1000 MHz
1000 – 2000 MHz
2200 – 2500 MHz
Application
Weight
Packing size
Dimensions in mm (w x h x d) 67 x 90 x 130
(incl. connector)
K6226307
N male
7-16 female
0 – 2500 MHz
< 1.08
< 1.15
< 1.20
Indoor
Approx. 800 g
80 mm x 95 mm x 145 mm
67 x 90 x 138
67 x 90 x 134
(incl. connector)
(incl. connector)
7-16 male
67 x 90 x 133
(incl. connector)
K6226301
100 Watt *)
K6226501
K6226511
K6226507
Connector
N female
N male
7-16 female
Frequency range
0 – 1000 MHz
VSWR 0 – 1000 MHz
< 1.08
Application
Indoor
Weight
Approx. 2.4 kg
Packing size
130 mm x 195 mm x 180 mm
Dimensions in mm (w x h
114 x 153 x 156
114 x 161 x 156
114 x 170 x 156
x d)
(including connector)
(including connector)
(including connector)
*) R
ated power at 40 °C ambient temperature. The max. power rating increases or decreases with falling or
rising ambient temperature.
Electrical
Accessories
Type No.
K6226501
97
For your notes
98
Summary – Mechanical Accessories
Type
Type No.
Distance to mast
Mast diameter
Page
Bracket
K61333
500 mm
55 – 105 mm
100
Bracket
716192
500 mm
105 – 265 mm
100
Bracket
K61334
1000 mm
55 – 105 mm
100
Bracket
713645
1000 mm
105 – 265 mm
100
Bracket
K613311
125 – 680 mm
55 – 105 mm
100
Bracket
K613321
125 – 680 mm
55 – 105 mm
100
Bracket
737398
100 – 240 mm
40 – 105 mm
100
99
Mechanical
Accessories
Side mounting brackets for Omnidirectional Antennas
Accessories
Stand-off Brackets
When mounted to the tip of a mast, the antennas described in this catalogue radiate horizontally in
a circular fashion. However, they can also be mounted laterally to a mast by using an extension
bracket. Depending on the spacing and the mast diameter, various types of radiation patterns can be
achieved.
515 mm
Bracket with fixed spacing
K61333
Weight
Distance A:
Suitable for antennas with a
maximum wind load of
Suitable for antennas with
2 kg
7 kg
500 mm
215 N (at 150 km/h)
Attachment
Material
Wind load
716192
K61334
eter
pipe diam m
m
.6
2
44.5 x
713645
3
K 61 33
3.2 kg
8.5 kg
1000 mm
85 N (at 150 km/h)
1015 mm
mounting kit to pipe masts of 20 – 54 mm
diameter.
By means of mounting kit (supplied) to pipes of
diameter:
55 mm – 105 mm – 55 mm – 105 mm –
105 mm
265 mm
105 mm
265 mm
Hot-dip galvanized steel.
36 N (at 150 km/h)
60 N (at 150 km/h)
95
Type No.
eter
pipe diam m
m
.6
2
x
.5
44
4
K 61 33
A: 125 … 680 mm
D: 450 mm
Bracket with adjustable spacing A
Implementation
Stand-off
fig. A
Type No.
K613311
K613321
737398
6.6 kg
13.7 kg
6 kg
Weight
Distance A:
min.
max.
Suitable for
Attachment
Material
Wind load
125 to
680 mm
Pipe
48.3 x 2.6 mm
(100 mm length)
free length
65 mm
Mechanical
Accessories
40 x 40 mm
740 mm
100
D
125 mm
100 mm
680 mm
240 mm
antennas with mounting kit to pipe masts of
20 – 54 mm
30 – 90 mm
50 – 94 mm
diameter
diameter
diameter
By means of mounting kit (supplied) to pipes of
55 – 105 mm
40 – 105 mm
diameter
diameter
Hot-dip galvanized steel
45 N
100 N
65 N
(at 150 km/h)
(at 150 km/h)
(at 150 km/h)
2
1
40 x 40 mm
Pipe
76.1 x 2.6 mm
free length
180 mm
40 x 40 mm
fig. A
Double Bracket
245 mm
740 mm
125 to
680 mm
A
Double stand off
fig. B
fig. C
fig. B
100 to
240 mm
2
1
L 30 x 4
Pipe
70 x 4 mm
free length
250 mm
L 30 x 4
fig. C
101
Mechanical
Accessories
For your notes
For your notes
102
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. Wind loads are ­calculated according to D
­ IN 1055-4.
The antennas may be used at locations where the anticipated peak wind velocity or gust wind
speed lies within the m
­ aximum wind speed listed in the datasheet. We warrant the mechanical s­ afety and electrical functionality under such conditions. The wind speeds are defined in
­accordance with the DIN, EN or TIA standards. This warranty makes ­allowance for the partial
safety factors specified in those standards.
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 details given in our data sheets have to be ­followed carefully when i­nstalling
the antennas and accessories.
­­
Site planning and installation must be carried out by qualified
and ­experienced staff. All relevant national s­ afety regulations must be upheld and respected.
­Incorrect site planning, faulty installation, as well as ­interfering s­ urroundings on site, may lead
to deviations in the ­electrical parameters compared to those ­specified in the ­respective data
sheets.
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An actual list of Kathrein’s International Representatives can be found on our homepage:
www.kathrein.com
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please contact: [email protected]
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