Base Station Antenna Systems

PRODUCT SELECTION GUIDE 2008

Table of Contents

Introduction

Concealment Solutions

Dual Band Antennas

Micro AcCELLerator™ Antennas .....................................97
Antenna Concealment Mounting Solutions ....................100

806–960/1710–2180 MHz ...........................................16
Mounting Hardware and Accessories
1800/1900/UMTS Antennas

1710–1880 MHz ..........................................................23
1710–2180 MHz ..........................................................25
1850–1990 MHz ..........................................................27
1920–2180 MHz ..........................................................31
700/800/900 MHz Antennas

746–806 MHz ..............................................................39
806–896 MHz ..............................................................40
806–960 MHz ..............................................................43
870–960 MHz ..............................................................45

For Omni and Yagi Antennas
Pipe Mounts .............................................................104
Side Mounts .............................................................106
For Panel Antennas
Pipe Mounts .............................................................108
Downtilt Mounts ........................................................109
Special Mounts .........................................................110
For DR, FR, RR, FV, and RV Panel Antennas
Pipe Mounts .............................................................111
Downtilt Mounts ........................................................112
Applications/Engineering Notes

WiMAX/WLAN/WiFi Antennas

2.2–5.8 GHz.................................................................53
30–512 MHz Antennas

30–174 MHz ................................................................58
380–430 MHz ..............................................................59
406–512 MHz ..............................................................60

Basic Antenna Types Used in Cellular Style Systems ......115
Antenna Fundamentals................................................117
Base Station Antenna Materials and
Mechanical Characteristics ..........................................130
Index .........................................................................137

Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System

Actuator .......................................................................65
Controllers ....................................................................66
Junction Boxes .............................................................70
Lightning Protection Unit ...............................................72
AISG Control Cables ......................................................74
Grounding Kits ..............................................................76
Smart Bias Tees ............................................................79
AISG Tower Mounted Amplifiers .....................................80
dc 2.1 Bias Tees ...........................................................84
Surge Arrestors .............................................................85
SMB to SMA Coaxial Cable ............................................86
Software.......................................................................87
RET Installation Accessories...........................................90

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DUAL BAND ANTENNAS  806-960/1710-2180 MHz .

minimizing risks when new bands are overlaid D Provide simple integration of TMA systems to improve uplink coverage D Significantly reduce costs in deployment and operations  TBXLH Series  QBXLH Series 14 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. DualPol® Dual Band Antennas with an Internal Cross Band Coupler The DBXGKC series antenna combines high performance technologies from the DBXLH series of dual band antennas with an internal cross band coupler. each providing an ideal solution for applications where antenna consolidation with optimal coverage is desired. such as:  DBXLH Series D Fixed tilt on both frequency bands D Fixed tilt on the high band combined with field adjustable electrical downtilt on the low band D Field adjustable electrical downtilt on both frequency bands These antennas are designed to: D Allow operators to match existing coverage.Dual Band Features and Benefits DualPol® Dual Band Antennas Andrew Wireless Solutions offers a wide selection of DualPol® dual band antennas.com . making it possible to operate with both GSM900 and GSM1800 signals over a shared feeder. the DBXGKC series antenna uses only two connectors. Each model is packaged in an attractive. Vertically Polarized Dual Band Antennas Andrew offers an assortment of vertically polarized dual band antennas in the 74x and 77x series with differing beamtilt options.andrew. The Andrew portfolio of DualPol dual band antennas includes: D DBXLH series models housing two DualPol antennas under one radome D TBXLH series models housing one DualPol dual band antenna and one DualPol single band antenna under one radome D QBXLH series models housing two DualPol dual band antennas under one radome Each series of antennas features models independently capable of field adjustable electrical downtilt and fully compatible with Andrew’s Teletilt® RET system. Unlike the standard dual band antenna. low wind load radome for ease in obtaining zoning approvals. which has four input connectors (two for low band and two for high band).

Female (Bottom) A = 7–16 DIN.com 15 .6 m) S = 23. by dividing the # of stacked radiators into 60 (Ex: 60 divided by 4 stacked radiators = 15º Vertical BW). Stacked Radiators 7x Frequency Group x Horizontal BW G Technology Group Connector Type 80 V1 E Tilt Option - SXM Frequency Bands EXTENDED WARRANTY All Andrew sector base station antennas featuring 7–16 DIN connectors carry a 5-year extended warranty.Dual Band Multiband Sector Base Station Antenna Model Number Sequences Typical Style 1 – Model Number Sequence Technology Group DB Frequency Group X Low Band HBW LH Polarization (A) - 90 Arrays/ Other Tilt Option Wildcard 90 E High Band HBW A - Antenna Length VT M Mounting Hardware EXTENDED WARRANTY All Andrew sector base station antennas featuring 7–16 DIN connectors carry a 5-year extended warranty.2 in (1.6 m) TILT OPTION T# = Degree of Fixed Tilt VT = Variable Electrical Tilt R2 = ATC200 Teletilt® RET Ready MOUNTING HARDWARE M = Standard Downtilt Mount and Pipe Mount Typical Style 2 – Model Number Sequence Fixed 0º (DB) No. Female (Back) FREQUENCY BANDS (MHz) SXM = 806–896/941/960 and 1850–1990 MHz XM = 824–896 and 1850–1990 MHz Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.3 m) B = 78.6 in (0. TECHNOLOGY GROUP DD = Standard DualPol G = Optimized Gain TILT OPTION None = 0º Fixed Tilt V1 = Variable Electrical Tilt on L (Low) Band and Fixed Tilt on H (High) Band VT = Variable Electrical Tilt on both bands CONNECTOR TYPE E = 7–16 DIN.0 m) C = 102. 2495–2690) 3 = WiMAX (3300–3600. FREQUENCY GROUP 7x = Dual Band NUMBER OF STACKED RADIATORS 800/900 MHz Models: Equals length of antenna (ft) 1710–2170 MHz Models: Equals 2x length of antenna (ft) Vertical BW can be estimated based on the # of stacked radiators. TECHNOLOGY GROUP DB = Dual Band (One Dual Band) TB = Tri Band (One Dual Band and One Single Band) QB = Quad Band (Two Dual Bands) POLARIZATION V = Vertical Pol X = DualPol® FREQUENCY GROUP (Shown in Frequency Order with Band in MHz) C = 800 MHz (806–896) L = 800/900 MHz (806–960) G = GSM900 (870–960) K = GSM1800 (1710–1880) P = 1900 MHz (1850–1990) H = Wideband UMTS (1710–2180) U = UMTS (1920–2180) 2 = WiMAX (2300–2700. 3400–3800) 5 = WiMAX (5150–5875) ARRAYS/OTHER A = Stacked B = Side-By-Side C = With Built-In Crossband Coupler/Diplexer WILDCARD E = Equal Gain ANTENNA LENGTH A = 51.andrew.4 in (2.7 in (2.

5 (47.2 4.4:1 <1.0) 2576 (101.6:1 <1.8 (48. then tilt.5:1 Max.7) 12.andrew.0) 65 65 65 65 7.6) 269 (10.2 7.4 (17.8) 65 65 10.andrew.1) 13.5:1 <1.6) 0–10 0–6 13.8) 3.1 (42.5:1 300 250 250 250 250 200 21.5) HBW degrees 65 65 65 65 65 65 VBW degrees 60.5) 701 (27.6) 269 (10.0 5.5) 318 (12.4 (17.2 (14.0) 15.5:1 <1.2 (18.0) Length mm (in) 318 (12.3 7.1) 1933 (76.2 (18.4:1 250 250 19.9 (17.3) 14.7 (28.0) 21.0) 21.0) 1933 (76.2 (18.6) 269 (10.5 (18.2 (53.5:1 <1.4:1 <1.0) 21.5:1 <1.1 (42.0 18 18 16 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 30 30 30 32 25 32 25 30 26 30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 <1.5:1 <1.5:1 <1.0) 19.3) 269 (10.6) 0 0 4 4 0–10 0–6 0–11 0–6 0–8 0–6 13.8) 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 10.1) 14.0) 2573 (101.5:1 <1.1) 9.6) 269 (10.5:1 <1.5) 14.6) 269 (10.0) 33.3 (73. length (ascending order).6) 269 (10.4:1 <1.3) 269 (10.0) 14.0) 21.6) 269 (10.6) 269 (10.5:1 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 12.0) 11.6 10.3) 14.9) 465 (18.0) 18.9 (17.1) 2250 (88.6) 269 (10.0) 21.6) 2250 (88.4) 269 (10.0 4.5:1 <1.6 (41.5 13.5:1 <1.0 (9.9) Width mm (in) 318 (12.1 (42.2 (16.5:1 <1.3) 2573 (101.9 (17.1 (42.6) 269 (10.5:1 <1.6) 269 (10.Dual Band 806–960/1710–2180 MHz 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).0) 18.7 (28.5:1 <1.com for the most current information.5) 7.8 10.1 (42.0 (17.9) 1321 (52.0 4.0) 19.5:1 250 250 250 200 250 250 250 250 250 250 19.8 (48.5 5.5:1 <1.5:1 250 200 250 200 24.4) 21.7) 8.1) 269 (10.1 (11.2 (16.4) 24.0 6.7 7.6) 269 (10.5) 269 (10.7 (17. All specifications are subject to change.5 (47.6) 269 (10.0) 16.1 (42.6) 269 (10.9 (16.5:1 <1.6) 269 (10.6) 582 (22.0) 1933 (76.8 (48.6) 269 (10.0) 14.0 5.0 18 18 30 30 >30 >30 <1.5 17 16 17 15 28 32 25 25 >30 >30 >30 >30 <1.3) 14.4) 21.3) 465 (18.4 9.6) 1293 (50.0) 19. W 100 100 250 250 250 250 Weight kg (lb) 3.0) 14.0 4.5:1 <1.1 (6.5 15.6) Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).5:1 <1.7 (17.9 (14.1) 19.0) 14. Please see www.3) 11.2) 1326 (52.9) 582 (22.5 4.1) 1933 (76.8 (48.5:1 250 250 19.0) 15.9) 1293 (50.7 (28.6) 269 (10.4 (16.6) 269 (10.4) 21.0) 1933 (76.2 6.2 (53.5) 318 (12.0) 11.0) 19.9 (16.4) 2576 (101.6:1 <1.0) 13.6 (41.0) 21.0) 14.3) 2576 (101.6) 2–10 2–10 0–8 2–10 14.1) 15.1) 1933 (76.0 6.1) 269 (10.6) 269 (10.2) 12.6) 0–15 0–8 0–15 0–8 0–15 0–8 0 0 12.1) 1933 (76.1) 19.4) 2576 (101.1 (42.8 (48.0) 12.5) 16.9 (17.0 15.6) 4 4 13.2 (14.4:1 <1.0 (18.6) 701 (27.5:1 <1.0) 16.3) 2573 (101.8 (48.3) 65 65 65 65 65 65 7.4 7.0 7.2) 1933 (76.4) 269 (10.6) 0 0 0–8 0–6 2–10 2–10 15.6) 269 (10.9 (16.1) 269 (10. Input Power.2 4.0) 1321 (52.3) 15.5:1 <1.0) 20.0) 1933 (76.5:1 <1.0) 16.8 (48.0) 15.9 (17.0 65.5) 33.6) 269 (10.9 (17.0 18 18 15 15 17 15 28 30 26 28 25 27 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 <1.0 5.5) 20.0 6.6 7. Dual Polarization Frequency Type (MHz) ® DualPol dual band 806–941 1850–1990 DBXLH-6565S-T0M DualPol dual band 806–960 1710–2180 *DBXGKC-6565A-VTM DualPol dual band 870–960 with internal 1710–1880 crossband coupler *DBXLH-6565A-VTM DualPol dual band 806–960 1710–2180 *QBXLH-6565A-VTM DualPol dual band 824–960 quad 1710–2180 *TBXLHB-6565A-VTM DualPol tri-band 824–960 1710–2170 DBXGKC-6565B-T0M DualPol dual band 824–960 with internal 1710–2180 crossband coupler DBXGKC-6565B-T4M DualPol dual band 824–960 with internal 1710–2180 crossband coupler *DBXGKC-6565B-VTM DualPol dual band 870–960 with internal 1710–1880 crossband coupler DBXLH-6565B-T0M DualPol dual band 824–960 1710–2180 DBXLH-6565B-T4M DualPol dual band 824–960 1710–2180 *DBXLH-6565B-VTM DualPol dual band 806–960 1710–2180 *DBXLH-6565D-VTM DualPol dual band 806–960 1710–2180 *DBXGKC-6565C-VTM DualPol dual band 870–960 with internal 1710–1880 crossband coupler DBXLH-6565C-T0M DualPol dual band 824–960 1710–2180 *DBXLH-6565C-VTM DualPol dual band 806–960 1710–2180 *DBXGKC-6565EC-VTM DualPol dual band 870–960 with internal 1710–1880 crossband coupler *DBXLH-6565EC-VTM DualPol dual band 806–960 1710–2180 *TBXLHA-6565C-VTM DualPol tri-band 824–960 1710–2180 Model 721DD65ESXM Tilt degrees 0 0 0 0 0–15 0–8 Gain dBd (dBi) 7.9 (14.1 (6.6) 269 (10.0 USLS dB — — 16 15 15 15 F/B dB 25 25 22 30 25 25 Isolation dB >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 VSWR <1.1) 1933 (76.9 (16.1) 1933 (76.3) 2573 (101.5:1 <1.0) 1326 (52.0) 12.7 (28.4) 2576 (101.0) 15.7 (17.1 (42.8) 65 65 10.3) 2573 (101.0) 21.5 15.8) 8.3 (73.0) 19.9 (17.9) 1293 (50.0 10.8 (48.0 (18.0) 21.5:1 <1. *Teletilt ® remote electrical tilt compatible.5:1 <1.6) 269 (10.4 (9.0 15 15 25 25 >30 >30 <1.5:1 <1.2 6.5 (18.0 30.com .0 18 15 15 15 15 15 18 18 25 27 25 25 25 25 30 30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 <1.0 (44.8 (48.1 (42.1) 14.9 (18.6) 2573 (101.8) 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 15.7 (17.1 (42.8 (48.0 (16. 16 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.9 (16.9 (17.9 (14.0) 1933 (76.6) 269 (10.0) 15.0 (44.4) 2576 (101.0) 1293 (50.5:1 <1.3) 16.

0) 15.andrew.8) 14.5) 213 (8.5 (21.1 (35.1) 14.0 14.6) 13.9 (17. W 500 250 500 250 500 250 500 250 500 250 500 250 Weight kg (lb) 9.4) VBW degrees 15.0) 610 (24.4) Width mm (in) 264 (10.35:1 <1.0) 305 (12.6) HBW degrees 60 60 65 65 65 65 70 47 80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).1) 14.4) 15.4) VBW degrees 15.1) 7.2) 15.4) Width mm (in) 330 (13.8) 14.5:1 <1.5 15.0) 11.3 (14.0 6.4) 1306 (51.5) 1232 (48.4) 391 (15.0) 1219 (48.0 (48.0) 0.4) 391 (15.com for the most current information.5) 318 (12.0) 4.4:1 <1.0) 9.0) 330 (13.5 4.0 6.0) 305 (12. Vertical Polarization Model 774G80V1ESXM Type Dual band DB774G90ESXM Dual band 774G90V1ESXM Dual band 775G90V1ESXM Dual band DB778G90ASXM Dual band 778G90VTAXM Dual band Frequency (MHz) 806–896 1850–1990 806–941 1850–1990 806–941 1850–1990 806–941 1850–1990 806–941 1850–1990 824–896 1850–1990 Tilt degrees 0–10 2 0 0 0–10 2 0–10 2 0 0 0–9 0–7 Gain dBd (dBi) 12.5 7.1 (42.1 (35. length (ascending order).0) 7.0 (48.4) 213 (8.0) 1219 (48.8 (15.0) 330 (13.1) HBW degrees 80 80 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 >105° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).7 (17.4) 264 (10.0) 267 (10.0) Length mm (in) 1219 (48.7 (28.0) 0.1) HBW degrees 105 85 Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).0 (14.0) 1829 (72.4) 264 (10.0) 19. Input Power.0) 1227 (48.0 (15.4 (13. Dual Polarization Frequency Model Type (MHz) ® MB72RR80VDPALQ-12 DualPol dual band 806–896 1850–1990 *DBXLH-8585A-VTM DualPol dual band 806–960 1710–2180 *DBXLH-8585B-VTM DualPol dual band 806–960 1710–2180 *DBXLH-9090A-VTM DualPol dual band 824–960 1710–2180 *DBXLH-9090B-VTM DualPol dual band 806–960 1710–2180 *DBXLH-9090C-VTM DualPol dual band 824–960 1710–2180 Tilt degrees 2–10 1–5 0–16 0–10 0–10 0–6 0–16 0–8 0–8 0–5 0–8 0–5 Gain dBd (dBi) 11.9 (2.7 (17.0) 1524 (60.0) 11.33:1 <1.1 (31.6 (10.4) VBW degrees 7.3 (25.33:1 <1. Vertical Polarization Model 778X105M85V1 Type Dual band Frequency (MHz) 806–941 1850–1990 Tilt degrees 0 0–7 Gain dBd (dBi) 14.0) 12. W 500 250 500 250 500 250 75 75 Weight kg (lb) 8.4) 14.7 (13.0 5.andrew.4:1 <1.4:1 <1. All specifications are subject to change.0 7.8 (15.5) 14.0) 305 (12.0) 610 (24.5) 11.0) 13.1) 12.8) 10.3 (25.4) 14.3 7.9) 1852 (72.0 15.0) Length mm (in) 2449 (96.3) 2446 (96.0) 12.5 4.0 45.5 8.5:1 Max.33:1 <1.7 (16.2 (27.1) 15.3) 1852 (72.1) 15.4) 391 (15.0) 391 (15.0) 9.1 (42.7 (28. then tilt.5:1 <1.9 (17.4) 213 (8. Vertical Polarization Model DB774G60ESXM Type Dual band DB772G65ESXM Dual band 744G65V1ASXM Dual band DBVLH-7050-T0M Dual band Frequency (MHz) 806–941 1850–1990 806–941 1850–1990 806–960 1850–1990 806–960 1710–2300 Tilt degrees 0 0 0 0 0–16 1 0 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 13.0) 15.5) 318 (12.1 (31.5 (6.0) 6.4 (13.6) 12.0) 330 (13.4) 391 (15.5:1 Max.4) Width mm (in) 318 (12.0 USLS dB 15 15 — — — — — — F/B dB 28 23 28 20 30 35 — — Isolation dB — — — — — — — — VSWR <1.0 (16.8) HBW degrees 80 80 85 85 85 85 90 90 90 90 90 90 VBW degrees 10.0 7.33:1 <1.5 (14.2 (29.com 17 .3) 14.0 (16.2 (29.5:1 <1.0) 1219 (48.4:1 <1. W 500 300 500 200 300 200 300 250 300 250 300 250 Weight kg (lb) 16.1 (15.9 (2.5) Length mm (in) 1829 (72.3 (17.4) 11.0) 318 (12.4) 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).0) 12.0 8.5) 14.4:1 <1.0) 305 (12.7 USLS dB 17 17 15 15 15 17 15 15 15 15 — — F/B dB 25 25 28 35 28 20 30 35 27 27 25 30 Isolation dB — — — — — — — — — — — — VSWR <1.1) 15.3 (16.0 (14.2 (13.0) 1219 (48. *Teletilt® remote electrical tilt compatible.0) 254 (10.0) 1219 (48.5) 213 (8.1) 15.0 15.1 (16.4 (17.0 4.4:1 <1.Dual Band 806–960/1710–2180 MHz 80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).0) 330 (13. W 500 250 Weight kg (lb) 12.9) 1306 (51.0) Length mm (in) 1219 (48.5:1 <1.4:1 <1.8:1 <1.8:1 Max.7 (17.2 (18.0 5.0 (16.5 (21.0) 13.2 (18.0) 12.4:1 — <1.0 (44.5) 2451 (96.0) 330 (13.0) 20. Input Power.3) 12.8 8.1) 4.4:1 <1.5:1 <1.0) 6.0) 1219 (48.0 (17.0) 305 (12.9 (13.7 (28.5 8.0 15.35:1 <1.7 (28.9 (15.3) Width mm (in) 305 (12.4:1 <1.0) 2451 (96.4:1 Max.8) 4.3 USLS dB 20 15 15 17 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 F/B dB 25 28 28 32 26 27 26 30 30 35 30 35 Isolation dB >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >28 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 VSWR <1.0) 9.9) 2055 (80.0) 12.4:1 <1. Input Power.3 (17.5 (21.5 (8.5:1 <1.0 5.0) 12.5) 264 (10.0) 14. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.6) 6. Please see www.4) 2055 (80.0) 1232 (48.0) 11.0 10.2 (16.0 60.2) 13.0) 20.0 27.8 9.5 (21.0) 8.5) 2449 (96.4) 2449 (96.4) 391 (15.3 (16.5 (16.6 (10.0) 254 (10.0) 305 (12.8 16.0) 1524 (60.0 (17.5:1 <1.0 14.5) 267 (10.4:1 <1.0 (17.0 4.4:1 <1.5 USLS dB 15 15 F/B dB 26 30 Isolation dB VSWR — <1.5) 16.0 7.5) 22.4:1 <1.5 (15.2 (27.0) 22.4:1 <1. Input Power.0) 19.5) 305 (12.6) 15.45:1 <1.0 (44.5) 14.9) 2446 (96.3) 1227 (48.4) 2449 (96.3 (16.

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1800/1900/UMTS ANTENNAS  1710–1880 MHz  1710–2180 MHz  1850–1990 MHz  1920–2180 MHz .

which offers a myriad of benefits. providing the best results over front-to-back ratio and rapid roll-offs D Constructed to provide outstanding unit-to-unit repeatability and excellent IM performance D Packaged in an attractive. Andrew’s DualPol® panel antennas provide excellent RF performance with superior gain per unit length. optimal pattern shaping. as well as null filling in the FR series models D Variable electrical tilt models are independently field adjustable with a large selection of models that are fully compatible with Andrew’s Teletilt® remote electrical tilt (RET) system D Superior passive intermodulation (PIM) suppression is achieved using Andrew’s unique SureFlex™ phase cable technology Directed Dipole™ Panel Antennas Andrew features both vertically polarized and DualPol models in the Directed Dipole™ panel antenna family.andrew. and field adjustable models in the Andrew DualPol antenna portfolio offer a wide selection of compact antenna solutions. offering great pattern definition with greater than 35 dB front-to-back ratio D Features exceptional RF control in the azimuth plane. D Dual DualPol models in the ADFD and DR antenna series package two independent DualPol antennas under one radome D Wideband performance models in the HBX. including models designed with no wings.  HBX Series Wideband.1800/1900/UMTS Features and Benefits DualPol® Panel Antennas The technology leader.  FR65-17 Series D Uniquely designed with log periodic performance. and state-of-the-art construction producing consistent unit-to-unit repeatability.com 30 30° 330° 40 50 60 290 270 230 0° 20 300 60 290 200 10 310 50 300 210 0 320 40 220 350 330 30 320 300° 60° 70 80 90 -35-30-25-20-15-10 -5 270° -30 -20 -10 0 100 250 110 240 120 230 240° 120° 130 220 140 210 150 200 190 180 170 160 210° 150° 180°  HBX-6516DS-VTM Provides exceptional pattern shaping Exceptional cross polar discrimination 90° . this family of antennas is a perfect choice for instances where facing tough zoning laws  932LG Series 340 350 0 10 340 20 330 310 70 280 80 280 90 270 100 260 -35-30-25-20-15-10 -5 260 250 110 240 120 130 140 150 190 180 170 160  932LG65VTE-B Superior roll-off and F/B ratio 20 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. slim profile. UMWD. dual DualPol. and ADFD series use advanced phase shifter technology to provide excellent RF performance over the entire 1710–2170 MHz band D DualPol technology in the RR and FR series provides exceptional upper sidelobe suppression.

3400–3600) 5 = WiMAX (5150–5875) POLARIZATION H = Horizontal Pol V = Vertical Pol X = DualPol® XX = Dual DualPol® (Quad) XXX = Triple DualPol® PATTERN SHAPE–AZIMUTH D = Standard Dipole L = Directed Dipole™ PATTERN SHAPE–ELEVATION F = Optimized Null Fill G = Optimized Gain S = Heavy Upper Sidelobe Suppression (USLS) CONNECTOR OPTION A = 7–16 DIN. L.andrew. 1710–2170 MHz *ADFD model numbers show the horizontal BW for both DualPol arrays and exclude the gain. Female (Bottom) MOUNTING HARDWARE H = High Environment Downtilt Mount and Pipe Mount M = Standard Downtilt Mount and Pipe Mount Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. TILT OPTION # = Degree of Fixed Tilt XD = Variable Electrical Tilt R2 = ATC200 Teletilt® RET Ready CONNECTOR TYPE D = 7–16 DIN.com 21 . FREQUENCY BAND (MHz) (Shown in Frequency Order) U = 410–500 L = 806–960 H = 1710–2180 W = 2300–5875 FREQUENCY GROUP (Shown in Frequency Order with Band in MHz) B = Broadband (Covers entire U. 1710–2170 MHz CTSG = Optimized Gain. Vertical Pol. 1710–2170 MHz UMWD = DualPol®. or H Freq. Azimuth Tilt Option (A) - VT Connector Option M Mounting Hardware EXTENDED WARRANTY All Andrew sector base station antennas featuring 7–16 DIN connectors carry a 5-year extended warranty. Band) C = 800 MHz (806–896) G = GSM900 (870–960) K = GSM1800 (1710–1880) P = 1900 MHz (1850–1990) U = UMTS (1920–2180) 2 = WiMAX (2300–2700. 806–960 MHz PCS = Vertical Pol. Side-By-Side). 2495–2690) 3 = WiMAX (3300–3800. TECHNOLOGY GROUP ADFD* = Dual DualPol® (Quad. DualPol®.1800/1900/UMTS Single Band Sector Base Station Antenna Model Number Sequences Typical Style 1 – Model Number Sequence Frequency Band H Gain in dBd Polarization B X Frequency Group - 65 Pattern Shape. Female (Back) No Character = 7–16 DIN. Elevation 16 Horizontal BW D S Pattern Shape. Female (Bottom) TILT OPTION T# = Degree of Fixed Tilt VT = Variable Electrical Tilt R2 = ATC200 Teletilt® RET Ready MOUNTING HARDWARE M = Standard Downtilt Mount and Pipe Mount Typical Style 2 – Model Number Sequence Technology Group UMWD Gain in dBd - 065 16 Connector Type - Horizontal BW 4 D Tilt Option H Mounting Hardware EXTENDED WARRANTY All Andrew sector base station antennas featuring 7–16 DIN connectors carry a 5-year extended warranty. 806–960 MHz CTSDG = Optimized Gain. 1710–1990 MHz UMW = Vertical Pol.

Directed Dipole™ QDG = Optimized Gain.andrew. Vertical Pol G = Optimized Gain. Dual DualPol® (Side-By-Side) Typical Style 4 – Model Number Sequence Technology Group RR Connector Type Gain 65 - 17 Horizontal Beamwidth - 02 Tilt Option D Heavy USLS P Frequency Band L x Other EXTENDED WARRANTY All Andrew sector base station antennas featuring 7–16 DIN connectors carry a 5-year extended warranty. DualPol® RV = Optimized Gain. Vertically Polarized TR = Triple DualPol® GAIN Shown in dBd for 800/900 MHz Models Shown in dBi for 1800/1900 MHz/UMTS Models TILT OPTION ## = Degree of Fixed Tilt V = Variable Electrical Tilt 22 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. TECHNOLOGY GROUP F = Optimized Null Fill.com CONNECTOR TYPE D = 7–16 DIN. Heavy USLS. Vertically Polarized LG = Optimized Gain. Female (Back) FREQUENCY BAND (MHz) (Shown in Frequency Order) C = 420–572 SY = 870–960 A = 740–801 KL = 1710–1880 XT = 806–869 M = 1850–1990 SX = 806–896 B = 1710–2170 XC = 824–896 U = 1920–2170 XY = 806–960 SR = 2100–2700 Vertical BW can be estimated based on the # of stacked radiators.1800/1900/UMTS Single Band Sector Base Station Antenna Model Number Sequences Typical Style 3 – Model Number Sequence Fixed 0º No. DualPol®. FREQUENCY GROUP (Shown in Frequency Order) 6x = UHF 8x = 800/900 MHz 9x = 1800/1900 MHz/UMTS/WiMAX NUMBER OF STACKED RADIATORS 800/900 MHz Models: Equals length of antenna (ft) 1710–2170 MHz Models: Equals 2x length of antenna (ft) TILT OPTION None = 0° Fixed Tilt T# = Degree of Fixed Tilt VT = Variable Electrical Tilt R2 = ATC200 Teletilt® RET Ready CONNECTOR TYPE E = 7–16 DIN. DualPol® FV = Optimized Null Fill. Stacked Radiators (DB) 8x x Frequency Group Horizontal Beamwidth DG Connector Type 65 Technology Group T6 E - Tilt Option SX Frequency Band EXTENDED WARRANTY All Andrew sector base station antennas featuring 7–16 DIN connectors carry a 5-year extended warranty. Vertical Pol DG = Optimized Gain. Heavy USLS. TECHNOLOGY GROUP DR = Dual DualPol® (Quad) FR = Optimized Null Fill. Female (Back) FREQUENCY BAND (MHz) (Shown in Frequency Order) A = 806–896 B = 806–960 P = 1850–1990 U = 1710–2180 Y = 2500–2700 OTHER (A dash may precede this character) # = Design Revision Level Q = Side-By-Side R = Factory Installed Actuator 12 = 12 inch Width . by dividing the # of stacked radiators into 60 (Ex: 60 divided by 4 stacked radiators z 15° Vertical BW). DualPol® H = Conventional USLS. Heavy USLS. Heavy USLS. USLS. Vertically Polarized RR = Optimized Gain. Female (Bottom) A = 7–16 DIN.

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W 200 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 Weight kg (lb) 17.0 (18.0 (19.1 (46.com 23 .8 (18.6) 269 (10.0) 813 (32.4:1 >30 <1.0 (18.1 (19.4 (19.9) 13.0) 203 (8.8 6.5 (9.5) 18.0) 17.1) 18.0) 7.8 (37.1 12.4) 2057 (81.5) 1461 (57.5 (17.5 (40.0) 200 (7.0) 1422 (56.0) 305 (12.7 (28.1 (20.8 6.0) 13.0) 178 (7.6) HBW degrees 33 33 33 33 33 33 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 VBW degrees 6.4) 1219 (48.6) 18.0) 9.4 4.2) 17.0) 16.7) 15.2) 173 (6.5:1 >30 <1.0 6.8) 208 (8.5) 1524 (60. *Teletilt ® remote electrical tilt compatible.8) 203 (8.5) 1902 (74.5 USLS dB 17 20 15 17 18 20 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 17 20 17 18 18 18 18 18 16 15 17 18 16 15 16 F/B dB 32 28 30 25 25 35 34 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 35 35 35 25 30 34 34 30 32 30 30 26 35 30 29 30 30 30 Isolation dB VSWR >30 <1.4 (19.0) 178 (7.2 4.8) 173 (6.0) 6.0) 1306 (51.1) 17.0) 7.8) 165 (6.5:1 Max.4 (17.6) 269 (10. Input Power.0 7.6 (17.2) 165 (6.7) 18.1 (20.2) 2.0 (13.6 (17.5:1 >30 <1.7 6. Dual Polarization Model *ADFD1820-3333B-XDM HBX-3319DS-T0M HBX-3319DS-T2M *HBX-3319DS-VTM HBX-3318ESA-T2M HBX-3318ESA-T4M HBX-4515ESA-T4M HBX-4517ESA-T2M HBX-4517ESA-T4M HBX-4517ESA-T6M *HBX-4517DS-VTM *UMWD-04517-XDM *HBX-4519DS-VTM *UMWD-04519-XDM Type DualPol® quad DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 Tilt degrees 0–7 0 2 0–9 2 4 4 2 4 6 0–7 0–7 0–5 0–5 Gain dBd (dBi) 18.4:1 >30 <1.4:1 >30 <1.9 4.1 (13.4 (19.7 (17.3) 18.4:1 >30 <1.0 7.5 (20.0) 16.5 (17.7 (17.3 (16.4) 772 (30.5 6.5:1 >30 <1.4:1 >30 <1.5) 1935 (76.6) 18.2 (29.0) 203 (8.2) Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).5) 1308 (51.5 (20.6) 305 (12.9) 4.9 (4.0 6.3) 2017 (79.2) 1935 (76.6) Width mm (in) 173 (6.4) 772 (30.0) 8.0) 9. All specifications are subject to change.1) 15.4) 696 (27.0) 7.0 4.6) 15.8 (14.0) 173 (6.0 6.4:1 >30 <1.3 6.0) 1613 (63.4 (17.4:1 >30 <1.0) 2055 (80.3 (36.6) HBW degrees 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 VBW degrees 22.5) 13.1 (20.4:1 Max.9 (18.4) 3.35:1 >30 <1.7 7.6) 18.4 4.2 7.4:1 >30 <1.0) Length mm (in) 384 (15.0) 1461 (57.5:1 >30 <1.2) 15.0) 1295 (51.0 (17.0 6.5:1 >30 <1.5) 17.3 (9. Dual Polarization Model HBX-6511DS-T10M *HBX-6513DS-VTM *HBXX-6513DS-VTM UMWD-06513-0DH UMWD-06513-6DH *931LG65VTE-B HBX-6516DS-T0M HBX-6516DS-T2M HBX-6516DS-T4M *HBX-6516DS-VTM *HBXX-6516DS-VTM DB932DG65EKL 932DG65T2EKL 932DG65T4EKL 932DG65T6EKL *932LG65VTE-B *932LG65VTE-B-H *932QLG65VTEB UMWD-06516-6DH HBX-6516ESA-T2M HBX-6516ESA-T4M HBX-6516ESA-T6M RR65-18-VDUL2 *SBH-2D6516 *HBX-6517DS-VTM *HBXX-6517DS-VTM *CSH-6516A-VT *936LG65VTE-B UMWD-06517-0DH UMWD-06517-2DH UMWD-06517-4DH UMWD-06519-0DH UMWD-06519-2DH Type DualPol® DualPol DualPol quad DualPol DualPol Directed Dipole™ DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol quad DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol Directed Dipole Directed Dipole DualPol quad DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol SmartBeam™ DualPol DualPol quad DualPol tri-sector Directed Dipole DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–1880 1710–1880 1710–1880 1710–1880 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 Tilt degrees 10 0–18 0–12 0 6 0–8 0 2 4 0–10 0–10 0 2 4 6 0–8 0–8 0–8 6 2 4 6 0–10 0–10 0–6 0–6 2–10 0–5 0 2 4 0 2 Gain dBd (dBi) 10.0) 5.4:1 >30 <1.7 7.0 13.5 (9.4:1 >30 <1.3 (9.2 12.7 (28.0 6.0) 8.4 (17. Input Power.0) 7.0) 13.8) 173 (6.5) 1392 (54.5) 6.2 6.6 (30.5 (20.5) 4.1 (15.1) 17.9 (18.9 (18.2) 6.0) Length mm (in) 1448 (57.1) 16.6) 4.7) 7.4 USLS dB 17 20 20 15 17 17 20 23 20 19 15 15 16 16 F/B dB 40 40 38 35 35 35 35 41 30 39 30 30 32 32 Isolation dB VSWR >30 <1. length (ascending order).9 (18.5) 165 (6.4:1 >30 <1.4:1 >30 <1.2 (18.5 6.4:1 >30 <1.2 6.7) 21.4:1 >30 <1.6) 269 (10.0 (18.6 (30.5 3.2 (29.3 (20.4:1 >30 <1.0) 305 (12.0) 13.5) 1308 (51.0) 1219 (48.0) 305 (12.2 (38.8 (14.6) 18.1 (20.0) 16.0) 203 (8.5 7.7) 15. then tilt.5) 14.0) 3.0) 1422 (56.0) 7.9) 13.6 6.2) 13.2) 208 (8. W 100 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 300 250 250 250 200 250 250 250 250 300 300 Weight kg (lb) 1.1) 15.5 (12.4) 1306 (51.1 (19.5) 17.1) 17.4:1 >30 <1.5) 168 (6.1) 17.0) 15.5 (18.0) 8.0 6. 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W kg (lb) 200 3.2 (18.5 4.0 7.7) 10.5 USLS dB — 16 F/B dB 20 22 Isolation dB VSWR — <1.0 6.0) 1473 (58.3 (16.0) 1930 (76.4:1 Max.2 (17.0 (12.0) 173 (6.0) Length mm (in) 1306 (51.0) 5. 24 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.1) 5.4:1 — <1.4 (12. Please see www.9) 15.8 (18.0) 5.0 4.3) Length mm (in) 1227 (48. *Teletilt® remote electrical tilt compatible.0) 8.0 (11.5 (16.8) 152 (6.4:1 — <1.4) 360° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).4:1 — <1.9 (10.8) 173 (6.8) 173 (6.0 8.5) 14.andrew.8 (2.6) 14.0) 7.4 (12.5 (17.5 (16.9) Width mm (in) 173 (6.0) 6.0 5.2) 14.5 4.0) Width mm (in) 305 (12.0) 1473 (58.4:1 >30 <1. then tilt.4 (12.5) Length mm (in) 1961 (77.8) 173 (6.8) 173 (6.0) 4.1) 16.8) Width mm (in) 173 (6.2) 8. W 250 250 300 250 250 250 300 300 300 Weight kg (lb) 5. Vertical Polarization Model PCS-06509-0DM PCS-06515-0DH *HBV-6516LS-VTM UMW-06516-0DH UMW-06516-2DH UMW-06516-4DH 950F65T2ZE-B UMW-06517-2DH Type Sector Sector Directed Dipole™ Sector Sector Sector Directed Dipole Sector Frequency (MHz) 1710–1990 1710–1990 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 Tilt degrees 0 0 0–7 0 2 4 2 2 Gain dBd (dBi) 8.1 (18.5:1 >30 <1.4) 1311 (51.4:1 >30 <1.4:1 >30 <1.2) 16.4 (12.2 (18. Input Weight Power.2 6.6) >105° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).0) 80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).4:1 Max.8) 5.5:1 >30 <1.8) 173 (6. W 250 250 300 250 250 250 250 250 Weight kg (lb) 1.4:1 — <1.0 7.8) 173 (6. Dual Polarization Model UMWD-09014B-0DH UMWD-09014B-2DH *UMWD-09014B-XDH *ADFD1820-9090B-XDM UMWD-09014-4DH UMWD-09014-6DH UMWD-09016-2DH UMWD-09016-4DH *UMWD-09016-XDH Type DualPol® DualPol DualPol DualPol quad DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 Tilt degrees 0 2 0–8 0–8 4 6 2 4 0–5 Gain dBd (dBi) 14.0) 7.0 4.6) 16.9) Width mm (in) 173 (6.4:1 — <1.0 7.8 (16.2) 15.0 — — — <1. Input Power.5 7.8) 173 (6.com for the most current information. All specifications are subject to change.7 (3. W kg (lb) 50 1.5) Length mm (in) 267 (10.5 (10.3) 16.0) Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).8) 173 (6.0) 1524 (60.2 (18.0) 1473 (58.0 18 35 — <2.9 (18.0) 7.1 (16.7 (17.1 (16.2 (18.0 (18.1 (18. Vertical Polarization Model DB992HG28N-B Type Sector Frequency (MHz) 1710–2490 Tilt Gain degrees dBd (dBi) 0 14.4:1 — <1.0 6.4 (16.6) 14.8) Max.4 (16.4:1 Max.2) 16. Vertical Polarization Model PCS-09014-0DH PCS-09014-2DH UMW-09015-0DH UMW-09015-2DH UMW-09015-4DH PCS-09016-0DH UMW-09016-2DH Type Sector Sector Sector Sector Sector Sector Sector Frequency (MHz) 1710–1990 1710–1990 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–1990 1710–2180 Tilt degrees 0 2 0 2 4 0 2 Gain dBd (dBi) 14.5:1 >30 <1.6) 15.1800/1900/UMTS 1710–1880 MHz 80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).6 (16.0 6.2) 16.9 (10.0 (22.4 (16.0) 5.4 (16.3) 1227 (48.4:1 — <1.8) 173 (6.5) 14.1) HBW VBW USLS F/B Isolation degrees degrees dB dB dB VSWR 360 5.3 USLS dB 15 15 17 16 16 15 15 F/B dB 25 25 30 26 27 27 30 Isolation dB VSWR — <1. Input Power.0 (13.8) 15.6) 1387 (54.0) 5.0) 16.0) 8.4) 14.4:1 — <1.0 6.0 6.4:1 >30 <1.andrew.5:1 >30 <1.5) 14.5 (16.0 5. W 250 250 Weight kg (lb) 8.4 (3.9 (17.5 (16.0) HBW VBW USLS F/B Isolation degrees degrees dB dB dB VSWR 28 25.9) HBW degrees 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 VBW degrees 40.9) Width mm (in) 173 (6.5 4.0) HBW degrees 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 VBW degrees 7.3) 7.0) 14.6) 1387 (54. Input Weight Power.4) 1306 (51.8) HBW degrees 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 VBW degrees 8.0) Length mm (in) 305 (12.2) 1953 (76.3) 1473 (58.8) 173 (6.0) 1953 (76.0 6.9 (18.4 (12.5 (12.4 (16.0) 173 (6.5 6.0 (13.8) 178 (7.4 (16.com .8) Length mm (in) 2108 (83.8) 2052 (80.8) 173 (6. W 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 Weight kg (lb) 4.5 7.1) 15.0) Radome OD mm (in) 50.3) 1367 (53.0:1 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).6 (8.5 (10.8) 4.3 (11.5 USLS dB 15 17 18 17 17 16 20 14 F/B dB 25 30 36 28 26 28 38 30 Isolation dB VSWR — <1. Vertical Polarization Model PCS-11015-0DH PCS-11015-2DH Type Sector Sector Frequency (MHz) 1710–1990 1710–1990 Tilt degrees 0 2 Gain dBd (dBi) 14. length (ascending order).4:1 — <1.0 (18. Input Power.5:1 Max.8) 173 (6.6) 2052 (80.4:1 — <1. Input Power.9 (17.8) 307 (12.7) 14.1 (18.0 (11.8) 173 (6.8) 2052 (80.0 6.0) 5.0) 5.4:1 — <1.4) 1306 (51.8) 173 (6. Vertical Polarization Model DB910CE-KL Type Omni Frequency (MHz) 1710–1880 Tilt Gain degrees dBd (dBi) 0 10.4 (12.4:1 — <1.0) 1473 (58.0) 1953 (76.3 (16.0) 5.0) <60° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).8) HBW degrees 110 110 VBW degrees 4.2) 6.5 (18.5) 14.4:1 — <1.8) 173 (6.5) 1227 (48.1) 173 (6.4 (12.3 USLS dB 18 20 15 15 15 15 20 16 15 F/B dB 29 30 25 30 25 25 30 34 30 Isolation dB VSWR >30 <1.8) 173 (6.7) 5.4:1 — <1.5:1 Max.8) 1473 (58.

