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November 26, 2019

High Wind, High Ice Microwave Antennas

Featuring an extreme radome that's designed for the harshest conditions

 

RFS’ high wind, high ice antennas have been delivering proven performance on mountaintops and other locations in some of the harshest environments in North America for more than a decade. To further enhance their durability and resilience to wind and ice, an extreme radome has been
incorporated into the design

The extreme radome includes a number of design features that cannot be found on other radomes in the market. For example, an extremely tight radome fit all the way around the shroud, a generous overhang and many robust connection points eliminate the flapping and tearing issues that can occur with continuous exposure to high winds. Reinforced radome material, including an additional layer with a protective coating, further increases durability and resilience to snow and ice.

Features Benefits
Tested to ANSI/TIA-222-H Risk Category II standards Guarantees extremely robust mechanical construction
Extreme radome design  Eliminates flapping and tearing, increases durability
Spun backring and strategically positioned sway bars Increases antenna and link stability in harsh conditions
Field-upgradeable from single to dual polarization Simplifies network evolution
Rugged design  Reduces additional costs
and time due to unnecessary tower climbs
Multiple sizes available 6, 8, 10 and 12 ft