The broadband monopole antenna is vertically polarized, has a low angle radiation pattern and is used for short range circuits by ground wave and medium to long range circuits by sky wave.
The antenna is broadband, omnidirectional and conical.
The broadband frequency capability does not require tuning.
The radiation pattern in the azimuth plane is essentially omnidirectional, while the elevation pattern varies with frequency.
The support structure is a guyed mast supported on a base insulator.
The radiator comprises a biconical cage of wire.
Monopole antennas require a radial ground screen for specified performance. The ground screen consists of wire conductors laid out radially from the tower base and terminated at the outer end.
|TYPICAL RADIATION PATTERNS|
|Azimuth pattern||Elevation pattern|
|TYPICAL COVERAGE MAP|
|Frequency ranges||2-30 / 3-30 / 4-30 MHz|
|Input impedance||50 ohm unbalanced|
|Power ratings||1 / 10 / 20 / 25 / 40 / 50 / 100 kW average|
|Specifications may change without notice|
|THIS TYPE OF ANTENNA IS AVAILABLE FROM|
|Manufacturer||Type number||Power Level|
|Antenna Products Corporation||CMV-230/330/430||L||M|
|Kintronic Laboratories, Inc.||HFM Series||L||M||H|
|RFS Radio Frequency Systems||WM & BC Series||M|
|RIZ Transmitters||10-100 SW||M||H|
|Transradio SenderSysteme Berlin||AVE 0640||H|