9) 4.6 (17.0 (19.5 (20.9 (4.0) 9.0) 7.2) 13.6) 18.8) 165 (6.com for the most current information.0) 1422 (56.5) 13.4:1 >30 <1.5) 1389 (54.4:1 >30 <1.5 6.7 (17.8) 208 (8.7 (17.0) 269 (10.0) 16.0) 17.7 (28.0 (19.8 6.9) 13.5) 1935 (76.4 (19.3 (16.4:1 >30 <1.2) Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).0) 13.4:1 Max.6) 269 (10.7 6.5) 1308 (51.9 (17.4:1 >30 <1.5 (20.9 4.7 7.0) 7.5:1 >30 <1.7) 15.0) 208 (8.9) 12.0 13.6) HBW degrees 33 33 33 33 33 33 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 VBW degrees 6.4) 3.0 13.4) 772 (30.0) 1306 (51.35:1 >30 <1.8) 173 (6.0) 203 (8.4:1 >30 <1.0) 203 (8.9 (18.0) 7.6) 18.2) 6.4 (17.6) 269 (10.4:1 >30 <1.5 (18.5:1 >30 <1.5) 6.5) 1461 (57.0 (13.0) 16. Input Power.5) 1461 (57.0) 203 (8.5 6.5 (20.0 4.5 (9.4) 1293 (50.1 (15.4) 15.5 (20.6 (17.4:1 >30 <1.9) 15.9) 2047 (80.2 7.4:1 >30 <1.6) HBW degrees 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 VBW degrees 22.9 (17.2) 6.3 (16.0 12. Input Power.0) 305 (12.com 25 .1 (13.0 6.2) 414 (16.4:1 >30 <1.5:1 >30 <1.5 (40.0) 1461 (57.1 (46.0) 16.4:1 >30 <1.4 4.4:1 >30 <1.5) 17.7) 7.1 (13.0) 173 (6.9) 208 (8.0 (19.0) 8.4:1 >30 <1.2) 173 (6.4 (19.4:1 >30 <1.2 3.6 (17. then tilt.4:1 >30 <1.3 6.4:1 >30 <1.7) 1392 (54.0) 15.0) 200 (7.0) 305 (12.8) 203 (8.0) 13.8 6.andrew.0) 8.5 (17.0) 1422 (56.1 (19.4:1 >30 <1.2) 1935 (76.7 6.0) Length mm (in) 384 (15.2 4.1) 17.5:1 >30 <1.2 4.8 (14.0 (13.0) 6.2 6.4) 1306 (51.0 (19.0) 7.1 (15.0) 1613 (63.1 (19.6) 15.andrew.1) 17.4) 18.5:1 >30 <1.4) 772 (30.0) 1219 (48.5 7.6) 18.0 (18.2) 14.1) 17.0 (18.8) 173 (6.0) 15.2 6.2) Width mm (in) 564 (22.6 (8.8) 173 (6.1800/1900/UMTS 1710–2180 MHz <60° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).7) 15.1 (20.5 6.0) 12.8) 173 (6.8 (18.5) 7.6) 2174 (85.7 (17.6) Width mm (in) 173 (6.9) 1989 (78.0 6.3) 173 (6.1 (20.0) 7.5 (9.4 USLS dB 17 20 20 15 17 17 20 23 20 19 15 15 16 16 F/B dB 40 40 38 35 35 35 35 41 30 39 30 30 32 32 Isolation dB VSWR >30 <1.35:1 >30 <1.4) 696 (27.8) 1422 (56.0) 1422 (56.5) 165 (6.3) 18.5:1 >30 <1.0 (18.6) 305 (12.9) 13.5) 1524 (60.3 (36.2) 2.8) 173 (6.5 (20.4) 1219 (48.7 (17.6) 269 (10.4:1 >30 <1.0 (13.5) 6.7 4.2 (20.6) 2174 (85.5) 16.5 USLS dB 17 20 15 17 18 20 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 20 17 16 17 20 17 18 18 18 18 18 16 15 17 18 16 15 16 F/B dB 32 28 30 25 25 35 34 30 30 30 30 35 35 35 25 30 25 25 30 34 34 30 32 30 30 26 35 30 29 30 30 30 Isolation dB VSWR >30 <1.4) 1306 (51.0) 4.0) 305 (12.6) 18.5:1 >30 <1.5:1 >30 <1.5) 305 (12.0) 8.0) 1524 (60.1 (20.0) 13.6) 18. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.2 (18.5) 18.6) 9.5 (9. length (ascending order).5:1 >30 <1.0 (18.6) 305 (12.0) 305 (12.5) 1308 (51.5) 1461 (57.2 (18.5) 15.0 (17.6 (5. W 100 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 300 250 250 250 200 250 250 250 250 300 300 Weight kg (lb) 1.1 (20.5:1 >30 <1.7) 15.4:1 >30 <1.0 6.9 (18.2) 208 (8.6) 269 (10.5) 15.1) 17.0 6.6) 269 (10.4 (17. W 200 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 Weight kg (lb) 17.5 (20.0) 203 (8.1) 16.5:1 >30 <1.4:1 >30 <1. All specifications are subject to change.2) 6.3 (36.9 (13.0) 5.6) 16.0) Length mm (in) 1448 (57.0) 7.4:1 >30 <1.0 (19.1 (13.0) 813 (32.5:1 >30 <1.5 (17.7) 18.5 3.7) 1389 (54.0) 7.2 12.0) 2055 (80.4:1 >30 <1.3) 2017 (79.2 (29.7 (28.5 (9.4:1 >30 <1.0) 15.5:1 >30 <1.5) 17.0 (13.1) 15. *Teletilt ® remote electrical tilt compatible.2) 15.4 (17.9) 17.8) 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).7 6. Dual Polarization Model *ADFD1820-3333B-XDM HBX-3319DS-T0M HBX-3319DS-T2M *HBX-3319DS-VTM HBX-3318ESA-T2M HBX-3318ESA-T4M HBX-4515ESA-T4M HBX-4517ESA-T2M HBX-4517ESA-T4M HBX-4517ESA-T6M *HBX-4517DS-VTM *UMWD-04517-XDM *HBX-4519DS-VTM *UMWD-04519-XDM Type DualPol® quad DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 Tilt degrees 0–7 0 2 0–9 2 4 4 2 4 6 0–7 0–7 0–5 0–5 Gain dBd (dBi) 18.0) 1461 (57.6) 12.1) 17.4:1 >30 <1.2 (38.8 (14.0 6.0) 3.9 (18.5) 1902 (74.0 6.2 (29.4 4.0 7.2) 269 (10.5) 165 (6.7) 1389 (54.9) 4.8) 173 (6.0) 1219 (48.4) 1306 (51.0) 9.6 (30.8 6.8 (17.5:1 Max.4 (17.5) 14.0) 13.1 12.3 (20.9 (17.0) 305 (12.0) 16.8) 173 (6.9 (30.2 6.0) 9.2) 165 (6. Please see www.6) 305 (12.2) 6.0 6.1) 696 (27.4:1 >30 <1.0) 168 (6.1) 16.7) 21.3 (20.8) 173 (6.0 6.4:1 >30 <1.4) 2057 (81.2) 17.9) 1308 (51.6 (30.6 (8.5) 168 (6.5:1 >30 <1.7 (17.5 (12.1 (20.4:1 >30 <1.0 6.0) 12.0 6.4 (19. Dual Polarization Model HBX-6511DS-T10M *HBX-6513DS-VTM *HBXX-6513DS-VTM UMWD-06513-0DH UMWD-06513-6DH *931LG65VTE-B HBX-6516DS-T0M HBX-6516DS-T2M HBX-6516DS-T4M *HBX-6516DS-VTM *HBXX-6516DS-VTM *932LG65VTE-B *932LG65VTE-B-H *932QLG65VTEB UMWD-06516-0DH UMWD-06516-2DH UMWD-06516-4DH UMWD-06516-6DH HBX-6516ESA-T2M HBX-6516ESA-T4M HBX-6516ESA-T6M RR65-18-VDUL2 *SBH-2D6516 *HBX-6517DS-VTM *HBXX-6517DS-VTM *CSH-6516A-VT *936LG65VTE-B UMWD-06517-0DH UMWD-06517-2DH UMWD-06517-4DH UMWD-06519-0DH UMWD-06519-2DH Type DualPol® DualPol DualPol quad DualPol DualPol Directed Dipole™ DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol quad Directed Dipole Directed Dipole DualPol quad DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol SmartBeam™ DualPol DualPol quad DualPol tri-sector Directed Dipole DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 Tilt degrees 10 0–18 0–12 0 6 0–8 0 2 4 0–10 0–10 0–8 0–8 0–8 0 2 4 6 2 4 6 0–10 0–10 0–6 0–6 2–10 0–5 0 2 4 0 2 Gain dBd (dBi) 10.0) 1219 (48.7 7.2 (29.9) 4.7 (17.1) 15.8 (37.0 4.9) 1902 (74.1) 18.6 6.5:1 >30 <1.4:1 >30 <1.

8 (16.8) 173 (6.4 (12. Input Weight Power.0 6. Vertical Polarization Model *HBV-6516LS-VTM UMW-06516-0DH UMW-06516-2DH UMW-06516-4DH 950F65T2ZE-B UMW-06517-2DH Type Directed Dipole™ Sector Sector Sector Directed Dipole Sector Frequency (MHz) 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 Tilt degrees 0–7 0 2 4 2 2 Gain dBd (dBi) 16.4) 1306 (51.0 (11.8) VBW degrees 6.4 (12.0 (13.5 (16.8) 173 (6.1 (16. Dual Polarization Model UMWD-09014B-0DH UMWD-09014B-2DH *UMWD-09014B-XDH *ADFD1820-9090B-XDM UMWD-09014-4DH UMWD-09014-6DH UMWD-09016-2DH UMWD-09016-4DH *UMWD-09016-XDH Type DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol quad DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 Tilt degrees 0 2 0–8 0–8 4 6 2 4 0–5 Gain dBd (dBi) 14.0) 5. All specifications are subject to change.4:1 — <1.2) 6.6) 1387 (54.9) Width mm (in) 173 (6.5) 14.com .1) 16. Input Power.0) 1473 (58.0) Width mm (in) 305 (12.2) 15.5 (10.0 4.5) 14.4 (16.8) 173 (6.2 (18.4 (3.0 5.7) 14.4) 1311 (51. Vertical Polarization Model UMW-09015-0DH UMW-09015-2DH UMW-09015-4DH UMW-09016-2DH Type Sector Sector Sector Sector Frequency (MHz) 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2180 Tilt degrees 0 2 4 2 Gain dBd (dBi) 14.8) 173 (6.0) 5.0) 8.8) 173 (6.4 (12.4 (12.1 (18.0 6.0) 1524 (60.8) 173 (6.5) Length mm (in) 1367 (53.4:1 — <1.6 (16.andrew.8) 173 (6.5 USLS dB 18 17 17 16 20 14 F/B dB 36 28 26 28 38 30 Isolation dB VSWR — <1.0) 7.4:1 — <1.0:1 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).com for the most current information.4:1 >30 <1.6) 14.8) Max.0 18 35 — <2.8) 2052 (80.9 (18.8) Width mm (in) 173 (6.0) 1473 (58.9) 15.9) HBW degrees 65 65 65 65 65 65 VBW degrees 6.8) 152 (6.9 (17.3 (11.4) 1306 (51.9 (17.7) 10. W 250 250 300 250 250 250 300 300 300 Weight kg (lb) 5. Input Power.9 (18.4:1 >30 <1.4:1 >30 <1.8) 173 (6.0 (11.0) 4.2) 16.0) 173 (6.0) 14.0) Length mm (in) 305 (12.6) HBW degrees 90 90 90 90 Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).5:1 >30 <1.0 7.8) 1473 (58.0) 6. W kg (lb) 50 1.8) 173 (6.4 (12.4:1 Max.1 (18.5:1 >30 <1.0) 5.2) 16.8) 2052 (80. then tilt.4:1 — <1.0 (18. W 250 250 250 250 Weight kg (lb) 5.0) 5.0) 5.0) <60° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).5 (16. length (ascending order).4 (16.2 6.5 7.8) 307 (12.8 (18.0) 1473 (58.0) 1953 (76.4:1 — <1.0) 1473 (58.5:1 >30 <1. Vertical Polarization Model DB992HG28N-B Type Sector Frequency (MHz) 1710–2490 Tilt Gain degrees dBd (dBi) 0 14.0) 16.1) 173 (6.5 (18.4) 14.4:1 — <1.1800/1900/UMTS 1710–2180 MHz 80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).5 (12.1) 15.0 (22.4:1 Max.1 (18.5 4.6) 16.8) 173 (6. W 300 250 250 250 250 250 Weight kg (lb) 5.3) Length mm (in) 1473 (58.1) 5.0 6.0) HBW VBW USLS F/B Isolation degrees degrees dB dB dB VSWR 28 25.andrew.3 USLS dB 18 20 15 15 15 15 20 16 15 F/B dB 29 30 25 30 25 25 30 34 30 Isolation dB VSWR >30 <1.2) 16.4 (12. Input Power.0 (18.0 6.9) Width mm (in) 173 (6.0 7.3 (16.0 6.5 7.0) Length mm (in) 1306 (51.2 (18.5:1 >30 <1.2 (18.8) 173 (6. *Teletilt® remote electrical tilt compatible.3 USLS dB 17 16 16 15 F/B dB 30 26 27 30 Isolation dB VSWR — <1. Please see www.6) 1387 (54.2) 14.8) 80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).0) HBW degrees 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 VBW degrees 7.0 6.0 5.0) 7.4:1 >30 <1.2) 8.0 4.0) 5.4:1 — <1.0) 8.4 (16. 26 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.0 (13.4:1 — <1.5 (17.8) 173 (6.1 (16.0) 1953 (76.5:1 Max.6) 2052 (80.

3 (20.6) 18.0) 305 (12.0) 7.2 6.4:1 >30 <1.5:1 Max.7) 15.0) 12.5:1 >30 <1.0) 813 (32.6) 305 (12.4:1 >30 <1.6) 269 (10.5 12.7 6.5 (20.2) Width mm (in) 564 (22.7) 17.6 (16.35:1 >30 <1.0 6. then tilt.1800/1900/UMTS 1850–1990 MHz <60° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).0) 305 (12.5) 1461 (57.0) 7.4:1 >30 <1.4 12.1) 18.0) 13.9 (13.4 4.5:1 >30 <1. Dual Polarization Model *ADFD1820-3333B-XDM HBX-3319DS-T0M HBX-3319DS-T2M *HBX-3319DS-VTM HBX-3318ESA-T2M HBX-3318ESA-T4M RR33-20-VDPL4 RR45-17-00DPL4 RR45-17-04DPL4 HBX-4515ESA-T4M RR45-19-00DPL4 RR45-19-02DPL4 HBX-4517ESA-T2M HBX-4517ESA-T4M HBX-4517ESA-T6M *HBX-4517DS-VTM *UMWD-04517-XDM *HBX-4519DS-VTM *UMWD-04519-XDM Type DualPol® quad DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1710–2180 1850–1990 1850–1990 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 Tilt degrees 0–7 0 2 0–9 2 4 0–10 0 4 4 0 2 2 4 6 0–7 0–7 0–5 0–5 Gain dBd (dBi) 18.0) 1461 (57.5 (18.0 (19.1 6.5 (20.35:1 >30 <1.7 (17.0) 305 (12.7 (17.4:1 >30 <1.5 (20.5 (20.0 (17.5:1 >30 <1.com 27 .7 (12.0 4.6) 18.1 (20.3) 18.5:1 >30 <1.5) 1461 (57.1) 16.andrew.0) 813 (32.35:1 >30 <1.6) 269 (10.0) 305 (12.andrew.7 6.0) 305 (12.0) 1219 (48.3 (36.2 (29.0 6.0 (19.7 (17. All specifications are subject to change.7) 14.5 (20.0) 1219 (48.35:1 >30 <1.3 (36.0) 305 (12.7 (28.5 12.0) 5.3 (20.6) 5.0) 1219 (48.0) 305 (12.0) 13.5) 1524 (60.6) 5.2 6.6) Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).7 (17.2 (29.4:1 >30 <1.0 (19.0) 16.4:1 >30 <1.0) 1524 (60.6 (16.4) 18.6 (20.0) 14.5) 1461 (57.7 6.0) 1524 (60.4:1 >30 <1.0) 13. W 200 250 250 250 250 250 300 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 Weight kg (lb) 17.4) 17.7 6.0) 13.2 (29.1) 17.1) 17.2 (38.1 (20.0) 1219 (48.0) 269 (10.2) 1935 (76. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.0) 7.0 6.7 (12.0) 12.1) 17.0) 16.0) 7.5:1 >30 <1.0) 7.0) 9.0) 305 (12. *Teletilt® remote electrical tilt compatible.0) Length mm (in) 1448 (57.6) 18.7 6.7 (28.0) 1219 (48.7 (17.2 (20.4 USLS dB 17 20 20 15 17 17 — 18 18 20 18 18 23 20 19 15 15 16 16 F/B dB 40 40 38 35 35 35 35 42 40 35 40 40 41 30 39 30 30 32 32 Isolation dB VSWR >30 <1.6) 269 (10.0) 305 (12.6) 18.0 6.0 (19.6) 18.6) 269 (10.35:1 >30 <1.6) 269 (10.0) 1461 (57.5) 1935 (76.0) 9.4:1 >30 <1.2) 269 (10.0 (19.5 6.6) HBW degrees 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 VBW degrees 6.6 (30. Please see www. Input Power.0) 305 (12.9 (20. length (ascending order).0) 813 (32.com for the most current information.1) 17.

9 (17.5) 17.5) 1829 (72.9) 13.5) 1308 (51.0) 16.3 (9.0) 203 (8.0) 1295 (51.0) 4.0) 1219 (48.5) 13.0 6.5) 6.0) 11.0) 305 (12.4:1 >30 <1.0) 1308 (51.5) 16.0) 1219 (48.33:1 >30 <1.2) 414 (16.6 (17.1) 16.4 (17.4) 1219 (48.6) 2174 (85.4 (18.0) 1295 (51.7) 15.0 (18.0) 8.35:1 >30 <1.8) 14.2) 2.0) 7.1 (15.5 6.5 (17.35:1 >30 <1.35:1 >30 <1.4 (16.0) 15.4 (18.7) 18.5 (18.33:1 >30 <1.7 7.7) 21.0) 7.9 (18.0) 8.6 (17.9) 4.4 4.33:1 >30 <1.5 6.0) 7.4 (19.35:1 >30 <1.7 (17.4 (16.5 (9.2) 6.4) 762 (30.0) 203 (8.4 (18.1) 15.4) 5.0) 1422 (56.35:1 >30 <1.7) 1389 (54.0 (18.0 7.1 (13.0) 4.0) 203 (8.5) 16.7 (17. Input Power.0) 1219 (48.35:1 >30 <1.5:1 >30 <1.4:1 >30 <1.2) 17.5 (9.0) 7.0 7.35:1 >30 <1. All specifications are subject to change.6 (30.5) 1372 (54.4) 1306 (51.5) 6.0 6.0) 15.33:1 >30 <1.8) 173 (6.0) 8.3 (16.com .4) 772 (30.com for the most current information.2) 6.2) 208 (8.3 (20.0) 178 (7.5) 13.0) 203 (8.5 (20.6 (17.8 (14.5 4.9 (17.1 (13.0 (13.4 (18.5) 6.4 (19.5 6.7 4.4:1 >30 <1.3 6.2 12.1 (19.0) 1422 (56.9) 2047 (80.0 (18.0 6.33:1 >30 <1.4:1 >30 <1.0) Width mm (in) 173 (6.0 7.4 (18.35:1 >30 <1.9) 12.4 (17.5) 17.4:1 >30 <1.4:1 >30 <1.0) 168 (6.8) 203 (8.1 (9.0) 203 (8.5 (17.4 (17.4) 1306 (51.5 (16. then tilt.1 (13.35:1 >30 <1.0) 203 (8.andrew.5:1 >30 <1.0) 1829 (72.8) 173 (6.0) 330 (13.5 4.4 (17.2) 173 (6.3) Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).5) 15.0 7.3 (16.0 (18.9 (17.8) 14.0) 1422 (56.0) 305 (12.0) 216 (8.8) 173 (6.0) 1422 (56.4:1 >30 <1.33:1 >30 <1.1 (20.5) 9.2) 14.5) 6.4:1 >30 <1.0) 2055 (80.1 (9.7) 15.1 (13.35:1 >30 <1.6 (17.4 (18.4 (25.0) 1295 (51.4:1 >30 <1.5) 15.1 (13.4:1 >30 <1.6) 1448 (57.0) 1422 (56.0) 203 (8.9 (17.0) 381 (15.5) 7.1 (15.5 (40.1) 16.6) 4.35:1 >30 <1.1) 696 (27.0) 1389 (54.1) 16.8 6.5 3.0) 203 (8.0) 1829 (72.4:1 >30 <1.8) 15.35:1 >30 <1.0) 9.6 (30.4:1 >30 <1.2) 165 (6.4 (16.2 (18.0) 330 (13.0) 178 (7.0) 173 (6.1) 16.6) 12.4 (19.0) HBW degrees 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 75 VBW degrees 22.1 (20.0 6.4) 4.5) 6.0 7.9) 15.5:1 >30 <1.8 (17.5) 6.5) 9.1 (13.0 (13.6 6.5 4.9) 17.0 (18.0) 15.0 USLS dB 17 20 15 — 17 18 — 18 17 20 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 16 18 18 18 18 20 17 16 17 18 — 20 18 18 — — 17 18 18 16 18 — — — — 15 — 18 18 16 15 17 18 16 15 16 18 F/B dB 32 28 30 38 25 25 35 35 32 35 34 30 30 30 30 32 32 40 32 32 32 32 32 35 35 35 35 25 30 25 25 34 30 30 34 34 30 30 34 34 30 35 32 34 35 38 34 35 34 30 30 26 35 30 29 30 30 30 — Isolation dB VSWR >30 <1.0 6.1 (13.0 7.3 (20.5) 14.0) 1422 (56.8) 173 (6.2 (17.5) 15.6) 16.1 (13.0) 9.9) 208 (8.35:1 >30 <1.0) 1829 (72.8) 203 (8.6) 2174 (85.1 (13.35:1 >30 <1.5 7.5 4.0 7.0) 330 (13.0) 16.1800/1900/UMTS 1850–1990 MHz 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).0 7.8 6.0) 208 (8.2 8.5:1 >30 <1.7 7.8 (18.7 (17.0 13.0 7.1 (13.8) 14.0) 1295 (51. length (ascending order). W 100 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 300 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 200 250 250 250 250 300 300 250 Weight kg (lb) 1.35:1 >30 <1.6 (8.4) 696 (27.4:1 >30 <1.9 (18.33:1 >30 <1.4 (16.0) 1829 (72.7) 15.5) 15.7) 15.5) 9.0 13.7 (17.9 (18.4) 4.5:1 >30 <1.7) 15.0 7.5 (9.5 (9.9) 4.4 (16.1 (19.0) 16.5) 6.0) 6.0 7.6) 15.0) 3.4) 4.5) 16.0 4.0) Length mm (in) 384 (15.9 (13.3) 16.5) 305 (12.7 (17.0 12.0) 203 (8.0) 11.0) 208 (8.0) 772 (30.3 (20.0) 1613 (63.9 4.35:1 >30 <1.1 (20.0) 1422 (56.4) 2057 (81.8 6.4 (18.0) 4.0) 15.6) 305 (12.5:1 >30 <1.0) 203 (8.7) 1389 (54.5:1 >30 <1.5) 15.5) 18.9) 15. 28 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.35:1 >30 <1.0 8.4:1 >30 <1.0) 1829 (72.0) 203 (8.0 (18. Dual Polarization Model HBX-6511DS-T10M *HBX-6513DS-VTM *HBXX-6513DS-VTM RR65-15-00DP UMWD-06513-0DH UMWD-06513-6DH RR65-17-00DPL2 RR65-17-02DPL2 931DG65T2E-M *931LG65VTE-B HBX-6516DS-T0M HBX-6516DS-T2M HBX-6516DS-T4M *HBX-6516DS-VTM *HBXX-6516DS-VTM DB932DG65E-M DB932QDG65EM 932LG65T2A-M 932DG65T2E-M 932QDG65T2EM 932DG65T4E-M 932QDG65T4EM 932DG65T6E-M *932LG65VTE-B *932LG65VTE-B-H *932QLG65VTEB DR65-18-02DPL2Q UMWD-06516-0DH UMWD-06516-2DH UMWD-06516-4DH UMWD-06516-6DH RR65-18-00DPL2 FR65-17-00DP HBX-6516ESA-T2M RR65-18-02DPL2 RR65-18-04DPL2 FR65-17-02DP FR65-17-04DP HBX-6516ESA-T4M HBX-6516ESA-T6M RR65-18-VDUL2 RR65-18-VDPL2 *SBH-2D6516 RR65-19-00DP DR65-19-00DPQ TR65-19-02DPQ RR65-19-02DP DR65-19-02DPQ RR65-19-04DP *HBX-6517DS-VTM *HBXX-6517DS-VTM *CSH-6516A-VT *936LG65VTE-B UMWD-06517-0DH UMWD-06517-2DH UMWD-06517-4DH UMWD-06519-0DH UMWD-06519-2DH MTRR75-17-000DPL2 Type DualPol® DualPol DualPol quad DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol Directed Dipole™ DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol quad DualPol DualPol quad Directed Dipole DualPol DualPol quad DualPol DualPol quad DualPol Directed Dipole Directed Dipole DualPol quad DualPol quad DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol SmartBeam™ DualPol DualPol quad DualPol DualPol DualPol quad DualPol DualPol DualPol quad DualPol tri-sector Directed Dipole DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol tri-sector Frequency (MHz) 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2170 1850–1990 1710–2170 1710–2170 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2180 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1850–1990 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1850–1990 1850–1990 1710–2180 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1850–1990 1710–2180 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1850–1990 Tilt degrees 10 0–18 0–12 0 0 6 0 2 2 0–8 0 2 4 0–10 0–10 0 0 2 2 2 4 4 6 0–8 0–8 0–8 2 0 2 4 6 0 0 2 2 4 2 4 4 6 0–10 2–7 0–10 0 0 2 2 2 4 0–6 0–6 2–10 0–5 0 2 4 0 2 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 10.0 6.0) 6.8 (17.5 4.0) 203 (8.4) 1306 (51.9 (18.9) 4.4:1 >30 <1.4:1 >30 <1.0) 1422 (56.0 (13.7 (17.33:1 >30 <1.9) 12.3 (16.8) 159 (6. *Teletilt ® remote electrical tilt compatible.5) 165 (6.6 (5.0) 7.9) 1295 (51.0 (13.0) 173 (6.4:1 >30 <1.0) 1295 (51.6) 305 (12.0) 203 (8.4 (12.5 4.4:1 >30 <1.0) 7.0) 7.0 7.0) 14.2 4.33:1 >30 <1.0) 178 (7.6) 14.8 (14.0 6.2) 6.5) 6.0) 1422 (56.4) 1293 (50.5) 168 (6.4 (14.0) 203 (8.9 (18.5) 17.8) 173 (6.0 6.2 6.35:1 >30 <1.8) 165 (6.6 (8.5 7.2) 13.5 (12.8) 173 (6.3 (20.0 6.0) 9.5) 14.0) 1422 (56.1 (20.0) 3.5 (32.5) 16.3) 305 (12.0) 178 (7.5) 9.5:1 >30 <1.5) 6.5) 15.2) 15.2) 14.3 (16.0 7.35:1 >30 <1.1 (46.9) 1902 (74.0) 203 (8.2 3.5) 1308 (51.4:1 >30 <1.8) 173 (6.4:1 >30 <1.5) 15.5) 165 (6.8 (37.9) 1989 (78.5) 13.5) 14.5) 178 (7.8) 1422 (56. Please see www.8) 173 (6.1) 15.1 (13.2) 6.3 (9.6) 18.0) 16.0 12.7) 1392 (54.0) 1306 (51.0 6.5) 5.5:1 >30 <1.3 (16.6 (17.3 (9.7) 7.35:1 Max.0) 1902 (74.7 (17.andrew.3) 2017 (79.5:1 >30 <1.2 4.0) 200 (7.0) 1295 (51.0 6.9 (4.5) 16.0) 203 (8.9 (30.2 (18.3 (9.4 (25.0) 1295 (51.

8) 307 (12.0) 178 (7.0) 1306 (51.8) 14.0) 1219 (48.35:1 >30 <1.0) 173 (6.6) 14.0) 330 (13. Input Power.8) 15.5) 5.0 6.0) 203 (8.0) 7.3 (16.35:1 — <1.0) 4.8) 20.8 (18.0) 16.4:1 — <1.0 4.2) 14.4 (16.5) 8.0) 6.0) 1422 (56.5 4.0) 203 (8.0) 1829 (72.4:1 — <1.1 (16.35:1 — <1.0) 1524 (60.5 USLS dB 15 16 20 20 17 18 18 18 18 17 17 16 20 17 — — 14 F/B dB 25 40 40 40 30 36 34 30 30 28 26 28 38 40 34 34 30 Isolation dB VSWR — <1.3 (9.5 6.0 (13.5) 16.5) 6.0 6.6) 16.7 (16.1) 173 (6.0) 4.2) 15.5 (10.0) 1219 (48.5) 16. length (ascending order).7 (16.7) 4.4:1 >30 <1.0) 7.6) 1387 (54.0) 173 (6.35:1 >30 <1.0 6.2 (18.3 (16.0) 5.5 (10.33:1 — <1.0) 1829 (72.1) 16.6) 14.5:1 >30 <1.5) 14.0) 4.0) 9.7 6.1) 17.4 (12.8) 14.35:1 >30 <1.1) 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).3 (11.8) 173 (6.2 (17.9 (17.0) Width mm (in) 305 (12.2) 6. then tilt.0) 1524 (60.0) 14.3 (9.5) 7.6 (19.4 (12.2) 15.5) 6.4 (16.0) 7. W 250 250 250 250 250 300 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 Weight kg (lb) 1.5) 165 (6.35:1 — <1.4:1 — <1.4) 1306 (51.5) 4.5 7.0 7.5) 6.andrew.4) 14.7) 10.0) 1422 (56.7 (3.33:1 >30 <1.5 4.2) 6.6) 1387 (54.0) HBW degrees 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 VBW degrees 7.7 (16.6 (20.6) 5.6 (19.4 (3.0 7.5 6.0) VBW degrees 40.0) 1953 (76.33:1 >30 <1.8) 2052 (80.0 6.5 6.0) 330 (13.5) 11.5 (16.0 7.0) 1219 (48.9) HBW degrees 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).0) 1295 (51.33:1 >30 <1.3 (9.3 (9.0) 165 (6.5:1 Max.0 7.0) 1473 (58.0 (11.5:1 >30 <1. Input Power.com for the most current information.2) 13.0) 1295 (51.1 (18.9 (16.0:1 — <1.2 (18.35:1 >30 <1.1) 15.0) 1295 (51.0) 305 (12.5) 4.4 (17.0) 1524 (60.3) 1367 (53.2) 14.5 5.0) 8.0) 1295 (51.0 (18.3 (11.0) 330 (13.0) 1829 (72.5 (18.4:1 >30 <1.8) 1372 (54.33:1 — <1.5) 165 (6.0 8.5 7.1) 15.5) 203 (8.com 29 .5) 8. All specifications are subject to change.7 (20.5 (12.0 (22.8) 15.3 USLS dB 18 18 15 18 15 18 15 18 20 15 15 15 15 18 18 15 — — — — 20 16 15 F/B dB 30 30 30 30 30 25 32 29 30 25 30 25 25 36 36 36 34 34 30 30 30 34 30 Isolation dB VSWR >30 <1.8) Width mm (in) 203 (8.4:1 — <1.5) 8.0 (18.5:1 >30 <1.0 6.4:1 — <1.0 6.4:1 >30 <1.0 6.5) 173 (6.8) 2052 (80.0) 152 (6.0) 7.0 7.0) 1473 (58.7 (17.0 6.4:1 — <1.0 6.4 (17.2) 15.0) 203 (8.3 (16.8) 173 (6.0) 203 (8.0) 8.4:1 — <1.0 6.0) 330 (13.5 (16.0 (22.0 6.4:1 — <1.5) 13.5) Length mm (in) 267 (10.6) 15.35:1 — <1.0 6.4:1 Max.8) <60° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).0) 1524 (60.5 4.35:1 — <1.2 (18.35:1 >30 <1.2 6.35:1 >30 <1.6) 5.5) 6.0) 203 (8.0 5.4 (12.5 7.0) 5.5) 14.6) 1422 (56.8) 14.8) HBW degrees 28 30 30 40 40 45 45 VBW degrees 25.7 (17.0 (13.4 (18.33:1 — <1.6 (19.3 (9.5 (10.7 USLS dB 18 16 — — 18 18 18 F/B dB 35 40 40 40 40 40 40 Isolation dB VSWR — <2. Input Power.3 (16.0) 152 (6.3 (9.1 (17.8) 173 (6.3 6.0) 2052 (80.0) 1295 (51.0) 7.8) 173 (6.4:1 >30 <1.0) 173 (6.5) 1219 (48.5) 16.1) 5.0 (20.8) 203 (8.0 (19.0 7.4 (12.0) 5. W 50 250 250 250 250 250 250 Weight kg (lb) 1.0 (17.2) 16.0) 8.6) 5.0) 1422 (56.4:1 — <1.0) 305 (12.0) 203 (8.4) 1311 (51.0) 7.4 (12.1 (15.5) 8.0) 1829 (72.8) 173 (6.3 (11.35:1 >30 <1.0) 5.7) 18.0) 4.0) 5.1 (18.5 (16.8) 16.0) 330 (13.5) 15. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.0) 330 (13.4) 14.7 (17.8) 173 (6.1 (15.0) 1829 (72.7 (17.0) 5.9 (17.35:1 Max.4) 1306 (51. W 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 300 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 300 300 300 Weight kg (lb) 5.8) 152 (6.3 (16.0 (18.0) 1473 (58. Please see www.33:1 — <1.7 (17.5 4.9 (18. Dual Polarization Model RR90-16-02DPL2 DB932DG90E-M DB932QDG90EM 932DG90T2E-M 932QDG90T2EM 932DG90T4E-M 932QDG90T4EM UMWD-09014B-0DH UMWD-09014B-2DH *UMWD-09014B-XDH *ADFD1820-9090B-XDM UMWD-09014-4DH UMWD-09014-6DH RR90-17-00DPL2 RR90-17-02DPL2 RR90-17-VDPL2 FR90-16-00DP FR90-16-02DP RR90-18-00DP RR90-18-02DP UMWD-09016-2DH UMWD-09016-4DH *UMWD-09016-XDH Type DualPol® DualPol DualPol quad DualPol DualPol quad DualPol DualPol quad DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol quad DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 Tilt degrees 2 0 0 2 2 4 4 0 2 0–8 0–8 4 6 0 2 2–7 0 2 0 2 2 4 0–5 Gain dBd (dBi) 13.6 (25.0) 203 (8.1) 16.0) 1422 (56.0 (17.1) 18.4 (16.0) 173 (6.0 4.33:1 — <1.0) 178 (7.4 (18.5 (21.0 8. Vertical Polarization Model PCS-06509-0DM 948F65T2ZE-M 948F65T4ZE-M 948F65T6ZE-M PCS-06515-0DH *HBV-6516LS-VTM RV65-18-00DPL2 RV65-18-02DPL2 RV65-18-04DPL2 UMW-06516-0DH UMW-06516-2DH UMW-06516-4DH 950F65T2ZE-B *950G65VTZE-M RV65-19-00DP RV65-19-02DP UMW-06517-2DH Type Sector Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Sector Directed Dipole Sector Sector Sector Sector Sector Sector Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Sector Sector Sector Frequency (MHz) 1710–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1710–1990 1710–2180 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1710–2170 Tilt degrees 0 2 4 6 0 0–7 0 2 4 0 2 4 2 0–7 0 2 2 Gain dBd (dBi) 8.0 (19.0) 1227 (48.andrew.0 (11.35:1 >30 <1.33:1 >30 <1.35:1 — <1.8) 165 (6.0 7.2) 15. *Teletilt® remote electrical tilt compatible.1 (18.0 4.6 (16.0) 4.1 (13.9 (17.8) 173 (6.1) 17.0) 1295 (51.1 (16.0) 7.0) 279 (11.0) 1219 (48.0) Length mm (in) 1219 (48.1 (13.1 (13.3) 16.3 (16.0 7.8) 152 (6.2) 13.9) Width mm (in) 173 (6.0 7.33:1 >30 <1.7) 14.33:1 — <1.0) 1372 (54.3 (11.1 (13.0) 18.0) 14.0) 305 (12.5 7.1) 15.5:1 >30 <1.3 6.0) 1372 (54.1 (13.1 (15.0) Length mm (in) 305 (12.8) 173 (6. Vertical Polarization Model DB992HG28N-B DB978G30E-M 982G30T2E-M DB950G40E-M 950F40T2E-M RV45-19-00DPL4 RV45-19-02DPL4 Type Sector Sector Sector Directed Dipole™ Directed Dipole Sector Sector Frequency (MHz) 1710–2490 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 Tilt degrees 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 Gain dBd (dBi) 14.6 (19.1800/1900/UMTS 1850–1990 MHz 80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).33:1 >30 <1.9 (18.0 7.0) 1295 (51.

