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MT-442201/V PRELIMINARY
5.5- 18 GHz, 5dBi PHASED ARRAY ANTENNA
ELECTRICAL
ANTENNA TYPE Linear Vivaldi phased array of 16 elements covering 90°AZ and 40° EL
FREQUENCY RANGE 5.5 -18 GHz
GAIN* See Table Below
PEAK GAIN See Table Below
GAIN TRACKING BETWEEN ELEMENTS 2 dB (max)
VSWR 2.5:1 (typ) ( In array), 3.5:1 (max)**
POLARIZATION Vertical
F/B RATIO 10 dB (max)
POWER 20W (max) at each connector input.
INPUT IMPEDANCE 50 (ohm)
LIGHTNING PROTECTION None
PHASE TRACKING BETWEEN ANY TWO ANTENNAS 15 ° (max)
MECHANICAL
DIMENSIONS (LxWxD) 268 x 65 x 63 (preliminary dimensions)
SPACING BETWEEN ELEMENTS IN ARRAY 13.5 mm
CONNECTOR 18 x BMA Female (snap-on connector)
16 active elements, 2 parasitic elements
WEIGHT 1.7 kg (max)
RADOME MATERIAL A sandwich Fiberglass-foam radome
BASE PLATE MATERIAL Aluminum with chemical conversion coating
OUTLINE DRAWING RD42702800M
ENVIRONMENTAL
TEST STANDARD DURATION TEMPERTURE NOTES
LOW TEMPERATURE MIL-STD-810E METHOD 501.3 PROC. I & II 24 h -54°C
HIGH TEMPERATURE MIL-STD-810E METHOD 501.3 PROC. I & II 96 h +100°C
TEMPERATURE / ALTITUDE MIL-STD-810C METHOD 504.2 PROC. I 33H

- 57  to   - 100 ° C

40,000 ft

 

TEMPERATURE

SHOCKING

MIL-STD-810E METHOD 503.3 2 h -45°C +100°C  3 Cycles
VIBRATION MIL-STD-810D METHOD 514.5 3*1 hours per axis

grms=23G

Fig 514.5C-8

 
SHOCK MIL-STD-810D METHOD 516.4 PROC I

11

msec /axis

3 x 18 g/axis
HUMIDITY

MIL- STD-810E METHOD 507.3 PROC. I

98% RH at 45ºC

240 h

98%

10 Cycles

of 24 hours  
ACCELERATION

MIL-STD-810E METHOD 513.4 PROC. I

 

  13G

 

SALT SPRAY MIL-STD-810E METHOD 509.3 PROC. I 48 h 5% NaCl  
SIDE PRESSURE     2.3 Atm  
SAND MIL-STD-810E METHOD 510.3 PROC. II      
DUST MIL-STD-810E METHOD 510.3 PROC. I      
SOLAR RADIATION  

MIL-STD-810E

Method 505.3 Proc.I  

   
RAIN   30 mm  

10 cm/hr

18 m/sec  

Each side  
FUNGUS

MIL-STD-810E

Method 508.4  

     

 

  

Gain@ Azimuth Coverage

(including mutual coupling between elements)

 of one element.

Freqeuncy

5.5 GHz

7 GHz

10 GHz

15 GHz

18 GHz

Min.Gain

within  +/-45° AZ

1.0 dBi

1.5 dBi

5.0 dBi

4.0 dBi

3.0 dBi

Beam Width

150° min @ -1dBi Gain

130° min @ 0 dBi Gain

100° min @ 2 dBi Gain

 90° min  @ 4 dBi Gain

 70° min  @ 4 dBi Gain

Gain @ Elevation Coverage

(including mutual coupling between elements)

of one element.

Freqeuncy

5.5 GHz

7 GHz

10 GHz

15 GHz

18 GHz

Min. Gain

within +/-20° EL

1.0 dBi

1.0 dBi

3.5 dBi

2.0 dBi

4.0 dBi

Typ. 3 dB Beamwidth

70° min

60° min

45° min

35° min

30° min  

Peak Gain

(for any active element in array)

Freqeuncy

5.5 GHz

7 GHz

10 GHz

15 GHz

18 GHz

Min. Gain

2.0 dBi

3.0 dBi

5.0 dBi

7.0 dBi

7.0 dBi


 

Azimuth Radiation Pattern Midband

 Freq. 10 GHz

Elevation Radiation Pattern Midband

Freq. 10 GHz

 
 

  

 

WAIVER!

While the information contained in this document has been carefully compiled to the best of our present knowledge, it is not intended as presentation or warranty of any kind on our part regarding the fitness of the products concerned for any particular use or purpose and neither shall any statement contained herein be construed as a recommendation to infringe any industrial property rights or as a license to use any such rights. The fitness of each product for any particular purpose must be checked beforehand with our specialists.

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