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L-Band Blade Antenna AOCSMA-1 & AO6501220-2

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Description

Product Description

Applications

  • IFF
  • DME
  • TACAN
  • DATA LINK
A general purpose omnidirectional blade acceptable to a variety of aircraft applications. Uniquely designed to withstand severe environments and high side-loading situations as experienced on Mach speed aircraft. The simple design allows the frequency range of applications from 700 to 1300 MHz for PN AOCSMA-1 and 650 to 1200 MHz for PN AO6501220-2. The elevation pattern is similar to a quarterwave monopole above a ground plane.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Frequency Range Low (GHz)

0.650

Frequency Range High (GHz)

1.300

Models

Models

U B Part NumberMilitary DesignationNSNFrequency Range
AO6501220-2 5826-00-760-4700 650-1200 MHz

AOCSMA-1

700-1300 MHz

SM-A-877045

*Note: Electrically and mechanically same as AOCSMA-1 but includes special nameplate and CARC topcoat finish.
*AS-2890/APR-39*5985-01-026-3927700-1300 MHz

Electrical

Electrical

Frequency Range AO6501220-2  650- 1200 MHz
VSWR

650 – 1200 3.0:1 max

800 – 1000 MHz 1.5:1 typical

Frequency Range AOCSMA-1 700 – 1300 MHz
VSWR

700 – 750 MHz  2.5:1 max.

 750 – 1200 MHz 2.0:1 typical

1200 – 1300 MHz 2.5:1 typica

Impedance

50 ohms

Polarization

Linear

Gain
5 dBi Peak typical @ center frequency.

Patterns

Patterns

Mechanical

Mechanical

Connector type for AOCSMA-1 SMA Female
Connector type for AO6501220-2 N Panel Jack Receptacle
Weight for AOCSMA-16.4 ounces
Weight for AO6501220-27.5 ounces
Finish: AOCSMA-1 & AO6501220-2    Polyurethane Flat Black
Finish: SM-A-877045CARC Flat Black

 

 

Environmental

Environmental

Environmentalper Mil-Std-810C
Temperature-AltitudeMethod 504, 50,000 ft., -80ºF, 184ºF
HumidityMethod 507, Procedure II
Sand & DustMethod 510.1, Procedure I
Salt FogMethod 509, Procedure I
*Fungus, CARC topcoatMethod 508.2, Procedure I
AccelerationMethod 513.1, Procedure II, 6 Gs
Vibration, SinusoidalMethod 514.2, Procedure I,  5 Gs
ShockMethod 516.2, Procedure I, 15 Gs, 11 msec, half sine

Data subject to change without notice. Contact U B Corp for the most recent engineering specifications.