0) 50.9) 15.3) 1227 (48.4 (16.6) 17.1) 13.0) 5.9 (8.1) 10.9) 1981 (78.0 6.5 (16.0) 203 (8.0) 1473 (58.33:1 Max.1 (16.7) 14.6 (8.1) HBW degrees 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 VBW degrees 8.8) 6.com .9 (8. then tilt.0) 1829 (72.5) 3.7) 14.5) 5.0) Width mm (in) 84 (3.9) 15.8 (16.0) 3.3) 1422 (56.5) 38.5 7.7 (17.0) 7.9) Width mm (in) 173 (6.9 (10.0) 1953 (76.0 (16.5) 5.0) 1473 (58.0) 1524 (60.0 5.0 (17.com for the most current information.5) HBW degrees 110 110 VBW degrees 4.0) 7.4:1 — <1.0) 178 (7.5 4.1) 6.4:1 — <1.8 (2.3) 84 (3.0) 173 (6.5) 5.0) 5.5 4.0) 1087 (42.0 8.0 (5.5 8.0 5. Vertical Polarization Model ASPP2933E ASPP2936E DB910CE-M DB910T3CE-M Type Omni Omni Omni Omni Frequency (MHz) 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 Tilt degrees 0 0 0 3 Gain dBd (dBi) 3.6 (17.0) 1219 (48.4 (16.1) 10.5:1 Max. *Teletilt® remote electrical tilt compatible.7) 14.4:1 — <1.5 USLS dB — 16 F/B dB 20 22 Isolation dB VSWR — <1.andrew.9 (10.1) Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).0 6.0) Length mm (in) 635 (25. Input Power.0 8.4 (16. length (ascending order).4 (12.8) 1956 (77.9 (8.0 6.0) 173 (6.4) 360° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).2 (18. All specifications are subject to change.7 (6.4 (12.2) 1953 (76.4 (16.0) 102 (4. W 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 Weight kg (lb) 3.5 6.33:1 — <1.5:1 — <1.4:1 — <1.8 (4.8) 173 (6.2 (11.1) 14.5 6.0) 7.4:1 — <1.33:1 — <1.5) 15.5 6. Input Power.0 (8.0 (12.5) 14.0 6.0) >105° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).4 (16.5) 5.3) 84 (3. Vertical Polarization Model PCS-11015-0DH PCS-11015-2DH Type Sector Sector Frequency (MHz) 1710–1990 1710–1990 Tilt degrees 0 2 Gain dBd (dBi) 14.0) 102 (4.0 12.3 (16.2 (11.0) 1524 (60.35:1 — <1.andrew.0 (12.5 (16.9 (16.0) 76 (3.4 (16.0 8.3) 76 (3.8) 15.0 4.2) 14.0) 1524 (60.0 6.8) HBW degrees 360 360 360 360 VBW degrees 32.1 (13.8) 173 (6.4:1 — <1.6 (16.8) 203 (8.6) 14.3 (16.0) 3.6 (8.3) 5.0) 13.5) 5.8 (16.0) 1524 (60.0) Radome OD mm (in) 38.4 (16.3 4. W 250 250 200 200 Weight kg (lb) 1.4 (12.0 7.2 (11.0 USLS dB — — — — F/B dB — — — — Isolation dB VSWR — <1.33:1 — <1.0) 1829 (72.0) 1930 (76.0) 2032 (80.8) 173 (6.2 (11.5:1 — <1.5 USLS dB 18 16 18 20 — 16 18 16 15 15 15 — 17 16 16 — — 15 15 19 F/B dB 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 25 25 28 30 26 27 25 28 27 30 27 Isolation dB VSWR — <1.0) 2.4 (12.33:1 — <1.0) 102 (4.0 6.1 (1.4 (12.33:1 — <1. Please see www.3) 84 (3.4:1 — <1.5) 14.8) 4.8 (2.0 (19.0) 1219 (48.4:1 — <1.5) 14.8) 165 (6.1800/1900/UMTS 1850–1990 MHz 80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).5) 14.8) 203 (8.5) 3.0) 7.3 (16.35:1 — <1.33:1 — <1. Input Power.4:1 Max.5) 15.0) 1219 (48.5 (17.5) 3.3) 7.8) 173 (6.5 4. Vertical Polarization Model DB948F85E-M 948F85T2E-M 948F85T4E-M 948F85T6E-M DB950G85E-M 950F85T2E-M 950F85T4E-M 950F85T6E-M *950G85VTE-M PCS-09014-0DH PCS-09014-2DH RV90-17-02DP UMW-09015-0DH UMW-09015-2DH UMW-09015-4DH RV90-18-00DP RV90-18-02DP PCS-09016-0DH UMW-09016-2DH DB983G90A-M Type Directed Dipole™ Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Sector Sector Sector Sector Sector Sector Sector Sector Sector Sector Sector Frequency (MHz) 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1850–1990 1710–1990 1710–1990 1850–1990 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1850–1990 1850–1990 1710–1990 1710–2180 1850–1990 Tilt degrees 0 2 4 6 0 2 4 6 0–7 0 2 2 0 2 4 0 2 0 2 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 14.8) 15.4 (17.5) Length mm (in) 1961 (77.6 (16.35:1 — <1.33:1 — <1.9 (8.5) 5.0) 1473 (58.4:1 — <1.1 (1.33:1 — <1.0) Length mm (in) 1219 (48.8 (15.9) 14.5:1 — <1.0) 1227 (48. 30 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.0) 4.5) 50. W 250 250 Weight kg (lb) 8.7 (17.0) 1524 (60.0) 173 (6.

7) 15.3 (20.0) 7.6 (8.9) 1902 (74.9) 1308 (51.6 (17.0) 9.6) 12.0) 13.8) 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).3 (36.35:1 >30 <1.0) 9.0) 7.4 (17.0 13.3 (36.0) Length mm (in) 1448 (57.2) 1935 (76.0) 269 (10.0) 1219 (48.8) 173 (6.0) 6.1) 18. All specifications are subject to change.8) 173 (6.5 (17.2 4.5 (9.0) Length mm (in) 384 (15.8) 208 (8.0) 305 (12.1) 17.5) 17.4 4.0 (18.1 (13.8) 1422 (56.6) HBW degrees 33 33 33 33 33 33 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 VBW degrees 6.2 (29.0) 1422 (56.2) 269 (10.1 (13.9) 2047 (80.2) 6.8) 173 (6.6) 16.2) 208 (8.0) 203 (8.4) 1306 (51.2 (18.0) 13.0) 5.1800/1900/UMTS 1920–2180 MHz <60° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).0) 7. Input Power.0) 15.0) 1422 (56.4:1 >30 <1. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. then tilt.9 (17.5 (20.5 7.9) 13.0) 208 (8.4:1 >30 <1.1 (20.9 4.7 (17.4:1 >30 <1.35:1 >30 <1.9) 4.1 (20.3 (16.9 (17.5:1 >30 <1.5) 13.3 (16.0) 12.0 (17.0) 8. W 200 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 Weight kg (lb) 17. *Teletilt ® remote electrical tilt compatible.5:1 >30 <1.5:1 >30 <1.4) 3.5 6.7) 1392 (54.5 (20.8) 173 (6.0) 1461 (57.8 (14.2 (29.3) 18.0 4.4:1 >30 <1.5 USLS dB 17 20 15 17 18 20 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 20 17 16 17 20 17 18 18 18 18 18 16 15 17 18 16 15 16 F/B dB 32 28 30 25 25 35 34 30 30 30 30 35 35 35 25 30 25 25 30 34 34 30 32 30 30 26 35 30 29 30 30 30 Isolation dB VSWR >30 <1.7) 1389 (54.6) 18.4) 1306 (51.9) 12.5 (9.0 (13.0 6.5 (20.1) 15.0) 4.6) 18.5:1 >30 <1.2 6.0 (13.9) 4.1) 17.2 12.4:1 >30 <1.5 6.7 6.0 6.1) 696 (27.0) 16.4:1 >30 <1. W 100 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 300 250 250 250 200 250 250 250 250 300 300 Weight kg (lb) 1.4) 15.0) 2055 (80.6) 15.4:1 Max.0) 16.3) 2017 (79.0) 7.5) 1935 (76.2 (18.6) 9.0 12.0) 7.9) 13.0 7.4:1 >30 <1.2) 13.4:1 >30 <1.2 (38.6) 2174 (85.4) 1306 (51.2 4.4 (17.6) 18.7 (28.5) 1308 (51.0 (18.0) 305 (12.5:1 >30 <1.2) 14.5 (40.0) 7.4:1 >30 <1.6) HBW degrees 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 VBW degrees 22.4:1 >30 <1.8 6.9 (17.9 (18.1 (20. Dual Polarization Model HBX-6511DS-T10M *HBX-6513DS-VTM *HBXX-6513DS-VTM UMWD-06513-0DH UMWD-06513-6DH *931LG65VTE-B HBX-6516DS-T0M HBX-6516DS-T2M HBX-6516DS-T4M *HBX-6516DS-VTM *HBXX-6516DS-VTM *932LG65VTE-B *932LG65VTE-B-H *932QLG65VTEB UMWD-06516-0DH UMWD-06516-2DH UMWD-06516-4DH UMWD-06516-6DH HBX-6516ESA-T2M HBX-6516ESA-T4M HBX-6516ESA-T6M RR65-18-VDUL2 *SBH-2D6516 *HBX-6517DS-VTM *HBXX-6517DS-VTM *CSH-6516A-VT *936LG65VTE-B UMWD-06517-0DH UMWD-06517-2DH UMWD-06517-4DH UMWD-06519-0DH UMWD-06519-2DH Type DualPol® DualPol DualPol quad DualPol DualPol Directed Dipole™ DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol quad Directed Dipole Directed Dipole DualPol quad DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol SmartBeam™ DualPol DualPol quad DualPol tri-sector Directed Dipole DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 Tilt degrees 10 0–18 0–12 0 6 0–8 0 2 4 0–10 0–10 0–8 0–8 0–8 0 2 4 6 2 4 6 0–10 0–10 0–6 0–6 2–10 0–5 0 2 4 0 2 Gain dBd (dBi) 10.9 (30.7 6.0) 203 (8.0 (13.0) 15.6) 305 (12.7) 15.7) 15.5 3.9) 4.2) 173 (6.5 (12.9 (18.4:1 >30 <1.0 13.7 4.0) 203 (8.0 (19.6) 269 (10.4) 1293 (50.5) 16.2 (20.0 6.6) 2174 (85.8) 203 (8.0) 1613 (63.4:1 >30 <1.5:1 >30 <1.4 (17.0 4.5) 1389 (54.6) 269 (10.2 7.2 (29.5 (9.0) 13.1) 17.3) 173 (6.3 (20.5) 15.4:1 >30 <1.5 (9.5:1 >30 <1.2) Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).0 6.6 6.0 6.6 (8.3 6.5) 1308 (51.0 (19.0) 16.7 6.com 31 .6 (17.0 6.4 (19.1) 16.0) 200 (7.6) 18.0) 3.2) Width mm (in) 564 (22.4:1 >30 <1.4:1 >30 <1.7) 1389 (54.9) 1989 (78.4) 18.7 (17.6) 269 (10.7 7.5:1 Max.4:1 >30 <1.0) 8.6) 269 (10.2) 2.2) 17.5) 1461 (57.5) 1524 (60.5 (17.7 (17.0 6.7 (28.0 (19.9 (13.1 (20.5) 17.4:1 >30 <1.5 (18.4:1 >30 <1.4:1 >30 <1.4:1 >30 <1.5) 7.8) 165 (6.6) Width mm (in) 173 (6.2) 165 (6.4 (19.0 (18.0) 1461 (57.4:1 >30 <1.1 (19. Input Power.1) 16.5) 18.5:1 >30 <1.6 (30.2 6.5:1 >30 <1.8 (18.4) 2057 (81.1) 17.4) 772 (30.5) 168 (6.4:1 >30 <1.9) 208 (8.0) 9. Please see www.8 (37.2) 6.2) 414 (16.8 (17.1) 17.0) 1219 (48.0) 17.9 (4.6 (30.6) 305 (12.1 (20.com for the most current information.0) 7.andrew.0 6.andrew.5) 305 (12.5) 165 (6.1 (15.0 (19.5:1 >30 <1. length (ascending order).0 (13.0) 12.4 (17.8 6.6 (17.5) 1902 (74.8 6.8 (14.4) 772 (30. Dual Polarization Model *ADFD1820-3333B-XDM HBX-3319DS-T0M HBX-3319DS-T2M *HBX-3319DS-VTM HBX-3318ESA-T2M HBX-3318ESA-T4M HBX-4515ESA-T4M HBX-4517ESA-T2M HBX-4517ESA-T4M HBX-4517ESA-T6M *HBX-4517DS-VTM *UMWD-04517-XDM *HBX-4519DS-VTM *UMWD-04519-XDM Type DualPol® quad DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 Tilt degrees 0–7 0 2 0–9 2 4 4 2 4 6 0–7 0–7 0–5 0–5 Gain dBd (dBi) 18.2) 6.0 (19.6) 269 (10.0) 1306 (51.0) 168 (6.5 6.0) 1422 (56.4) 696 (27.0 6.0) 305 (12.0) 16.5) 6.2) 6.6 (5.0) 173 (6.0) 305 (12.0) 1524 (60.0) 1219 (48.4 4.4 USLS dB 17 20 20 15 17 17 20 23 20 19 15 15 16 16 F/B dB 40 40 38 35 35 35 35 41 30 39 30 30 32 32 Isolation dB VSWR >30 <1.4:1 >30 <1.5:1 >30 <1.5 (20.9 (18.2) 15.8) 173 (6.4) 1219 (48.7 (17.5:1 >30 <1.0) 203 (8.4:1 >30 <1.5) 1461 (57.0) 813 (32.0) 13.6) 305 (12.4 (19.7 (17.1 (19.7 7.0 6.7 (17.7) 18.0) 305 (12.5) 6.9) 17.2 3.7) 21.8) 173 (6.5) 1461 (57.5:1 >30 <1.4:1 >30 <1.0) 8.4:1 >30 <1.1) 15.5:1 >30 <1.8) 173 (6.1 (46.5 (20.6) 18.5:1 >30 <1.9) 15.0 (18.1 12.2 6.8) 173 (6.7) 7.5) 15.5) 165 (6.5 (20.0) 15.1 (15.5) 14.1 (13.4:1 >30 <1.

0) 7.0 5.0:1 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).5 (12. then tilt.8) 173 (6.7) 14.8) VBW degrees 6.0 7.0 7.0 (13.0 6.andrew.4 (16.2) 6.4) 14.4:1 Max.2) 8.1) 16.8) 173 (6.0) 5.4 (12.5 (16. W 250 250 300 250 250 250 300 300 300 Weight kg (lb) 5.2) 15.6) 1387 (54.0) 5.4 (12. W kg (lb) 250 5.8) 2052 (80.4 (12. Vertical Polarization Model DB909E-U Type Omni Frequency (MHz) 1920–2170 Tilt Gain degrees dBd (dBi) 0 8. W 300 250 250 250 250 250 Weight kg (lb) 5.8) 173 (6.9 (17.5 (17.0) 1953 (76. W 250 250 250 250 Weight kg (lb) 5.com for the most current information.0) 4.4:1 — <1.0 6.9 (17.0) 6. Vertical Polarization Model *HBV-6516LS-VTM UMW-06516-0DH UMW-06516-2DH UMW-06516-4DH 950F65T2ZE-B UMW-06517-2DH Type Directed Dipole™ Sector Sector Sector Directed Dipole Sector Frequency (MHz) 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 Tilt degrees 0–7 0 2 4 2 2 Gain dBd (dBi) 16.4) 1306 (51.4 (12.1 (18.4 (12.3) Length mm (in) 1473 (58.8) Max.4 (16.8) 173 (6.1 (16.8) 2052 (80.8) 173 (6.2 (18. *Teletilt® remote electrical tilt compatible.3 (16.8) Width mm (in) 173 (6.4:1 — <1.5:1 Max.6) 1387 (54. Input Weight Power.9) Width mm (in) 173 (6.6) 2052 (80. Input Weight Power.0 4.6) 14.1 (16.5 7.9 (18. Please see www.8 (2.0 6.2) 14.5) 14.2) Length mm (in) 1397 (55.0) 5.4:1 — <1.8) 152 (6.0 (13.0 — — — <1.3 USLS dB 17 16 16 15 F/B dB 30 26 27 30 Isolation dB VSWR — <1.0) 7.8 (18.4:1 >30 <1.4:1 >30 <1.com .0) 16.5:1 Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).4:1 — <1.6) HBW degrees 90 90 90 90 360° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).1) 173 (6.0) HBW VBW USLS F/B Isolation degrees degrees dB dB dB VSWR 28 25.0 4.0) 14.0) Length mm (in) 1306 (51.0 (11.9) HBW degrees 65 65 65 65 65 65 VBW degrees 6.0) 173 (6.0) 1473 (58. Vertical Polarization Model UMW-09015-0DH UMW-09015-2DH UMW-09015-4DH UMW-09016-2DH Type Sector Sector Sector Sector Frequency (MHz) 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2180 Tilt degrees 0 2 4 2 Gain dBd (dBi) 14.0 (22.1 (11.4:1 — <1. length (ascending order).0) 1473 (58.0) HBW degrees 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 VBW degrees 7.0 (18.5 4.0 5.8) 1473 (58.6 (16.andrew.5 (18.0) 1473 (58.5:1 >30 <1.4 (16.4 (12.1) 5.0) 8.4:1 — <1. Input Power.2) 16.0) 5.0) 5.4:1 — <1.2 (18.0) Length mm (in) 305 (12. 32 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.5 (16.0 (11.9 (11.0) 80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).4) 1311 (51.1 (18.0) <60° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).9 (18.2 6.5) 14.5 (10.5:1 >30 <1.2 (18.2) 16. Input Power.0) Width mm (in) 305 (12.4:1 >30 <1. All specifications are subject to change.0) 5.8) 173 (6.0) Radome OD mm (in) 50.4:1 >30 <1.8 (16.5 USLS dB 18 17 17 16 20 14 F/B dB 36 28 26 28 38 30 Isolation dB VSWR — <1.4:1 — <1.0) 1524 (60. Dual Polarization Model UMWD-09014B-0DH UMWD-09014B-2DH *UMWD-09014B-XDH *ADFD1820-9090B-XDM UMWD-09014-4DH UMWD-09014-6DH UMWD-09016-2DH UMWD-09016-4DH *UMWD-09016-XDH Type DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol quad DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2170 Tilt degrees 0 2 0–8 0–8 4 6 2 4 0–5 Gain dBd (dBi) 14.5) Length mm (in) 1367 (53.4 (3.4:1 Max.0 18 35 — <2.8) Max.0 6.8) 173 (6. Input Power.0 (18.0) 1953 (76.8) 173 (6.0 6.0 6.3 (11.8) 173 (6.5 7.5:1 >30 <1.8) 307 (12.8) 173 (6.3 USLS dB 18 20 15 15 15 15 20 16 15 F/B dB 29 30 25 30 25 25 30 34 30 Isolation dB VSWR >30 <1.0) 8.2) 16.8) 173 (6.1 (18.4) 1306 (51.0) HBW VBW USLS F/B Isolation degrees degrees dB dB dB VSWR 360 7.6) 16.1) 15.7) 10.0) 1473 (58.8) 173 (6. Vertical Polarization Model DB992HG28N-B Type Sector Frequency (MHz) 1710–2490 Tilt Gain degrees dBd (dBi) 0 14. W kg (lb) 50 1.5:1 >30 <1.1800/1900/UMTS 1920–2180 MHz 80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).9) Width mm (in) 173 (6.9) 15.

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700/800/900 MHz ANTENNAS  746–806 MHz  806–896 MHz  806–960 MHz  870–960 MHz .

repeatable RF performance and low passive intermodulation D Models that provide full band coverage in the CTSDG. rivets or screws used in the RF circuit D 100% passive intermodulation (PIM) tested 340 350 0 10 340 20 330 320 310 300 290 70 80 280 270 90 270 100 260 -35-30-25-20-15-10 -5 260 250 110 240 120 230 130 140  LBV Series 36 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. soldering. Andrew’s DualPol® panel antennas provide excellent RF performance with superior gain per unit length. optimal pattern shaping and state-of-the-art air dielectric construction producing consistent unit-to-unit repeatability.700/800/900 MHz Features and Benefits DualPol® Panel Antennas The technology leader. LBX.com 170 160 Exceptional upper sidelobe suppression reduces interference 40 50 60 70 80 90 -35-30-25-20-15-10 -5 100 250 110 240 120 230 Directed Dipole™ 130 220 140 210 150 180 30 290 280 190 20 300 60 200 10 310 50 210 0 320 40 220 350 330 30 Standard Panel Antenna 150 200 190 180 170 160 Exceptional azimuth control lowers co-channel interference and reduces soft hand-offs . D Fixed tilt DualPol models feature Andrew’s patented air dielectric construction. which assures consistent.andrew.  LBX Series D Enhanced pattern definition greatly improves front-to-back ratio for significant reduction in interference D Designed with direct grounds. which reduces system noise D Constructed without welding. Wideband and field adjustable models in the Andrew DualPol antenna portfolio offer a wide selection of antenna solutions. and RR series antennas D Variable electrical tilt models that are independently field adjustable with a large selection of models that are fully compatible with Andrew’s Teletilt® RET system Directed Dipole™ Vertical Panel Antennas Andrew features uniquely designed Directed Dipole vertical panel antennas that offer a myriad of benefits.

Azimuth Tilt Option (A) - VT Connector Option M Mounting Hardware EXTENDED WARRANTY All Andrew sector base station antennas featuring 7–16 DIN connectors carry a 5-year extended warranty. 2495–2690) 3 = WiMAX (3300–3800. Band) C = 800 MHz (806–896) G = GSM900 (870–960) K = GSM1800 (1710–1880) P = 1900 MHz (1850–1990) U = UMTS (1920–2180) 2 = WiMAX (2300–2700. Side-By-Side). Vertical Pol.andrew. DualPol®. 806–960 MHz CTSDG = Optimized Gain. TECHNOLOGY GROUP ADFD* = Dual DualPol® (Quad. TILT OPTION # = Degree of Fixed Tilt XD = Variable Electrical Tilt R2 = ATC200 Teletilt® RET Ready CONNECTOR TYPE D = 7–16 DIN. Female (Bottom) MOUNTING HARDWARE H = High Environment Downtilt Mount and Pipe Mount M = Standard Downtilt Mount and Pipe Mount Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.com 37 . 1710–1990 MHz UMW = Vertical Pol.700/800/900 MHz Single Band Sector Base Station Antenna Model Number Sequences Typical Style 1 – Model Number Sequence Frequency Band H Gain in dBd Polarization B X Frequency Group - 65 Pattern Shape. L. Elevation 16 Horizontal BW D S Pattern Shape. 3400–3600) 5 = WiMAX (5150–5875) POLARIZATION H = Horizontal Pol V = Vertical Pol X = DualPol® XX = Dual DualPol® (Quad) XXX = Triple DualPol® PATTERN SHAPE–AZIMUTH D = Standard Dipole L = Directed Dipole™ PATTERN SHAPE–ELEVATION F = Optimized Null Fill G = Optimized Gain S = Heavy Upper Sidelobe Suppression (USLS) CONNECTOR OPTION A = 7–16 DIN. or H Freq. FREQUENCY BAND (MHz) (Shown in Frequency Order) U = 410–500 L = 806–960 H = 1710–2180 W = 2300–5875 FREQUENCY GROUP (Shown in Frequency Order with Band in MHz) B = Broadband (Covers entire U. 806–960 MHz PCS = Vertical Pol. Female (Bottom) TILT OPTION T# = Degree of Fixed Tilt VT = Variable Electrical Tilt R2 = ATC200 Teletilt® RET Ready MOUNTING HARDWARE M = Standard Downtilt Mount and Pipe Mount Typical Style 2 – Model Number Sequence Technology Group UMWD Gain in dBd - 065 16 Connector Type - Horizontal BW 4 D Tilt Option H Mounting Hardware EXTENDED WARRANTY All Andrew sector base station antennas featuring 7–16 DIN connectors carry a 5-year extended warranty. 1710–2170 MHz CTSG = Optimized Gain. 1710–2170 MHz UMWD = DualPol®. 1710–2170 MHz *ADFD model numbers show the horizontal BW for both DualPol arrays and exclude the gain. Female (Back) No Character = 7–16 DIN.

Female (Back) FREQUENCY BAND (MHz) (Shown in Frequency Order) A = 806–896 B = 806–960 P = 1850–1990 U = 1710–2180 Y = 2500–2700 OTHER (A dash may precede this character) # = Design Revision Level Q = Side-By-Side R = Factory Installed Actuator 12 = 12 inch Width Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. TECHNOLOGY GROUP F = Optimized Null Fill.andrew. Stacked Radiators (DB) 8x x Frequency Group Horizontal Beamwidth DG Connector Type 65 Technology Group T6 E - Tilt Option SX Frequency Band EXTENDED WARRANTY All Andrew sector base station antennas featuring 7–16 DIN connectors carry a 5-year extended warranty. Directed Dipole™ QDG = Optimized Gain. Heavy USLS.com . Dual DualPol® (Side-By-Side) Typical Style 4 – Model Number Sequence Technology Group RR Connector Type Gain 65 - 17 Horizontal Beamwidth - 02 D Tilt Option Heavy USLS P Frequency Band L x Other EXTENDED WARRANTY All Andrew sector base station antennas featuring 7–16 DIN connectors carry a 5-year extended warranty. DualPol®. by dividing the # of stacked radiators into 60 (Ex: 60 divided by 4 stacked radiators z 15° Vertical BW). DualPol® H = Conventional USLS. Heavy USLS.700/800/900 MHz Single Band Sector Base Station Antenna Model Number Sequences Typical Style 3 – Model Number Sequence Fixed 0º No. Vertically Polarized TR = Triple DualPol® GAIN Shown in dBd for 800/900 MHz Models Shown in dBi for 1800/1900 MHz/UMTS Models TILT OPTION ## = Degree of Fixed Tilt V = Variable Electrical Tilt 38 CONNECTOR TYPE D = 7–16 DIN. Heavy USLS. Vertical Pol DG = Optimized Gain. Female (Bottom) A = 7–16 DIN. Vertically Polarized RR = Optimized Gain. Vertically Polarized LG = Optimized Gain. Heavy USLS. TECHNOLOGY GROUP DR = Dual DualPol® (Quad) FR = Optimized Null Fill. DualPol® RV = Optimized Gain. Female (Back) FREQUENCY BAND (MHz) (Shown in Frequency Order) C = 420–572 SY = 870–960 A = 740–801 KL = 1710–1880 XT = 806–869 M = 1850–1990 SX = 806–896 B = 1710–2170 XC = 824–896 U = 1920–2170 XY = 806–960 SR = 2100–2700 SY = 870–960 Vertical BW can be estimated based on the # of stacked radiators. USLS. DualPol® FV = Optimized Null Fill. Vertical Pol G = Optimized Gain. FREQUENCY GROUP (Shown in Frequency Order) 6x = UHF 8x = 800/900 MHz 9x = 1800/1900 MHz/UMTS/WiMAX NUMBER OF STACKED RADIATORS 800/900 MHz Models: Equals length of antenna (ft) 1710–2170 MHz Models: Equals 2x length of antenna (ft) TILT OPTION None = 0° Fixed Tilt T# = Degree of Fixed Tilt VT = Variable Electrical Tilt R2 = ATC200 Teletilt® RET Ready CONNECTOR TYPE E = 7–16 DIN.

5) 17.0 (16.5) Max.1) HBW VBW USLS F/B Isolation degrees degrees dB dB dB VSWR 90 15.2 (3. length (ascending order).8) Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).5:1 <1.0) 4846 (190.2 (38.0 (12.1) HBW degrees 360 360 360 360 VBW degrees 16.5 (10.1) HBW VBW USLS F/B Isolation degrees degrees dB dB dB VSWR 120 7.5) Width mm (in) 191 (7. Vertical Polarization Model DB844H90E-A Frequency Tilt Gain Type (MHz) degrees dBd (dBi) Directed Dipole™ 746–806 0 12. Vertical Polarization Model DB878H120E-A Type Sector Frequency Tilt Gain (MHz) degrees dBd (dBi) 746–806 0 14.5) Max.0) Length mm (in) 1575 (62.0 — 15 — <1.5 6.8) 4496 (177.1) HBW VBW USLS F/B Isolation degrees degrees dB dB dB VSWR 60 50.0) Length mm (in) 622 (24.0) Length mm (in) 1219 (48. then tilt.0 15 40 — <1.8 (2.0 (8.0 (11.0 (12.1) 10.1 (40.5:1 <1.0 7. Input Weight Power. Input Weight Power. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. Vertical Polarization Model DB498-PS Type Yagi Frequency Tilt Gain (MHz) degrees dBd (dBi) 746–806 0 9.0) Width mm (in) 318 (12.0) 50. W 400 500 500 500 Radome OD mm (in) 50. All specifications are subject to change.1) 9. Please see www.3 (16. *Teletilt® remote electrical tilt compatible.5:1 <1.700/800/900 MHz 746–806 MHz 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).andrew. Input Weight Length Power.com for the most current information.8 (2.0) 2438 (96.andrew.3 (5.0) 76.0 — 22 — <1.0 USLS dB — — — — F/B dB — — — — Isolation dB — — — — VSWR <1.0) 80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).2 (11.5:1 Max.1) 10.0) Width mm (in) 152 (6.0) 18.0) 76.0) 4211 (165.0 6. W kg (lb) 100 2.0 (11.com 39 . W kg (lb) mm (in) 500 11.2 (3.5:1 Max.0) 5. Vertical Polarization Model DB806-A DB589-A DB810E-PS DB810KE-A Type Omni Omni Omni Omni Frequency (MHz) 740–806 746–806 746–869 746–776 Tilt degrees 0 0 0 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 6.0) 360° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW). W kg (lb) 500 4.5:1 Weight kg (lb) 7. Input Power.0 (14.4:1 >105° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).3 (25.

700/800/900 MHz
806–896 MHz

<60° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW), Dual Polarization
Model
LBX-3316DS-T0M
*LBX-3316DS-VTM
LBX-3319DS-T0M
*LBX-3319DS-VTM
RR45-14-00DBL2
RR45-14-05DBL2
*LBX-4517DS-VTM

Type
DualPol®
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol

Frequency
(MHz)
806–960
806–960
806–960
806–960
806–941
806–941
806–960

Tilt
degrees
0
2–12
0
0–8
0
5
0–10

Gain
dBd (dBi)
16.3 (18.4)
15.9 (18.0)
19.2 (21.3)
18.5 (20.6)
14.0 (16.1)
14.0 (16.1)
16.4 (18.5)

HBW
degrees
33
33
33
33
45
45
45

VBW
degrees
15.4
14.0
7.4
7.1
15.0
15.0
9.6

USLS
dB
18
15
20
17
18
18
16

F/B
dB
38
37
35
35
28
28
32

Isolation
dB
>30
>30
>30
>30
>25
>25
>30

VSWR
<1.4:1
<1.4:1
<1.4:1
<1.4:1
<1.35:1
<1.35:1
<1.4:1

Max. Input
Power, W
500
500
500
300
500
500
300

Weight
kg (lb)
13.6 (30.0)
17.9 (39.5)
21.3 (47.0)
28.9 (63.8)
11.6 (25.5)
11.6 (25.5)
19.0 (41.9)

Length
mm (in)
1306 (51.4)
1306 (51.4)
2578 (101.5)
2576 (101.4)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
2012 (79.2)

Width
mm (in)
592 (23.3)
592 (23.3)
592 (23.3)
592 (23.3)
381 (15.0)
381 (15.0)
389 (15.3)

VBW
degrees
30.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
14.0
14.0
14.0
14.5
14.0
14.0
12.3
11.5
11.5
10.0
9.5
10.5
10.4
9.0
9.0
10.0
9.5
15.8
15.8
7.5
7.5
7.0
7.0
16.0

USLS
dB

18
18
18
18
17
15
15
15
15
25
18
18
18
18
18
16
15
15
17
18
18
18
15
18
16
17
15

F/B
dB
30
23
25
25
30
25
25
30
25
28
25
25
25
30
28
30
24
25
25
25
25
23
23
30
30
32
30
25

Isolation
dB
>30
>20
>20
>20
>30
>30
>30
>30
>30
>30
>30
>20
>20
>30
>30
>30
>28
>30
>30
>30
>20
>20
>20
>30
>30
>30
>30
>30

VSWR
<1.33:1
<1.28:1
<1.28:1
<1.28:1
<1.33:1
<1.33:1
<1.3:1
<1.3:1
<1.3:1
<1.4:1
<1.35:1
<1.35:1
<1.35:1
<1.33:1
<1.33:1
<1.33:1
<1.35:1
<1.3:1
<1.3:1
<1.4:1
<1.35:1
<1.28:1
<1.28:1
<1.33:1
<1.33:1
<1.3:1
<1.4:1
<1.4:1

Max. Input
Power, W
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
250
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
250
500
500
500
500
500
500
250
500

Weight
kg (lb)
2.9 (6.5)
8.2 (18.0)
8.2 (18.0)
8.2 (18.0)
8.4 (18.5)
8.4 (18.5)
9.3 (20.5)
9.3 (20.5)
9.3 (20.5)
9.3 (20.5)
11.6 (25.5)
11.6 (25.5)
11.6 (25.5)
11.8 (26.0)
11.8 (26.0)
11.8 (26.0)
11.6 (25.5)
13.9 (30.6)
13.9 (30.6)
13.9 (30.6)
11.6 (25.5)
15.2 (33.5)
15.2 (33.5)
15.9 (35.0)
16.8 (37.0)
18.5 (40.8)
18.5 (40.8)
20.0 (44.0)

Length
mm (in)
620 (24.4)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
1295 (51.0)
1295 (51.0)
1295 (51.0)
1295 (51.0)
1829 (72.0)
1829 (72.0)
1829 (72.0)
1829 (72.0)
1829 (72.0)
1829 (72.0)
1829 (72.0)
1930 (76.0)
1935 (76.2)
1935 (76.2)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)
2565 (101.0)
2565 (101.0)
1486 (58.5)

Width
mm (in)
315 (12.4)
305 (12.0)
305 (12.0)
305 (12.0)
318 (12.5)
318 (12.5)
269 (10.6)
269 (10.6)
269 (10.6)
269 (10.6)
305 (12.0)
305 (12.0)
305 (12.0)
318 (12.5)
318 (12.5)
318 (12.5)
305 (12.0)
269 (10.6)
269 (10.6)
269 (10.6)
305 (12.0)
305 (12.0)
305 (12.0)
318 (12.5)
318 (12.5)
269 (10.6)
269 (10.6)
269 (10.6) OD

VBW
degrees
15.0
16.0
14.0
14.0
16.0
15.5
9.5
10.4
10.4
7.4
9.5
9.5
15.8
15.8
7.5
7.5

USLS
dB
15
18
18
15
18
16
18
18
15
18
18
18
18
18
18
18

F/B
dB
29
32
25
25
32
25
25
30
30
30
28
28
30
30
30
25

Isolation
dB
>30
>20
>30
>30
>20
>30
>30
>28
>30
>30
>20
>20
>25
>25
>30
>30

VSWR
<1.4:1
<1.28:1
<1.33:1
<1.33:1
<1.28:1
<1.4:1
<1.33:1
<1.33:1
<1.4:1
<1.4:1
<1.35:1
<1.35:1
<1.28:1
<1.28:1
<1.33:1
<1.33:1

Max. Input
Power, W
500
500
500
500
500
300
500
500
300
300
500
500
500
500
500
500

Weight
kg (lb)
5.0 (11.0)
8.2 (18.0)
8.2 (18.0)
8.2 (18.0)
8.2 (18.0)
11.8 (26.0)
11.8 (26.0)
14.1 (31.0)
12.0 (26.5)
18.1 (39.9)
15.2 (33.5)
15.2 (33.5)
15.2 (33.5)
15.2 (33.5)
16.8 (37.0)
16.8 (37.0)

Length
mm (in)
1232 (48.5)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
1295 (51.0)
1829 (72.0)
1829 (72.0)
1831 (72.1)
2436 (95.9)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)

Width
mm (in)
229 (9.0)
305 (12.0)
318 (12.5)
318 (12.5)
305 (12.0)
267 (10.5)
318 (12.5)
305 (12.0)
224 (8.8)
226 (8.9)
305 (12.0)
305 (12.0)
305 (12.0)
305 (12.0)
318 (12.5)
318 (12.5)

