|(LOW) FREQUENCY RANGE:||4.200 GHz||(HIGH) FREEQUENCY RANGE:||4.400 GHz|
|vswr:||1.8:1 Max; 1.1:0 typical at 4.3 GHz||gain:||> 10 dbi Min|
|MOUNTING HOLES:||.218/.219 diameter with 100 degree csk mounting holes||Connector:||TNC Female|
|Beam width:||E Plane 60°± 5°, H Plane 50°± 5°||power heading:||1.0 KW Peak|
|side lobes||<30db typical||isolation:||80 db at 16" spacing|
|impedance:||50 Ohms||operating temperature:||300 °F+|
|ENVIRONMENT:||MIL-E-5400, MIL-E-5272C, FAA TSO-C87||WEIGHT:||4 Ounces Max|
|Finish radome and edge:||White, polyurethane enamel||finish back surface:||Conversion Coat|
|ads43010-1a||Radar Altimeter Antenna|
|REQUEST||NEW OUTRIGHT||REQUEST LEAD TIME|
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