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MT-951004
30-1200MHz DF BLADE ANTENNA
ELECTRICAL
FREQUENCY RANGE 30-1200 MHz
PEAK GAIN See Table Below
VSWR 2.6:1 (max) for 100 to 1200 MHz (80% of the band)
3.5:1 (max) for 100 to 1200 MHz (20% of the band)
3:1 (max) for 30 to 100MHz
POLARIZATION Vertical
AZIMUTH RIPPLE +/2 dB (30 to 500 (MHz)
+/-2.5dB (500 to 1200(MHz)
AZIMUTH PATTERN OMNI Directional
POWER 10W CW, 1KW peak
INPUT IMPEDANCE 50 (ohm)
LIGHTNING PROTECTION DC Grounded
PHASE TRACKING BETWEEN ANY TWO ANTENNAS ± 3° for 30 to 150 MHz
±4° for 150 to 500 MHz
MONOTONIC PHASE TRACKING There will be no fast ripple change.<BR>There will be less then 12 sine waves over 20-1200MHz
PHASE MATCHING BETWEEN PROBES All similar antennas will have a phase coupling identity of +/- 3 °
MONITOR PROBE (BIT) An additional TNC connector located at the antenna base is coupled to the main input with coupling o
AMPLITUDE MATCHING BETWEEN PROBES All similar antennas will have a similar coupling figures +/- 1.5dB at specific frequency
BIT CALIBRATION A calibration table coupling V frequency will be provided.
MECHANICAL
DIMENSIONS (LxWxD) 327 x 317.5 x 118.4 mm (max)
CONNECTOR TNC-Type female
WEIGHT 4.63 lb (max)
RADOME MATERIAL Fiberglass
COLOR Polyurethane Per MIL-C - 85285 GRAY 36495 Per FED-STD-595
BASE PLATE MATERIAL Aluminum with chemical conversion coating
OUTLINE DRAWING RD41150600M
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 +85°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 +85°C  3 Cycles
VIBRATION MIL-STD-810D METHOD 514.5 CAT 4 3*1 hours per axis

Li=0.6 g²/Hz

F1-68 Hz

 
SHOCK MIL-STD-810D METHOD 516.4 PROC I

11

msec /axis

3 x 20 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     6 PSi  
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  

   

7 Cycles

of 24 hours
RAIN   30 mm  

10 cm/hr

18 m/sec  

Each side  
FUNGUS

MIL-STD-810E

Method 508.4  

     

 

  PEAK GAIN

 

Freqeuncy

dBi

30  -28 
34  -27
60  -21 
88  -14 
108  -10
136 -3
174  0
 225  1
 400-1200  > 0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Azimuth Radiation Pattern Midband

 Freq. 0.5 GHz

Elevation Radiation Pattern Midband

Freq. 0.5 GHz

 
 

  

 

WAIVER!

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