60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW), Dual Polarization
Model
DB852DG65ESX
RR65-12-00DBL
RR65-12-05DBL
RR65-12-10DBL
DB854DG65ESX
854DG65T6ESX
CTSDG-06513-0DM
CTSDG-06513-4DM
CTSDG-06513-6DM
*CTSDG-06513-XDM
LBX-6513EPA-T0M
FR65-13-00DBL2
FR65-13-05DAL2
DB856DG65EXY
856DG65T2ESX
856DG65T6ESX
RR65-13-VDBL2
CTSDG-06515-4DM
CTSDG-06515-6DM
*CTSDG-06515-XDM
FR65-14-00DBL2
DR65-12-00DBL
DR65-12-05DBL
DB858DG65ESX
858DG65T3ESX
CTSDG-06516-0DM
*CTSDG-06516-XDM
854DG70VTRSX

Type
DualPol®
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol quad
DualPol quad
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol tri-sector

Frequency
(MHz)
806–896
806–941
806–941
806–941
806–896
806–896
806–960
806–960
806–960
806–960
806–941
806–941
806–896
806–960
806–896
806–896
806–941
806–960
806–960
806–960
806–941
806–941
806–941
806–896
806–896
806–960
806–960
806–941

Tilt
degrees
0
0
5
10
0
6
0
4
6
0–15
0
0
5
0
2
6
0–10
4
6
0–10
0
0
5
0
3
0
0–8
2–14

Gain
HBW
dBd (dBi) degrees
9.5 (11.6)
65
12.0 (14.1) 65
12.0 (14.1) 65
12.0 (14.1) 65
13.0 (15.1) 65
12.5 (14.6) 65
12.8 (14.9) 65
12.7 (14.8) 65
12.7 (14.8) 65
12.9 (15.0) 65
13.0 (15.1) 65
12.5 (14.6) 65
13.3 (15.4) 65
14.9 (17.0) 65
14.5 (16.6) 65
13.4 (15.5) 65
13.5 (15.6) 65
14.4 (16.5) 65
14.4 (16.5) 65
14.4 (16.5) 65
13.6 (15.7) 65
11.8 (13.9) 65
11.8 (13.9) 65
15.3 (17.4) 65
15.3 (17.4) 65
15.8 (17.9) 65
15.6 (17.7) 65
11.5 (13.6) 70

80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW), Dual Polarization
Model
854DG85VTEXY
RR90-11-00DBL
DB854DG90ESX
854DG90T6ESX
RR90-11-05DBL
*LBX-9012DS-VTM
DB856DG90ESX
RR90-12-VDBL2
*LBX-9013DS-VTM
*LBX-9014DS-VTM
FR90-13-00DBL2
FR90-13-05DBL2
DR90-11-00DBL
DR90-11-05DBL
DB858DG90ESX
858DG90T3ESX

Type
DualPol®
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol
DualPol quad
DualPol quad
DualPol
DualPol

Frequency Tilt
(MHz)
degrees
806–960
2–14
806–941
0
806–896
0
806–896
6
806–941
5
806–960
0–16
806–896
0
806–941
0–10
806–960
0–10
806–960
0–8
806–941
0
806–941
5
806–941
0
806–941
5
806–896
0
806–896
3

Gain
HBW
dBd (dBi) degrees
11.7 (13.8) 85
11.0 (13.1) 90
11.7 (13.8) 90
11.5 (13.6) 90
11.0 (13.1) 90
12.0 (14.1) 90
13.0 (15.1) 90
11.7 (13.8) 90
13.1 (15.2) 90
14.0 (16.1) 90
12.8 (14.9) 90
12.8 (14.9) 90
10.3 (12.4) 90
10.3 (12.4) 90
14.3 (16.4) 90
14.0 (16.1) 90

Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW), length (ascending order), then tilt. All specifications are subject to change. Please see www.andrew.com for the most current information.
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700/800/900 MHz
806–896 MHz

<60° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW), Vertical Polarization
Model
DB874G35A-XY
DB495-A
DB842H40E-SX
DB848F40E-SX
DB848H40E-SX
DB872G45A-XY
DB844G45ZAXY
844G45VTZASX
*LBV-4515LS-VTM
DB845N45ZAXY

Type
Sector
Corner reflector
Directed Dipole™
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole
Sector
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole

Frequency
(MHz)
806–960
806–896
806–896
806–896
806–896
806–960
806–960
806–941
806–960
806–960

Tilt
degrees
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0–16
0–15
0

Gain
dBd (dBi)
16.5 (18.6)
9.0 (11.1)
12.0 (14.1)
17.5 (19.6)
18.2 (20.3)
11.5 (13.6)
15.1 (17.2)
15.3 (17.4)
14.7 (16.8)
16.0 (18.1)

HBW
degrees
35
40
40
40
40
45
45
45
45
45

VBW
degrees
14.5
60.0
30.0
9.0
8.0
30.0
15.0
15.0
16.5
13.0

USLS
dB
18

15
18
15
15
20
15
22
22

F/B
dB
25
25
40
40
40
20
40
35
40
40

Isolation
dB









VSWR
<1.33:1
<1.5:1
<1.5:1
<1.35:1
<1.4:1
<1.33:1
<1.33:1
<1.5:1
<1.4:1
<1.33:1

Max. Input
Power, W
500
150
500
500
500
500
500
500
300
500

Weight
kg (lb)
7.9 (17.5)
4.5 (10.0)
6.4 (14.0)
24.9 (55.0)
24.9 (55.0)
3.9 (8.5)
7.7 (17.0)
9.1 (20.0)
9.1 (20.0)
10.4 (23.0)

Length
mm (in)
1232 (48.5)
305 (12.0)
610 (24.0)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)
610 (24.0)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
1240 (48.8)
1537 (60.5)

Width
mm (in)
470 (18.5)
457 (18.0)
610 (24.0)
610 (24.0)
610 (24.0)
318 (12.5)
381 (15.0)
381 (15.0)
376 (14.8)
381 (15.0)

VBW
degrees
30.0
30.0
7.5
7.5
8.0
30.0
16.0
16.0
16.0
15.5
15.0
15.0
15.0
16.0
17.0
13.0
12.4
12.0
12.0
12.0
11.0
10.5
9.0
7.5
10.0

USLS
dB


18
18
20
15
18
18
18
18
15
15
15
15
20
25
20




15
18

F/B
dB
15
15
28
28
28
40
32
32
32
25
40
40
40
40
34
40
33
33
33
33
25
40
40
40
25

Isolation
dB
























VSWR
<1.5:1
<1.5:1
<1.33:1
<1.33:1
<1.33:1
<1.4:1
<1.22:1
<1.22:1
<1.22:1
<1.33:1
<1.33:1
<1.5:1
<1.33:1
<1.4:1
<1.4:1
<1.33:1
<1.35:1
<1.35:1
<1.35:1
<1.35:1
<1.33:1
<1.33:1
<1.5:1
<1.4:1
<1.35:1

Max. Input
Power, W
150
150
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
300
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500

Weight
kg (lb)
2.3 (5.0)
2.3 (5.0)
13.2 (29.0)
13.2 (29.0)
13.2 (29.0)
4.5 (10.0)
8.2 (18.0)
8.2 (18.0)
8.2 (18.0)
6.1 (13.5)
5.4 (12.0)
9.1 (20.0)
5.4 (12.0)
7.3 (16.0)
7.9 (17.5)
8.6 (19.0)
11.6 (25.5)
11.6 (25.5)
11.6 (25.5)
11.6 (25.5)
8.6 (19.0)
9.5 (21.0)
17.7 (39.0)
17.7 (39.0)
15.2 (33.5)

Length
mm (in)
775 (30.5)
787 (31.0)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)
610 (24.0)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
1232 (48.5)
1237 (48.7)
1524 (60.0)
1829 (72.0)
1829 (72.0)
1829 (72.0)
1829 (72.0)
1829 (72.0)
1829 (72.0)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)

Width
mm (in)
152 (6.0)
152 (6.0)
318 (12.5)
318 (12.5)
318 (12.5)
521 (20.5)
305 (12.0)
305 (12.0)
305 (12.0)
305 (12.0)
254 (10.0)
521 (20.5)
254 (10.0)
318 (12.5)
312 (12.3)
254 (10.0)
305 (12.0)
305 (12.0)
305 (12.0)
305 (12.0)
318 (12.5)
254 (10.0)
521 (20.5)
521 (20.5)
305 (12.0)

60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW), Vertical Polarization
Model
DB499-C
DB499-A
DB878G60A-XY
878G60T2A-XY
878G60T4A-XY
DB842H65E-XY
RV65-12-00DBL
RV65-12-05DBL
RV65-12-10DBL
DB874G65A-XY
DB844G65ZAXY
DB844H65E-XY
844G65T6ZAXY
844G65VTZASX
*LBV-6513LS-VTM
DB845N65ZAXY
LV65-13-00DB2
FV65-13-00DBL2
FV65-13-05DBL2
FV65-13-10DBL2
DB876G65A-XY
DB846F65ZAXY
DB848F65E-SX
DB848H65E-XY
FV65-15-05DA2

Type
Yagi
Yagi
Sector
Sector
Sector
Directed Dipole
Sector
Sector
Sector
Sector
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole
Sector
Sector
Sector
Sector
Sector
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole
Sector

Frequency
(MHz)
824–896
806–869
806–960
806–960
806–960
806–960
806–941
806–941
806–941
806–960
806–960
806–960
806–960
806–941
806–960
806–960
806–941
806–941
806–941
806–941
806–960
806–960
806–896
806–960
806–896

Tilt
degrees
0
0
0
2
4
0
0
5
10
0
0
0
6
0–16
0–15
0
0
0
5
10
0
0
0
0
5

Gain
dBd (dBi)
10.0 (12.1)
10.0 (12.1)
16.4 (18.5)
16.4 (18.5)
16.3 (18.4)
10.7 (12.8)
12.3 (14.4)
12.3 (14.4)
12.3 (14.4)
14.0 (16.1)
13.8 (15.9)
13.3 (15.4)
13.7 (15.8)
13.0 (15.1)
12.9 (15.0)
14.5 (16.6)
13.5 (15.6)
13.5 (15.6)
13.5 (15.6)
13.5 (15.6)
15.5 (17.6)
14.8 (16.9)
15.0 (17.1)
16.0 (18.1)
14.7 (16.8)

HBW
degrees
60
60
60
60
60
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65

Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW), length (ascending order), then tilt. All specifications are subject to change. Please see www.andrew.com for the most current information.
*Teletilt® remote electrical tilt compatible.

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700/800/900 MHz
806–896 MHz

80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW), Vertical Polarization
Model
DB842H80E-XY
DB844H80E-XY
844H80T6E-XY
844G80VTA-SX
DB846H80E-SX
DB848H80E-XY
DB842H90E-XY
DB874G90A-XY
DB844H90E-XY
844H90T6E-XY
844G90VTA-SX
*LBV-9012LS-VTM
FV90-12-00DBL2
FV90-12-05DBL2
FV90-12-10DBL2
DB876G90A-XY
DB846G90A-XY
FV90-13-00DBL2
FV90-13-05DBL2
FV90-13-10DBL2
DB878G90A-XY
DB848F90E-SX
DB848H90E-XY
848H90T4E-XY
DB493-A

Type
Directed Dipole™
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole
Sector
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole
Sector
Sector
Sector
Sector
Directed Dipole
Sector
Sector
Sector
Sector
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole
Directed Dipole
Yagi

Frequency
(MHz)
806–960
806–960
806–960
806–896
806–896
806–960
806–960
806–960
806–960
806–960
806–941
806–960
806–941
806–941
806–941
806–960
806–960
806–941
806–941
806–941
806–960
806–896
806–960
806–960
806–866

Tilt
degrees
0
0
6
0–16
0
0
0
0
0
6
0–16
0–15
0
5
10
0
0
0
5
10
0
0
0
4
0

Gain
HBW
dBd (dBi) degrees
10.3 (12.4) 80
12.8 (14.9) 80
12.5 (14.6) 80
12.5 (14.6) 80
14.0 (16.1) 80
14.7 (16.8) 80
9.2 (11.3)
90
12.5 (14.6) 90
12.4 (14.5) 90
12.3 (14.4) 90
11.8 (13.9) 90
11.5 (13.6) 90
11.8 (13.9) 90
11.8 (13.9) 90
11.8 (13.9) 90
13.9 (16.0) 90
14.0 (16.1) 90
12.6 (14.7) 90
12.6 (14.7) 90
12.6 (14.7) 90
15.3 (17.4) 90
13.9 (16.0) 90
14.5 (16.6) 90
14.4 (16.5) 90
6.0 (8.1)
92

VBW
degrees
30.0
15.0
15.0
16.0
10.0
7.5
30.0
14.0
15.0
15.0
16.0
17.0
12.0
12.0
12.0
10.0
13.0
9.3
9.3
9.3
6.5
9.0
7.5
7.5
59.0

USLS
dB
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
18
15
15
15
20
18
18
18

20
18
18
18
18
20

15

F/B
dB
40
40
40
35
40
40
40
25
40
40
35
35
26
26
26
25
40
25
25
25
25
40
40
40
20

Isolation
dB
























VSWR
<1.5:1
<1.5:1
<1.5:1
<1.4:1
<1.5:1
<1.4:1
<1.5:1
<1.33:1
<1.4:1
<1.33:1
<1.4:1
<1.4:1
<1.35:1
<1.35:1
<1.35:1
<1.33:1
<1.33:1
<1.35:1
<1.35:1
<1.35:1
<1.3:1
<1.4:1
<1.5:1
<1.35:1
<1.5:1

Max. Input
Power, W
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
300
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
100

Weight
kg (lb)
3.2 (7.0)
6.4 (14.0)
6.4 (14.0)
5.2 (11.5)
7.3 (16.0)
12.7 (28.0)
3.2 (7.0)
6.6 (14.5)
6.4 (14.0)
6.4 (14.0)
5.2 (11.5)
6.1 (13.5)
11.6 (25.5)
11.6 (25.5)
11.6 (25.5)
9.5 (21.0)
7.0 (15.4)
11.6 (25.5)
11.6 (25.5)
11.6 (25.5)
11.3 (25.0)
12.7 (28.0)
12.7 (28.0)
12.7 (28.0)
0.3 (0.7)

Length
mm (in)
610 (24.0)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
1829 (72.0)
2438 (96.0)
610 (24.0)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
1234 (48.6)
1829 (72.0)
1829 (72.0)
1829 (72.0)
1829 (72.0)
1829 (72.0)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)
330 (13.0)

Width
mm (in)
165 (6.5)
165 (6.5)
165 (6.5)
165 (6.5)
165 (6.5)
165 (6.5)
165 (6.5)
267 (10.5)
165 (6.5)
165 (6.5)
165 (6.5)
168 (6.6)
305 (12.0)
305 (12.0)
305 (12.0)
267 (10.5)
165 (6.5)
305 (12.0)
305 (12.0)
305 (12.0)
267 (10.5)
165 (6.5)
165 (6.5)
165 (6.5)
191 (7.5)

VBW
degrees
14.0
15.0
10.0
10.5
7.5
7.5
14.0
14.0
9.0
7.0

USLS
dB
15

15
15
18
15

15
15
15

F/B
dB
23
40
23
40
25
40
22
21
20
22

Isolation
dB









VSWR
<1.33:1
<1.4:1
<1.33:1
<1.4:1
<1.33:1
<1.4:1
<1.4:1
<1.3:1
<1.3:1
<1.3:1

Max. Input
Power, W
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500

Weight
kg (lb)
6.6 (14.5)
6.4 (14.0)
10.4 (23.0)
6.8 (15.0)
11.3 (25.0)
12.7 (28.0)
6.4 (14.0)
9.1 (20.0)
13.6 (30.0)
15.4 (34.0)

Length
mm (in)
1219 (48.0)
1219 (48.0)
1829 (72.0)
1829 (72.0)
2438 (96.0)
2438 (96.0)
1219 (48.0)
1298 (51.1)
1935 (76.2)
2565 (101.0)

Width
mm (in)
267 (10.5)
165 (6.5)
267 (10.5)
165 (6.5)
267 (10.5)
165 (6.5)
305 (12.0)
267 (10.5)
267 (10.5)
267 (10.5)

VBW
degrees
30.0
30.0
30.0
18.0
18.0
16.0
9.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
7.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
3.0
3.0

USLS
dB
















F/B
dB
















Isolation
dB
















VSWR
<1.5:1
<1.5:1
<1.5:1
<1.5:1
<1.5:1
<1.5:1
<1.5:1
<1.35:1
<1.5:1
<1.5:1
<1.5:1
<1.5:1
<1.5:1
<1.5:1
<1.4:1
<1.5:1
<1.5:1

Max. Input
Power, W
300
300
300
300
500
500
300
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500
500

Weight
kg (lb)
2.9 (6.3)
2.9 (6.3)
2.9 (6.3)
3.8 (8.3)
3.8 (8.3)
7.3 (16.0)
5.2 (11.5)
12.2 (27.0)
12.2 (27.0)
12.2 (27.0)
15.9 (35.0)
17.2 (38.0)
16.3 (36.0)
16.3 (36.0)
16.3 (36.0)
32.2 (71.0)
32.2 (71.0)

Length
mm (in)
813 (32.0)
813 (32.0)
813 (32.0)
1499 (59.0)
1499 (59.0)
2438 (96.0)
2654 (104.5)
3734 (147.0)
3734 (147.0)
3734 (147.0)
4394 (173.0)
4496 (177.0)
4420 (174.0)
4420 (174.0)
4420 (174.0)
7417 (292.0)
7417 (292.0)

Radome OD
mm (in)
38.1 (1.5)
38.1 (1.5)
38.1 (1.5)
38.1 (1.5)
38.1 (1.5)
38.1 (1.5)
38.1 (1.5)
76.2 (3.0)
76.2 (3.0)
76.2 (3.0)
65.3 (2.6)
76.2 (3.0)
76.2 (3.0)
76.2 (3.0)
76.2 (3.0)
76.2 (3.0)
76.2 (3.0)

>105° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW), Vertical Polarization
Model
DB874G105AXY
DB844H105ESX
DB876G105AXY
DB846H105ESX
DB878G105AXY
DB848H105ESX
DB874H120ESX
CTSG-12010-0DM
CTSG-12012-0DM
CTSG-12013-0DM

Type
Sector
Directed Dipole™
Sector
Directed Dipole
Sector
Directed Dipole
Sector
Sector
Sector
Sector

Frequency Tilt
(MHz)
degrees
806–960
0
806–896
0
806–960
0
806–896
0
806–960
0
806–896
0
806–896
0
806–960
0
806–960
0
806–960
0

Gain
HBW
dBd (dBi) degrees
11.7 (13.8) 105
11.4 (13.5) 105
13.4 (15.5) 105
12.5 (14.6) 105
14.9 (17.0) 105
14.0 (16.1) 105
11.3 (13.4) 120
10.9 (13.0) 120
12.1 (14.2) 120
13.2 (15.3) 120

360° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW), Vertical Polarization
Model
DB583-ST
DB583-XC
DB583-XT
DB586-XC
DB586-XT
DB806E-XT
DB589-XT
DB809KE-XC
DB809KE-XT
DB809KT3E-XC
ASPD977E
DB810E-PS
DB810KE-XC
DB810KT3E-XC
DB810KE-XT
DB812KE-XC
DB812KE-XT

Type
Omni
Omni
Omni
Omni
Omni
Omni
Omni
Omni
Omni
Omni
Omni
Omni
Omni
Omni
Omni
Omni
Omni

Frequency Tilt
(MHz)
degrees
806–941
0
824–896
0
806–869
0
824–896
0
806–869
0
806–869
0
806–869
0
824–896
0
806–869
0
824–896
3
824–896
3–8
746–869
0
824–896
0
824–896
3
806–869
0
824–896
0
806–869
0

Gain
HBW
dBd (dBi) degrees
3.0 (5.1)
360
3.0 (5.1)
360
3.0 (5.1)
360
6.0 (8.1)
360
6.0 (8.1)
360
6.0 (8.1)
360
9.0 (11.1)
360
9.0 (11.1)
360
9.0 (11.1)
360
9.0 (11.1)
360
8.5 (10.6)
360
10.0 (12.1) 360
10.0 (12.1) 360
10.0 (12.1) 360
10.0 (12.1) 360
12.0 (14.1) 360
12.0 (14.1) 360

Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW), length (ascending order), then tilt. All specifications are subject to change. Please see www.andrew.com for the most current information.
*Teletilt® remote electrical tilt compatible.

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6) 318 (12.0 14.3 (18.4:1 <1.0 11.9) Length mm (in) 1306 (51.5 (16.1 (15.0) 2438 (96.9) 13.7 (14.4 14.700/800/900 MHz 806–960 MHz <60° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).0) 2438 (96.6) 15.0) 610 (24.5 (40.2) 14.0 7.0 7.8) 14.5) 21.1 (39.5 30.33:1 <1.6) 269 (10. length (ascending order).33:1 <1.5) 1295 (51.0 17.5 (18.0 30.0) 376 (14.4:1 <1.5 (40.33:1 <1.5) 14.6) 13.7 (15.6 (17.5) 18.4 (16.33:1 <1.0) 254 (10.1 (17.4 (18.4:1 <1.5) 9.8) 12.33:1 <1.6) 13.5 8.4 (23.33:1 <1.0) 1219 (48.4) 13. Input Power.1 (13.9 (39.2 (21.7 (17.8) 16.8) 18.0 15.0 (11.6 (19.8) 1537 (60.2 (29.7 (12.0) Length mm (in) 1232 (48.5) 305 (12. W 500 500 500 300 300 Weight kg (lb) 13.5) 318 (12.0) 1831 (72.0 13.0) 28.5 13.0 15.7) HBW degrees 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW). Vertical Polarization Model DB874G35A-XY DB872G45A-XY DB844G45ZAXY *LBV-4515LS-VTM DB845N45ZAXY Type Sector Sector Directed Dipole™ Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Frequency (MHz) 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 Tilt degrees 0 0 0 0–15 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 16.5) 8.5 (21.4:1 Max.6) 16.1) HBW degrees 60 60 60 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).3 (20.8) Length mm (in) 1295 (51.8 (17.0) 1829 (72.5) 9.8 (14. Input Power.5) 16. W 500 500 500 250 500 500 500 250 500 250 Weight kg (lb) 9.4 (12.0) 267 (10.5) 15.8 (16.33:1 <1.3:1 <1.5) 254 (10.4 (16.8) 226 (8.6) 269 (10.2) Width mm (in) 592 (23.4:1 <1.6) VBW degrees 15.0) 1219 (48.4) 10.0) 12.7 (39.5 (13.0) 1295 (51.6) 15.0) 1930 (76.0) Length mm (in) 2438 (96.6) 269 (10.5) 5.7 (14.5 (10.4 7.0 USLS dB 18 15 20 22 22 F/B dB 25 20 40 40 40 Isolation dB — — — — — VSWR <1. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.3 (15.6) 269 (10.3 (20.0) 14.3) VBW degrees 14.3:1 <1. Dual Polarization Model LBX-3316DS-T0M *LBX-3316DS-VTM LBX-3319DS-T0M *LBX-3319DS-VTM *LBX-4517DS-VTM Type DualPol® DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 Tilt degrees 0 2–12 0 0–8 0–10 Gain dBd (dBi) 16.3) 389 (15.com 43 .1) HBW degrees 35 45 45 45 45 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).3:1 <1.33:1 <1.6) 269 (10.0) 13.4:1 <1.0 15.9 (30.0) VBW degrees 7.4:1 <1.0) Width mm (in) 269 (10.0) 521 (20.4:1 <1.4 (12.3) 592 (23.3 (20.9 (17.5 10.0 (26.5) 521 (20.5) 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).5:1 <1.5) 269 (10.6) 14.0 (41.0 16.3) 254 (10.3 (20.0) 1219 (48.3:1 <1.33:1 <1.0) 2565 (101.4) 1306 (51.0 (16.0) 521 (20.3:1 <1.0) 7.8) 19.33:1 <1.4:1 <1. then tilt. *Teletilt® remote electrical tilt compatible.0) 1829 (72.9 (17.5) 11.0) 4.8 (26.33:1 <1.4 USLS dB 15 16 15 18 F/B dB 29 25 30 30 Isolation dB >30 >30 >30 >30 VSWR <1.andrew.9 (8.0) 1219 (48.1 9.7) 1524 (60.6) 11.7 (13.0 15. W 500 500 500 300 500 Weight kg (lb) 7.5) 254 (10.4:1 <1.5) 318 (12.0) 9.0) 8.8) 12.0 9.1) 13.33:1 Max.4 (18. Input Power.5) 14.9 (17.0 10.6 USLS dB 18 15 20 17 16 F/B dB 38 37 35 35 32 Isolation dB >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 VSWR <1. Dual Polarization Model CTSDG-06513-0DM CTSDG-06513-4DM CTSDG-06513-6DM *CTSDG-06513-XDM DB856DG65EXY CTSDG-06515-4DM CTSDG-06515-6DM *CTSDG-06515-XDM CTSDG-06516-0DM *CTSDG-06516-XDM Type DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 Tilt degrees 0 4 6 0–15 0 4 6 0–10 0 0–8 Gain dBd (dBi) 12.8) 381 (15.0) 14.9 (18.0) 1935 (76.0) 13.com for the most current information.0) 13. Input Power.8) 12.8) 12.0 (16.andrew.0 15.0) 11.9) 16.2 (29.3) 18. W 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 300 500 500 500 500 Weight kg (lb) 13.3 (18.0) 1295 (51.5 USLS dB 18 18 20 15 18 15 15 15 20 25 — 15 — F/B dB 28 28 28 40 25 40 40 40 34 40 25 40 40 Isolation dB — — — — — — — — — — — — — VSWR <1.0) 1237 (48.5) 9.6) 269 (10.4) 2578 (101.0) 14.0) 2438 (96.5) Width mm (in) 470 (18.5) 16.0 (18.5) 3.0 9.5) 318 (12.0 USLS dB 15 15 15 15 18 15 15 17 16 17 F/B dB 25 30 25 28 30 25 25 25 32 30 Isolation dB >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 VSWR <1.4:1 Max.1) HBW degrees 85 90 90 90 <60° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW). Please see www.3) 592 (23.2 (29. All specifications are subject to change. W 500 300 300 300 Weight kg (lb) 5.4:1 Max.6) 269 (10.1) 2436 (95.5) 2576 (101.0) 10.0 7.1 (20.9 (15.7 (16.5) 7.4) 15.8 (15.4:1 <1.4) 2012 (79.8 (26.5 7.0 14.5) 610 (24.9) Width mm (in) 229 (9.4 7.33:1 <1.5 15.3 (47.0) 9.9) 15.0) Width mm (in) 318 (12.6) 18.5 7. Input Power.3) 592 (23.5 14.9 (30.9 (15.2) 14.9) 12.5) 381 (15.6 (19.33:1 <1. Vertical Polarization Model DB878G60A-XY 878G60T2A-XY 878G60T4A-XY DB842H65E-XY DB874G65A-XY DB844G65ZAXY DB844H65E-XY 844G65T6ZAXY *LBV-6513LS-VTM DB845N65ZAXY DB876G65A-XY DB846F65ZAXY DB848H65E-XY Type Sector Sector Sector Directed Dipole Sector Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Sector Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Frequency (MHz) 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 Tilt degrees 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 6 0–15 0 0 0 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 16.0) 318 (12.4 (18.0) 1295 (51.4:1 <1.0 (18.0) 1240 (48.5) HBW degrees 33 33 33 33 45 VBW degrees 15.0) 19.6 (30.9 (63.2) 2565 (101.4:1 <1.0) 6.9) Length mm (in) 1232 (48.5) 224 (8.0) 17.5 (17.0) 5.9 (30.0 10.4 (16.0) 1829 (72.0) 17.0 10. Dual Polarization Model 854DG85VTEXY *LBX-9012DS-VTM *LBX-9013DS-VTM *LBX-9014DS-VTM Type DualPol® DualPol DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 Tilt degrees 2–14 0–16 0–10 0–8 Gain dBd (dBi) 11.1) 13.9) VBW degrees 14.2) 1935 (76.0) 1219 (48.4:1 Max.0) 312 (12.0) 9.0 (14.5 (20.3:1 <1.1 (20.

7 (28.6) 267 (10.9) 12.0 7.5) 6.0) 1219 (48.0) 1298 (51.7 (28.andrew.3 (25.0 15.0 USLS dB 15 15 18 15 15 15 F/B dB 23 23 25 21 20 22 Isolation dB — — — — — — VSWR <1.4 (14.1) 15.4 (34.5) 165 (6. Input Power.0) 2438 (96.4) 11.5) 267 (10.6) 14.0) Length mm (in) 1219 (48.5 (13.0) 12.1) 1935 (76.9 (17.4) 12.4) 11.3 (12.9 (16.5) 165 (6.0 13.33:1 <1.0 7.5) 165 (6.0) 15.3) HBW degrees 105 105 105 120 120 120 Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).5) 267 (10.0 9.4 (14.0 10.0) 12.3) 12.0 6. length (ascending order).8 (14.0) 610 (24.5 (21.5) >105° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).0) 7.5:1 <1.5) 165 (6.7 (28.0) 1219 (48.com .0) 12.6) 12.4 (14.0 14.0) 1234 (48.0) 12.5) 9.5 30.6 (14.0) 1829 (72.4 (15.5) 165 (6.com for the most current information.0) 3.6) 13.1 (20.3 (25.5) 165 (6.2 (15.4 (16.0 17.6) 14.0) 1219 (48. W 500 500 500 500 500 500 Weight kg (lb) 6. *Teletilt® remote electrical tilt compatible.5 (16.5) 10.4 (23. All specifications are subject to change.5 USLS dB 15 15 15 15 15 18 15 15 20 — 20 18 — 15 F/B dB 40 40 40 40 40 25 40 40 35 25 40 25 40 40 Isolation dB — — — — — — — — — — — — — — VSWR <1.andrew.5 7.5) 267 (10.33:1 <1.0 (16.8) 13.0) 10.33:1 <1.5 (14.33:1 <1.5:1 <1.5 7.0) 14.5:1 <1. Vertical Polarization Model DB874G105AXY DB876G105AXY DB878G105AXY CTSG-12010-0DM CTSG-12012-0DM CTSG-12013-0DM Type Sector Sector Sector Sector Sector Sector Frequency (MHz) 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 Tilt degrees 0 0 0 0 0 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 11.0) Width mm (in) 165 (6.0) 6.0) 9.3 (14.5:1 <1.1 (14.8) 9.0 10. Vertical Polarization Model DB842H80E-XY DB844H80E-XY 844H80T6E-XY DB848H80E-XY DB842H90E-XY DB874G90A-XY DB844H90E-XY 844H90T6E-XY *LBV-9012LS-VTM DB876G90A-XY DB846G90A-XY DB878G90A-XY DB848H90E-XY 848H90T4E-XY Type Directed Dipole™ Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Sector Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Sector Directed Dipole Sector Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Frequency (MHz) 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 Tilt degrees 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 6 0–15 0 0 0 0 4 Gain dBd (dBi) 10.0) 6.2) 2565 (101.4:1 <1. W 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 300 500 500 500 500 500 Weight kg (lb) 3.7 (16.0 7.0 15.0) 13. Input Power.5) 14.5) 165 (6.2 (7.0) 2438 (96.0 (15.4:1 <1.0) 2438 (96.5:1 <1.0) 6.5) 267 (10.33:1 <1.5 14.5) 267 (10.2 (7.1 (13.6) 1829 (72.0) 6.0) 6.3:1 <1.5) 165 (6.6 (30. 44 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.4:1 <1.0) 1219 (48.0) 11.0) 1219 (48.0) 2438 (96.9 (13.5) 267 (10.4) 14.2) 13.0 15.3:1 <1.4 (14.3:1 <1.0) 1829 (72.5) 12.35:1 Max.0 15.0) 2438 (96.5) 168 (6.33:1 <1.5) HBW degrees 80 80 80 80 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 VBW degrees 30.33:1 <1.7 (13.0) Width mm (in) 267 (10.6 (14.5) VBW degrees 14.4 (14. Please see www.3 (17.5) 267 (10. then tilt.5) 165 (6.700/800/900 MHz 806–960 MHz 80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).3:1 Max.0) Length mm (in) 610 (24.2 (11.5 (14.

5) 8.2 (21.6 (17.9 (30.7 (14.8 (26.33:1 Max.5) 24.5) 11.5:1 <1.0) 11.4:1 <1.3 (18.9) 15.4) 12.33:1 <1.1 (15.4 (14. W 500 500 500 500 500 500 250 500 500 500 250 500 500 500 500 500 250 Weight kg (lb) 2.8) 1537 (60. Dual Polarization Model LBX-3316DS-T0M *LBX-3316DS-VTM LBX-3319DS-T0M *LBX-3319DS-VTM *LBX-4517DS-VTM Type DualPol® DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 Tilt degrees 0 2–12 0 0–8 0–10 Gain dBd (dBi) 16. W 500 500 500 500 500 500 300 500 150 Weight kg (lb) 6.5 13.5 15.4:1 <1.0) 0.6) 13.7 (17.0) 14.5) 14.9 (63.9 (30.0) 7.6) 269 (10.5) 315 (12.3) 592 (23.9 (15.3:1 <1.5 (32.4:1 <1.700/800/900 MHz 870–960 MHz <60° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW). *Teletilt® remote electrical tilt compatible.0) 1219 (48.0) Length mm (in) 1232 (48.1) 14.9 (17.4:1 <1.5) 269 (10.4:1 <1.5) 14.3 (20.0) 8.2) 1935 (76.8) 12.0 (14.5) 2576 (101.8) Length mm (in) 620 (24. Vertical Polarization Model DB842H35E-SY DB844H35E-SY DB874G35A-XY DB848H35E-SY DB872G45A-XY DB844G45ZAXY *LBV-4515LS-VTM DB845N45ZAXY ASPG962 Type Directed Dipole™ Directed Dipole Sector Directed Dipole Sector Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Yagi Frequency (MHz) 870–960 870–960 806–960 870–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 870–960 Tilt degrees 0 0 0 0 0 0 0–15 0 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 12. length (ascending order).0) 15.4) 1295 (51.0 14.3:1 <1.6) 269 (10.1) Length mm (in) 610 (24.4) 318 (12.3 (20.0) 318 (12.0) 3.7 (17.4:1 Max.0) 1308 (51.5) 381 (15.7) 1295 (51.5) 269 (10.1) 11.0 14.0 USLS dB 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 18 15 15 17 16 18 18 18 16 17 F/B dB 30 30 30 25 30 25 28 30 25 25 25 30 30 30 30 32 30 Isolation dB >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 VSWR <1.9 (17.33:1 <1.0 (18.6 (16.9 (6. All specifications are subject to change.5) 8.0 (18.6) 269 (10.0) 1295 (51.0 (12.5) 7.33:1 <1.9) 2438 (96.7 (13.8 (26.3) 389 (15.33:1 <1.8 (26.5) 9.0 (14.8) 18.0 7.0) 1295 (51.andrew.0) 1240 (48.0) 610 (24.1) HBW degrees 35 35 35 35 45 45 45 45 52 Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).6) 13.5) 318 (12.1) 15.0 (11.0) 10.0) 15.6) 16.andrew.5) 9.3:1 <1.5) VBW degrees 30.0 (16.4 (34.8) 15.0) 14.com 45 .5) 1295 (51.0) 2565 (101.5) 686 (27.9) 318 (12.7 (14.4 7. W 500 500 500 300 500 300 300 500 500 Weight kg (lb) 5.0) 376 (14.0) 11.4 (16.5 30.4:1 <1.0 43. then tilt. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.33:1 <1.0) Width mm (in) 610 (24.8 (17.5 (40.5 7.33:1 <1.2) 14.4:1 <1.4 (16.0) 28.5 (40.0) 1219 (48.0 14.4 7.com for the most current information.0) 318 (12.7) HBW degrees 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).8) 12.0) 12.3:1 <1.5 (17.5) 1831 (72.4:1 <1.8 (37.1) 10.1) 13.0) 19.3 (20.8) 15.9) 14.6) 17.0) 610 (24.4 (18.2) Width mm (in) 592 (23.0 15.2) 2438 (96.33:1 <1.0) Width mm (in) 229 (9.3 (47. Please see www.0 7.3 (20.5) 13.1 9.4 7.3) 267 (10.5) HBW degrees 33 33 33 33 45 VBW degrees 15.0 (41.3:1 <1.8) 381 (15.33:1 <1.7 (16.0) 470 (18.33:1 <1.0) 1232 (48.5) 318 (12.5) 318 (12.7 (17.4:1 <1.9 (8.0) 2449 (96.4 (34.0 7.0) 11.6 USLS dB 18 15 20 17 16 F/B dB 38 37 35 35 32 Isolation dB >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 VSWR <1.1) 2436 (95.6) 269 (10.3) 592 (23.33:1 <1.5) 16.5 10.7 (28.33:1 <1.6) 15.1 (17.5 (18.0) 2565 (101. Dual Polarization Model 854DG85VTEXY DB854DG90ESY 854DG90T6ESY *LBX-9012DS-VTM DB856DG90ESY *LBX-9013DS-VTM *LBX-9014DS-VTM DB858DG90ESY 858DG90T3ESY Type DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 806–960 870–960 870–960 806–960 870–960 806–960 806–960 870–960 870–960 Tilt degrees 2–14 0 6 0–16 0 0–10 0–8 0 3 Gain dBd (dBi) 11.5) 318 (12.9 (35.0 (12.0) 1829 (72.9) 12.5) 610 (24.5 14.2 (18.8) 14.6) VBW degrees 15.0) 2438 (96.0 16.3) VBW degrees 30.0 10.0) 1930 (76.4:1 <1.0 7.8 (17.0 14.5 (32.1) 13.8) 19.5) 9.5 14.9 (39.5) 21.0) 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).0 14.0) 203 (8.0) 17.1 (20.5) 18.33:1 <1. Input Power.9) Length mm (in) 1306 (51.4 (23.5 9.3:1 <1.8) 12.0) Width mm (in) 315 (12.4:1 Max.0) 18.4 (18.9 (30. Input Power.0 8.8) 16.0 14.7) HBW degrees 85 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 <60° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).4 (15.9 (55.5) 2438 (96.9 (20.4 14.0) 8.33:1 <1.4 (16.33:1 <1.4 (18.0 10.0) 1313 (51.0 15.6) 16.5 14.4) 1306 (51.3) 18.0) 16.6) 15.5 (1.5 (20.5) 15.0 9.0) 1935 (76.0 USLS dB 15 15 15 16 15 15 18 15 18 F/B dB 29 27 27 25 30 30 30 30 30 Isolation dB >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 >30 VSWR <1.5:1 Max. Input Power.8) 226 (8.0 7.8) 12.33:1 <1.0) 2438 (96.9 (18.5:1 <1.0 9.6) 13.0 (26.6) 269 (10.4) 2012 (79.7 (13.4 (14.4) 2438 (96.8 (14.2 (18.4) 15.5 (13.2) 14.0) 1842 (72.0 USLS dB 15 15 18 15 15 20 22 22 — F/B dB 40 40 25 40 20 40 40 40 20 Isolation dB — — — — — — — — — VSWR <1.0) 13.5) 224 (8.4:1 <1.0) 9.6) 269 (10.33:1 <1.0) 1295 (51.5) 1219 (48.0) 12.5 (15.7 (16.5) 269 (10. W 500 500 500 300 300 Weight kg (lb) 13.4) 2578 (101.6 (30.6) 318 (12.5) 9.4:1 <1.0 7.3) 592 (23.9) 15. Dual Polarization Model DB852DG65ESY DB854DG65ESY 854DG65T6ESY CTSDG-06513-0DM CTSDG-06513-4DM CTSDG-06513-6DM *CTSDG-06513-XDM DB856DG65EXY CTSDG-06515-4DM CTSDG-06515-6DM *CTSDG-06515-XDM DB858DG65ESY 858DG65T3ESY 858DG65T6ESY 858DG65T9ESY CTSDG-06516-0DM *CTSDG-06516-XDM Type DualPol® DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 870–960 870–960 870–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 870–960 870–960 870–960 870–960 806–960 806–960 Tilt degrees 0 0 6 0 4 6 0–15 0 4 6 0–10 0 3 6 9 0 0–8 Gain dBd (dBi) 10.0) 14.5) 312 (12.4) 318 (12. Input Power.5 7.1 (39.3 (15.6) 318 (12.

