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Comant VOR/ GS Antenna CI-120G-S

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Part# 11-06801
MFR Model# CI-120G/S

Overview

Frequency 108-118 MHz (VOR/LOC)
329-335 MHz (GS)


VOR/GS navigation antenna set provides optimum VOR performance when used for area navigation. Antenna system qualified for use on single engine, twin, jet, and helicopter aircraft.

Provides glideslope reception capability. Complete set includes a pair (2) of blades, each with single BNC connector output, two coax interconnect cables and a signal combiner output providing for a single cable run to the avionics installation.

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

Specifications

MODEL CI 120G/S VOR/GS ANTENNA
Electrical
Frequency

108-118 MHz (VOR/ LOC)

329-335 MHz (Glide Slope)

VSWR

6.0:1 108-118 MHz (VOR/ LOC)

5.0:1 329-335 MHZ(Glide Slope)

Polarization
Horizontal
Radiation Pattern
Omnidirectional
Impedance
50 Ohms Nominal
Power
Receive Only
Mechanical
Weight
1.4 lb. Per Blade
Height
6.0 in. Maximum
Material
Molded Radome
Finish
Polyurethane Enamel
Connector
BNC/ Single Output Combiner
Environmental
Temperature
-55C to +85C
Altitude
50000ft.
Air speed
600 Knots TAS @ 25000 ft
Federal Specifications
RTCA Environmental
DO-160D
Environmental Category
[(F2)X]ACE[(T)E1P]XRXXXSXXXXXXXXXCX
FAA TSO
C34e, C36e, C40c
RTCA MOPS
DO-192, DO-195, DO-196
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