Part #: 622-6793-001

Model: ANT-52




Collins Aerospace


Radio Altimeter Antenna

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  • Microstrip antenna for radio altimeter applications
  • Frequency range 4240-4360 MHZ
  • Presents nominal impedance of 50 ohms
  • Female type TNC connector provides for connection to coaxial cable from altimeter receiver-transmitter



FAA TSO: C87 Gain: 10 dB min
RF Power: 10 watts peak, 1 watt avg. max. Weight: 98 g (3.5 oz)
Pressure Differential: 12.9 psi max Altitude: Up to 55000 feet
Size: 3.50" W x .90"H x 3.65"D Temperature: -54 to +55C continuous operation
Part Number: Description:
622-6793-001 Radio Altimeter Antenna


- Radio Altimeter Antenna

NSN: 5985-01-416-2520

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The arrows on some radar altimeters are a reference reminder that the antennas must be mounted on the same longitudinal axis on the aircraft. Normally, the antennas are mounted so that the arrow head of one antenna points to the tail of the other antenna arrow. The 2 arrows can point at each other as long as they are on the same longitudinal axis. Click here to view a basic diagram of proper radar altimeter antenna installation.