0 10.3 (18.1) 16.5) VBW degrees 30.0) 17.0 13.1 (1.5:1 <1.0 8.4:1 <1.0 30.0) Width mm (in) 165 (6.5 8.1) HBW degrees 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).5:1 <1.8 (8. All specifications are subject to change.0) 4394 (173.5:1 <1.5) 267 (10.33:1 <1.0) 312 (12.0 30.0) 13.3 (25.3 (14.8 (1.7) 2.0) 80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).0 15.1 (1.4) 13.5) 267 (10.4 (16.6) 14.0 14.33:1 <1.3 (17.1) 9.33:1 <1.5) 6807 (268.0) 4.5) 16.0) 9.0 (16.5) VBW degrees 14.0) 13.8) 12.5) 318 (12.4 (14.0) 1219 (48.4 (14.5) 6.0) 6. Input Power.3 (12.5) 165 (6.4 (14.2 (7.1 (1.1 (13.0 13.6 (19.9 (6.4 (18.8) 14.0) 1219 (48.0 9.5 7.5:1 <1.5:1 <1.5) 521 (20.0) 1234 (48.6) 14.1) 15.2 (7.3) 5.0) 1829 (72.6) 12.4:1 <1.5) 267 (10.5) HBW degrees 80 80 80 80 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 >105° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).1 (20.0 USLS dB — — — — — — — — — — F/B dB — — — — — — — — — — Isolation dB — — — — — — — — — — VSWR <1.2 (3.0) 1219 (48.0) 2438 (96. Vertical Polarization Model DB583-Y DB586-Y DB586T3-Y DB589-Y DB589T3-Y DB809KE-SY DB809KT3E-Y ASPJ977E DB810KE-SY DB812KE-Y Type Omni Omni Omni Omni Omni Omni Omni Omni Omni Omni Frequency (MHz) 890–960 890–960 890–960 890–960 890–960 870–960 885–960 872–960 870–960 890–960 Tilt degrees 0 0 3 0 3 0 3 3–8 0 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 3.0) 9.0 (12.2 (3.0) 6.5) 16.4 (14.0 18. W 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 300 500 500 500 500 500 Weight kg (lb) 3.5:1 <1.3 (2.6 (30.0) Length mm (in) 686 (27.0) 3.0 7.0) 521 (20.0 10.0 (12.35:1 Max.0) 521 (20.0) 1237 (48.5:1 <1.0) 1829 (72.0) 2438 (96.6 (14.33:1 <1.0 8.0) 2438 (96.andrew.4:1 <1.0 (15.4) 10.0 15. *Teletilt® remote electrical tilt compatible.7 (15.3:1 <1.0) 1334 (52.0 (5.3:1 <1.0 7.0) 65.5 (13.4:1 <1.0) 8.6) 14.0) 15.7 (12.4 (15.5) VBW degrees 30.5) 38.5) 76.2) 2565 (101.5) 267 (10.0) 2438 (96.0) 9.5 (21.9 (35. Input Power.0) 6.0 (8.4 (18.0) 14.33:1 <1.0) 1219 (48.3 (5.9 (17.5:1 <1.3) 3.1 (1.0) 6.5) 38.0 17.5 15.0 (16.0) 610 (24.0) 15.33:1 <1.8) 9. Vertical Polarization Model ASPJ810 DB499-K DB878G60A-XY 878G60T2A-XY 878G60T4A-XY DB842H65E-XY DB874G65A-XY DB844G65ZAXY DB844H65E-XY 844G65T6ZAXY *LBV-6513LS-VTM DB845N65ZAXY DB876G65A-XY DB846F65ZAXY DB848H65E-XY Type Yagi Yagi Sector Sector Sector Directed Dipole Sector Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Sector Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Frequency (MHz) 870–960 890–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 Tilt degrees 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 6 0–15 0 0 0 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 10.5 (10.0 9.0) 7.0) 6.4 (12.0 (11.1) 9.8 (16.9) 12.2 (29.0) 10.7) 1524 (60.2) 13.1) 9.2 (11.6) 1829 (72.5 30.1) 9.5:1 <1.0 15.5) 8.5) 267 (10.5) 165 (6.0) 76.0 (8.5) 165 (6.4 (23.1) 10.3) HBW degrees 105 105 105 120 120 120 360° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).9 (35.1 (1.9 (13.5:1 <1.5) 14.2 (29.1) 13.33:1 <1.2 (11.33:1 <1.5 USLS dB — — 18 18 20 15 18 15 15 15 20 25 — 15 — F/B dB 20 15 28 28 28 40 25 40 40 40 34 40 25 40 40 Isolation dB — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — VSWR <1.33:1 <1.0) 13.0) 3454 (136.7 (28.0 USLS dB 15 15 18 15 15 15 F/B dB 23 23 25 21 20 22 Isolation dB — — — — — — VSWR <1.3 (25.5 7.6 (19.9 (15.5 (21.0) 2438 (96.6) 13.2 (29.0) 12.0) Length mm (in) 813 (32.0 (11.7 (39. Input Power. then tilt.6) 76. Vertical Polarization Model DB874G105AXY DB876G105AXY DB878G105AXY CTSG-12010-0DM CTSG-12012-0DM CTSG-12013-0DM Type Sector Sector Sector Sector Sector Sector Frequency (MHz) 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 Tilt degrees 0 0 0 0 0 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 11.5 7.3:1 Max.0) 610 (24.9 (17. 46 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.5) 5.5) 254 (10.1 (14.9 (16.0) Length mm (in) 610 (24.5:1 <1.5 14.0) 254 (10.1) 1935 (76.0) 2438 (96.0) 13.5) 165 (6.6 (14.5) 165 (6.2 (15.0 9.5:1 <1.0) 12.2 (3.0) 2438 (96.0) 15.0 4.0 15.700/800/900 MHz 870–960 MHz 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).5) 12.andrew.2 (3.6) 267 (10.7 (16.0 7.1) 8.5 USLS dB 15 15 15 15 15 18 15 15 20 — 20 18 — 15 F/B dB 40 40 40 40 40 25 40 40 35 25 40 25 40 40 Isolation dB — — — — — — — — — — — — — — VSWR <1.9) 13.0) 11.5 (17.1) 6.8 (14.0) 12.5) 165 (6.4) 318 (12.8 (15.5) 318 (12.33:1 <1.2 (27.8) 13.0 15.0) 7.0) Width mm (in) 267 (10.3 (15.3) 3.5) 2794 (110.0 6.0) 1219 (48.1 (20.0) 6.5) 267 (10.5) 9.6) 15.5 (16.33:1 <1.33:1 <1.0) 318 (12.4:1 <1.5:1 <1.8 (26.0 (11.5:1 <1.0) Length mm (in) 1219 (48. W 300 300 300 300 300 500 500 500 500 500 Weight kg (lb) 2.33:1 <1.0) 2438 (96.0) 2438 (96.5) 165 (6.9) 16.1) 137 (5.4) 11.0) 29.3:1 <1.0) 1219 (48.0 (14.0) 76.4 (12.5) 38.0 10.5:1 <1.1) 12.4) 12.33:1 <1.5:1 Max. Input Power.0) 12.2 3.2 (11.0) 1499 (59.3) 254 (10.com for the current information. W 150 150 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 300 500 500 500 500 Weight kg (lb) 0. Vertical Polarization Model DB842H80E-XY DB844H80E-XY 844H80T6E-XY DB848H80E-XY DB842H90E-XY DB874G90A-XY DB844H90E-XY 844H90T6E-XY *LBV-9012LS-VTM DB876G90A-XY DB846G90A-XY DB878G90A-XY DB848H90E-XY 848H90T4E-XY Type Directed Dipole™ Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Sector Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Sector Directed Dipole Sector Directed Dipole Directed Dipole Frequency (MHz) 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 Tilt degrees 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 6 0–15 0 0 0 0 4 Gain dBd (dBi) 10.5 (10.0) 5.0) 1219 (48.0) 1829 (72.0) 762 (30. length (ascending order).com .0 11. Please see www.5) 267 (10.0) 2438 (96.33:1 <1.0 (11.0 (12.4) 11.0) Radome OD mm (in) 38.3) 12.4:1 Max.0) 3734 (147.0 7.5 (14.6) 10.0 15.5 7.0 18.4) 14.0 15.0) 14.0 7.7 (28.0) 1829 (72.5) 10.0) 12.0) 1219 (48.8 (8.0) 1298 (51.5) 254 (10.5) 11.33:1 <1.5 (16.7 (13.1) HBW degrees 60 60 60 60 60 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 VBW degrees 30.0 (18.1 (13.0) 5118 (201.5) 165 (6.1) 6.5) 38.0) 1219 (48.0 17.5) 305 (12.4 (34.7 (28.5 (65.5:1 <1. W 500 500 500 500 500 500 Weight kg (lb) 6.5) 168 (6.0) Width mm (in) 180 (7.5 (14.5) 165 (6.5) 5.5:1 <1.4 (14.

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2–5.8 GHz .WiMAX ANTENNAS  2.

Omnidirectional Antennas The WiMAX band omnidirectional antennas are built to endure outdoor environments. Contact Andrew's Customer Support Center (CSC) to discuss these designs or other array configurations.3. These antennas offer outstanding value and quality performance.  SA3400 Series  DB992HG28N-B  W2X Series 50 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. and 5. low-cost. Andrew has also developed a series of RET capable antennas for the WiMAX bands and is continually expanding its offerings of RET capable antennas. Andrew’s WiMAX antennas are designed with years of innovative experience in the wireless industry. 2. while maintaining a low profile in an aesthetically attractive package. rugged.5. In addition. featuring high volume. Andrew offers WiMAX band multicolumn arrays for use in digital beamforming applications.5.com  APW Series .WiMAX Features and Benefits Sector Antennas Andrew Wireless Solutions sector base station antennas are ideal for WiMAX applications in the 2.andrew. reliable models with trouble-free performance. 3.8 GHz bands.

Elevation Gain - 65 16 Horizontal BW D Pattern Shape. Azimuth S Mounting Hardware - VT M Tilt Option EXTENDED WARRANTY All Andrew sector base station antennas featuring 7–16 DIN connectors carry a 5-year extended warranty. L. 3400–3600) 5 = WiMAX (5150–5875) POLARIZATION H = Horizontal Pol V = Vertical Pol X = DualPol® XX = Dual DualPol® (Quad) XXX = Triple DualPol® PATTERN SHAPE–AZIMUTH D = Standard Dipole L = Directed Dipole™ PATTERN SHAPE–ELEVATION F = Optimized Null Fill G = Optimized Gain S = Heavy Upper Sidelobe Suppression (USLS) TILT OPTION T# = Degree of Fixed Tilt VT = Variable Electrical Tilt R2 = ATC200 Teletilt® RET Ready MOUNTING HARDWARE M = Standard Downtilt Mount and Pipe Mount Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.andrew.WiMAX Single Band Sector Base Station Antenna Model Number Sequences Typical Style 1 – Model Number Sequence Frequency Band H Polarization B Frequency Group X Pattern Shape. 2495–2690) 3 = WiMAX (3300–3800. FREQUENCY BAND (MHz) (Shown in Frequency Order) U = 410–500 L = 806–960 H = 1710–2180 W = 2300–5875 FREQUENCY GROUP (Shown in Frequency Order with Band in MHz) B = Broadband (Covers entire U. or H Freq. Band) C = 800 MHz (806–896) G = GSM900 (870–960) K = GSM1800 (1710–1880) P = 1900 MHz (1850–1990) U = UMTS (1920–2180) 2 = WiMAX (2300–2700.com 51 .

Vertical Pol G = Optimized Gain. Female (Back) FREQUENCY BAND (MHz) (Shown in Frequency Order) C = 420–572 SY = 870–960 A = 740–801 KL = 1710–1880 XT = 806–869 M = 1850–1990 SX = 806–896 B = 1710–2170 XC = 824–896 U = 1920–2170 XY = 806–960 SR = 2100–2700 Vertical BW can be estimated based on the # of stacked radiators. Vertically Polarized RR = Optimized Gain. DualPol® H = Conventional USLS.WiMAX Single Band Sector Base Station Antenna Model Number Sequences Typical Style 3 – Model Number Sequence Fixed 0º No. DualPol® FV = Optimized Null Fill. Vertically Polarized LG = Optimized Gain. Heavy USLS. by dividing the # of stacked radiators into 60 (Ex: 60 divided by 4 stacked radiators z 15° Vertical BW). DualPol® RV = Optimized Gain.andrew. Female (Bottom) A = 7–16 DIN. Heavy USLS.com FREQUENCY BAND (MHz) (Shown in Frequency Order) A = 806–896 B = 806–960 C = 1710–1880 P = 1850–1990 U = 1710–2180 Y = 2500–2700 OTHER (A dash may preceed this character. USLS. Stacked Radiators (DB) 8x x Frequency Group Horizontal Beamwidth DG Connector Type 65 Technology Group T6 E - Tilt Option SX Frequency Band EXTENDED WARRANTY All Andrew sector base station antennas featuring 7–16 DIN connectors carry a 5-year extended warranty. TECHNOLOGY GROUP F = Optimized Null Fill. DualPol®. Dual DualPol® (Side-By-Side) Typical Style 4 – Model Number Sequence Technology Group RR Connector Type Gain 65 - 17 Horizontal Beamwidth - 02 Tilt Option D Heavy USLS P Frequency Band L x Other EXTENDED WARRANTY All Andrew sector base station antennas featuring 7–16 DIN connectors carry a 5-year extended warranty. FREQUENCY GROUP (Shown in Frequency Order) 6x = UHF 8x = 800/900 MHz 9x = 1800/1900 MHz/UMTS/WiMAX NUMBER OF STACKED RADIATORS 800/900 MHz Models: Equals length of antenna (ft) 1710–2170 MHz Models: Equals 2x length of antenna (ft) TILT OPTION None = 0° Fixed Tilt T# = Degree of Fixed Tilt VT = Variable Electrical Tilt R2 = ATC200 Teletilt® RET Ready CONNECTOR TYPE E = 7–16 DIN. Vertical Pol DG = Optimized Gain. TECHNOLOGY GROUP DR = Dual DualPol® (Quad) FR = Optimized Null Fill. Female (Back) 52 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. Vertically Polarized TR = Triple DualPol® TILT OPTION ## = Degree of Fixed Tilt V = Variable Electrical Tilt CONNECTOR TYPE D = 7–16 DIN. Heavy USLS. Heavy USLS. Directed Dipole™ QDG = Optimized Gain.) # = Design Revision Level Q = Side-By-Side R = Factory Installed Actuator 12 = 12 inch Width .

Vertical Polarization Model DB992HG28N-B Type Sector Frequency Tilt Gain (MHz) degrees dBd (dBi) 1710–2490 0 14.2) 2.0) 245 (9.7 45.1) 1000 (39.2) 240 (9.5:1 <1.7) 3.2) 168 (6.8 (8.8:1 <1.7 (17.0) 0.9) 0.5 (8.0) 762 (30.0 (11.4) 80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).5:1 Max.8 (16. Input Power.0 USLS dB 18 18 20 18 F/B dB 40 34 32 28 Isolation dB >30 >25 >30 >30 VSWR <1.0) 1219 (48.6) 361 (14.9 (18.0) Length mm (in) 554 (21.5) 5.9 (2.0) 16.0 (15.0 6.5) 165 (6.0 (11.1 (15.0 (22.7 (1.5:1 Max.4) 10. *Teletilt® remote electrical tilt compatible.2) 165 (6.0 5.9 (10.4) Width mm (in) 76 (3.4) 35 (1.0 USLS dB 15 18 18 — — F/B dB 25 36 34 — — Isolation dB — — — — — VSWR <1.5:1 <1.0) 1219 (48.0 5.0) 0.0 USLS dB — — — — — F/B dB — — — — — Isolation dB — — — — — VSWR <1. Please see www.0 5.0 USLS dB 18 18 18 F/B dB 36 34 23 Isolation dB >25 >30 >30 VSWR <1.4 (0.4:1 Max.5) VBW degrees 6.5 (16.9 (2.0) 178 (7.1) 9.9) 13.6) 13.7 5.4) 15.5) 5.9) 14.9 (15.0 32.4) 213 (8.0) 1041 (41.9 (5.0) 1219 (48.8 (10.8) 6. All specifications are subject to change.0) 635 (25.0) 80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).1) 14.0 34.5) 3.0) 14.8) 711 (28.5) 3.com for the most current information.5) 157 (6.4) VBW degrees 7.8) 711 (28.0 (18. W 250 50 80 250 Weight kg (lb) 4.9 (8.0) 6.2) 168 (6.5 (17.0) 14. Vertical Polarization Model DB910SN-W DB906SN-T AWA2500-3602-00NF AWA2500-3605-00NF AWA2500-3608-00NF Type Omni Omni Omni Omni Omni Frequency (MHz) 3400–3600 2400–2483 2400-2500 2400-2500 2400-2500 Tilt degrees 0 0 0 0 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 7.0) 203 (8.9 (16.0 USLS dB 15 18 15 20 18 18 18 F/B dB 25 40 22 34 34 25 25 Isolation dB — — — — — — — VSWR <1.5:1 <1.4 column Frequency (MHz) 5150–5875 2400–2700 2100–2700 3300–3800 2300–2700 2300–2700 3300-3800 Tilt degrees 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 13.6) 15.8 5.7) 14.0 8. W 50 50 50 Weight kg (lb) 4.0 6.0 60.7 (1.4:1 <1.8) Length mm (in) 1214 (47.0) HBW degrees 90 85 90 90 90 90 90 >105° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).2) 5.0) 1350 (53.4) 0.0 (16.2) 165 (6. W 50 50 50 75 75 Weight kg (lb) 0.7 (1.2–5.7) 3.6 (1.0) HBW degrees 360 360 360 360 360 Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).5:1 <1.7:1 Max.5) 35 (1.1) HBW degrees 65 65 65 65 VBW degrees 6.0 USLS dB 20 18 12 F/B dB 32 32 25 Isolation dB — — — VSWR <1.7) 4.0) 1041 (41.0 (8.5) Max.andrew. Dual Polarization Model *W2X-6516DS-VTM SA3400-065X-18 SA2500-065X-18 *W2X-6514DS-VTM Type DualPol® DualPol DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 2300–2700 3300–3800 2300–2700 2300–2700 Tilt degrees 0–10 2 2 0–10 Gain dBd (dBi) 15.5:1 <1.0 18 35 — <2.0 16.7 (12.5:1 <1.5:1 <1.7:1 <1.6) Length mm (in) 554 (21.5 (6.4) 213 (8. Input Power. Input Power.8 5. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.0 15.9) 0.9 (17.0) HBW degrees 120 120 120 360° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).0) 76 (8.6 7.0) Width mm (in) 305 (12.6 7.1) HBW degrees 90 90 90 <60° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).6) 76 (3.0) 5.6) 14.2) 12.0) 38 (1.9 (17.6) 213 (8.0) Width mm (in) 157 (6.5:1 <1.2) Length mm (in) 711 (28.6) 4. Vertical Polarization Model SA3400-120V-15 SA2500-120V-15 SA5150-120V-15 Type Sector Sector Sector Frequency (MHz) 3300–3800 2300–2700 5150–5875 Tilt degrees 2 2 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 12. Input Power.0) Length mm (in) 305 (12.7 (1.0 (17.6) HBW degrees 60 65 65 47 70 VBW degrees 6.3 (5.9 (17.6 (7.0 (8.0) 2.5:1 <1.7 5.8 (14.4:1 <1. W 50 200 100 50 50 20 20 Weight kg (lb) 0. W 50 80 250 Weight kg (lb) 5.6 5.8 (15.4) VBW degrees 6.5) 4.7:1 <1.0) 1219 (48.0) Width mm (in) 25 (1.8 (12.5 (17.0) 15.5:1 <1.0) VBW degrees 7.3 (16.0 6.8 (10.4) 35 (1. length (ascending order).2 (0.4:1 <1.0) 554 (21.9 (17.8) Width mm (in) 157 (6.com 53 .2) Length mm (in) 991 (39.8:1 Max. then tilt. Dual Polarization Model SA3400-090X-16 SA2500-090X-16 *W2X-9013DS-VTM Type DualPol DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 3300–3800 2300–2700 2300–2700 Tilt degrees 2 2 0–10 Gain dBd (dBi) 13.5:1 <1.5) 165 (6. W kg (lb) 50 1.0 (2.5) 3.9 (8.6 (16. Input Power. Input Power.5:1 <1. W 150 200 10 10 10 Weight kg (lb) 0.5:1 <1.4 (3.3) Width mm (in) 76 (3. Vertical Polarization Model SA5150-090V-16 DB950G85E-R DB973G90-SR SA3400-090V-16 SA2500-090V-16 APW425-12014-0N APW435-12014-0N Type Sector Directed Dipole™ Sector Sector Sector Sector .4 column Sector .0) HBW VBW USLS F/B Isolation degrees degrees dB dB dB VSWR 28 25. Vertical Polarization Model SA5150-060V-17 SA3400-065V-18 SA2500-065V-18 DBVLH-7050-T0M Type Sector Sector Sector Dual band Frequency (MHz) 5150–5875 3300–3800 2300–2700 1710–2300 806–960 Tilt degrees 0 2 2 0 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 14.0) 4.6) 432 (17.5 (1.7 (8.0) 157 (6.2) 168 (6.0) 0.9 (8.5 (9.0) 8.4:1 Max.WiMAX 2.0) 157 (6.0) 1219 (48.1) 0.2 (9.0) 711 (28.6 6.0:1 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).9) 0.8) 1346 (53.4 (12.5) Length mm (in) 711 (28.0) 213 (8.8 GHz 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).9) 14. Input Weight Power.andrew.4:1 <1.0) Width mm (in) 165 (6.5:1 <1.

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30–512 MHz ANTENNAS  30–174 MHz  380–430 MHz  406–512 MHz .

dependable performance for all general purpose applications. Or. provides long lasting. and the mast and radiating elements are vented to prevent moisture accumulation.30–512 MHz Features and Benefits Ground Plane Antennas DB201 series ground plane omni antennas feature a moisture resistant epoxy insulator to guard against condensation and corrosion in the 50 ohm feed-through connector. and most models are capable of operating in either single or multi-frequency systems. D Dual folded dipoles are extremely rugged to resist winds up to 125 mph (201 km/h). D DB264 models are designed with the cable harness enclosed in the metal mast. DB408.com D Each antenna is easy to install with optional side mounts available.  DB224 56 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. by positioning the dipoles evenly every 90° on opposite sides of the mast. Optional uncut models are available with cutting charts. and can easily be field adjusted with ordinary hand tools to produce the desired pattern performance. and order DB5007 for dual folded dipole antennas. By aligning the antenna dipoles collinearly. D Radiators operate at dc ground and each aluminum mast has a pointed cap that provides a low resistance discharge path to the tower or ground system. The ASP7A light duty quarter wave ground plane antenna. and DB420) are especially suitable for duplex operation. an offset pattern is produced offering a higher gain. and is an ideal choice for economical installations. DB413. weatherproofed male-to-female connector. constructed of chrome-painted brass radiators and stainless steel radials. a circular pattern is produced offering omni coverage. DB411. The antennas are cut to frequency and factory tested for minimum VSWR.8 mm) OD. The lead is protected with a field replaceable. Order DB5001 for side mounting standard folded dipole antennas. These antennas are constructed of all metal and all elements operate at dc ground to protect against damage from lightning. DB228. Additional Features D DB222. Exposed Dipole Quasi-Omni Antennas  DB201 Andrew’s exposed dipole quasi-omni antennas feature flexibility for pattern shaping. This antenna easily mounts in minutes on a mast up to 1.andrew. DB224. and DB264 antennas perform efficiently in both transmit and receive. . Each model is designed with a center splice to assure proper alignment. Dual dipole models (DB404.25 in (31.

D Moisture resistant bulkhead connector on the bottom cap. as well as Olympic vaulters’ poles.com 57 . D Each antenna easily installs with a no-torsion mount and includes a dc ground. The panel antennas provide exceptional gain with 1. The DB63x series antenna radomes are made of minimum tip deflection (MTD) fiberglass. D DB654 and DB674 antennas feature a sturdy construction with a passivated aluminum back panel. The antennas can be mounted on opposite sides of the tower to produce a bi-directional pattern. a material known for its use in helicopter rotor blades and racing sailboat masts.4:1 or better VSWR and DualPol® performance in the DB654 model. D The radome on DB616 and DB640NS is made of 0. if desired. Directional Antennas Select from Andrew’s DB436 yagi or DB654/DB674 panel antenna families for directional gain advantages. One wavelength of vertical separation is recommended. The ASP omni antennas have an extra heavy radome made of Armorweave fiberglass. Each model is designed to withstand hostile winds.  ASP685  DB640NS-C Additional Features D DB436 antennas can be mounted side-by-side or vertically stacked to provide either vertical or horizontal polarization. D DB616 models are engineered to last by using all metal in the radiators. and either copper or brass is used in the feed and matching systems to minimize galvanic reaction and reduce intermodulation.andrew. as well as drain plugs in both the top and bottom for upright or inverted mounting provide protection against corrosion. These antennas are weather resistant with a gold iridated support pipe made of 6061-T6 aluminum alloys. and a high impact UV and weather resistant ABS plastic radome.25 in thick Aeroglass fiberglass. alodine finish aluminum radiating elements.  DB674G65A-C Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. The yagi models offer great front-to-back ratios.30–512 MHz Features and Benefits Fiberglass Omni Antennas Andrew’s fiberglass omni antennas feature rugged fiberglass radomes to protect the radiating elements from harsh weather environments. D DB436 models are made of high strength aluminum alloys with stainless steel mounting brackets and galvanized or stainless steel hardware used for installing the DB254 antennas.

5) 89 (3. exposed dipole Omni.0 F/B dB — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).1) VBW degrees 60.1) 9. exposed dipole Omni.6) — 76 (3.0) 6223 (245.0) 6553 (258.5:1 Max.0) 3226 (127.0 (5.0) 3226 (127.0) 6401 (252.5:1 <1.5:1 <1.0) 6477 (255.5) 89 (3.3 (7.0) Width mm (in) 965 (38.0) 6553 (258.5:1 <1.0) 12395 (488.1) 9.0 16. ground plane Omni.0 18.0) 7087 (279.5) 15.1) 6.5:1 <1.0) 6223 (245.1) 3.1 (51. ground plane Omni.com .7 (0.1) 6.0 (2.1) 3.0 15.1) 6. exposed dipole Frequency (MHz) 108–512 30–50 144–174 153–160 155–174 150–158 158–166 166–174 143–150 136–143 160–174 160–174 150–164 150–164 151–158 155–163 150–160 155–165 164–174 138–150 127–141 160–170 139–143 150–160 155–165 164–174 150–160 155–165 164–174 Tilt degrees 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 0.2 (38.0 (11.0) 6477 (255. exposed dipole Omni. exposed dipole Omni.5 (7.0) 23.0) 6553 (258.4:1 <1.6) 5.5 (7.0 70. exposed dipole Omni.5 (11.3 (16.0) 762 (30.0) 6401 (252.0) 5.5:1 <1.5 (7.8) 10.0 16.0) 32.5:1 <1.0 36.0 36.0 16.8 (21.3 (36.5:1 <1.0) 32.5 (32.0 (22. ground plane Omni.5) — — — — — — 51 (2.2 (38. Input Power.1) 9.5:1 <1.5:1 <1. exposed dipole Omni. exposed dipole Omni.0 (8.0) 23.0) 15.1) 6.0) 16.5:1 <1.5 (10.5) 89 (3.6) 5.5:1 <1. W 100 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 350 350 500 500 500 500 500 500 500 300 300 300 500 500 500 Weight kg (lb) 0. then tilt.7 (72.0 (8.8 (15.5:1 <1.0 (5.0) 23.0 (5.4) 5.3 (16.0 (8.5:1 <1.3 (16.0 16.1) 6. exposed dipole Omni.1) 6.1) 6. *Bandwidth is only 2% of cut frequency.0 (8.5:1 <1.0) 7.0 18.0) 3226 (127.0 (8.5) 89 (3.0) 17.0 18. exposed dipole Omni.0) 9.0 15.0 78.0) 14.5:1 <1. W 350 Weight kg (lb) 6.5:1 <1.0 60.1) 3.3 (36.1) 6.0) 7.0) 1854 (73.0) 6477 (255.com for the most current information. exposed dipole Omni Omni.0) 7. Vertical Polarization Model DB292-A Type Yagi Frequency (MHz) 150–160 Tilt degrees 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 9.0 18 VSWR <1.3 (7.0 16.1) 5.0) 3226 (127.0) Length mm (in) 2134 (84. 58 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.5) 9.9 (35. length (ascending order).0 16.1 (51.5) 89 (3.0) 15.0) 32. exposed dipole Omni.5:1 Max.1 (51.0) 17.0) 15.5:1 <1.0 (5.0 16.5:1 <1.5:1 <1.0 8.4) 6.5) 323 (12.0) — — — — — 89 (3.5 (7.0) 12395 (488.5:1 <1. Input Power. Vertical Polarization Model ASP7A *DB201-L *DB201-M DB220-B DB601E-AC DB222-A DB222-B DB222-C DB222-E DB222-F DB616-BC DB616E-BC DB616-AB DB616E-AB ASPA685 ASPB685 DB224-A DB224-B DB224-C DB224-E DB224-FAA DB224-F DB224-SM DB264-A DB264-B DB264-C DB228-A DB228-B DB228-C Type Omni.7 (72. All specifications are subject to change. exposed dipole Omni.0 16.7 (72.0) 4.6) 5.0 8. exposed dipole Omni.0 36.0 (8.0 36.9 (35.0 16.9 (35.andrew.0) Width mm (in) 12.0 (8.30–512 MHz 30–174 MHz 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).0 (8.0 16.0) 7.5:1 <1.5:1 <1.4 (23.1) 0.0 (5. exposed dipole Omni Omni Omni Omni Omni Omni Omni. exposed dipole Omni.1) 0.5:1 <1.0) 2794 (110.1) 0.0 (2.9 (13.0 78.0) Length mm (in) 660 (26.0 36.1) 3.5:1 <1.0) 5867 (231.0) 2896 (114.8 (21.0) 5867 (231.3 (16.3 (16. exposed dipole Omni.0) HBW degrees 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 VSWR <1.0 (5.0) 6858 (270.0 18. exposed dipole Omni.5:1 <1.0 8. exposed dipole Omni.0) 3226 (127.0 (8.0 (2.0 (11.0) — — — — — — 360° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).6) HBW VBW F/B degrees degrees dB 62 50.5:1 <1.1 (51.0 (2.0 (11.1) 3.0) 16.3 (36.7) 701 (27.9 (35.1) 3.5:1 <1.0) 6477 (255.4 (0. Please see www.0) 23.0 (8.0) 6477 (255.0) 12395 (488.andrew.6) 5.0) 7.0) 16.0) 10.1) 6.

5:1 <1. All specifications are subject to change.5) 12. Vertical Polarization Model DB436-A DB674G65A-C Type Yagi Sector Frequency (MHz) 400–420 420–512 Tilt degrees 0 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 10.5:1 Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).0 17.0) 7.0) 1981 (78. Input Power.1) 13. ground plane Omni.7 (6.0) VBW degrees 15.9) Length mm (in) 1981 (78.5) Width mm (in) 483 (19.0) 19.1 (15.0 78. Dual Polarization Model Type UBX-6513DS-T15M DualPol® DB654DG65A-C DualPol Frequency (MHz) 410–500 410–512 Tilt degrees 15 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 12.1 (42.0 7.33:1 >30 <1.0) Radome OD in (mm) — 239 (9. W 250 500 250 250 Weight lb (kg) 6. then tilt. Input Power.2 (7.4 15.5:1 — <1.4 USLS dB 16 16 F/B dB 25 25 Isolation dB VSWR >30 <1.com for the most current information.4) HBW degrees 90 90 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).0 17.4 (14. exposed dipole Omni.4:1 Max.4) — — 80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).0) Width mm (in) 478 (18.0 USLS dB — 15 F/B dB 22 28 Isolation dB VSWR >30 <1.4 (34.5) 2426 (95.0) 2.8 (37.0 (12.0) 19. W 600 600 Weight kg (lb) 19.1) 6.0) 1981 (78.5:1 <1.8) 483 (19. length (ascending order).0) Length mm (in) 889 (35.8 (5.0 USLS dB — 18 F/B dB 16 25 Isolation dB VSWR — <1.3 (14.0 (41.0) VBW degrees 44.6 (8.0) Length mm (in) 2451 (96. Input Power.0 14.1 (42. exposed dipole Omni. Dual Polarization Model DB654DG90A-C 654DG90T3A-C Type DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 410–512 410–500 Tilt degrees 0 3 Gain dBd (dBi) 12.5:1 <1.andrew.4:1 >30 <1. exposed dipole Frequency (MHz) 406–420 406–512 406–420 406–420 Tilt degrees 0 0 0 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 3. *Bandwidth is only 2% of cut frequency.5) 483 (19.4:1 Max. Input Power.0) HBW degrees 65 65 VBW degrees 19. W 500 600 Weight kg (lb) 16.7) 9.0) 2870 (113.0) Length in (mm) 1524 (60.1) 12.0 (14.0 (2.0) 5867 (231.2) HBW degrees 60 65 360° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW). Vertical Polarization Model DB404-A *DB201-N DB408-A DB420-A Type Omni.30–512 MHz 380–430 MHz 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW). W 250 700 Weight kg (lb) 3. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.1 (42.0) 19.0) 15.0 USLS dB — — — — F/B dB — — — — Isolation dB — — — — Max.4:1 Max.4 (14. Please see www.3) HBW degrees 360 360 360 360 VSWR <1.9) 0.com 59 .0) 483 (19.2 (11.9 (15.andrew.0) VBW degrees 27.0) 483 (19.0) Width mm (in) 368 (14.7 (17.

exposed dipole Omni.1 (42. Input Power.5:1 <1. All specifications are subject to change.6 (8.0) VBW degrees 44.0 14.4 (14. *Bandwidth is only 2% of cut frequency.0) 3.0) 889 (35.0) 15.5:1 <1.1) 360 360 360 360 360 7.0) 1981 (78.0 7. Please see www.9) Length mm (in) 1981 (78. W 600 600 Weight kg (lb) 19.4 15.0) 10.5) 2426 (95. exposed dipole Quasi-Omni.0) 7.7) 9.0) 1435 (56.3) 9.0) 2870 (113.0) Length mm (in) 889 (35.1) 10.com .0) 5055 (199.0) 2.8 (5.0 14.andrew.7) 6.5 (32. length (ascending order). Input Power.8 (2.0) Specifications are sorted by horizontal beamwidth (HBW).0 (10.4 (14.1) 0.8) 483 (19.5:1 <1.0 44.5) 368 (14.0 (12. W 500 600 Weight kg (lb) 16.0) 5918 (233.0) 11.6) 12.0) 14.8 (37.0) 7.0) 483 (19.5) 483 (19.0) 50.0 (12.0 (14.5:1 <1.0) 2870 (113.5) Width mm (in) 483 (19.4 USLS dB 16 16 F/B dB 25 25 Isolation dB VSWR >30 <1.0 17.8 (2.0) 3.6 (30.0) 5867 (231.0) 660 (26.2 (7.0) 889 (35.7 (6. Input Power.3) 9. exposed dipole Omni.7 (17.8) 2. W 500 500 100 500 500 250 250 250 250 250 250 250 Weight kg (lb) 2.0 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — <1.4) HBW degrees 90 90 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).2 (11.andrew.6 (8.0) Width mm (in) 478 (18.5:1 <1.0 USLS dB — — — 18 F/B dB 16 16 16 25 Isolation dB — — — — VSWR <1.1 (15.5) 14.5:1 <1.0) 27. exposed dipole Omni.5:1 <1. exposed dipole Omni Frequency (MHz) 406–512 450–470 108–512 450–482 450–482 406–420 450–470 406–420 450–470 470–488 488–512 450–470 Tilt degrees 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 0. 60 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.0 (8. ground plane Omni.0) 0.3) 10.0 (2.5) 368 (14.0 USLS dB — 15 F/B dB 22 28 Isolation dB VSWR >30 <1.5:1 500 500 500 500 250 13.0 7.5) 1524 (60.1 (42.3 (14.5:1 Max. ground plane Omni.5:1 <1.0) 2870 (113.6 (8.0) 76 (3.0) 19.0) Radome OD mm (in) 239 (9.5:1 <1.5) 50.4:1 Max.0 7.0) 13.7 (17.5:1 <1.9 (15.6 (8.1 (42.5:1 <1.0) 7.1) 13.0 14.0 14.0 78.0) 965 (38.0) 6.1) 0.2 (60.5:1 <1.7) 6.0 (12.3) 9.0 10. exposed dipole Omni.0 17.0) 7. ground plane Omni Omni Omni.0) 2870 (113.5:1 <1. W 250 250 250 700 Weight kg (lb) 3.0) — 406–420 450–470 470–488 488–512 450–482 0 0 0 0 0 9.5:1 <1.2 (7.0 (12. exposed dipole Omni.0) 80–95° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).9) 3.0 35. exposed dipole Omni.30–512 MHz 406–512 MHz 60–75° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).2 (33.0) 2896 (114.1) 12.0) 5766 (227.0) Length mm (in) 2451 (96.5) 15.7 (17.1) 10.1) 10.0) 19.4:1 >30 <1.0) 76 (3.7 (0. exposed dipole Omni.33:1 >30 <1.0) VBW degrees 15.6 (30.0) 2870 (113.5:1 <1.0) Length mm (in) 483 (19.7 (6.1) 12.7) 6.1) HBW degrees 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 360 VBW degrees 78.0) 6.5:1 <1.5:1 <1.6 (8.0) 64 (2.0 80.0 20. exposed dipole Omni.0 (41.0) 7264 (286.0 44.5) 76 (3.0 (14. Dual Polarization Model DB654DG90A-C 654DG90T3A-C Type DualPol DualPol Frequency (MHz) 410–512 410–500 Tilt degrees 0 3 Gain dBd (dBi) 12.5:1 <1.5:1 250 250 250 250 500 15. then tilt.1) 3.0 7.0) 1524 (60.0 (8.1) 6.0 USLS dB — — — — — — — — — — — — F/B dB — — — — — — — — — — — — Isolation dB — — — — — — — — — — — — VSWR <1.0) 5385 (212. Dual Polarization Model Type UBX-6513DS-T15M DualPol® DB654DG65A-C DualPol Frequency (MHz) 410–500 410–512 Tilt degrees 15 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 12.0) 5588 (220.0 7.0) — — — — 76 (3.0 (11.0 (2.4:1 Max.5) 12.1 (40.5:1 <1.com for the most current information.3 (25.1) 3.0 (5.5 (32.7 (6.0 (22.0) — — — — — — — 450–482 450–482 450–482 450–470 450–470 0 0 0 0 0 6.1) 8.0 14.5:1 <1.2) HBW degrees 60 60 60 65 360° Horizontal Beamwidth (HBW).0) 2870 (113.0) 483 (19.0 27.0) HBW degrees 65 65 VBW degrees 19.5:1 <1.2 (11. Vertical Polarization Model *DB201-N *DB201-P ASP7A DB630-C DB633-C DB404-A DB404-B DB408-A DB408-B DB408-C DB408-D DB411-B DB636NSE-C DB636-C DB638NSE-C ASP705K DB413-B DB420-A DB420-B DB420-C DB420-D DB640NS-C Type Omni.0) 18.7 (17. Vertical Polarization Model DB436-A DB436-C DB436-E DB674G65A-C Type Yagi Yagi Yagi Sector Frequency (MHz) 400–420 450–470 488–512 420–512 Tilt degrees 0 0 0 0 Gain dBd (dBi) 10.0) 19.0 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — <1.0 60.4 (34.2 (11.4 (0.4 (14.0 27.8 (5.4:1 Max.0 (2.4) 218 (8. Input Power.0 6.0) 1981 (78.0) 5588 (220.0) 3.1) 0. exposed dipole Omni Omni Omni Omni Quasi-Omni.2 (11.6 (34.2 (7.5:1 <1.9) 6.1) 360 360 360 360 360 20.0 (2. exposed dipole Omni.0 (12.0) Width mm (in) 368 (14.

