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ANTENNAS

November 1, 1997
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ANTENNAS

DAB Omnidirectional Antenna
The model GDVK 1400 digital audio broadcasting (DAB) vertical polarized omnidirectional antenna operates from 1452 to 1492 MHz and can be installed upright or upside down. The unit is available with down tilts in 2° steps and achieves a gain of more than 10.5 dBD, providing sufficient coverage within a single-frequency network cell.
FUBA Communications Systems GmbH,
Bad Salzdetfurth, Germany +49 5063 89 595.

Spread Spectrum Antennas
The SS series spread spectrum microwave antennas are offered in nine different grid and solid parabolic models ranging from two to six feet in diameter. Both frequency ranges (2.300 to 2.500 GHz and 5.690 to 5.925 GHz) employ new feed designs that terminate with type N connectors. Delivery: three days or less.
Gabriel Electronics Inc.,
Scarborough, ME (207) 883-5161.

Linearly Polarized, Beam-shaped Antenna
The model S24012P linearly polarized, beam-shaped antenna provides for reception and transmission in the 2.4 to 2.5 GHz frequency band. The antenna consists of five broadband microstrip patches that provide gain of 12.5 dBi (min) with a nominal 90° x 10° half-power beamwidth. SWR is 2 (max) on 50 W impedance. The unit is housed in a low profile, UV-stable polycarbonate radome that is weather resistant for use in outdoor applications. Custom configurations of radome finish, color and texture can be provided to complement and blend within any environment. Size: 3" x 26" x 1".
Cushcraft Corp.,
Manchester, NH (603) 627-7877.

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