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GD Satcom 1132 Series 1.2m Ku-Band Tx/Rx Antenna System

General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies 1132-990 1.2M Tx/Rx Ku-Band Antenna

GD Satcom 1132 Series 1.2m Ku-Band Tx/Rx Antenna System Polarization: Linear Cross Pol Feed Interface: WR75 Waveguide Flange Reflector: Prime Focus, Offset Feed, .8 f/D, Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyester SMC Tx Operating Frequency: 13.75 – 14.5 GHz Rx Operating Frequency:…

GD Satcom is the world’s largest manufacturer of Rx/Tx VSAT antennas. GD Satcom is the leader in obtaining type certifications and approvals for Intelsat, AsiaSat and Eutelsat. GD Satcom antennas provide the best quality in the market due to the sophisticated, precision SMC compression molding process technology. GD Satcom provides the best value antenna solution to the market with competitive prices, the highest quality products and superb engineering support.

Electrical
Antenna Size1.2m (47.00″)
Operating Frequency (GHz)
    Receive
    Transmit

10.95 – 12.75 GHz
13.75 – 14.50 GHz
Midband Gain (±.2dB)
    Receive
    Transmit

41.70 dBi
43.20 dBi
Antenna noise Temp
    20° El
      Receive
      Transmit
    30° El
      Receive
      Transmit

46K
46K

43K
43K
Cross-Pol
    Within BPE
    Any Angle off Axis

-30 dB max
-25 dB max
Sidelobe Envelope, Co-pol
    1°≤θ≤20°
    20°<θ≤26.3°
    26.3°<θ≤48°
    48°<θ

29 – 25 Log θ dBi
-3.5 dBi
32 – 25 Log θ dBi
-10 dBi (averaged)
VSWR
    Receive
    Transmit

1.3:1 Max
1.3:1 Max
Mechanical
Reflector MaterialGlass Fiber Reinforced Polyester SMC
Antenna OpticsPrime Focus, Offset Feed
Mast Pipe Size2.50″ Sch 40 Pipe (2.88″ o.d.) 73.2 mm
(72mm min., 74mm max.)
Azimuth Adjustment Range360° Cont. Coarse Adj., ±20° Fine Adj.
Elevation Adjustment Range5° – 90° Continuous Fine Adjust
Polarization Adjustment Range±90° Continuous Coarse Adj.
ODU
    Tier 1
    Tier 2

6 lbs.
12 lbs.
Shipping SpecificationsWeight 90 lbs. (41 kg.)
Environmental
Wind Loading
    Operational
    Survival

50 mph (80 km/h)
125 mph (201 km/h)
Temperature
    Operational
    Survival

-40° to 140° F (-40° to 60° C)
-50° to 160° F (-46° to 71° C)
Rain
    Operational
    Survival

1/2″ / hour
2″ / hour
Ice Survival½” Radial
Atmospheric ConditionsSalt, Pollutants and Contaminants as Encountered in Coastal Industrial Areas
Solar Radiation360 BTU/h/ft²

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