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Use junction boxes to break out the control cable to individual actuators D Sites where it is desired to eliminate the AISG data cable run and utilize existing coaxial line D Sites where operators wish to leave the controllers fixed at the cell site to allow the control system to be accessed and operated over an Ethernet connection D Sites with AISG tower mounted amplifiers (TMAs)  ATM200-002 Actuator Features RoHS D Rugged. high performance remote control actuator D Actuator is easily mounted onto downtilt adjustment rod below antenna. Development of these antennas began with an innovative design known as VARI-TILT® (manual field adjustable electrical downtilt models). Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt Antenna System Teletilt is Andrew’s patented remote control system for managing AISG compatible components.andrew. Forty percent of sites audited are found to be out of specification with original site requirements on boresite and tilt angle. Using the Andrew Teletilt RET system. 62 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. capacity requirements can be frequently evaluated and adjustments easily made to improve coverage. which evolved into today’s Andrew Teletilt® remote electrical tilt (RET) antenna system.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Features and Benefits Andrew Wireless Solutions has been the world leader in engineering and deploying thousands of variable electrical downtilt base station antennas since the introduction of this technology to the wireless industry. as well as a higher level of customer satisfaction due to better call quality.com . easy to use control software D Compatible with a wide selection of Andrew variable electrical downtilt antennas D Developed in conjunction with international Antenna Interface Standards Group (AISG) guidelines D Control system can be interfaced to a network operation center by means of Ethernet or similar connection *For more information contact Andrew Customer Support Center. such as full three sector sites using non-duplexed antennas or multiband antennas (requiring more than one actuator per antenna) D Customers who are specifically going to network all the control systems D Only one cable running up the tower. Benefits Using Teletilt® D Quickly respond to changing traffic needs and perform drive test adjustments without site downtime or costly tower climbs D Reduce antenna inventory and decrease product obsolescence D No specialized manpower or equipment required D Ideal for difficult to access sites (antenna access is no longer needed) Typical Applications D Sites with a larger number of antennas. Improved network optimization translates into increased dollars on the bottom line. either field retrofittable or factory installed D Male and female AISG connectors facilitate daisy chaining actuators D Simple.

Andrew also carries state-of-the-art software for managing entire antenna networks remotely. and are compliant with both AISG and RoHS standards.com  Diagnostic Kit 63 .andrew. These products are capable of operating in either AISG 1.0 mode.1 or 2.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System RET System Components And Complementary Products Andrew Wireless Solutions offers a complete portfolio of Teletilt® RET system components.  Actuators  Controllers  Junction Boxes  Lightning Protection Unit  Cables  Grounding Kits  OneBase™ AISG Tower  Bias Tees Mounted Amplifiers  Surge Arrestors  Software Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. Along with many next generation RET products.

Andrew offers both a portable and a rack mount controller for managing RET devices.com ATC200-LITE-USB Portable Controller AISG USB . it is uniquely designed for operating over a network. are connected to the controller using control cables. The portable controller conveniently works in conjunction with a laptop for local setup and site optimization. Multiple actuators can be joined together either by daisy-chaining control cables or by using junction boxes.andrew. Basic RET System Antenna Actuator Junction Box ~ ~~~ RET Control Cable Lightning Protection Unit or ATC300-1000 Controller or Crossover Ethernet Cable AISG Connector Network (Computer interface not supplied. The actuator adjusts the electrical downtilt of an antenna by changing the phase shifter. Whereas.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Basic RET System The basic elements of a RET system are the controller and the actuator. With the rack mount controller having access through a network. The controller sends tilt commands to the actuators (motors) that are mounted to the bottom of an antenna. RET devices.) 64 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. optimization adjustments can be made instantly from an office with virtually cost-free control. the rack mount controller can also be controlled locally with a laptop. (like actuators).

full range >10. data and power User menu driven commands from ATC200 controller unit Mechanical/Environmental Net weight Shipping weight Dimensions Product—L x W x D Shipping—L x W x D Housing material Housing color Maximum wind speed Temperature range Humidity IP rating 0.0 compliant ATM200-002 connects to the electrical downtilt adjustment rod of a base station antenna to allow remote control downtilt Connectors/Interfaces Input port Output port Logical interface One AISG 8-pin male. IP67.5 x 2. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. as well as other parameters. D Absolute position sensor eliminates calibration.5 in (241. This actuator can be field fitted onto Andrew Teletilt RET compatible antennas that are already in service or factory fitted before delivery to the field.65 lb (0.53 lb (0.1 or 2. EN 55011 EN 60950.000 actuators in service. enhances precision.andrew.andrew. GR 1089 core issue 3. CB low voltage directive 73/23/EEC ETSI EN 300 386–V1. reliable RET solution.3.75 in (203 x 70 x 70 mm) 9.com for the most current information.0 mode Electrical Adjustment time Adjustment cycles Power input Resolution tolerance Internal lightning protection EU certification EMC/Surge immunity Safety standard  ATM200-002 <15 seconds. data and power One AISG 8-pin female. compliant with AISG standard ± 0. FCC CFR 47 part 15 subpart B for class A.000 10–30 Vdc.2 2003 with EN 55022 1998 schedule for class A device. including operation near 50/60 Hz power lines D Male and female AISG connectors facilitate daisy chaining actuators D Operates in either AISG 1. antenna type.com 65 . EN 61326-1.24 kg) 0. Andrew’s ATM200-002 actuator is a proven.3 kg) 8 x 2.3 x 63. With more than 200.75 x 2. UL 60950 The fully AISG 2. IP67.5 x 63.1° per AISG spec Protection rating (all lines to ground): N IEC 61312-1 annex B current pulse profile. 10 repetitions minimum at 600 A CE. Please see www. height. and prevents dropped calls caused by calibration sweeps D An LED flashes to indicate that the actuator is changing tilt D Extensively tested and certified to contain EMI/EMC emissions. 10/350 μs.5 mm) Durable ABS Black 125 mph (201 km/h) –40° C to +70° C Up to 100% IP65 All specifications are subject to change.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Actuator Teletilt® ATM200-002 Actuator The AISG-compliant ATM200-002 actuator engages the antenna downtilt rod for electrical downtilt modifications as it receives tilt commands from either the ATC300-1000 rack mount or the ATC200-LITE-USB portable controller. The controller also configures the actuator to store sector position.5 x 2.

andrew. such as the Andrew SmartBeam™ antenna models with three types of adjustments that can be made (horizontal beamwidth. Adjustments can be easily made to accommodate changing coverage needs to numerous RET sites at the same time without visiting the site.) *1 Site configuration worksheet (For pads of 50 worksheets. As a complimentary package. The controller interface is easily accessed through an Internet browser. ANMS™ Site Manager software is provided with the purchase of Andrew’s ATC300-1000 controller. This Antenna Network Management System (ANMS) program allows access to RET sites across the world to be managed over an Ethernet connection from any network center. The ATC300-1000 Teletilt controller is uniquely designed to provide both AISG and SMB connections on the same unit. order ATFK-Config Pad. The ATC300-1000 is also capable of supporting new concept antennas. The SMB ports (layer one converter outputs) offer an alternative connection to transmit the AISG signals through a lower priced dc 2. you have instant visual feedback of your entire network. Either type of connection provides direct access to a local computer. When the controller is used in an outdoor environment. female 1 Phoenix 24 V connector. usually enclosed in an equipment cabin.1 bias tee. actuators and TMAs). female *2 Quick reference guides (User guide available online.) *Available at www. azimuth boresite. and electrical downtilt). Part Number Description ATC300-1000 Rack mount controller Includes 1 Antenna system control unit 1 Ethernet crossover cable 1 RS-232 serial cable 1 Phoenix 48 V connector.com .andrew. it must be placed in a weatherproof enclosure.com to register and receive software updates 66 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. With ANMS Site Manager.  ATC300-1000 Communicates control signals from the bottom of the tower’s base station to adjust the antenna’s electrical tilt Visit www. as well as a 9-pin ‘D’ style RS-232 port. This unit is equipped with an Ethernet port.com. The ATC300-1000 controller can be mounted in a 19 in rack (only 1 rack unit).Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Controllers Teletilt® ATC300-1000 Rack Mount Controller The ATC300-1000 controller serves as an interface between a PC or Network Control Center and remote electrical downtilt (RET) devices installed at a base station site. whereas the Ethernet port allows remote access over a network or Internet connection. This controller supports up to 32 AISG antenna line device connections (e.andrew.g.

2 x 43. 2-3.andrew.4. IP67. indoor and outdoor* –100 to +3000 m ETSI EN 300 019-2-2. IPV4/SNMP Command Protocol Read and set site tilts remotely Commission remote firmware upgrades N Alarm notification. 5. 50 W maximum CE.7 *Enclosure recommended for outdoor use.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Controllers Electrical Power supply Input Power consumption Output EU certification EMC/Surge immunity Safety standard –48 Vdc. NEBS GR 63 core issue 2 2002 § 5.5 lb (2.com for the most current information.5. 24 Vdc 5 W idle state. indoor use 5 to 95%. NEBS GR 63 core issue 2 2002 zone 4 Earthquake.andrew. EN 55024 IEC 60950-1 Connectors/Interfaces Serial interface LAN interface AISG interface dc 2.6. 5. 70 W maximum 24 V.2.com 67 . CB EN 55022. female Two.1 x 1. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. remote site maintenance. female Ethernet RJ45 8–pin female. 5.1 kg) 19 x 8. 1U height –20° C to +55° C. 5. Please see www. non-condensing IP63.3.1 in (533 x 305 x 155 mm) Aluminum extrusion Black 19 in rack mount. 5. normally open Mechanical/Environmental Net weight Shipping weight Dimensions Product—L x W x D Shipping—L x W x D Housing material Housing color Mounting Temperature range Humidity IP rating Altitude Environmental 3.6 mm) 21 x 12 x 6.7 in (483 x 206. and administration web interface N N All specifications are subject to change.6 kg) 4.1 bias tee interface Alarm relay RS-232 DB9.5 lb (1.1. & 5. & 2-4. data and power 65 SMB.

Both a USB and an RS-232 serial cable are included with this unit. signal that power and data communication is present.0 A at 24 Vdc) 4 Power adapters (Australia/Asia. the ATC200-LITE-USB controller can connect directly to a local PC through its USB or COM port (where a USB port is not available) for local access and operations. Europe. The ATC200-LITE-USB supports AISG 1.1.com.0 actuators.) *Available at www. and electrical downtilt) installed at a base station site. 1. With these options.andrew. This unit can manage up to 32 AISG device addresses. even in a mixed RET system. independently. order ATFK-Config Pad. and 2. This unit is designed for portable use.) *1 Site configuration worksheet (For pads of 50 worksheets. UK.0. azimuth boresite direction. located nearest to the RS-232 serial port. indicate power is supplied from the controller to the RET system.com .Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Controllers Teletilt® ATC200-LITE-USB Portable Controller The ATC200-LITE-USB controller serves as an interface between a local PC and remote electrical downtilt (RET) devices.  ATC200-LITE-USB Converts RS-232 signal from PC to the RS-485 signal that controls the tilt commands in a remote control actuator Visit www. indicates data transfer between the controller and the RET devices. The controller’s LEDs.andrew. Part Number Description ATC200-LITE-USB Portable controller Includes 1 Antenna system control unit 1 Power supply (3.com to register and receive software updates 68 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. The power LEDs. located nearest to the dc IN port. NA/SA) 1 USB cable 1 RS-232 serial cable *2 Quick reference guides (User guide available online. with the use of multiple junction boxes.andrew. on the front panel of the controller. as well as SmartBeam™ antennas (with adjustable horizontal beamwidth. The data LED.

andrew.4 kg) 4. portable indoor use Up to 95% non-condensing All specifications are subject to change.com 69 .0A maximum 8-pin DIN style. IP67. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. yellow casing –40° C to +55° C.com for the most current information. female.9 lb (0. CB IC 60950-1:2001 Connectors/Interfaces Computer interface USB Serial Power supply interface AISG interface Cable connects to controller and USB port on PC RS-232 9-pin D cable assembly connects between adapter and PC dc jack.5 in (321 x 222 x 64 mm) Aluminum Gray.22 kg) 5 x 3 x 2 in (127 x 76 x 51 mm) 12. FCC CE.625 x 8. 3. Please see www.85 lb (2.5 A at 24 Vdc UL.75 x 2.andrew. CE.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Controllers Electrical Power supply Input Output Approvals Power converter Interface 110/240 Vac 2. data and power Mechanical/Environmental Net weight Shipping weight Dimensions Product—L x W x D Shipping—L x W x D Housing material Housing color Temperature range Humidity 0.

andrew.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Junction Boxes Teletilt® ATJB200-A01 Series Junction Boxes The ATJB200-A01-004 (4-way) and ATJB200-A01-007 (7-way) junction boxes serve as a hub to connect up to 32 actuators to a Teletilt controller and provide lightning protection. stainless steel. The 4-way model is equipped with four female output ports and the 7-way model is equipped with seven female output ports. Both models are equipped with one male input port. therefore a grounding cable is also included in each junction box. Various configurations can be achieved to reduce the number of RET control cables needed to provide data and power service to the RET devices on a site. Grounding is required. Part Number Description ATJB200-A01-004 4-way junction box ATJB200-A01-007 7-way junction box Includes 1 Junction box 1 Pipe bracket 1 Band clamp 2 Wall brackets 2 M8 carriage bolts. stainless steel 1 Ground cable (#6 AWG with lugs). 2 ft (610 mm) 1 Installation bulletin  ATJB200-A01-007 Divides data and power on main RET cable from ATC200 series control units to additional junction boxes or ATM200 series actuators 70 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. Mounting brackets are included with both models to allow these units to be mounted to either a pole or to a flat surface. 25 mm long  ATJB200-A01-004 2 M8 hex nuts. stainless steel 2 M8 lock washers.com .

com 71 .2 lb (1.2 2003 with EN 55022 1998 schedule for class A device. IP67.82 kg) 4. IP67. 200 repetitions minimum at 600 A N IEC 61312-1 annex B current pulse profile. 5.89 kg) 7. & 5. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. 2-3. NEBS GR 63 core issue 2 2002 zone 4 earthquake. 5. Please see www. 8/20 μs.com for the most current information.35 lb (1.5 in (279 x 260 x 140 mm) Aluminum Gray 125 mph (201 km/h) –40° C to +65° C Up to 100% IP65 IEC-68.5 in (51 to 114 mm) Stainless steel Mechanical/Environmental Net weight 4-way model 7-way model Shipping weight 4-way model 7-way model Dimensions Product—L x W x D Shipping—L x W x D Housing material Housing color Maximum wind speed Temperature range Humidity IP rating Specifications Environmental 2. ETSI 300-019 ETSI EN 300 019-2-2.andrew.4.31 protection rating (all lines to ground): N IEEE C62. data and power M8 Mounting Mounting type Pipe diameter Mount material Vertical pipe mount or wall/flat surface mount. GR 1089 core issue 3. FCC CFR 47 part 15 subpart B for class A.6.1.1.andrew.3.0 kg) 2. IP67.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Junction Boxes Electrical Internal lightning protection EU certification EMC/Surge immunity Safety standard Gas discharge tube to ground protection: REA PE-80 compliant per test method IEEE C62.2. EN 61326-1. UL 60950 Connectors/Interfaces Input port Output ports 4-way model 7-way model Grounding lug One AISG 8-pin male. EN 55011 EN 60950. NEBS GR 63 core issue 2 2002 § 5. 5. data and power Four AISG 8-pin female. included 2 to 4. data and power Seven AISG 8-pin female.25 x 5.2 § 6.15 lb (1.3 x 6. & 2-4. 5. low voltage directive 73/23/EEC ETSI EN 300 386–V1. 10/350 μs.7 All specifications are subject to change. CB.07 kg) 4 lb (1. 5.3.41.2 x 2 in (185 x 158 x 51 mm) 11 x 10.2 current pulse profile. 10 repetitions minimum at 600 A CE.5.

25mm long  ATLP200-001 2 M8 hex nut. actuator/RET (remote electrical downtilt) device. 10/350 μs. Electrical Internal lightning protection Overcurrent protection Circuit insertion resistance Protected side clamping.com Gas discharge tube to ground protection: REA PE-80 compliant per test method IEEE C62.1. Mounting brackets are included to allow the ATLP200-001 lightning protection unit to be mounted to either a pole or a flat surface.2 § 6.6 V –48 V: +0. This unit is designed to withstand a short circuit current level of 10/350 μs. per IEC 61312-1 standard). UL 60950 . EN 61326-1. GR 1089 core issue 3.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Lightning Protection Unit Teletilt® ATLP200-001 Lightning Protection Unit The ATLP200-001 lightning protection unit provides added protection to all Teletilt system components. 2 ft (610 mm) 1 Installation bulletin Note: Mounting brackets are included to allow the ATLP200-001 lightning protection unit to be mounted to either a pole or a flat surface. 200 repetitions min. Its 8-pin male and female AISG interfaces feed data and power through the controller to the first junction box.andrew. 10 repetitions min. at 600 A PTC fuse Signal lines: under 1.0 ohm Power lines: under 0.5 ohm RS-485 lines: ± 10 V +12 V: +17 V to –0. 8/20 μs. stainless steel 1 Ground cable (#6 AWG with lugs).6 V +24 V: +28 V to 0.2 current pulse profile. FCC CFR 47 part 15 subpart B for class A. stainless steel. at 600 A N IEC 61312-1 annex B current pulse profile. CB. low voltage directive 73/23/EEC ETSI EN 300 386–V1. Part Number Description ATLP200-001 Lightning protection unit Includes 1 Pipe bracket 1 Band clamp 2 Wall bracket 2 M8 carriage bolt. stainless steel Lightning protection for ATC200 series remote control variable electrical downtilt system 2 M8 lock washer. EN 55011 EN 60950.31 Transorb and varistor secondary protection stage Protection rating (all lines to ground): N IEEE C62.41.6 V to –58 V CE. It is equipped with a grounding nut and must be grounded (ground cable included). nominal voltage EU certification EMC/Surge immunity Safety standard 72 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.3. 16kA (line to ground.2 2003 with EN 55022 1998 schedule for class A device.

data and power One AISG 8-pin female. IP67.2 x 2 in (185 x 158 x 51 mm) 11 x 10.com 73 . 5. NEBS GR 63 core issue 2 2002 § 5. NEBS GR 63 core issue 2 2002 zone 4 earthquake.5 in (51 to 114 mm) Stainless steel Mechanical/Environmental Net weight Shipping weight Dimensions Product—L x W x D Shipping—L x W x D Housing material Housing color Maximum wind speed Temperature range Humidity IP rating Specifications Environmental 2.com for the most current information.5 in (279 x 260 x 140 mm) Aluminum Gray 125 mph (201 km/h) –40° C to +65° C Up to 100% IP65 IEC-68.1.andrew. 5.25 x 5. & 5. & 2-4.2.8 kg) 7.3 x 6. data and power M8 Mounting Mounting type Pipe diameter Mount material Vertical pipe mount or wall/flat surface mount. 5. 5.andrew.7 All specifications are subject to change. ETSI 300-019 ETSI EN 300 019-2-2.3.93 kg) 3. included 2 to 4.5. IP67.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Lightning Protection Unit Connectors/Interfaces Input port Output port Grounding lug One AISG 8-pin male. Please see www.05 lb (0.4. 2-3. 5. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.9 lb (1.6.

com .Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Control Cables Teletilt® ATCB-B01 Series AISG RET Control Cable The ATCB-B01 series control cabling is used to feed data and power from the controller to the Teletilt RET system components. and 100 meters. 80. The ATCB-B01 series control cabling is compliant with AISG and RoHS standards. with flame retardant polyurethane (PUR) jacket 74 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. These kits are offered with total cable lengths of 70. 90.  ATCB-B01 Series Available in lengths ranging from 0. In addition. where 2 cables are joined together. which allows them to be linked together to meet a required length. These cables are available in various lengths ranging from 0. As an example.andrew. Each cable is terminated with male and female connectors. Andrew recommends using an ATGK-001 grounding kit for runs over 60 m and at 60 m intervals. Kits are available that contain two cables and one ATGK-001 grounding kit. using the ATJB200 series junction box. This grounding kit clamps onto the connectors.5 m–60 m. the ATGK-001 would be used where a 40 m and a 30 m RET cable are joined to make a 70 m run.50 m to 60 m. Andrew recommends grounding the RET control cable at the top of the tower. An ATLP200-001 lightning protection unit should be used at the bottom of the tower to ground the RET control cable.

2-3. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.0.6mm (0.75mm² (20 AWG) stranded (power) 2 x 0. plus ATGK-001 grounding kit ATCB-B01-040 (2) cables. or similar fasteners.5m to avoid excessive wind vibration. 6. m (ft) Part Number Description Length.6) 3 (9. & 5. 5.6. Connectors do not require waterproofing.9) ATCB-B01-070K ATCB-B01-030 (1) and ATCB-B01-040 (1) cables. 15.com 75 .0. 30.1) Cable and Connectors 300 V (max. plus ATGK-001 grounding kit ATCB-B01-050 (2) cables. m: Jacket: Temperature range: Humidity: IP rating: . IP67 male and female DIN Mechanical/Environmental Standard length. Over tightening can shear pins off internal components of equipment. & 2-4.25mm² (24 AWG) twisted pair (data) 6 conductor cable.0.6) 1 (3. 50.0.3) 100 (328. Please see www. 2. Connectors should only be hand tightened.com for the most current information.2) 50 (164. 40.1. Polyeurthane –40° C to +70° C Up to 100% IP67.4) 40 (131.5) 90 (295.5) 10 (32. 4. NEBS GR 63 core issue 2 2002 § 5.4) 6 (19. 6. 4. 20. 9. Maximum distance from control unit to farthest AISG component in a RET system should not exceed 200m. plus ATGK-001 grounding kit 70 (229.3) 2 (6. 5.7) 9 (29.) CE. m (ft) ATCB-B01-C50 ATCB-B01-001 ATCB-B01-002 ATCB-B01-003 ATCB-B01-004 ATCB-B01-005 ATCB-B01-006 ATCB-B01-009 ATCB-B01-010 ATCB-B01-015 ATCB-B01-020 ATCB-B01-030 ATCB-B01-040 ATCB-B01-050 ATCB-B01-060 Cable assembly Cable assembly Cable assembly Cable assembly Cable assembly Cable assembly Cable assembly Cable assembly Cable assembly Cable assembly Cable assembly Cable assembly Cable assembly Cable assembly Cable assembly 0.1) 5 (16.0. should be secured at 2m intervals and 1m from either end using cableties (Andrew 40417).8) 15 (49. 60. NEBS GR 63 core issue 2 2002 zone 4 earthquake. mated and unmated All specifications are subject to change.0.5.5. 1.0.6) 30 (98.0. 3. CB ETSI EN 300 019-2-2. Notes: 1.2) 20 (65.7) Electrical Ratings: EU certification: Environmental: ATCB-B01-080K ATCB-B01-090K ATCB-B01-100K 80 (262. 2.0) 60 (196.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Control Cables Cable Assemblies Cable Kit Assemblies Part Number Description Length.0. The main control cable. 5.andrew.26") diameter ~85% coverage.8) 4 (13. feeding to the tower structure.7 Cable spec: Screen: Connectors/interfaces: 4 x 0. hangers (Andrew 68MCLICK). 5.4.0.5 (1.0 Flame retardant.0.andrew. Control cabling feeding between junction boxes and actuators should be secured every 0. braid-type shield Terminated with AISG 8-pin socket screw lock. 10.3. plus ATGK-001 grounding kit ATCB-B01-040 (1) and ATCB-B01-050 (1) cables. 5. 3.2. 5.0.0.

197 in (16 mm) 24 in (610 mm) All specifications are subject to change. Andrew also recommends the use of the ATGK-001 grounding kit for every 60 m of AISG RET control cable run. Andrew’s AISG RET control cables are rated for 16 kA surge capacity.andrew.com .75 in x 66 ft electrical tape Grounding Lug Electrical Surge >30 kA 8/20 ms Mechanical/Environmental  ATGK-001 Provides grounding for RET control cable Net weight Shipping weight Shipping dimensions –L x W x D Clamp diameter Maximum Minimum Grounding cable Nominal Length 0. Ø 4 in (102 mm) maximum 1–3/16 in (30 mm) 1–3/8 in (35 mm) 2–3/8 in (60 mm) 4 in (102 mm) 76 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. Teletilt® cabling requires grounding and line protection at the top and bottom of the tower through the use of an ATLP200-001 lightning protection unit or ATJB200-A01 series junction box. you will use two 60 m cables (ATCB-B01-060) with the ATGK-001 grounding kit in the middle.65 lb (0. Part Number Description ATGK-001 RET control cable grounding kit Includes 1 Grounding bracket assembly with band clamp 1 Grounding cable with lugs 1 DEHN grounding clamp 1 Roll of 0.8 kg) 7 x 6. 10/350 μs profile.75 lb (0. Please see www.andrew.75 x 6.75 in (178 x 172 x 172 mm) 4 in (102 mm) 2 in (51 mm) 0. This means that for a 120 m run. As part of a system.28 kg) 1.com for the most up-to-date information.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Grounding Kits Teletilt® ATGK-001 RET Control Cable Grounding Kit The ATGK-001 grounding kit is designed to capture and ground the cables at the junction where two cables are daisy-chained.

5. Part Number Description 602299 RET component grounding kit Includes 1 Ground cable (#6 AWG with lugs). 2 ft (610 mm) 4 Spacers 3 M10 split lockwashers 1 12 in rubber mastic tape (black butyl) 1 DEHN grounding clamp #390 259 stainless steel 2 M10 x 1. hex head cap screws 2 M10 hex nuts 1 Electrical tape 1 Installation bulletin  602299 Provides lightning protection for Teletilt® RET equipment Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Grounding Kits Teletilt® 602299 RET Component Grounding Kit Recommended for use with RET system equipment to provide protection against lightning damage.andrew.com 77 . 25 mm long.

) 78 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. RET System Using AISG Port on ATC300-1000 with Either Smart Bias Tees or an AISG TMA at the Top TMA Option Smart Bias Tee Option Antenna Actuator AISG TMA Smart Bias Tee AISG USB Coaxial Cable ~ ~~~ ~ ~~~ ~ ~~~ ~ ~~~ ATC200-LITE-USB Portable Controller or Lightning Protection Unit ATC300-1000 Controller AISG Connector or Crossover Ethernet Cable Network (Computer interface not supplied. For this to be done. The AISG port on that smart bias tee can be connected to a junction box.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System RET System With Smart Bias Tees Instead of a home run control cable up the height of a tower or building. or any other RET device. which also has an AISG port for connecting to any RET devices. One option is to use a second smart bias tee at the top. actuator. There are two options that can be used for dividing out the AISG signal from the RF cable into control cables leading to the antenna line devices at the top of the site. a smart bias tee is installed at the bottom of the antenna line devices and modulates the AISG signals into the RF cable.com BTS AISG Control Cable .andrew. A second option is to use an AISG tower mounted amplifier (TMA). the AISG signals can be injected (piggy-backed) into the existing RF cable by using smart bias tees.

female AISG 8–pin.15:1 <–160 dBc (3rd order.0) 750 W at 850 MHz CW 10 V to 30 V (1500 mA) 7–16 DIN. female (IEC 60130-9-Ed.3.0) 750 W at 850 MHz CW 10 V to 30 V (1500 mA) 12 V Models ATBT-S 508.andrew.). Each unit is equipped with a grounding stud that requires a grounding kit (ordered separately. Bottom Unit ATBT-S526. Ports 1 and 2 Input Power (max) .Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Smart Bias Tees ATBT-S Series Teletilt® Smart Bias Tees Port 1 The AISG smart bias tee is designed to eliminate the long AISG data cable run from the base to the top of a cell site tower by electronically injecting (piggy-backing) power and control signals onto an existing RF coaxial cable run. Please see www. Part Number Description ATBT-S525 24 V Bottom smart bias tee ATBT-S526 24 V Bottom smart bias tee ATBT-S522 24 V Top smart bias tee ATBT-S508 12 V Bottom smart bias tee ATBT-S511 12 V Bottom smart bias tee ATBT-S509 12 V Top smart bias tee Electrical Support Frequency range Insertion loss Port 1 and 2 Isolation for dc/RET data signals Impedance VSWR Intermodulation Surge Protection (Port 1) EMC Port 2 Grounding Lug Port 3  ATBT-S Series Eliminates the long AISG RET control cable by feeding power and data signals along the existing RF coaxial cable Mechanical/Environmental Up to 32 devices 800–960 MHz and 1710–2170 MHz <0. female 7–16 DIN. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. Top Unit Port 1 (RF/dc/data) Port 2 (RF/dc blocked) Port 3 (dc/data) Input Power (max) . indoor and outdoor M6 M6–7 deep Connectors/Interfaces 24 V Models ATBT-S525. male AISG 8–pin. male AISG 8–pin. part number 602299) to provide additional lightning protection. Bottom Unit ATBT-S522.andrew. Port 3 7–16 DIN. male (IEC 60130-9-Ed.0) 750 W at 850 MHz CW 10 V to 15 V (3500 mA) 7–16 DIN.3. Bottom Unit ATBT-S509. IEC 61000-6-2 Net weight Dimensions (base). male (IEC 60130-9-Ed. male (IEC 60130-9-Ed.com 79 . female (IEC 60130-9-Ed.com for the most current information. male AISG 8–pin.66 kg (1. Port 3 All specifications are subject to change. male 7–16 DIN. male 7–16 DIN.3. 2 x 20 W) 10 kA (8/20 μs) IEC 61000-6-4.0) 750 W at 850 MHz CW 10 V to 15 V (3500 mA) Input power (max. These smart bias tees are RoHS and AISG compliant.0) 750 W at 850 MHz CW 19 V to 30 V (1500 mA) 7–16 DIN. female 7–16 DIN. male (IEC 60130-9-Ed.).72" x 1. male 7–16 DIN.3.86" x 2. Top Unit Port 1 (RF/dc/data) Port 2 (RF/dc blocked) Port 3 (dc/data) 7–16 DIN.3. Bottom Unit ATBT-S511.97" (98 x 69 x 50 mm) –40° C to +60° C IP67.0) 750 W at 850 MHz CW 10 V to 15 V (3500 mA) 7–16 DIN. Ports 1 and 2 Input power (max. female 7–16 DIN.46 lbs) 3. female AISG 8–pin. L x W x D Temperature range IP rating Grounding lug Mounting hole 0.3.1 dB Per AISG standard 50 ohms <1. female AISG 8–pin.

andrew. as well as Andrew’s dual band TMA (E15S08P78) that provides full band operation for both PCS and AWS bands. Key features include:  AWG Twin AISG TMA  AWS and PCS Dual Band AISG TMA 80 D 12 dB gain D Full band operation D AISG compatible D RET antenna port D Multi-stage lightning protection D Sealed to protection class IP67 D In-line connectors D Fail safe LNA bypass D VSWR monitoring alarm D Automatic dc switching D Conventional PDU compatible D Pole mounting hardware included D Field upgradeable firmware Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System OneBase™ Tower Mounted Amplifiers The OneBase™ family of Andrew Wireless Solutions AISG tower mounted amplifiers can be used at the top of an Andrew Teletilt RET system in the same way a smart bias tee is used. UMTS. and signal quality with improved voice clarity and data speed D Improves uplink performance. weak spots. OneBase TMAs offer several RF path advantages. while featuring a very compact size and attractive appearance. and indoor locations D Guarantees improved sensitivity to reduce dropped calls and failed connection attempts D Provides lower handset output to extend talk time and reduce interference in GSM/EDGE. Similar to a smart bias tee.com . which ensures optimum coverage of fringe areas. capacity. Each model is enclosed in a self-contained body that is engineered to ensure the highest reliability in severe environments. the AISG tower mounted amplifier (TMA) extracts the AISG signal and dc power from the coaxial cable run and delivers it to the antenna RET line devices through its AISG interface. such as:  PCS Twin AISG TMA D Optimizes network performance D Enhances coverage. and CDMA systems D Installs easily in any wireless system Select from two full band twin AISG TMA models (E15S09P94 for PCS or E15S08P80 for AWS).

54 ± 2 dB <9. Please see www.2 x 6.4 dB 0. antenna port Lightning protection. Uplink Frequency range Gain Total group delay (maximum) Delay variation–any 5 MHz BW (maximum) Delay variation–any 240 MHz BW (maximum) Noise figure–mid band (minimum) Noise figure–full band (maximum) Return loss (minimum) Output IP3 (typical) Electrical. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. 2 x 20 W) ± 57 dBm (500 W) ± 67 dBm (5000 W) AISG 1. IEC 60130 1/4 in –40° C to +65° C IP67 dc ground 20 kA.0 24 Vdc and RS-485 AISG 1.0 kg (11.com 81 .1 or 2.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System OneBase™ Tower Mounted Amplifiers Single Band TMA Model E15S08P80 E15S09P94 1710–1755 MHz 12 ± 0.15 dB 0.54 ± 2 dB 7–30 Vdc 130 ± 20 mA 105 ± 20 mA 70 ± 15 mA 190 ± 10 mA 7–30 Vdc 130 ± 20 mA 105 ± 20 mA 70 ± 15 mA 190 ± 10 mA 5.0 lb) 160 x 196 x 78 mm (6. 8/20 waveform AISG DIV ANT Bias Tee CPU & AISG Bias Tee BTS0 AISG BTS1  E15S09P94 Block Diagram Protocol RET antenna support VSWR Alarm Alarm threshold-return loss Power Power supply voltage Operating current @ 12 V Operating current @ 15 V Operating current @ 24 V Failure current consumption @ 10–18 V Mechanical Weight without mounting brackets Dimensions–H x D x W Finish Connectors. Downlink Frequency range Insertion loss (typical) Insertion loss (maximum) Group delay (maximum) Delay variation–any 5 MHz BW (maximum) Return loss (minimum) Intermodulation at antenna port Power handling–operational Power handling–survival Bias Tee CPU & AISG Bias Tee Node B0 AISG Node B1  E15S08P80 Block Diagram MAIN ANT 2110–2155 MHz 0.7 kg (14.3 dB 10 ns 2 ns 18 dB b–165 dBc (3rd order.7 x 3.3 x 7. 8/20 waveform 6.7 dB 50 ns 15 ns 18 dB b–150 dBc (3rd order.andrew. female (longneck) 8–pin circle. 2 x 20 W) ± 53 dBm (200 W) ± 57 dBm (500 W) 1930–1990 MHz 0.0 in) Gray paint 7–16 DIN.8 lb) 260 x 170 x 95 mm (10.2 dB 2.7 in) Gray paint 7–16 DIN. AISG Ground screw diameter Operating temperature range Ingress protection Lightning protection.andrew.1 dB 1. RF Connector.7 x 3.0 24 Vdc and RS-485 <9. IEC 60130 1/4 in –40° C to +65° C IP67 dc ground 20 kA.6 dB 40 ns 10 ns – 1.com for the most current information.0 dB 18 dB + 26 dBm MAIN ANT DIV ANT Electrical.1 or 2.0 dB 150 ns 50 ns 10 ns 1. female (longneck) 8–pin circle.6 dB 18 dB + 22 dBm 1850–1910 MHz 12 ± 1. BTS port Ordering Option For TMA With Accessories Model ETW200VS12UB ETW190VS12UB All specifications are subject to change.

7 dB 55 ns 18 ns 18 dB b–155 dBc (3rd order.4 x 7. Uplink Frequency range Gain Total group delay (maximum) Delay variation–any 5 MHz BW (maximum) Group delay distortion–any 240 MHz BW (maximum) Noise figure–mid band (minimum) Noise figure–full band (maximum) Return loss (minimum) Output IP3 (typical) Electrical. 82 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.com for the most current information.54 ± 2 dB Power Power supply voltage Operating current @ 12 V Operating current @ 15 V Operating current @ 24 V Failure current consumption @ 10–18 V 7–30 Vdc 130 ± 20 mA 105 ± 20 mA 70 ± 15 mA 190 ± 10 mA Mechanical Weight without mounting brackets Dimensions–H x D x W Finish Connectors. Please see www.com Bias Tee CPU & AISG Bias Tee Node B AISG BTS  E15S08P78 Block Diagram .9 lb) 238 x 186 x 90 mm (9.5 in) Gray paint 7–16 DIN. 8/20 waveform Ordering Option For TMA With Accessories Model ETT19V2S12UB All specifications are subject to change.2 dB 1.1 dB 18 dB + 22 dBm 2110–2155 MHz 0.3 x 3.0 dB 40 ns 8 ns – 1. antenna port Lightning protection.6 dB 18 dB + 22 dBm 1850–1910 MHz 12 ± 1. BTS/Node B port 6.andrew.6 dB 0.35 dB 2.1 or AISG 2.andrew. 2 x 20 W) ± 53 dBm (200 W) ± 57 dBm (500 W) 1930–1990 MHz 0. IEC 60130 1/4 in –40° C to +65° C IP67 dc ground 20 kA.3 dB 15 ns 8 ns 18 dB b–155 dBc (3rd order. Downlink Frequency range Insertion loss (typical) Insertion loss (maximum) Group delay (maximum) Delay variation–any 5 MHz BW (maximum) Return loss (minimum) Intermodulation at antenna port (typical) Power handling–operational Power handling–survival AISG Protocol RET antenna support AISG 1.22 dB 0.3 kg (13. female (longneck) 8–pin circle.0 dB 150 ns 55 ns 10 ns 1. 2 x 20 W) ± 53 dBm (200 W) ± 57 dBm (500 W) AWS ANT PCS ANT Electrical. RF Connector.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System OneBase™ Tower Mounted Amplifiers Dual Band TMA Model E15S08P78 E15S08P78 1710–1755 MHz 12 ± 1. AISG Ground screw diameter Operating temperature range Ingress protection Lightning protection.0 24 Vdc and RS-485 VSWR Alarm VSWR alarm threshold–return loss <9.

