P900AU-0.9m ka/ku Dual Frequency Land Mobile VSAT Antenna

P900AU-0.9m ka/ku Dual Frequency Land Mobile VSAT Antenna

Telecommunications, government emergency, enterprise, environment and territory, transportation, disasters and relief.

Description

The antenna adopts parabolic antenna, having the characteristic of high gain, low height, and high mobility.

 

Specification

Electronic specification

Antenna Type

Ring focus

Operation Frequency

Ku  Tx:14000~14500MHz;Rx:12250~12750MHz

Ka  Tx:29400~31000MHz;Rx:19600~21200MHz

Antenna Gain

Ku  Tx:38.8dBi@14.25GHz;Rx:38.2dBi@12.50GHz

Ka  Tx:45.0dBi@30.2GHz;Rx:42.0dBi@20.4GHz

Polarization Mode

Ku: Linear     Ka: Circular

Cross Polarize Isolation

Ku: ≥30dB    Ka: axis ratio < 2.0

Port Isolation

≥85dB(filter is included)


Mechanical specification

Size

1350*680mm(diameter*height)

Weight

90kg

Turntable rotate range

Azimuth:Ku/Ka:360°continuous

Elevation:Ku/Ka:0°~90°

Polarization: Ku:0°~270°,Ka:~

Polarization mode

Auto tracking


 Antenna tracking specification

Stabilization  

2-axis stable 3-axis tracking

Tracking Mode

INS measurement and signal tracking(beacon and carrier)

Tracking Accuracy

Ku:≤0.2°RMS;Ka:≤0.15°RMS

Initial operating time

≤120s

Re-acquisition time

block time≤10 min: acquisition: immediately

10 min< block time≤30 min: acquisition≤5s

block time>30min: acquisition≤10s


Other requirements

Power supply

DC24V

Interface requirements

Power interface、network interface(RJ45)、debugging interface(RS 422)

Standard consumption

150W(without BUC)

Operation temperature

-40°C~65°C

Relative humidity

5%~95%

Wind load

Better than 55m/s

Three proofing

Moisture proofing, salt spay proofing and fungus proofing


Features

The antenna adopts industry leading technologies such as GNSS/INS fusion attitude measurement system, conical scan peak tracking, and carrier attitude calculating and compensation algorithm, etc. All the technologies guarantee the accurate tracking under various conditions.

 

Applications

Telecommunications, government emergency, enterprise, environment and territory, transportation, disasters and relief.

 

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