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MT-141028/SV
20-1200 MHz DF DIPOLE ANTENNA
ELECTRICAL
FREQUENCY RANGE 20 –1200 MHz
GAIN* See Table Below
VSWR & R.L. (Returm loss) 3:1 (typ), R.L. > 6.02 dB
3.8:1 (max) @ 20-100 MHz {<10% of BW}; R.L.>4.7 d.B
POLARIZATION Vertical
3dB ELEVATION BEAMWIDTH + 20º (min) cosine (approximately)
3dB AZIMUTH BEAMWIDTH Omni Directional
POWER 1W C.W (max)
INPUT IMPEDANCE 50 (ohm)
LIGHTNING PROTECTION DC Grounded
PHASE TRACKING {at bore sight & at +20º elevation (relative to a golden antenna kept at MTI) +3º (typ); +4º (max) @20-200 MHz
+5º (typ) +8º (max) @200-500 MHz
+7º (typ) +12º
MECHANICAL
DIMENSIONS (LxWxD) 650X210X25mm (+1)
ANTENNA HEIGHT 73 mm (include mounting panel)
CONNECTOR SMA Female acc to MIL-C-39012
WEIGHT 1.3 (min) ÷ 1.45(max) Kg
COLOR Polyurethane per MIL-C-83286 GREY 36320 PER FED-STD-595
MTBF 50,000 hr @ 55º C
OUTLINE DRAWING RD42177200C
ENVIRONMENTAL
HUMIDITY 0 to 100%
ENVIRONMENTAL
TEST STANDARD DURATION TEMPERTURE NOTES
LOW TEMPERATURE MIL-STD-810 METHOD 501.3 PROC. I & II 24 h -54°C
HIGH TEMPERATURE MIL-STD-810 METHOD 501.3 PROC. I & II 96 h +71°C
TEMPERATURE / ALTITUDE MIL-STD-810C METHOD 504.1 PROC. I 33H

-54 to + 55 ° C 30,000 ft

 
TEMP CYCLING    -45°C +70°C  3 Cycles
VIBRATION MIL-STD-810E METHOD 514.4 Fig 514.4-7 (a) L1= 0.3 G²/Hz 3*0.5 hour per axis for Heron and Shercher

 

 
SHOCK MECHANICAL MIL-STD-810F METHOD 507.4 11+_ milliseconds 3 impacts for 6 axis 15g each
HUMIDITY MIL= SRD-810D METHOD 507.2 PROC. I for hot-humid (cycle 1) 100% 
SALT SPRAY MIL-STD-810E METHOD 510.3 PROC. I 48 h 5% NaCl  
SIDE PRESSURE     55 KNOTS 
SAND  MIL-STD-810E METHOD 510.3 PROC. II       
DUST  MIL-STD-810E METHOD 510.3 PROC. I        
WIND SPEED        55 KNOTS  
ACCELERATION  MIL-STD-810 METHOD 513.5     5 gr in every direction 
RAIN  MIL-STD-810F METHOD 506.4 PROC. I        

 

GAIN vs. FREQUENCY

(Test Freq. may be offset by up to + 5 MHz)

F(Mhz)

G(dBi)

20

-40

30

-33

40

-28.5

60

-22

80

-18
108 -7
136 -5
174 -2
225  -2
400  1
500  1
500-1200  >0

 

Azimuth Radiation Pattern Midband

 Freq. 0.108 GHz

Elevation Radiation Pattern Midband

Freq. 0.108 GHz

 
 

  

 

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