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Norsat 4106C Ku-Band DRO LNB

Norsat 4106C Ku-Band DRO LNB


  • Input Frequency: 10.95 – 11.70 GHz
  • L.O. Stability +/-150 kHz
  • Noise Figure: 0.6 dB
  • Output Connector: F-Type Female
  • L.O. Frequency: 10.00 Ghz
  • Conversion Gain: 60 dB 

    A lower cost digital DRO LNB, designed with a transmitter interference filter in it, with the commercial quality to be used in VSAT and selected digital applications. The 4000 is designed to provide higher performance for VSAT and select digital applications such as:

    • Higher data rate digital video, or commercial analog
    • Some SCPC digital or analog audio options
    • Any SCPC data rate above 1 Mbps

    Norsat Advantages

    • Norsat LNBs are graded by Stability and Noise Figure to provide the perfect balance between performance and cost.
    • Compact to fit in smaller enclosure and reduce wind profile
    • Proven reliability for lower lifetime costs
    • Best DRO LO Stability to control receiver drift and employ lower bit rates or narrower space segment
    • Excellent Phase noise to lower Carrier to Noise margins, improving BER
    • Superior microphonics
    • Built-in transmitter interference filter for compact installations and lower costs
Norsat 4106C DRO LNB Specifications
Input Frequency 10.95 – 11.70 GHz
L.O. frequency 10.00 GHz
Output frequency 950 to 1700 MHz
Noise Figure 0.6 dB
L.O. Stability (over temperature excl offset) ±150 kHz
Phase Noise (SSB)
@ 1kHz
@ 10kHz
@ 100kHz
-65 dBc/Hz
-80 dBc/Hz
-100 dBc/Hz
Input VSWR 2.2:1
Output VSWR 2.2:1
Conversion gain 64 dB
Output P1dB 8 dBm
Power requirements +15 to +24 V supplied through center conductor of IF cable
Current drain 120 mA
Input Waveguide WR75
Connector Type Type F female 75 Ohm
Dimensions (L x W x H) 85 x 43 x 43 mm
(3.3 x 1.7 x 1.7 in)
Weight 120 g / 4.2 oz

 Norsat 4106C Ku-Band DRO LNB Datasheet


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