There are two options that can be used for dividing out the AISG signal from the RF cable into control cables leading to the antenna line devices at the top of the site. One option is to use a smart bias tee at the top. RET System Using SMB Ports on ATC300-1000 with Either a Smart Bias Tee or an AISG TMA at the Top TMA Option Smart Bias Tee Option Antenna Actuator Smart Bias Tee AISG TMA Coaxial Cable AISG Control Cable AISG Coaxial Surge Arrestor Coaxial cable for SMB/SMA Ports dc 2. The AISG port on that smart bias tee can be connected to a junction box.com 83 .1 Bias Tee ATC300-1000 Controller AISG Connector Six SMB Jack Connectors or Crossover Ethernet Cable BTS Network (Computer interface not supplied.andrew. The new family of dc 2. actuator.1 bias tees are used as an alternative to smart bias tees when using the SMB ports on the controller instead of the AISG connection. which also has an AISG port for connecting to any RET devices.) Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. A second option is to use an AISG tower mounted amplifier (TMA).Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System RET System With Smart Bias Tees Using SMB Ports The Teletilt ATC300-1000 rack mount controller provides an additional option for injecting the AISG signal into the RF cable. or any other RET device.

The SMB ports (also known as layer one converter connections) on the controller modulate the AISG signal. similar to what is done by a smart bias tee used at the bottom of a tower.14 lb) 82 x 40 x 42 mm (3.6 x 1. 84 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.com .andrew.7 in) –40° C to +65° C IP68 M6 x 1. L x W x D Temperature range IP rating Grounding lug 0.1 bias tees and an SMB port on the ATC300-1000 Teletilt controller. using a combination of the cost efficient ABT series dc 2. Bottom Unit 7–16 DIN. female SMA.0 All specifications are subject to change. Electrical Port 3 (dc/data) Port 2 (RF/dc blocked)  ABT-DFDM-ADBA Frequency range AISG frequency Insertion loss.10 dB 50 dB 50 ohms 12 kW 500 W @ 883 MHz and 350 W @ 1940 MHz (combined) <–159 dBc (3rd order. 2 x 20 W) 10 times @ 6kA Connectors/Interfaces 24 V Models Port 1 (RF/dc/data) Port 2 (RF/dc blocked) Port 3 (dc/data) ABT-DFDM-ADBA. female Mechanical Net weight Dimensions. male SMA.52 kg (1.1 Bias Tees Port 1 (RF/dc/data) AISG signals and dc power can be injected onto a coaxial cable run that feeds up a site.2 x 1. typical Isolation for dc/RET data signals Impedence Peak power. female 7–16 DIN.3 MHz 0.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System dc 2. the ABT series dc 2. male 7–16 DIN.andrew.1 Bias Tees ABT-DMDF-ADBA and ABT-DFDM-ADBA dc 2. maximum Average power Intermodulation Lightning protection capability 698–960 MHz and 1710–2180 MHz 2. female ABT-DMDF-ADBA.com for the most current information.1 bias tee can be easily used in place of a smart bias tee at the bottom of the tower. With the signal pre-modulated by the controller connection. Please see www.0–2. Bottom Unit 7–16 DIN.

42-1991 40 kW 0.41 lb) 81.88 mm (3.andrew.0–2.05 dB 22.0 dB 26.0–5.0 dB 26.0 MHz 2.0 dB 24.60 kg (1.0 dB 25. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.91 mm (1. The APTDC-BDFDF-DB and APTDC-BDFDM-DB surge arrestors are also designed to allow AISG signals to pass through the coaxial cable to a top smart bias tee or AISG tower mounted amplifier. Please see www.32 lb) 87.88 mm (3.65 in) Interface 2  APTDC-BDFDF-DB Mechanical Interface 1 Interface 2 Weight Height Length Width All specifications are subject to change.46 in) 41.42-1991 40 kW 0. 8/20 waveform IEEE C62.1 bias tee or a smart bias tee located at the bottom of the tower.0 dB 24.0 dB 25.com 85 . Interface 1 Electrical Model Regulatory compliance Frequency range Return loss 1.03 mm (3.3 MHz 806–960 MHz 1710–2000 MHz 2000–2170 MHz Intermodulation Average power Connector impedance Gas tube voltage Lightning strike capability Lightning strike capability test method Peak power.0 dB 26.com for the most current information. These surge arrestors can be used with a dc 2.07 dB 7-16 DIN female bulkhead 7-16 DIN female 0. maximum Insertion loss.0 dB 24. 2 x 20 W) 3000 W 50 ohms 350 V 10 times @ 30 kA.andrew.91 mm (1.0 dB b–150 dBc (3rd order.88 mm (3.64 kg (1. 2 x 20 W) 3000 W 50 ohms 350 V 10 times @ 30 kA.19 in) 87.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Surge Arrestors APTDC-BDFDF-DB and APTDC-BDFDM-DB Arrestor Plus® Surge Arrestors APTDC series surge arrestors protect RET site components in the BTS from damage due to lightning strikes or power surges.46 in) 87.0 dB b–150 dBc (3rd order. typical APTDC-BDFDF-DB AISG Compliant 806–960 and 1710–2170 MHz APTDC-BDFDM-DB AISG Compliant 806–960 and 1710–2170 MHz 22.65 in) 7-16 DIN female bulkhead 7-16 DIN male 0.46 in) 41. 8/20 waveform IEEE C62.

1910–2170 MHz C100-PSMSB-M8 CNT-100 braided coaxial.com for the most current information. black jacket SMB.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Coaxial Cable for SMA to SMB Connection C100-PSMSB-M8 The Andrew C100-PSMSB-M8 braided coaxial cable provides a connection between an SMB port on the ATC300-1000 Teletilt controller and the SMA port of an ABT series dc 2. Please contact Andrew Wireless Solutions for additional lengths. male 50 ohms 0.8–1.8 m 6. waterproof Operating temperature range 0. Please see www.35 dB Mechanical  C100-PSMSB-M8 Dimensions. Electrical Model Cable construction type Connector type Impedance Insertion loss (typical).com . L Bending radius Torque.95 dB 1.4 mm 0. normal Torque.1 bias tee. 86 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.7 Nm –40° C to +85° C All specifications are subject to change. 824–960 MHz Insertion loss (typical).andrew.1 Nm 1.andrew.

com to assist in planning a complete RET system. build sectors with desired Andrew Teletilt RET compatible antennas. producing a bill of material to easily place an order for the products selected.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Software Teletilt® AISG System Configurator The Teletilt® AISG System Configurator is an easy to use free software tool that can be downloaded from www. This program guides you step-by-step to custom create a RET system that is unique to your site requirements. add smart bias tees. and specify data cable lengths for each location needed in the RET system. Ordering your Teletilt RET system components is easy with your custom configured bill of materials. you are able to choose which type of site location you are working with (tower top or roof top).andrew. select the type of controller that best fits your application.andrew. Configuration Options With the Teletilt AISG System Configurator.com 87 . electronically produced using the Teletilt® AISG Configurator Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.

ANMS Scheduler Features D Remotely changes azimuth direction. adjustments can be easily made to accommodate changing coverage needs and receive feedback on the entire network.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Software Antenna Network Management System ANMS™ is a Windows® based software program that allows access to multiple RET sites across the world within a network using an Ethernet connection. horizontal beamwidth. and electrical downtilt settings D Provides real-time status of antenna configuration D Remotely upgrades firmware of controller. With this powerful tool.com . actuators. without geographical map interface or scheduling capability D Complimentary with purchase of ATC300-1000 Teletilt controller Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.andrew. and tower mounted amplifiers D Schedules reoccurring antenna configuration changes D Displays RET sites on a geographical map interface D Automatically detects new RET sites D Monitors alarm conditions ANMS Site Manager Features 88 D Basic version of ANMS Scheduler.

com 89 . and monitor activities  ANMS™ Scheduler Geographical Interface Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.andrew. schedule adjustments.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System Software Manage sites remotely over a secure Internet connection.

9 lbs) 248 x 270 x 124 mm (9.8 x 10.8 kg (3.) The breakout box enables short or open conditions on the individual AISG RET control cable without cutting into the cable. a red LED lit on +24 Vdc indicates voltage out of range.com The RET system tester checks for opens. and data levels.  ATTK200-KIT The cable tester consists of a switch box and an LED unit.com for the most current information. opens. Part Number Description ATTKK200-KIT Control cable and system test kit Includes Cable tester (ATTK-SB and ATTK-LU) 221mm (8–11/16") AISG RET control cable for verifying tester functions and battery level (in cable tester) RET system tester (ATTK-SA) Breakout box (ATTK-BB) Convenient carrying case Mechanical Net weight. and wiring errors. kit–L x W x D: 1.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System RET Installation Accessories AISG RET Control Cable and System Test Kit The ATTK200-KIT includes diagnostic tools to assist in identifying problems that can occur in a RET system. low voltage. shorts.andrew. These components connect to each end of an AISG RET control cable to locate shorts.andrew.)  ATTK-SB Switch Box 90  ATTK-LU LED Unit Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. (Requires a 9 Vdc battery.4 in) All specifications are subject to change. kit: Dimensions. high voltage.6 x 4. (For example.  ATTK-SA RET System Tester  ATTK-BB Breakout Box . Please see www.

as well as most brands of standard jumpers. one-piece weatherproofing enclosure offers an additional measure of system protection by providing a high temperature resistant. which seals and protects connectors from the environment. This robust. kit of 50  3CCGRIP  40417 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. The AWE-A12 WeatherShield connection protection enclosure takes just seconds to install. SureFlex™ cable assemblies. Typical applications include securing cables in buildings and along horizontal antenna mounting arms. The ease of installation on hard-to-reach connections and the long-term protection provided by this enclosure make it the most cost-effective solution available today. The Andrew AWE-A12 WeatherShield connection protection enclosure will accommodate Type N and 7–16 DIN connections and is compatible with Andrew HELIAX® cable. Simply place the housing around the connector and snap the tabs together. The reusable enclosure contains an innovative trifold seal that provides complete moisture block for installed connectors. or shrink tubes are required. watertight seal around the connectors while also helping to dampen vibration that can loosen connector interfaces over time. Part Number Description AWE-A12 Enclosure for 0. Part Number Description 3CCGRIP Hoisting grip for RET control cables Nylon Cable Tie For RET Cable Attachment Nylon cable ties provide support for RET cables. tools.5 in antenna connection/device  AWE-A12 Hoisting Grip for RET Cable Lift and support RET cable up a tower safely and quickly.com 91 .Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System RET Installation Accessories AWE-A12 WeatherShield™ Weatherproofing Complete your transmission line installation with Andrew’s new AWE-A12 WeatherShield™ connection protection enclosure. Part Number Description 40417 Nylon cable ties.3125 in (8 mm) wide 14. No tapes. This one-piece grip speeds and simplifies installation by eliminating time consuming lacing. Recommended for use at 200 ft (60 m) intervals.andrew.5 in (368 mm) long. without the threat of slippage using Andrew’s new 3CCGRIP hoisting grip. 0.

The 68MCLICK miniature click-on hanger accommodates two runs of RET cable and can be stacked to easily install several runs in confined spaces. This compact miniature click-on hanger is both cost-effective and durable.  Miniature Click-On Hanger Shown with angle adapter and triple stack hardware Kit includes quantity of 10.andrew. kit of 10  68MCLICK  252029-10KT  252026-10KT 92 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. 252026-10KT Miniature angle adapters. Required attachment hardware is ordered separately in kits of 10. kit of 10 Select hardware by intended hanger stack height. Part Number Description 68MCLICK Miniature click-on hangers for RET control cable. kit of 10 252027-10KT Single stack hardware for miniature click-on hangers. Specifically designed with flexible gripping ribs to provide a secure support and indexing on the hanger body to help align cables during installation.com . kit of 10 252028-10KT Double stack hardware for miniature click-on hangers.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System RET Installation Accessories 68MCLICK Miniature Click-On Hanger Now installing RET control cables into hangers is accomplished in one easy click with Andrew’s new 68MCLICK miniature click-on hanger. kit of 10 252029-10KT Triple stack hardware for miniature click-on hangers.

0 (40–75) 30848-1 41108A-1 3–4 (75–100) 30848-2 41108A-2 4–5 (100–125) 30848-3 41108A-3 5–6 (125–150) SnapStak™ Hanger with Grommet  30848 Series Andrew’s new SSHAK-38 SnapStak hanger provides a secure.120 to 0. kit of 10 SSHA-38 Grommets for RET control cable.5–3.5 to 4 in (13 to 102 mm) hangers. ™ The SSHAK-38 SnapStak hanger installs in 0. Two each are needed for 3 and 4 in (76 and 102 mm) cable hangers. All parts are stainless steel or galvanized. 1 in (25 mm) Part Number. located on the spring fork. kit of 10  SSHAK-38 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.andrew. This hanger is especially designed to reduce vibrations caused by the wind from affecting the RET control cabling. Its unique retention tabs.5 (20–40) 30848-4 — 1. Kit includes ten SnapStak hangers and ten SSHA-38 grommets. No hardware is required for installation! Mounts to pre-punched 0. even in highly corrosive environments and extreme weather conditions.com 93 . Part Number Description SSHAK-38 SnapStak Hangers with SSHA-38 grommets for RET control cable.125 in (0. Its stainless steel construction offers exceptional integrity. in (mm) 31670-1 1–2 (25–50) 31670-2 2–3 (50–75) 31670-3 3–4 (75–100) 31670-4 4–5 (100–125) 31670-5 5–6 (125–150) 31670-6 6–8 (150–200)  31670 Series Tower Standoff with Round Member Adapter Adapters with round member clamps and hardware for 0.5 in (60 mm) Diameter. Part Number Diameter.75 in (19 mm) holes. Kit of 10.150 in) thick. 2.5 to 4 in (13 to 102 mm) cable hangers to round support members.75 in (19 mm) holes in support structures 0. robust installation for RET control cable. in (mm) 30848-5 — 0.Teletilt® Remote Electrical Downtilt System RET Installation Accessories Round Member Adapters Stainless steel clamps to mount 0. Part Number.75–1. highly resist pop-out occurrences and allow motion to simply be absorbed. Kit of 10.

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CONCEALMENT SOLUTIONS  Micro AcCELLerator™ Antennas  Antenna Concealment Mounting Solutions .

A variety of hardware and accessories are offered for flexible field installation (mounting kits and a universal telescoping mounting stand). Andrew’s commitment to providing the most innovative solutions in the industry includes ongoing product development—watch for additions to the Micro AcCELLerator series featuring antennas with integrated AISG OneBase™ tower mounted amplifiers. Ordering Information  AcCELLerator™ Antenna Mounting Solutions See specifications and product selection information for more details about Andrew antenna concealment solution products. and has each sector marked on the mounting base plate to ensure accurate positioning.Concealment Solutions Overview  Micro AcCELLerator™ Antennas Andrew Wireless Solutions offers a wide variety of base station antenna concealment solutions including: D Micro AcCELLerator™ tri-sector antennas with fixed and variable tilt models for 1800/1900/UMTS D AcCELLerator™ antenna mounting solutions with both hardware and accessories for field installation Micro AcCELLerator Tri-Sector Antennas Andrew offers the Micro AcCELLerator antenna in a 1710–2180 MHz variable tilt design (CSH-6516A-VT/R2) and in an 1850–1990 MHz fixed tilt model (MTRR75-17-000DPL2). Both antenna types conceal three DualPol® antennas inside the same radome. The CSH-6516-VT model is Teletilt® RET-compatible. Antenna Concealment Mounting Solutions Field-assembled antenna concealment mounting solutions are available for both dual and wideband Andrew base station antennas. Contact Andrew’s Customer Support Center (CSC) for more information. Use the ordering worksheets provided to help configure your customized solution and submit it to receive a quote or place an order. has a removable lower cover for easy installation on a flat surface or monopole. 96 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.andrew.com .

wind speed.2 (30.0) 10.1) 65 7.3 (8.9 (200.989 x 201) 1.0) Equally spaced in 3 positions on Ø 6.6) 61 6. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. MHz Polarization Gain. dB Isolation.4 (0.4) 63 7.1 (80. degrees Elevation BW. wind area. dBc Max.4 (60. in (mm) Max.0) R1. ft² (m²) Max.13) 78. bottom) Light gray 30 320 40 310 50 300 60 290 70 280 80 270 90 260 100 250 110 240 Base Flange Dimensions 120 230 Note: Dimensions are shown in inches (mm).0° 130 220 140 210 ° 0 60.andrew.0° Frequency Band Gain in dBd FREQUENCY BAND (MHz) H = 1710–2180 ELECTRICAL DOWNTILT (EDT) OPTION VT = Variable EDT R2 = Factory Installed ATM200 Teletilt® Actuator Base material 0.0 (17.com for the most current information.0) 1. mph (km/h) Hardware material Connector type Color 46. dBd (dBi) Azimuth BW.3 (17.0) 190 180 170 160  Elevation 1920 MHz. watts Impedance.0) 1. Please see www. ohms Lightning protection 0 350 330 50 300 1710–1880 ±45° 15.com 97 . 2° Tilt R0.7 (350) 125 (201) Integrated flange 7–16 DIN–female (6. degrees USLS.5 (17.9) Typical R 3. 150 200 2.0 2–10 16 28 >30 <1.0) Typical Concealment Solution CS H Horizontal Beamwidth – 65 16 EDT Option – VT Ø7.0° Mounting Slots Ø0. lb (kg) Dimensions—L x OD.6 (39.andrew.0) Ø1.5:1 –150 200 50 dc ground 1920–2180 ±45° 15. dB VSWR PIM3 at 2 x 20 W. input power.7 (42. lbf (N) Max. 2° Tilt Mechanical 340 350 0 10 20 330 Weight. wind load at 100 mph. degrees Beam tilt.0) thick All specifications are subject to change.6 R(15. dB Front-to-back ratio.9 (1.Concealment Solutions Micro AcCELLerator™ Antennas CSH Series CSH-6516A-VT Micro AcCELLerator™ Wideband DualPol® Tri-Sector Antenna 340 10 20 30 320 40 310 Electrical Frequency.5:1 –150 200 50 dc ground 60 290 70 280 80 270 90 260 100 250 110 240 120 230 130 220 140 210 150 200 190 180 170 160  Azimuth 1920 MHz.0) 78.7 (17.5 (21.3 (160) Bolt Circle 20.5:1 –150 200 50 dc ground 1850–1990 ±45° 15.2 (30.7 2–10 16 26 >30 <1. 120.3 x 7.5 2–10 16 28 >30 <1.

36 (35) 300˚ 210˚ 330˚ 0. dBd (dBi) Azimuth BW. MTG-A30-03.Concealment Solutions Micro AcCELLerator™ Antennas MTRR75-17-000DPL2 MTRR75-17-000DPL2 Micro AcCELLerator™ DualPol® Tri-Sector Antenna Electrical Frequency. wind load at 100 mph. lb (kg) Dimensions.94 (24) 80˚ 0 -10 -20 -30 0˚ -40 3 x 0. bottom) MTG-A30-02.com for the most current information.andrew.com All specifications are subject to change.1) 57 x 6.9) 50 (220) 150 (241) 7–16 DIN–female (6. dB VSWR Power handling.75 (171) 330˚ -10 -20 -30 6 x 1. MTG A40 00 270˚ 240˚ Base Flange Dimensions 300˚ Note: Dimensions are shown in inches (mm). L x OD. degrees Elevation BW. degrees Beam tilt. Please see www.255 (32) SQ 7-16 DIN Connector 0˚ -40 30˚ 150˚ 60˚ 120˚ 90˚ 1.35:1 maximum 250 r–147 dBc at 2 x 20 W (+43 dBm) dc ground Mechanical Weight. lbf (N) Max.23 (82) 30˚ 150˚ 60˚ 120˚ 90˚ Elevation 2° Tilt 98 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. MTG-A30-04. mph (km/h) Connector type Mounting options  MTRR Series DualPol® Micro AcCELLerator™ Antenna 20 (9.25 (144.9 (17.0) 75 6 0º 18 >30 1.88 (48) 3. dB Isolation. watts Passive intermodulation Lightning protection 1850–1990 ±45° 14. wind speed. in (cm) Max. 210˚ 180˚ 0 Ø 6. degrees USLS. .69 (43) Azimuth 270˚ 240˚ 1.500 -13 UNC-2B on 5 (127) Bolt Circle 1.7 x 15.andrew. MHz Polarization Gain.

5 in 4.andrew.5 in 3.68 (170) 3 x Ø 0.com 99 .Concealment Solutions Micro AcCELLerator™ Antennas MTRR75-17-000DPL2 Mounting Accessories Base Flange Dimensions Note: Dimensions are shown in inches (mm).5 in 10 (254)  MTG A40 00 Pedestal Mount Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. Ø 6.625 (16) through on Ø 5 (127) Bolt Circ  MTG-A30-XX U-Bolt Pipe Mount Pipe Mount MTG-A30-02 MTG-A30-03 MTG-A30-04 Pipe Diameter 2.

com for the most current information.andrew. Note: If you order an 800TREEKIT mounting kit without ordering a DB800TREE mounting stand. 100 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.25 in (337 mm) 13. you will need to order an 800PIPEKIT-X in order to be able to mount three antennas to a mounting pipe. Please see www. Mounting kits available for use with the AcCELLerator universal mounting stand are compatible with most Andrew base station antennas.com .25 in (337 mm) 13. Antenna Model HBXX-6516DS-VTM/R2M HBXX-6517DS-VTM/R2M CTSDG-06513-XDM/R2DM CTSDG-06515-XDM/R2DM CTSDG-06516-XDM/R2DM LBX-9012DS-VTM/R2M LBX-9013DS-VTM/R2M LBX-9014DS-VTM/R2M DBXGKC-6565A-VTM DBXGKC-6565B-VTM DBXGKC-6565C-VTM DBXGKC-6565EC-VTM DBXLH-6565A-VTM/R2M DBXLH-6565B-VTM/R2M DBXLH-6565C-VTM/R2M TBXLHA-6565C-VTM/R2M UMWD-03319-XDM/R2DM UMWD-04517-XDM/R2DM UMWD-04519-XDM/R2DM HBX-6513DS-VTM/R2M HBX-6516DS-VTM/R2M HBX-6517DS-VTM/R2M UMWD-09014B-XDH/R2DH UMWD-09016-XDH/R2DH Frequency (MHz) 1710–2180 1710–2180 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 806–960 870–960/1710–1880 870–960/1710–1880 870–960/1710–1880 870–960/1710–1880 806–960/1710–2180 806–960/1710–2180 806–960/1710–2180 824–960/1710–2180 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2180 1710–2170 1710–2170 Outer Diameter 20 in (508 mm) 20 in (508 mm) 20 in (508 mm) 20 in (508 mm) 20 in (508 mm) 20 in (508 mm) 20 in (508 mm) 20 in (508 mm) 20 in (508 mm) 20 in (508 mm) 20 in (508 mm) 20 in (508 mm) 20 in (508 mm) 20 in (508 mm) 20 in (508 mm) 20 in (508 mm) 20 in (508 mm) 20 in (508 mm) 20 in (508 mm) 13.25 in (337 mm) Mounting Kit 800TREEKIT 800TREEKIT 800TREEKIT 800TREEKIT 800TREEKIT 800TREEKIT 800TREEKIT 800TREEKIT 800TREEKIT 800TREEKIT 800TREEKIT 800TREEKIT 800TREEKIT 800TREEKIT 800TREEKIT 800TREEKIT 800TREEKIT 800TREEKIT 800TREEKIT UMWD-TREEKIT UMWD-TREEKIT UMWD-TREEKIT UMWD-TREEKIT UMWD-TREEKIT Qty Per Configuration 1 per antenna 1 per antenna 1 per antenna 1 per antenna 1 per antenna 1 per antenna 1 per antenna 1 per antenna 1 per antenna 1 per antenna 1 per antenna 1 per antenna 1 per antenna 1 per antenna 1 per antenna 1 per antenna 1 per antenna 1 per antenna 1 per antenna *1 *1 *1 *1 *1 Universal Tree Stand DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE DB800TREE *One kit provides mounting for three antennas.andrew.Concealment Solutions Antenna Concealment Mounting Solutions Hardware Selection AcCELLerator™ Antenna Concealment Mounting Solutions The AcCELLerator product family features a universal telescoping mounting stand that adjusts in increments of 6 inches ranging from 75.3 to 135 in (1.429 mm).913 to 3.25 in (337 mm) 13.25 in (337 mm) 13.

913 mm) 135 in (3.26 (32) Base material 0.5 (89) ± 1.5 12 x 5° A 3 x 120° 12 x R0.5° 3 x R7.5 in (88.Concealment Solutions Antenna Concealment Mounting Solutions DB800TREE Universal Mounting Stand Base Flange Dimensions Note: Dimensions are shown in inches (mm). 12 x3 0° 12.9 mm) 4 in (101.8 kg)  AcCELLerator™ Antenna Mounting Solutions with Universal Mounting Stand 75.75 in (19 mm) thick Universal Mounting Stand Mechanical Specifications Model Description Weight (stand only) Height (stand) Fully Retracted Fully Extended Diameter (stand only) Top Bottom DB800TREE Universal Tree Stand 132 lb (59.6 mm) Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.5 3 x 1.9) B C 3 x 120° 3 x R3.02 (102) ± 1.com 101 .51 (13) Ø16 (406) Bolt Circle R0.5 Ø18 (457) ± 1.2 (183) ± 1.3 in (1.5 3 x 0.35 (8.andrew.63 (16) Ø4.429 mm) 3.

com . The universal stand and mounting kits are designed for Andrew antennas. Company: ________________________________________________________________ Date: ________________________________ Contact: _____________________________________________ Email: ___________________________________________________ Phone: ______________________________________________ Fax: ____________________________________________________ AcCELLerator™ Solution Stand Antenna Models DB800TREE QTY: 1 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Sector 1 Mounting Kits –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Sector 2 –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 800TREEKIT QTY: UMWD-TREEKIT QTY: 1 Sector 3 Notes: 1. Contact Andrew's Customer Support Center for additional information on concealment products. or contact your local Andrew Sales Office.Concealment Solutions Antenna Concealment Mounting Solutions Ordering Worksheet Please complete the configuration worksheet shown below and fax it to Andrew’s Customer Support Center: From North America send to 1-800-349-5444 or from outside North America send to +1-779-435-8579. You will receive a written quotation containing pricing and lead time.andrew. 2. 102 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. If you have any questions about this process. 3. please contact Andrew’s Customer Support Center: From North America call 1-800-255-1479 or from outside North America call +1-708-873-2307. See Hardware Selection pages to select the type of mounting kits and quantities needed for your antennas and the concealment solution you have chosen.

MOUNTING HARDWARE AND ACCESSORIES  For Omni and Yagi Antennas Pipe Mounts Side Mounts  For Panel Antennas Pipe Mounts Downtilt Mounts Special Mounts  For DR. and RV Panel Antennas Pipe Mounts Downtilt Mounts . RR. FV. FR.

54 (89. 90° in (mm) Angle. lb (kg) Shipping Wt.54) 12 (5. Part Number Round in (mm) Angle.6) 2. 60° in (mm) Net Wt.79 (197.73) 18 (8.91) 3 (1.18) 8 (3.7) 5.27) DB365-SP9 9 (228.andrew.82) 5 (2.625 in (15.46 (87.24 (107. and galvanized steel back straps. 60° in (mm) Net Wt. lb (kg) Shipping weight.95 (125.2 (132.8) DB365-SP7 7 (177.2) 2 (50.06 (153. lb (kg) 11653 3 (76.18) DB365W Mounting Clamps For mounting antennas to a wood pole or masonry wall up to 14 in (355.8) 4.45) V-Bolt Mounting Kits  DB365W  11653 104 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.27) 6 (2.88 mm) diameter hole required.6 (66.36 (161.91) 3 (1.8 (71.79 (197.8) 5 (2. Net weight.25 to 3.8 to 89 mm) OD or angle members to 3 in (76 mm).Mounting Hardware and Accessories For Omni and Yagi Antennas Pipe Mounts DB365-OS Mounting Clamp Kits DB365-OS mounting clamp kit includes two clamps that mount antennas to round members from 1.9) 4.6 mm) thickness.8) 2.6) 6.36 (161.27) 11653-9-IN 9 (228.8) 2 (0.36) 15 (6.7) 6.5) 7.9) 16 (7. nuts and washers.9) 14 (6.75 in (31.25 to 2.0) 4 (1. lb (kg) DB365-SP5 5 (127) 3. lb (kg) Shipping Wt.85 mm) OD galvanized steel. 0. Two clamps supplied.6) 6.33 (109.0) 2 (0.8) 17 (7. lb (kg) Shipping weight.4) 4. Net weight.1) 3. Set of two.27) 16 (7.36) 11653-4-IN 4 (101. lb (kg) 10 (4.73) .36) 11653-6-IN 6 (154.54) 7.5 in (31.8 to 69. 90° in (mm) Angle. lb (kg) Part Number  DB365-OS Round in (mm) 7 (3. Clamp jaws fit round members from 1.com V-bolt mounting clamp kits include stainless steel V-bolts.63) Angle.

ASPA320 Mounting Clamp Mounting clamp for securing antenna to wooden pole.7 kg). Set of two. U-bolts are supplied to secure any combination of two intersecting pipes from 1 to 2. All parts are galvanized.875 in (25. Includes four straps per clamp for spacing adjustment.5 in (63.75 in (27 to 70 mm) diameter.875 in (25.875 in (73 mm) OD intersecting cross pipe.4 to 73 mm) OD. Use DB375-SP5 for round tower members measuring 5 inches in diameter. lb (kg) Shipping weight. Shipping weight 6 lb (2.2 mm) each piece.25 in (6.4 to 73 mm) diameter.25 to 3 in (31.  DB375 ASP617 Universal Crossover Clamp Plate is 0.63) DB375 Mounting Clamps Used to mount horizontal members to vertical members—round from 1.Mounting Hardware and Accessories For Omni and Yagi Antennas Pipe Mounts DB370 Mounting Clamp Kit This is the same as DB365-OS except center straps are not welded. ASP617 can be combined with ASPA320 mounting clamp to accommodate antennas with vertical parallel mounting members. galvanized steel. or mast from 1 to 2. Special feature allows jaws to be rotated 90º to clamp onto horizontal mounting bars.  ASP617  ASPA320  ASPR616 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. set of two. ASPR616 Clamp Set Consists of two clamps for mounting base station antennas to tower or mast. Clamps are gold iridite aluminum alloy. Shipping weight 6 lb (2.com 105 .andrew.8 to 76.6 mm) OD tower legs with up to a 2. Shipping weight 3 lb (1.5 mm) angle iron or 4 in (101.4 mm) galvanized steel. Accommodates up to 2.18) 8 (3. tower leg.7 kg).7 kg). Net weight. Will mount on structure from 1 to 2. lb (kg) 7 (3.

lb (kg) Shipping weight.9375 in (49 mm) dia.1 m) in length x 3 in (76. for 3 in (76. Use DB5001 for 3 in (76.45) Antenna DB5004 Adjustable Side Mounting Kit For DB809. and hardware to mount antenna to tower leg.1) DB5004S-MTD Fiberglass Outrigger Assembly  DB5004 Can be used on any large side-mounted MTD (minimum tip deflection) fiberglass radome to limit tip deflection in high winds. Fits 3 in (76.45) DB5002 Side Mounting Kit Similar to DB5001. DB809. lb (kg) Shipping weight.04 mm) 60˚. Opening is 3.2 mm) tower member.Mounting Hardware and Accessories For Omni Antennas Side Mounts Band Clamp V-bolt (11653) Sway Brace 16.2 mm) tower member.75 in (95 mm).  DB5004S-MTD Net weight.6875 in (43 mm) dia.5) 23 (10. clamps. DB638.9) 130 (59. and DB812 antennas.6 in (66.8 to 76. Brace the outrigger to the tower legs via one set of DB375 clamps. Use to mount all metal mast antennas away from side of tower measuring 2 to 8 ft (0. and DB264.2 mm) tower members. lb (kg) 123 (55.61 to 2. DB5001-SP5 for 5 in (127 mm) tower members. and DB5001-SP7 for 7 in (178 mm) tower members. Net weight. Base Station Antenna Side Mounting Kits For DB222. including DB616. lb (kg) 1.00) 13 (5. Two 10 ft sections of pipe and six clamp assemblies included. DB810. DB224. and the stainless steel V-bolts (supplied) fit round tower members 1. lb (kg) 21 (9. lb (kg) Shipping weight. the top sway brace on the DB5002 kit is designed for side mounting fiberglass antennas.  DB5001 Net weight. Includes top sway brace.2 mm) in diameter. slips over the top of the antenna and sits about midpoint on the radome.25 to 3 in (31. lb (kg) Tower 21 (9.75 in (426 mm) Heavy duty side mount kits include all brackets.2 mm) OD. DB810 and DB812.2 mm) OD tower members. The main support pieces are fabricated of galvanized steel. Clamp assemblies are for 3 in (76. 16 in (406 mm) 13. angular members to 2 in (50.75 in (349 mm)  DB5007 106 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. lb (kg) Shipping weight. DB5001 VHF Side Mounting Kit 25 in (635 mm) 1.com 11 (5.44 m) across the face.5) 23 (10.91) . DB5007 UHF Side Mounting Kit For DB404 and DB806 antennas. fitted with neoprene lining. Bottom brace only. A plastic end.8 mm) 90˚ or 2. The outrigger is 123 in (3.andrew. Net weight.

875 in (47 mm).  DB5030 ASPR614 Side Mounting Kit Optional side mount with a fiberglass insulated upper support arm. DB411. lb (kg) Shipping weight. Note: An extra metal bar is provided with the DB5091-3 for the bottom and middle clamps to assure good vertical alignment of the antenna. based on 18 in (457.63) 21 (9.2 to 2. lb (kg) Sway Brace 19 (8.com 107 .133 mm) away from the tower. Same as DB5007. Used for mounting antennas from 18 in to 7 ft (457.2 mm) faces. The outrigger is 123 in (3.  DB5091-3  ASPR614 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. the DB5030 can be used on any side-mounted antenna with a small tapered Aeroglas radome.  DB5012 DB5091-3 No-Torsion Mount The DB5091-3 utilizes three clamps on a galvanized steel tube to mount DB810 and DB812 antennas to round tower members.andrew.5 mm) angle iron. The opening is 1. Net weight.6 mm) or 2. but includes top sway brace. May be mounted on any square or triangular tower with tubular legs up to 4 in (101. DB413.Mounting Hardware and Accessories For Omni Antennas Side Mounts DB5012 UHF Side Mounting Kit For DB408. and DB420 antennas. A plastic end fitting with neoprene tape lining slips over the top of the antenna and sits about midpoint on the radome.5 in (63.54) DB5030 Fiberglass Outrigger Assembly Designed to limit tip deflection in high winds.1 m) long and attaches to the tower legs via one set of DB375 galvanized clamps.

25 to 4. This kit includes three offset pipe mount brackets.6 mm) OD.25 in (31. DB380 and DB380-3 Pipe Mounting Kits Use for wide panel antennas. DB380-OFFSET Pipe Mounting Kit Use to mount antennas away from a pipe or pole. DB380-CTSDG Pipe Mount Adapter Kit Use as an adapter to enable CTSDG style antennas to be compatible with the DB380 pipe mount.andrew. order DB380-8.25 to 4. To use this kit with a CTSDG style antenna.5 in (31. DB380-9-ADFD1820 Pipe Mounting Kit Use for mounting ADFD1820 style antennas to pipes measuring 3 to 9 in (76. Fits 1. UMW. This kit is compatible for use with the DB5083 downtilt mount. Fits 1. order a DB380-CTSDG pipe mount adapter kit.2 to 228. DB390 Pipe Mounting Kit Use for narrow panel antennas. 602495 Side-By-Side Mounting Kit Use to mount two CTSDG style antennas as a single antenna. For antennas with 3-points.2 to 203. where multiple antennas are desired on a single monopole. Designed to fit 1.2 mm). For pipe diameters measuring 3 to 8 in (76.5 in (31.25 to 4. Fits 1. Includes two pipe mounts. DB380-CTSDG DB380-OFFSET  DB390 DB5083 CTSDG style antenna  DB380 108 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.8 to 108 mm) OD pipe. DB380 includes 2 pipe mounts.8 to 115 mm) OD pipe.com  DB380-OFFSET . and UMWD 65˚/90˚ style antennas.8 to 115 mm) OD pipe.  601860A DB382NS Offset Pipe Mounting Kit Provides offset positioning for enhanced cable clearance with back-mounted connectors.7 to 4. Includes the 600899A-2 downtilt mount.5 in (42 to 115 mm) OD pipe. This offset feature also makes it possible to use downtilt mounting. order DB380-3.Mounting Hardware and Accessories For Panel Antennas Pipe Mounts 601860A Optional Fixed Tilt Pipe Mounting Kit Use for PCS. and can be used with antennas that are compatible with the DB380 or DB380-3 pipe mounts.

Mounting Hardware and Accessories
For Panel Antennas

Downtilt Mounts

600899A-2 Downtilt Mounting Kit
Adjustable tilt mounting kit available for UMWD 33˚/45˚, CTSDG, CTSG, and ADFD series
antennas. Designed to fit 1.3 to 4.5 in (33 to 114 mm) OD pipe.

600691A-2 Downtilt Mounting Kit
Downtilt mounting kit for UMWD 65˚/90˚, PCS, and UMW style antennas. Designed to fit 1.7 to
4.5 in (42 to 114 mm) OD pipe.

602030A Downtilt Mounting Kit
Downtilt mounting kit for PCS, UMW, and UMWD 65˚/90˚ style antennas. Designed to fit 2 to
4.5 in (42 to 114 mm) OD pipe. 

600899A-2

DB5083 Downtilt Mounting Kit
Includes a heavy-duty, galvanized steel downtilt mounting bracket assembly and associated
hardware. This kit is compatible with the DB380 pipe mount and provides downtilt mounting for
panel antennas that are equipped with two mounting brackets.

DB5083D Downtilt Mounting Kit
Consists of two DB5083 heavy-duty, galvanized steel downtilt mounting bracket assemblies
and associated hardware. This kit is compatible with the DB380-3 pipe mount and provides
downtilt mounting for large panel antennas, which are equipped with three mounting brackets.

