Skyware 1.2m Receive-Only Antenna



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TYPE 120 1.2 m Receive-Only Antenna System

The Skyware Global 1.2 m Type 120 Offset Antenna is a rugged commercial grade product suitable for the most demanding applications. The reflector is thermoset-molded for strength and surface accuracy. Molded into the rear of the reflector is a network of support ribs which not only strengthens the antenna, but also helps to sustain its critical parabolic shape. The Az/El mount is constructed from heavy-gauge steel to provide a rigid support to the reflector. The Az/El mount secures the antenna to any 73-76 mm (2.88”-3.00”) O.D. mast and prevents slippage in high winds. A specially formulated powder paint process offers excellent protection from weather-related corrosion.

• All materials comply with EU directive No. 2002/95/EC (RoHS).

• One-piece thermoset-molded offset reflector.

• Single bolt fine elevation adjustment.

• Galvanized 19 mm (.75”) O.D. feed support legs.

• Factory pre-assembled Az/El mount.

• Plated hardware for maximum corrosion resistance.

• Available with a wide variety of C-band or Ku-band feeds.

Operating Frequency
10.95 - 12.75 GHz
Receive Only
Effective Aperture
Linear (Circular Optional)
Gain @ 11.95 GHz
42.0 dBi
3 dB Beamwidth
Noise Temperature @ 30˚ Elevation
24˚ K
Cross Polarization
30 dB on Axis (Linear)
Feed Interface
WR75 Flat Flange
Reflector Material
Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyester
Antenna Optics
One-Piece Offset Feed Prime Focus
Mount Type
Elevation over Azimuth
Elevation Adjustment Range
10˚ - 70˚ Continuous Fine Adjustment
Azimuth Adjustment Range
360˚ Continuous
Mast Pipe Interface
73-76(2.88 in - 3.00 in) Diameter
Wind Loading
Operational: 80 km/h (50 mph)
Wind Loading
Survival: 200 km/h (125 mph)
Working Temperature
-50˚C to 80˚C
Standard Hardware Meets 500 Hour
Salt Spray Test Requirements
Solar Radiation
360 BTU/h/ft2
Shock and Vibration
As Encountered During Shipping and Handling

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