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902CP-6
FM Yagi Antenna
902CP Series

These FM Yagi antennas are designed for FM broadcasting applications which require circular or elliptical polarization and low windload.
The 902CP antenna elements are of stainless steel construction thus guaranteeing long life and maintenance free operation.
The antenna can be designed for any number of levels and is designed for easy sidemounting installation. Tower or mast costs are also minimized because of the low antenna windload.
Multiple arrays are supplied as a complete package including 50 ohm flexible interconnecting cables and an appropriate power divider.

FEATURES / BENEFITS

The 902CP series have been developed to provide broadband operation over the range 87.5 to 108MHz. This provides broadcasters with the advantage of sharing antenna systems and reducing establishment costs.


902CP Series showing 902CP-1

Technical features

Structure

Product LineAntenna TV
Product TypeBand II (VHF) 902CP-6 FM Yagi Antennas

Electrical Specifications

Frequency Range MHz87.5 - 108
PolarizationCircular
Elliptical
Gain per Plane of Polarization dBd9.2
Return Loss dB> 20
Power Rating kW30
Input/Power Rating Comment5 kW per level
Impedance (unbalanced) Ω50

Mechanical Specifications

Number of Levels6
Input Connector2 x 7/8" EIA Flange per level
Mounting (Standard) mm (in)Suitable for 60mm (2.4") or 90mm (3.5") OD pole
Effective Area Front (full antenna) No Ice m² (ft²)0.34 (3.66) per level
Effective Area Front (full antenna) with 12.5mm(0.5") Radial Ice m² (ft²)0.34 (3.66) per level
Effective Area Side (full antenna) No Ice m² (ft²)0.30 (3.23) per level
Effective Area Side (full antenna) 12.5mm (0.5") Radial Ice m² (ft²)0.30 (3.23) per level
Wind Load @ 50 m/sec Front kN (lb)0.5 (100)
Weight kg (lb)23 (51) Single Bay

Packaging Information

Shipping Weight, Kg (lb)kg (lb)23 ()


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