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COMANT GPS ANTENNA CI-420-220

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Part# 11-05848
MFR Model# CI-420-220

Overview

Comantís ComDatģ stand-alone GPS antenna with TNC connector. Matches the popular teardrop footprint found on many general aviation aircraft and business jets.

Meets RTCA DO 160D operating standards including direct effects lightning. Designed to operate with 26.5 dB panel mount GPS receivers.

Certified FAA TSO-C144 for GPS and GPS WAAS Class Gamma 1 equipment. Not compliant for GPS WAAS Class Gamma 2 and 3 applications.

Note: Comant Antennas no longer come with a gasket or a template. Must order PN 09-05579 separately.

Not compatible with most portable GPS receiver systems.

Applications
Most aircraft up to and including business jets. Consult your FBO or installation shop for best application information.

Frequencies Covered
GPS 1575.42 MHz - 26.5 db Gain

Specifications

MODEL CI 420-220
GPS Preamplifier Characteristics
Frequency
1575.42 MHz
VSWR
1.5:1 Maximum
Polarization
RHCP
Radiation Pattern
Hemispherical
Impedance
50 Ohms
Gain @ 1575.42 MHz
26.5 - 31.5 dB Maximum
DC Voltage
4 - 24 Volts
DC Current
20 mA Minimum / 40 mA Maximum
Noise Figure
3.8 dB Maximum
Selectivity
-35 dB Min. @ Satcom 1626.5
Burnout Protection
30dBm / 1.0 CW Unmodulated
Mechanical / Environmental
Speed / Altitude
330 KIAS Maximum @ Sea Level
Weight
4.2 Oz. Maximum
RTCA Environmental
DO-160D
FAA TSO
C144
FAA MOPS
DO-228
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