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RAMI AV-925 ELT Antenna

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Part# 11-10846
MFR Model# AV-925

Overview

The AV-925 antenna was developed to be used with airborne FM transceivers typically used in first responder type aircraft providing a single antenna solution for the multiband transceivers. It has met DO-160G, Section 8, Category U requirements for robust vibration and is qualified for installation on helicopters with unknown related rotor frequencies. It is also qualified to perform as a 406 MHz ELT antenna, and is well suited for this function on higher speed, fixed wing aircraft.

Frequency:
136.0174.0 MHz (Non TSO Function)
380.0406.0 MHz (Non TSO Function)
406.0406.1 MHz (TSO C126a)
406.1520.0 MHz (Non TSO Function)
760.0870.0 MHz (Non TSO Function)

Specifications

  • Application: Airborne Communications
  • Frequency: 136.0174.0 MHz (Non TSO Function)
  • 380.0406.0 MHz (Non TSO Function)
  • 406.0406.1 MHz (TSO C126a)
  • 406.1520.0 MHz (Non TSO Function)
  • 760.0870.0 MHz (Non TSO Function)
  • Impedance: 50 Ohms Nominal
  • Gain: Comparable to that of a quarter wave monopole when mounted on a 4-foot round ground plane
  • VSWR: 1.5:1 Max. (406.0406.1 MHz)
  • 3.0:1 Max. (All Other Bands)
  • Polarization: Vertical
  • Pattern: Omni-Directional
  • Weight: 1.8 lbs. Maximum
  • RF Power Capacity: 10 Watts VHF, 5 Watts UHF Maximum
  • Color: P/N: AV-925 Gloss White
  • P/N: AV-925(-1) CARC Black

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