Data sheet, half-wave-spaced

Data sheet, half-wave-spaced
Shively Labs
®
Model 6513 Vertically-Polarized FM Antenna
Half-Wave-Spaced
Vertical polarization
3 kW power rating per bay
Radomes & deicers not required
Shively standard features:
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Low weight and windload
Adjustable transformer standard equipment
Rugged corrosion-resistant mounts
Easy to install - minimum maintenance
Pressure relief valve for easy purging
Pattern studies and directional patterns available
Performance specifications:
Polarization:
Vertical only.
VSWR:
1.04 : 1 ± 100 kHz
1.06 : 1 ± 100 kHz.
Input Connection:
Female 1-5/8" EIA.
Feedline:
1-5/8" rigid.
Electrical specifications:
No. of
Bays
Gain
Power
Rating
Power
dB
kW
2
1.40
1.46
6
3
2.02
4.05
4
2.62
5
3.24
No. of
Bays
Gain
Power
Rating
Power
dB
kW
6
3.84
5.83
12
9
7
4.94
6.47
12
4.17
10
8
5.06
7.03
12
5.08
12
Notes:
1. Our gain figures are derived from the computed directivity and include the losses in the antenna feed system.
Gain is provided for vertical polarization only. Gain will be reduced if null fill, beam tilt, or special wavelength spacing is provided. Gain will increase in a directional array by the directivity of the azimuth pattern.
Pub. No. ds-6513-hw (150317)
A Division of Howell Laboratories, Inc., P. O. Box 389, Bridgton, Maine 04009 USA
(207) 647-3327
1-888-SHIVELY
Fax: (207)647-8273
An Employee-Owned Company
www.shively.com
sales@shively.com
Certified to ISO-9001
Model 6513 size and weight (half-wave-spaced):
Vertical Tower Space
No. of
Bays
Antenna Radiation
Aperture
Physical Space
Used
Weight
Total Tower Space
Recommended
Without ice
With 1/2” (1.2 cm)
radial ice
ft
m
ft
m
ft
m
lb
N
lb
N
2
5
1.6
14
4.6
25
8.2
98
437
300
1338
3
10
3.3
19
6.2
30
9.8
156
696
453
2020
4
15
4.9
24
7.9
35
11.5
214
954
606
2703
5
20
6.6
29
9.5
40
13.1
272
1213
759
3385
6
25
8.2
34
11.2
45
14.8
330
1472
912
4068
7
30
9.8
39
12.8
50
16.4
389
1735
1065
4750
8
35
11.5
38
12.5
55
18.0
441
1967
1200
5352
Windload (half-wave-spaced):
Revision ‘C’
No. of
Bays
Without ice
Revision ‘F’
With 1/2” (1.2 cm)
radial ice
Without ice
With 1/2” (1.2 cm)
radial ice
lb
N
lb
N
(ft2)
m2
(ft2)
m2
2
206
919
317
1414
6.8
0.63
9.6
0.89
3
318
1418
490
2185
10.5
0.98
15.1
1.40
4
430
1918
664
2961
14.2
1.32
20.6
1.91
5
543
2422
838
3737
17.9
1.66
25.9
2.41
6
655
2921
1011
4509
21.6
2.01
31.4
2.92
7
767
3421
1184
5281
25.3
2.35
36.7
3.41
8
869
3876
1343
5990
29.0
2.69
41.6
3.86
Notes:
2. The mounting structure must not flex more than ± 1/2 in (± 1.2 cm) in any ten-ft (3-meter) section. Five feet (1.5 m) of
mounting structure is required above and below the antenna bays for proper pattern formation.
3. Antenna radiation aperture is the distance from the center of the top bay to the center of the bottom bay. Physical
space used is from the top of the top bay to the input flange at the bottom of the array, or the bottom of the bottom
bay in a center-fed array. Total tower space recommended allows ten feet (3 m) of clear tower space above and
below the antenna to protect from pattern interference by other antennas. At frequencies lower than 98 MHz, each of
these dimensions will increase by up to 1 ft (0.3 m) per bay.
4. Seven bays or less are normally end-fed. All antennas supplied with beam tilt will be center-fed. Antennas with an
odd number of bays are normally not available with center feed.
5. Windload and weight tabulations are estimates and assume 98 MHz. They include the bay, interbay feedline, input
connection, and a fine-matching transformer. No values have been included in these tabulations for mounts. Actual values vary with the specific installation. Contact us with details of your installation if more precise values are
needed.
6. Antenna windloads are calculated for 112 mph (180 kph), using 50 psf (2400 N/m2) for flats and 33 psf (1600 N/m2)
for rounds] per EIA standard RS-222-C and CSA standard S37-94. The surface area is calculated per EIA standard RS222-F (CaAc).
7. Ask for technical assistance at Shively if you are planning to mount antennas on AM towers or install them at alti-
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