EAntenna 432LFA23 (19,15 dBi - 37,48 dB F/B)Maximize

EAntenna 432LFA23 (19,15 dBi - 37,48 dB F/B)

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Specifications 432LFA23

  • 30x2mm square boom.
  • Elements of 6mm in diameter, except that the LOOP is 13mm and 10mm at the ends.
  • Mast plate of 100x100mm with 6mm thick with square U-bolts M6 fuck boom to the plate and U-bolts of M8 to the plate to the mast.

Characteristics of the 432LFA23

  • ¿17 dBd within 6 meters of boom?
    That is the question when designing this antenna. To have an extraordinary gain and a profit ratio F / B (front vs. back) close to 40 dB.
  • A very clean lobe with which customers even without Prior RX, test results are incredible.
  • Simple and quick, because the boom joints are easy to assemble.
  • Antenna very solid construction, and with a weight very acceptable.
  • Available for 2 or 4 units enfasar in a short (under enfasamiento table included), and to make a profit no big antenna can get.
    • The food is straightforward to 50 Ohms, which has not lost any respect to lines of adaptation. (You can request an optional cable terminated with connector and soldered PL-UHF, N or BNC on the end if required)

 

SPECIFICATIONS EAntenna 432LFA23
Frequency Range: 432 ~ 433 MHz
Gain: 19.15 dBi
F / B: 37.48 dB
SWR:1:1.1 ~ 1:1.2
Impedance: 50 Ohm
Maximum Power: 5 kW.
Boom length: 5.90 m. / 19.34 '
Wind Resistance: ≥ 160kmh / 100mph
Weight: 4.9 kg / 10.8 pounds


* Gain dBi (gain over isotropic dipole in free space) = -2.15 dBd

** Ratio Gain Front / Back "F / B" (gain when the antenna is rotated 180 ° azimuth direction)

 

V = 1.69 to 1.85 m (1.782 m optimal)

H = 1.48 to 1.9 m (optimum 1.842 m)


Calculation of 2 antennas:

Vx2@1.782 m (10 m. High) Gain: 27.80 MHz dBi@432.200

Vx2@1.782 m (10 m. High) F / B: 38.01 MHz dB@432.200

HX2@1.842 m (10 m. High) Gain: 27.99 MHz dBi@432.200

HX2@1.842 m (10 m. High) F / B: 38.47 MHz dB@432.200

 

Calculating antennas 4 H:

HX2 (1,842 m) + Vx2 (1.782 m): 24.86 dBi / 37.21 dB F / B@432.200 MHz


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