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GD Satcom 11.1M Earth Station Antenna System

GD Satcom 11.1M Earth Station Antenna System
  • Fully interchangeable reflector components with aluminum reflector panels and galvanized steel backup structur
  • Designed for 1.5 to 18 GHz operation, meeting FCC and ITU-RS-580 regulations
  • Galvanized steel elevation-over-azimuth pedestal with jackscrews
  • Survives 125 mph winds in any position
Product Code: GDST-11.1M ES

The General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies 11.1-meter antenna delivers exceptional performance for transmit/ receive and receive only applications in L through DBS-band frequencies. This antenna offers a reflector design that incorporates precision-formed panels, truss radials and hub assembly. It features an innovative Cassegrain feed and sub reflector design which results in high gain, low noise temperature, high antenna efficiency and excellent rejection of noise and microwave interference

A large center hub provides spacious accommodation for equipment mounting. The reflector is supported by a galvanized elevation over azimuth kingpost pedestal that provides the required stiffness for pointing and tracking accuracy. The pedestals are designed for full orbital arc coverage and are readily adaptable to ground or rooftop installations. The electrical performance is compliant with FCC and ITU-RS-580 sidelobe specifications and Intelsat (B, C) and Eutelsat requirements.


OPTIONS

  • L, S, C, X, Ku and DBS-band feeds
  • C/Ku receive only feed systems
  • Specialized feed systems (e.g. extended, multi-band)
  • Antenna control system with tracking
  • Reflector and feed deicing systems
  • Environmental hub configurations
  • Integrated transmit cross axis kits
  • Integrated LNA or LNB systems
  • HPAs, converters and M&C systems
  • Load frame mounts
  • Packing for sea and air transport
  • Turnkey installation and testing

UPGRADES

  • X-band low PIM reflector/feed configurations
  • Extended azimuth travel
  • High wind configuration
  • Low operating temperatures
  • High power configurations
  • Extended continuous azimuth travel