The SBB series of antennas are broadband low wind load antennas designed as interim, permanent reseve or main antenna. The SBB is ideally suited to the broadcaster who requires a high performance antenna with frequency agility to allow for both current and future channel operation. Used by a single broadcaster, or multiple broadcasters as a shared antenna, SBB antennas provide unprecedented broadband performance.
SBB antennas are available 8, 16, 24 and 32 slots high and with Cardioid 'C170' or Skull 'S180' patterns. See external document attached.
FEATURES / BENEFITS
Full broadband performance 470-700 MHz for future and current channel allocations.
Corrosion resistant construction with cylindrical fibreglass radome.
Extremely low wind loading.
High power rating.
Supplied with brackets for side mounting.
For detailed technical and mechanical information click the external document link on Sheet 2.
From External Document attachment Note 1: CaAc is calculated using Ca=0.6 from ANSI/TIA-222-G, Table 2.8 based on supercritical flow. Contact a qualified structural consultant to confirm this applies to your installation. Note 2: Calculated wind load is based on Australian Standard AS1170.2:2011
Antenna mounting pole and interface steelwork to tower is not included in calculations. Note 3: Moment of arm from mounting pole to centre of antenna = 0.65m (2.1ft). Note 4: Gain at 585 MHz (sum of HRP and VRP directivities).