Frequency range: 9,370, 9,400, 9,430 MHz
Operating temperature: -25 °C - 55 °C
Height: 388 mm
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A radar antenna sends and receives the electromagnetic waves generated by the radar transmitter, and is a fundamental element of any radar or ARPA system.Applications
These antennas are found on every vessel with radar, since each is useless without the other. Together, they indicate the position and speed of nearby vessels, and the distance to platforms or shorelines.Technologies
The antenna is mounted hight on the vessel. It emits electromagnetic pulses, called radio waves, which bounce off objects within range. It then receives the reflected signals. The antenna rotates continuously through 360° in order to scan the sea all around the vessel. The position and speed of nearby objects are displayed on the radar screen.How to choose
Choice will depend on the antenna's compatibility with the rest of the radar equipment. It should be mounted such that outgoing or incoming signals are not blocked by other parts of the vessel.
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