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Comant Ci-310-22-4 Comdat Com Uhf / L Band Black

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Part# 11-19426
MFR Model# CI-310-22-4

Overview

Comantís ComDatģ four through hole blade style mount UHF communication / transponder antenna with TNC port. Designed for UHF 806 - 960 and 1030 - 1090 MHz range. Suitable for either top or bottom mounting for both light and heavy fixed wing single engine / multi-engine and business jet aircraft.
   
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Specifications

  • Electrical
  • Frequency: 806-960 MHz & 1030-1090 MHz
  • VSWR:
  • 1.75:1 @ 806 to 960 MHz
  • 1.5:1 @1030 to 1090 MHz
  • Polarization: Vertical
  • Radiation Pattern: Equivalent 1/4 Wave Stub
  • Impedance: 50 Ohms
  • RF Power: 100 Max Watts Average

  • Mechanical
  • Weight: 0.32 lb
  • Height: 3.25 in
  • Material: High Density Polyurethane
  • Finish: Glossy White CI 310-20 / 22
  • Flat Black CI 310-22-4
  • Connector: BNC or TNC (specify)

  • Environmental
  • Temperature: -55 to 70 C
  • Altitude: 50,000 ft

  • Federal Specifications
  • FAA TSO: C74a, Class 1A
  • Environmental: RTCA DO-160C

Documents

  • Light Fixed Wing Single Engine
  • Light Fixed Wing Multi-Engine
  • Heavy Fixed Wing Single Engine
  • Heavy Fixed Wing Multi-Engine
  • Business Jet
  • Always consult your installation shop for best application

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