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Product Specifications

H P X 6 - 59- P 1 A
6ftHighPerformanceParabolicShieldedAntenna,dualpolarized,5.9256.425GHz,
CPRGflange,grayantenna,standardwhiteradomewithflash,standardpackonepiece
reflector

CHARACTERISTICS
General Specifications
Diameter, nominal
Antenna Input
Antenna Type
Polarization
Reflector Construction
Antenna Color
Radome Color
Radome Material Description
Flash Included
Packing

1.8 m | 6 ft
CPR137G
HPX - High Performance Parabolic Shielded Antenna, dual-polarized
Dual
One-piece reflector
Gray
White
Standard
Yes
Standard pack

Electrical Specifications
Operating Frequency Band
Gain, Top Band
Gain, Mid Band
Gain, Low Band
Front-to-Back Ratio
Cross Polarization Discrimination (XPD)
Beamwidth, Horizontal
Beamwidth, Vertical
VSWR
Return Loss
Radiation Pattern Envelope Reference (RPE)
Electrical Compliance

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5.925 6.425 GHz


39.1 dBi
38.8 dBi
38.4 dBi
65 dB
30 dB
1.8
1.8
1.07
29.4 dB
2664F
US FCC Part 101B | ETSI Class 3

Outside North America


Telephone: +1-708-873-2307
Fax: +1-779-435-8579

2007 Andrew Corporation, Westchester, IL 60154 US


All specifications are subject to change. Please see
www.andrew.com for the most current information.

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Product Specifications
Mechanical Specifications
Wind Velocity Operational
Wind Velocity Survival Rating
Fine Azimuth Adjustment
Fine Elevation Adjustment
Mounting Pipe Diameter
Side Struts, Included
Side Struts, Optional
Net Weight

112 km/h | 70 mph


200 km/h | 124 mph
5
5
115 mm | 4.5 in
1 inboard
1 outboard
163 kg | 359 lb

Wind Forces At Wind Velocity Survival Rating


Axial Force (FA)
Side Force (FS)
Twisting Moment (MT)
Angle for MT Max
Force on Inboard Strut Side
Zcg without Ice
Zcg with 1/2" (12 mm) Radial Ice
Weight with 1/2" (12 mm) Radial Ice

1427 lbf |
3144 N |
-1681 lb/ft
-110
9210 N |
508 mm |
579 mm |
263 kg |

6348 N
707 lbf
| -2209 Nm
2070 lbf
20 in
23 in
580 lb

Packed Dimensions
Gross Weight, Packed Antenna
Length
Width
Height
Volume

308.0 kg | 679.0 lb
2070.0 mm | 81.5 in
880.0 mm | 34.6 in
2120.0 mm | 83.5 in
3.9 m

* Footnotes
Axial Force (FA)

Cross Polarization Discrimination (XPD)


Front-to-Back Ratio
Gain, Mid Band

Operating Frequency Band


Packing

Radiation Pattern Envelope Reference (RPE)

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Maximum forces exerted on a supporting structure as a result of wind from the most critical direction
for this parameter. The individual maximums specified may not occur simultaneously. All forces are
referenced to the mounting pipe.
The difference between the peak of the co-polarized main beam and the maximum cross-polarized
signal over an angle twice the 3 dB beamwidth of the co-polarized main beam.
Denotes highest radiation relative to the main beam, at 180 40, across the band. Production
antennas do not exceed rated values by more than 2 dB unless stated otherwise.
For a given frequency band, gain is primarily a function of antenna size. The gain of Andrew
antennas is determined by either gain by comparison or by computer integration of the measured
antenna patterns.
Bands correspond with CCIR recommendations or common allocations used throughout the world.
Other ranges can be accommodated on special order.
Andrew standard packing is suitable for export. Antennas are shipped as standard in totally
recyclable cardboard or wire-bound crates (dependent on product). For your convenience, Andrew
offers heavy duty export packing options.
Radiation patterns determine an antennas ability to discriminate against unwanted signals under
conditions of radio congestion. Radiation patterns are dependent on antenna series, size, and

Outside North America


Telephone: +1-708-873-2307
Fax: +1-779-435-8579

2007 Andrew Corporation, Westchester, IL 60154 US


All specifications are subject to change. Please see
www.andrew.com for the most current information.

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Product Specifications
Return Loss
Side Force (FS)

Twisting Moment (MT)

VSWR
Wind Velocity Operational
Wind Velocity Survival Rating

frequency.
The figure that indicates the proportion of radio waves incident upon the antenna that are rejected as
a ratio of those that are accepted.
Maximum axial forces exerted on support structures by side struts as a result of a 200 km/h (125
mph) wind from the most critical direction and extreme angle permitted. The forces are a component
of, not in addition to, the maximum forces specified above.
Maximum forces exerted on a supporting structure as a result of wind from the most critical direction
for this parameter. The individual maximums specified may not occur simultaneously. All forces are
referenced to the mounting pipe.
Maximum; is the guaranteed Peak Voltage-Standing-Wave-Ratio within the operating band.
The wind speed where the antenna deflection is equal to or less than 0.1 degrees.
Microwave antennas, including mounts and radomes, where applicable, will withstand the
simultaneous wind and ice conditions as specified.

From North America, toll free


Telephone: 1-800-255-1479
Fax: 1-800-349-5444

Outside North America


Telephone: +1-708-873-2307
Fax: +1-779-435-8579

2007 Andrew Corporation, Westchester, IL 60154 US


All specifications are subject to change. Please see
www.andrew.com for the most current information.

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