DB5098 Downtilt Mounting Kit
The DB5098 kit includes a galvanized steel downtilt assembly and is compatible with
the DB390 pipe mount and associated hardware. For antennas with 3 point brackets,
order DB5098-3.

DB5098-WM Downtilt Mounting Kit
Downtilt mounting kit for SA3400 series antennas. This kit is compatible with the DB390 pipe
mount and associated hardware. Includes two angle indicator labels for assisting in setting
downtilt of antenna. 

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Special Mounts

800PIPEKIT-X AcCELLerator™ Mounting Kit
Use for mounting multiple wide panel antennas to a single pole or stand. One kit mounts up to three
antennas. Removable spacers allow this kit to fit on poles measuring 3.5, 4.5, or 5.5 in (88.9, 114.3,
or 139.7 mm OD).

DB800TREE AcCELLerator™ Mounting Stand
Universal telescoping stand used for mounting multiple antennas in a three sector arrangement. Adjusts
in increments of 6 in (15.4 mm), ranging from 75.3 to 135 in (1,913 to 3,429 mm). See Concealment
Solutions for ordering information.

800TREEKIT AcCELLerator™ Mounting Kit
Optional kit for mounting multiple wide panel antennas to a single pole or stand. Suitable for use with
85x, 93xQDG, CTSDG, and ADFD1820 style antennas. Order one kit for each antenna. Fits 3.5 or 4 in
(88.9 or 101.6 mm) OD pole.

UMWD-TREEKIT AcCELLerator™ Mounting Kit
Use for mounting multiple UMWD style antennas to a single pole or stand. One kit mounts up to
three antennas. Fits 3.5 or 4 in (88.9 or 101.6 mm) pole. See Concealment Solutions for ordering
information. 

800PIPEKIT-X

DB5084-AZ Variable Azimuth Wall Mount
Optional brackets for wall mounting wide panel antennas. Provides azimuth rotation from +45˚ to –45˚,
minimizing required clearance from the wall.

DB5094-AZ Variable Azimuth Wall Mounting Kit
Optional brackets for wall mounting narrow panel antennas. Provides azimuth rotation from +45˚ to
–45˚, minimizing required clearance from the wall. 

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Mounting Hardware and Accessories
For DR, FR, RR, FV, and RV Panel Antennas

Pipe Mounts

MTG-Pxx-xx Series Standard Pipe Mounts
Standard pipe mounts provide a low profile mounting arrangement that adapts to either a
pole or a wall. Each mount fits poles measuring 1.5 to 5 in (38 to 127 mm) OD, and spaces
antenna less than 2 inches away from the pole. When mounting to a wall, the antenna is
spaced less than 3 inches away from the wall. Unless otherwise specified, an MTG-Pxx-xx
standard pipe mount is supplied with each DR, FR, RR, FV, and RV style panel antenna.

Part
Number

Antenna
Length
in (mm)

Pole OD
in (mm)

Distance
From Pole
in (mm)

Range of
Downtilt
degrees

MTG-P00-20S

48–72 (1219–1829)

1.5–5 (38–127)

2 (51)

42 (1067)

5.75 (2.6)

MTG-P00-30S

>72 (>1829)

1.5–5 (38–127)

1.8 (46)

42 (1067)

9.5 (4.3)

Weight
lb (kg)

*Optional band clamp may be used to replace threaded rods and “C” bracket. 

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5–5 (38–127) 4 (102) 42 (1067) 4.0 (3. RR. and RV Panel Antennas Downtilt Mounts MTG-Dxx-xx Series Mechanical Downtilt Mounts Downtilt kits are designed for use with the DR.0) MTG-D15-30S 0–15 >72 (>1829) 1.6)  MTG-D15-20S 112 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. or RV panel antennas and are compatible with all MTG family of standard mounts. Easily adjusts in 1° increments. FR.Mounting Hardware and Accessories For DR.com  MTG-D15-30S . Part Number Downtilt Range degrees Antenna Length in (mm) Pole OD in (mm) Distance From Pole in (mm) Bracket Spacing in (mm) Weight lb (kg) MTG-D15-20S 0–15 48–72 (1219–1829) 1.andrew. RR. FR.5–5 (38–127) 4 (102) 42 (1067) 8. Each degree of downtilt is clearly marked on the bracket. and is available in two tilt ranges.5 (2. FV. FV.

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Our products cover virtually the entire radio frequency (RF) footprint for applications that connect the world.andrew. Andrew incorporates multiple value-added features that have made them the preferred products of system managers. f (MHz) 800 Cellular 824 849 869 894 Wavelength at higher frequencies is more conveniently expressed in inches: Rx Tx L (inches) = 11808 (300 m) f (MHz) E-TACS 872 905 917 950 Rx Tx 900 GSM 890 Rx 915 935 960 Tx GSM 1800 1710 1785 1805 1880 Rx Tx PCS 1900 1850 1910 1930 1990 Rx Tx UMTS 1920 1980 2110 Rx 2170 Tx AWS 1710 114 1755 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. designers. and engineers. and delivers innovative and essential communications equipment and solutions for the global telecommunications infrastructure market. Recognized around the world as technically advanced professional base station antenna systems. The Applications/Engineering Notes are a comprehensive information guide to base station antennas. Frequency Band Reference Chart Rx Tx Trunking (SMR) 806 824 851 WAVELENGTH (L) 869 Rx The ratio of the velocity of the wave to the frequency of the current causing the wave.com.andrew. manufactures.Applications/Engineering Notes Overview Andrew Wireless Solutions designs.com 2110 2155 . Andrew offers base station antenna system solutions for professional communications systems. For all other Andrew product information please visit www. Tx L (feet) = 984 (300 m) in free space.

Some studies note that in urban areas with high multipath. but 6-sector solutions are used where capacity issues are severe. Since given frequencies are reused throughout the system. the channel sensitivity becomes interference limited rather than noise limited like older non-cellular systems. Most sites in urban and suburban areas use sectorized antennas to achieve higher capacity. can go a long way toward optimizing coverage inside the desired sector and minimizing interference from and into undesired sectors/cells. Therefore it can be seen that specialized pattern shaping. Typical examples are more rurally located sites. Cell Reuse The principles behind the cellular concept employ the reuse of frequencies over and over again throughout the network to gain capacity.Applications/Engineering Notes Basic Antenna Types Used in Cellular Style Systems There are two basic types of base station antennas used in cellular style systems: omni-directional (omni) antennas and directional or sector antennas. Typically cells are represented as hexagons (Figure 1).75C2 S = 0. diversity is accomplished using spatial diversity.866C  Figure 1 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.andrew. which shows a reuse pattern of N=7. Diversity/Air Combining For many rural and suburban sites. Depending on the capacity requirement.3S C2 = S2+(C/2)2 S2 = C2-(C/2)2 S2 = 0. which is useful in avoiding additional transmit combiner losses when overlaying additional frequency. polarization diversity gain results can outperform spatial diversity. To achieve spatial diversity. two uplink antennas per sector are placed far enough apart so that the signals they receive are uncorrelated. Omni antennas are generally used for low capacity sites where sectorization is not required.com 115 . High Density Cell Configuration Using Diversity Polarization for Diversity Gain The use of a single antenna containing two arrays at orthogonal polarizations (horizontal/vertical or +45°) is useful in dense urban areas with high multipath. both azimuth and elevation. these cells can have diameters measured either in miles or in hundreds of feet. The use of a quad or four port +45° antenna can provide for air combining. 2 2 7 2 N=7 7 5 1 5 6 1 4 7 1 5 2 3 1 6 3 6 5 D 0 12 A 5 6 5 4 1 6 5 1 5 6 2 7 4 7 4 1 6 3 2 3 7 1 6 2 4 7 1 5 1 5 4 7 4 7 4 2 3 2 3 7 ° 6 5 6 2 3 2 120 1 4 1 4 4 7 6 3 3 3 3 B C 1 S D2 = A2+B2-2ABxCOS(d) D = 5. To date. the most popular option is a 3-sector (120°) solution.

andrew. 116 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.com  Building . 6-sector sites are used for additional capacity.Applications/Engineering Notes Basic Antenna Types Used in Cellular Style Systems Typical Antenna Installations Rx Tx Tx Tx Tx Rx Rx Rx Tx Rx Tx Rx Rx Rx  Omni  Tower  Sector/Platform  Concealed Shown above are typical 3-sector sites.

A radiation pattern is a graphical representation of where and how much energy is radiated. which is connected to a radio receiver. The antenna’s impact on the radio system is determined by choosing the antenna with the appropriate characteristics defined by its specifications.andrew. The radiation characteristics of an antenna are determined by moving a simple probe antenna. coaxial cable. noting the received signal level as a function of angular coordinates. For a complete 3-dimensional characterization. A base station antenna represents only a small part of the overall cost of a communications site. Radiation Pattern The most important requirement is describing where an antenna radiates energy into the space around it. See Figure 2. Its function is to transform conduction currents (found on wires. around the antenna at a constant distance. but its performance impact is enormous. and waveguides) into displacement currents—it’s this invisible phenomenon that makes radio communications possible. the probe antenna would be moved over a spherical surface.  Figure 2 Measuring Radiation Patterns Source Antenna Antenna Under Test Polarization Positioner Test Positioner Receiver Source Positioner Positioner Control Indicators Pattern Recorder  Figure 3 Typical Far-Field Range Setup Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. Every antenna should come with such a representation. Probe Antenna Antenna Under Test The following information describes and defines the most common parameters used to specify base station antennas. A typical far-field range setup is shown in Figure 3 where D is the maximum dimension of the Antenna Under Test.com 117 .Applications/Engineering Notes Antenna Fundamentals One of the most critical elements of a wireless communications system is the antenna.

for relative plots.com Examples of rectangular and polar plots using the altazimuth coordinate system are shown for an isotropic radiator and a half-wave dipole in Figures 6–9 (see following page). and the center is not zero.15 dBi = 10 log10 (1. In this case. To measure the vertical pattern.  Figure 5 Altazimuth Coordinate System 118 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. where angular position is defined by the x-axis and signal level by the y-axis. while that used by surveyors and RF engineers is the altazimuth coordinate system shown in Figure 5.andrew. Most antennas are physically symmetrical about the x-y and x-z planes.00 and the dipole is 1.64 = 1. The signal level can be plotted as a function of linear voltage or linear power. the probe moves in the x-y plane (. the probe moves in the x-z plane (< = 0° and . Andrew uses the polar plot format. If the levels are absolute values.00 dB.28. the center of the polar plot is zero. The pattern can also be plotted as a function of absolute logarithmic power level. One is by a rectangular plot. the outside value of the polar plot is zero. shown in Figure 9.64). varies). Pattern data supplied by Andrew Corporation is in the form that is defined by the altazimuth coordinate system. These principle plane patterns are the horizontal (azimuth) radiation pattern and the vertical (elevation) radiation pattern.00 and the dipole is 1.Applications/Engineering Notes Antenna Fundamentals The coordinate system used for defining antenna radiation patterns is the spherical coordinate system shown in Figure 4. Figure 6 shows the absolute voltage elevation patterns where the peak value for the isotropic radiator is 1.  Figure 4 Spherical Coordinate System The radiation pattern can be graphically represented in two ways. = 90° and < varies). In this case. To measure the horizontal pattern. The second is a polar plot. Figure 7 shows the absolute power elevation patterns where the peak value for the isotropic radiator is 1. which means the antenna’s radiation characteristics are aptly described by only two radiation patterns. .282. the outside value of the polar plot is greater than one. Figure 9 shows the relative power elevation patterns in dB where the peak value for both is 0. where angular position is equivalent to the angular position on a circle—relative to a reference radial—and signal level is plotted relative to the center of the circle at a distance proportional to the signal level. Figure 8 shows the absolute power elevation patterns in dBi where the peak value for the isotropic radiator is 0.00) and the dipole is 2. the outside value is one. for all Andrew base station antennas.00 dBi = 10 log10 (1.

com 240 300 255 270 isotropic radiator half-wave dipole half-power.8 15 0. -3 dB level Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.andrew.3 90 75 120 1.7 180 0.4 345 210 330 0.2 165 15 1 180 0.2 units/radial division 15°/angular division isotropic radiator half-wave dipole Rectangular and Polar Plots of Absolute Linear Power Levels for an Isotropic Radiator and a Half-Wave Dipole Elevation Absolute Power Level (dBi) 5 Absolute Power Level (dBi)  Figure 7 300 240 30 60 90 120 150 180 Elevation Angle (degs) 105 0 90 75 120 -5 60 135 -10 45 150 -15 30 165 -20 15 180 0 -25 195 345 -30 210 330 -35 -40 -180 -150 -120 -90 -60 -30 225 0 30 Elevation Angle (degs) 270 285 Polar Plot Center = -40 dBi 5 dBi/radial division 15°/angular division isotropic radiator half-wave dipole Rectangular and Polar Plots of Absolute Power Levels in dBi for an Isotropic Radiator and a Half-Wave Dipole Elevation Relative Power Level (dB) 0 105 -5 Relative Power Level (dB) 300 255 isotropic radiator half-wave dipole  Figure 8 315 240 60 90 120 150 180 90 75 120 60 135 -10 45 150 30 -15 165 15 -20 0 180 -25 195 -30 345 330 210 -35 -40 -180 -150 -120 -90 -60 -30 315 225 0 30 60 90 120 150 180 Elevation Angle (degs) isotropic radiator half-wave dipole half-power.5 195 0.2 units/radial division 15°/angular division isotropic radiator half-wave dipole Rectangular and Polar Plots of Absolute Linear Voltage Levels for an Isotropic Radiator and a Half-Wave Dipole Elevation Absolute Power Level 2 90 105 1.4 45 150 30 1.4 0.8 75 120 Absolute Power Level  Figure 6 300 255 1. -3 dB level 285 Polar Plot Center = -40 dB 5 dB/radial division 15o/angular division  Figure 9 Rectangular and Polar Plots of Relative Power Levels in dB for an Isotropic Radiator and a Half-Wave Dipole 119 .2 330 0.5 1.6 0 0.2 225 0 -180 -150 -120 -90 -60 -30 0 315 255 isotropic radiator half-wave dipole 270 285 Polar Plot Center = 0 0.3 345 210 0.1 315 225 0 -180 -150 -120 -90 -60 -30 0 240 30 60 90 120 150 180 Elevation Angle (degs) isotropic radiator half-wave dipole 270 285 Polar Plot Center = 0 0.8 0.1 150 1 30 0.4 105 Absolute Voltage Level 1.6 60 135 1.9 165 0.6 0 195 0.2 60 135 45 1.Applications/Engineering Notes Antenna Fundamentals Elevation Absolute Voltage Level 1.

The unit of measure is the dBi. Practically. impedance mismatch.15 dBi or 0.Applications/Engineering Notes Antenna Fundamentals Antenna Gain Perhaps the second most important parameter in selecting a base station antenna is gain.andrew.15 (dBi)  Figure 10 Gain is a function of the frequency. m/sec f = frequency. dielectrics. as length increases so do the losses.00 dBd. In general. due to a matching increase in loss. gain doubles (3 dB increase) when the antenna length doubles.15 (dBi) 3 (dBd) = 5. m Ae = effective aperture area. Hz As aperture size increases. The gain of a dipole is 2. G=eD G (dBi) = 10 log 10 (e D) where G = antenna gain relative to an isotropic radiator e = antenna efficiency D = antenna directivity relative to an isotropic radiator G (dBi) = D (dBi) – L (dB) where L = losses due to resistance of conductors. Figure 10 compares the gain of a given antenna rated in dBi (dB with respect to an isotropic radiator) to the same antenna rated in dBd (dB WRT a 1/2 wave dipole). aperture size is mainly determined by the antenna’s length. while the antenna’s efficiency accounts for losses associated with the antenna. Directivity is a measure of how an antenna focuses energy. and a length will be reached where any increase in size will not give any substantial increase in gain. as shown: 4F G = –––– A e B2 where B = wavelength.com . m2 c f B = –– where c = speed of light. 120 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. polarization Gain is always referenced to an isotropic radiator (a device that radiates energy in all directions equally). where the unit of measure is dBd. Gain is proportional to the product of directivity and the antenna’s efficiency. gain increases. Gain also may be referenced to a half-wave dipole. Isotropic Pattern (0 dBi) Isotropic (dBi) Dipole (dBd) Gain Dipole Pattern 0 (dBd) = 2. For wireless sector and omni antennas.

25*HBW10dB +18)*VBW3dB For omnidirectional antennas (2): D z 191. An assumption needs to be made concerning the efficiency or the losses associated with an antenna to determine the gain.4 where *H = horizontal pattern half power beamwidth.Applications/Engineering Notes Antenna Fundamentals Half Power Beamwidth Half power beamwidth (HPBW) is a parameter that measures the shape of the radiation pattern.818 + 1/ *V – 172. degrees These formulas show that directivity increases as HPBW decreases. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. Directivity can be estimated from the two principal plane HPBWs by using: For sector antennas (1): 41250 D (dBi) = 10*log 10 ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– (0.53*HBW3dB +0. These formulas can then be used to ensure the appropriate gain has been chosen for specified horizontal and vertical HPBWs. The exception to this is the horizontal pattern of an omnidirectional antenna that is circular. degrees *V = vertical pattern half power beamwidth.andrew. It is the angular width of the radiation pattern’s main lobe. HPBW is usually specified for the horizontal and vertical radiation patterns. It is measured between the points where the power pattern is one-half (3 dB down) the main lobe’s peak value.0 •0.com 121 .

70 120 60 130 50 140 40 150 30 160 20 170 10 Front-to-Back Ratio 180 Half Power Beamwidth 0 190 350 200 Side Lobes and Nulls A typical vertical pattern is shown in Figure 12. A number of minor lobes are found above and below the main lobe. 340 330 210 220 320 230 310 300 240 250 260 270 280 290 Polar Plot Center = -40 dB 5 dB/radial division 10 /angular division 10°/angular Horizontal Pattern -3 dB level  Figure 11 Horizontal Pattern Polar Plot showing HPBW and Front-to-Back Ratio 110 100 90 80 70 120 60 130 Cross-Polarization Ratio (CPR) Side Lobes 50 140 40 150 CPR is a comparison of the co-polarized vs. Figure 11 shows the HPBW and front-to-back ratio for a typical horizontal pattern.  = 0° in the altazimuth coordinate system) to its directivity in a rearward direction antenna (usually at . The main lobe (or main beam or major lobe) is the lobe in which the direction of maximum radiation occurs. These are termed side lobes.com .andrew. = 0°.Applications/Engineering Notes Antenna Fundamentals 110 100 90 Front-to-Back Ratio 80 The front-to-back ratio is the ratio of the maximum directivity of an antenna (usually at . cross-polarized pattern performance of a dual-polarized antenna generally over the sector of interest (alternatively over the 3 dB beamwidth). the better the performance of polarization diversity. Co-Polarization Cross-Polarization (Source at 90°) Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. Between these side lobes are directions in which little or no radiation occurs. the consequence of doing this is to widen the main lobe and thus lower the directivity and reduce the antenna’s gain. The better the CPR. This is termed null fill.  = 180° in the altazimuth coordinate system). These are termed nulls. Nulls may represent a 30 or more dB reduction (less than one-thousandth the energy of the main beam) in received signal level in that direction. = 0°. 350 200 340 210 Null Fill 330 220 320 230 310 240 300 250 260 270 280 290 Polar Plot Center = -40 dB 5 dB/radial division 10o/angular division  Figure 12 Elevation Pattern Polar Plot showing Pattern Parameters 120° 120° Directed Dipole™ Typical  Cross-Pol Ratio (CPR) 122 Techniques exist to lower upper side lobes and redirect some of the radiating energy and fill in nulls. Often. Nulls 30 Back Lobe 160 Main Lobe 20 170 10 180 0 190 Main Lobe Maximum It is a measure of the ability of a cross-polarized array to distinguish between orthogonal waves.

the better the interference performance of the system. 60 290 70 280 For optimum diversity performance. It can also affect the performance of the polarization diversity style antennas if the two arrays do not have similar patterns. Squint 340 –3 dB Electrical Electrical Boresite Boresite 0/2 350 0 10 0 20 330 +3 dB 30 320 40 310 Horizontal Beam Tracking 50 300 Refers to the beam tracking between the two beams of a ±45° polarization diversity antenna over a specified angular range. 80 270 90 260 100 250 110 240 120 230 It is a percentage that allows comparison of various antennas. the beams should track as closely as possible. Mechanical Mechanical Boresite Boresite The beam squint can affect the sector coverage if it is not at mechanical boresite. 130 220 140 210 200 190 180 170 160 150  Beam Squint 120° 120° 340 350 0 10 20 330 30 320 340 40 310 350 0 10 20 30 330 320 50 300 60 290 40 310 –45° Array 70 50 70 290 280 +45° Array 60 300 80 270 280 80 270 90 90 260 100 260 250 100 110 250 240 110 120 230 220 140 210 150 200 190 180 170 160  Sector Power Ratio Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. P Desired 300 130 220 140 210 150 200 190 180 170 160  Horizontal Beam Tracking 123 . P Undesired 60 SPR (%) = ————— X 100 60 . Sector Power Ratio (SPR) SPR is a ratio expressed in percentage of the power outside the desired sector to the power inside the desired sector created by an antenna’s pattern.Applications/Engineering Notes Antenna Fundamentals Horizontal Boresite Beam Squint The amount of pointing error of a given beam referenced to mechanical boresite.com 120 240 130 230 Desired Undesired 300 .andrew. The better the SPR.

AUGUST 1998 Parameters like improved azimuth pattern rolloff beyond the 3 dB points and improved front-to-back ratio—both co-polarization and cross-polarization—are key features. The excerpt graph shown above presents a quantitative measure of how this overlapping angle can affect capacity loss in a CDMA network. Qualitatively. excessive overlay also reduces capacity of TDMA and GSM systems. . null fill and upper sidelobe suppression. better defined “cones of silence” behind the array.” Percentage of capacity loss (dB) The quote noted above was used in the following technical paper: “On the Capacity and Outage Probability of a CDMA Hierarchial Mobile System with Perfect/Imperfect Power Control and Sectorization ” By: Jie ZHOU et al. NO. 124 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. such as downtilt. VOL. much emphasis has been placed on improved elevation (vertical) pattern shaping.com ..E82-A.andrew. VOL. In CDMA type systems this shows up as pilot pollution. References from two technical papers are shown below that support the fact that azimuth pattern shaping can also play a large role in network optimization. while in GSM systems it can show up as unwanted coverage. traditional antennas produce a high degree of imperfect power control or sector overlap. Imperfect sectorization presents opportunities for:  Traditional Flat Panels 65° 90° D Increased softer hand-offs D Interfering signals D Dropped calls D Reduced capacity The rapid roll-off of the lower lobes of the Directed DipoleTM antennas create larger. “. IEICE TRANS FUNDAMENTALS. The goal is to have enough sector-to-sector overlap to accommodate desired handoffs. while minimizing the excess overlap which can result in interference. .Applications/Engineering Notes Antenna Fundamentals 65° 90° The Impact Lower Co-Channel Interference/Better Capacity and Quality In a three sector site. NO. From the numerical results.7 JULY 1999 15 10 5 0 0 5 10 15 Overlapping angle (degree) The graph shown above was used in the following technical paper: “Effect of Soft and Softer Handoffs on CDMA System Capacity” By: Chin-Chun Lee et al. D Much smaller softer hand-off area D Dramatic call quality improvement D 5%–10% capacity enhancement  Directed DipoleTM 120˚ Sector Overlay Issues For network optimization. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON VEHICULAR TECHNOLOGY. 47.. the user capacities are dramatically decreased as the imperfect power control increases and the overlap between the sectors (imperfect sectorization) increases . 3. . .

At a given point in space. electric field vector) varies in space with time. Polarization describes how the radio wave (displacement current. Polarizations are said to be orthogonal if any arbitrary polarization can be expressed as a combination of the two orthogonal polarizations. E 2m E u1 E 1m The instantaneous value of the wave (blue arrows) can be written as: E(t) = E 1m cos( L t) u 1 + E 2m cos( L t + :) u 2  Figure 13 General Polarization Ellipse Where : is the phase by which the u2-component leads the u1-component. the receive antenna must be able to receive this polarization and be oriented to do so. Linear Circular Elliptical  Figure 14 Polarization Types Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.andrew. All practical antennas are composed of two orthogonal components. This is an important concept because for a radio wave transmitted with a given polarization to be received by another antenna. the general shape traced by the electric field vector is an ellipse. Polarization E 1M E 2M : Vertical 0 1 0˚ Horizontal 1 0 0˚ Slant right 45° 1/•2 1/•2 0˚ Slant left 45° 1/•2 1/•2 180˚ Right-hand circular 1/•2 1/•2 –90˚ Left-hand circular 1/•2 1/•2 90˚ Figure 14 illustrates these basic polarization types.com 125 .Applications/Engineering Notes Antenna Fundamentals Polarization u2 The polarization of an antenna is a property of the radio wave that is produced by the antenna. The cross-polarized response is the power received by the polarization orthogonal to the desired polarization (co-polarization) in a specified plane. shown in Figure 13. The most common two orthogonal polarizations are vertical and horizontal. A summary of basic polarization types and necessary component values is shown in the table below.

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Beamtilt 

Figure 15

To reduce the coverage of a specific antenna, not only can the
input power be reduced but the main lobe can be tilted below the
horizon (maximum radiation does not occur in the direction of the
horizon). The simplest way to achieve this is to mechanically tilt
the antenna. The antenna can also be designed so that the main
lobe does not point toward the horizon. This is achieved by electrical techniques associated with the antenna’s feed network and is
termed electrical downtilt.

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Figure 16 shows how the horizontal radiation pattern becomes
distorted as mechanical tilt increases. This is because at a
constant distance, as the pattern tilts, the received signal level
is not a function of the main beam peak but is a function of the
slope of the main lobe or even an upper side lobe. While at ±90
degrees, no change in the horizontal pattern occurs.

Horizontal Pattern

Mechanical Tilt 0°

When an antenna is mechanically tilted, its radiation characteristics
do not change. However, the coverage on the ground is affected.
This can best be explained by using Figure 15. Imagine that the
horizontal pattern is a disc that is rotated about an axis that lies
perpendicular to the direction of main radiation (main lobe). When
the disc is rotated so that the main beam tilts down, at ±90
degrees from the peak (axis of rotation), nothing happens, while
at ±180 degrees (back lobe), the pattern points upwards, Thus, a
mechanically tilted sector antenna gives a reduced coverage footprint at the peak of the beam, but as the angle increases from this
point, the effect of the beamtilt decreases.

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Figure 17
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Downtilt
Back Lobe Peak
Main Lobe Peak

With electrical downtilt, the radiation characteristics of the
antenna do change. This can be visualized by taking the horizontal
pattern disc, mentioned above, and cutting into its center so that a
cone can be formed. Now, the whole pattern is tilted, as shown in
Figure 17.
Figure 18 shows how the horizontal radiation pattern remains the
same shape as electrical tilt increases.

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Andrew Corporation offers two categories of antennas with beamtilting capabilities:

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To adjust a Manual Electrical Tilt antenna, a person must physically
adjust the antenna’s tilt mechanism. The tilt mechanism allows
re-configuration of the antenna while it is installed in its mounted
location. This often involves the climbing of a tower while the RF
equipment at the site is turned off.

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As an alternative, a remote electrical tilt antenna has an actuator or motor drive attached to the
antenna to allow the tilt to be adjusted remotely from the base of the tower using a local controller.
Multiple antennas/sites can be controlled independently or in groups using this concept.
See the Teletilt® section of this catalog for more information.

VSWR and Return Loss
VSWR and return loss (RL) are measures of how much energy is reflected from an antenna’s input.
The amount of energy reflected by the antenna depends on the antenna’s input impedance. The
input impedance of an antenna consists of two parts, the self-impedance and the mutual impedance. The self-impedance is that impedance determined by the antenna on its own. The mutual
impedance is determined by the antenna’s surroundings (energy radiated by the antenna that is
reflected back into the antenna from surrounding objects). The relationships between an antenna’s
input impedance, Z, and its VSWR and RL, , are:
1+| |
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Z0 = characteristic impedance of system

VSWR or return loss is only one component of an antenna. The table below shows how VSWR can
increase (RL will decrease) without significantly increasing the antenna’s overall loss (decreasing the
antenna’s gain).

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System VSWR Calculator
Often system VSWR (or return loss) readings are measured near the base station equipment at the
base of the tower. These readings will be influenced by all the various components in the RF path.
The estimated system VSWR calculator shown in Figure 19 mathematically calculates the theoretical
RMS value expected for the combination of the components specified. Please visit www.andrew.com
and click on Software, CableMasterTM to download the latest VSWR calculator tool and experience its
capabilities. 

Figure 19 System VSWR Calculator Shown at 850 MHz Frequency

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2 .com 129 . 1. when n or m = 0. then the following frequencies are generated: f IMD = n f 1 ± m f 2 where fIMD = frequency generated by nonlinearity n = 0. Many digital systems will include both average power and peak power requirements. n + m is the order of the fIMD For passive devices. The simplest scenario is when two carriers at frequency f1 and f2 are fed into an antenna. . Nonlinearities within these passive devices cause the appearance of unwanted frequencies equal to the integral multiples and sums and differences of integral multiples of the unwanted frequencies. . 2 .Applications/Engineering Notes Antenna Fundamentals Intermodulation A characteristic of passive devices used in radio systems that is becoming increasingly important is intermodulation distortion (IMD). If a nonlinearity is present. . The presence of significant intermodulation can be mitigated by a combination of good design and good construction practices. . . LC LIMD3(dBc) LIMD3 2 f 1 .f2 f1 f2 2 f2 -f1 Frequency  Figure 20 Third Order Intermodulation Distortion Representation Power Rating The input power to the antenna terminals verifies that the antenna can safely handle and deliver its rated performance. it is limited to the power handling capacity of the feed line. the fIMD that contain the most amount of energy are the third order products. m = 0. they are the easiest to measure and usually specified. 2 f1 – f2 and 2 f2 + f1. .andrew. Although these products do not often cause problems. 1. Figure 20 is a graphical representation of the 2-carrier IMD situation. Level (dBm) In passive devices. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. Generally. significant intermodulation is usually caused by ferromagnetic components in the RF path and poor connections between metal parts. then fIMD is a harmonic n and m x 0.

For example. where size and weight must be considered. insulated element spacers or insulated stiffeners. the metals should be close to each other in the galvanic series (see Table of Galvanic Series) so that galvanic action is very slow. 130 Corrosion This is an important consideration in metallic members and where dissimilar metals are brought into physical contact. low RF loss materials such as fiberglass or ABS.” undesirable in clamps. Insulators These include radiator support insulators. ability to operate well within the temperature range without .andrew. copper or brass lugs should be zinc plated (not silver) for connection to aluminum. Experience is the best guide for proper safety factor. The material shape and size should be selected so that the maximum forces imposed on it—including fatigue—will be less than the yield point of the material. low water absorption.com (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) Magnesium Zinc Aluminum Aluminum Alloys Cadmium Steel or Iron Stainless Steel (active) Lead-Tin Solders Lead Tin Nickel (active) Brass Copper Monel Silver Gold Platinum Note: Low number is anode and high number cathode. Desirable qualities in such insulators are: low dielectric constant. Metal flows from low number to high number in galvanic action. Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. sockets. good resistance to corrosion. Copper or brass should never be placed in contact with aluminum without passivating or plating the metal surfaces in contact.Applications/Engineering Notes Base Station Antenna Materials and Mechanical Characteristics Materials Mechanical Failure Table of Galvanic Series The selection of materials that will be used in an antenna or array breaks down to materials for the component parts: This generally occurs when wind and ice loads exceed the yield strength of the material or where metal fatigue occurs after long-term cycling back and forth of a member due to wind vibrational forces. insulators should be avoided wherever possible since they are subject to breakage or damage and can deteriorate performance. Pressure cast aluminum is very well suited to certain parts such as bases. Materials must be ultraviolet (UV) resistant to avoid deterioration after long exposure to sunlight. care must be given to the materials used in order to avoid severe galvanic corrosion. Relative Position of Metals and Platings Commonly Used D The radiating elements and support members D Radomes D Feed harness and connectors D Hardware and mounting Radiating Elements and Support Members In base station antennas. low power factor (low loss) at the operating frequencies. Water accumulation in hollow members can be avoided with drainage holes near the low point. Copper and brass also are frequently used where size and weight are not factors. Radomes Radomes are typically fabricated from high strength. and steel clamps or mounts to aluminum should be hot dip galvanized (molten zinc). At the higher frequencies. and good conductivity are a natural choice in metals. Not only does this reduce corrosion but it protects against freeze bursting in cold weather. low weight. they can introduce dielectric capacitance that produces higher antenna VSWR. Galvanic corrosion can be eliminated by the use of similar materials or by passivating the materials in contact by plating or chemical conversion treatment (aladine or iridite). mounts and clamps. It has higher resistance to corrosion than the high strength aluminum alloys while its hardness prevents metal “creep. Galvanic corrosion occurs as a speed-up of corrosion where moisture is present between dissimilar metals causing electrical current flow between them similar to a battery or electroplating action. aluminum alloys that combine high strength. In general. Principal advantages are ease of plating and similar metal contacts with the feed cable. Where dissimilar metals must be brought into contact under stress conditions where the surface of chemical conversion would be scratched or impaired.

this technology can also facilitate the same type of beam shaping provided by printed circuit board technology. The use of high quality fabrication techniques yields very repeatable patterns and performance. As in the case of fittings. some flexible lead is desirable between the antenna and most transmission lines to facilitate installation and test. see product data sheets available on the Andrew web site at www. Station antennas often are mounted on tall towers where the expense of installation may equal or exceed the price of the antenna itself. mechanical strength. for antennas depends on cross section shape. Depending on the application. mechanical impact resistance. air dielectric stripline or a hybrid combination of all three. there are preferences for antenna termination. ratio of Length/Width (Depth) and Reynolds number Wind load can also be calculated using equivalent flat plate area (Aƒp. and workability in machining or molding. Stainless steel meets these requirements and is desirable for many applications. Sharp bends should be avoided in all cables.5 in (12. Coaxial and Printed Circuit Feed Networks Element feed networks are generally coaxial harnesses. The force (F) or load that wind of a given velocity exerts on an antenna surface is H V2 F = A ——— C d . Mechanical strain must be avoided on the cables and connectors.andrew. resistance to ultraviolet radiation from sunlight and to certain gases.7 mm) radial ice with maximum wind velocity reduced because with such icing it is not usual to have hurricane force winds. Mechanical Characteristics While electrical characteristics determine antenna performance. The area should be the maximum area that the antenna could present to the wind. that the antenna be capable of withstanding the environmental conditions of wind and ice without failure. The feed networks are formed from a single piece of material. For the demanding intermodulation (IM) specifications required by high-capacity systems. Some users like the connector rigidly attached to the antenna support. where drag coefficient of flat plate Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. Often the feed network and the radiating elements can occupy the same printed circuit board. C dƒp = constant = 2. The inner conductors of small cable such as RG-141 should be given relief from direct strain. UHF connectors should not be used above 300 MHz.com The minimum design criteria for wind load should be to handle true wind velocities of 100 mph (161 km/hr) without ice and when feasible the design should be capable of handling stronger winds because many hurricane areas are subjected to winds in excess of 100 mph (161 km/hr). printed circuits. figuring that the wind could come from any direction. and also be able to resist the weathering effect of atmospheres it is normally subjected to. epoxies. nuts. and rivets used for attachment of radiating elements or support members should be of sufficient strength and resistant to corrosion. and synthetic resins meet most of the basic requirements at reasonable cost. mechanical characteristics are equally important in overall considerations of the antenna system since they largely determine the life and serviceability.). thus minimizing RF connection points.com) per formula shown below:  H V F = A ——— 2 ƒp 2 C dƒp . however. while others prefer a flexible cable with fittings attached to its end.andrew. it is difficult to set a value of wind and ice loading that will satisfy the maximum or severe conditions without overdesigning with unduly high cost for those areas where severe conditions of wind and ice as encountered on some mountaintops must be handled by specially rugged designs.Applications/Engineering Notes Base Station Antenna Materials and Mechanical Characteristics undue change. therefore. Connectors and Termination Wind and Ice Since antennas are installed in all areas under various conditions of wind and ice. the 7–16 DIN Family of connectors is strongly recommended. Where icing conditions are prevalent a separate loading should be calculated for 0.2 131 . Air Dielectric Striplines Air dielectric stripline-feed networks provide the lowest loss technology available. A feed harness or “feed” includes the transmission line (generally coaxial) from the antenna input terminal to the actual connection on the radiator(s). Printed circuit feed networks are more often employed above 800 MHz where they can facilitate elevation beam shaping with upper sidelobe suppression and null fill. This includes all matching transformers and interconnections between radiators such as tees or multi-junction connections. High strength aluminum alloys also are suitable and offer some advantage for aluminum-to-aluminum connection where galvanic corrosion is a problem. where 2 A—Antenna area projected on a surface perpendicular to the vector of wind velocity H—Air density V—Wind velocity Cd —Drag coefficient. By careful design. Hardware and Mounting Small hardware such as bolts. certain of the newer urethanes. corrosion. Whenever printed circuit boards are employed the use of conformal coating is mandatory to protect the circuits from environmental contamination (moisture. Type N and 7–16 DIN connectors are suitable for use in mobile radio communications. In either case. It is important. Andrew offers a selection of factory fabricated jumper cables— both standard and superflexible—to interface between tower mounted components. etc.

No correction factor is required for the antenna gains. The curves will also provide acceptable results for gain type antennas if (1) the spacing is measured between the physical center of the tower antennas and (2) one antenna is mounted directly above the other. For more information please visit our website at www.Applications/Engineering Notes Base Station Antenna Materials and Mechanical Characteristics Heavy hardware such as clamps.48) Antenna Spacing in Feet (Meters) (Measured between antenna centers) The values indicated by these curves are approximate because of coupling that exists between the antenna and transmission line.44) 500 (152.05) 20 (6. Painting Base Station Antennas To help antennas blend into the background and make zoning easier. Curves are based on the use of half-wave dipole antennas. many customers desire to paint the entire antenna.com Stainless steel locking bands of the radiator hose type are very suitable for many attachments provided that they are properly applied.3) 2 (0. protected with hot dip galvanize finish.52) 10 (3.24) 100 (30.14) 50 (15.1) 30 (9. ATTENUATION PROVIDED BY HORIZONTAL SEPARATION OF DIPOLE ANTENNAS 80 200 70 Isolation in dB Hz 0M 850 60 450 50 150 MHz MHz MHz Hz 70 M Hz 50 M Hz M 30 40 30 20 10 (3. Clamps and mounts should be heavy duty in order to transfer the full antenna load to the support tower or mast.14) 50 (15.1) 30 (9.05) 20 (6. The curves will also provide acceptable results for gain type antennas if (1) the indicated isolation is reduced by the sum of the antenna gains and (2) the spacing between the gain antennas is at least 50 ft. They offer a convenient means of fastening to various sizes and shapes of towers and masts.com/products/antennas/bsa and select BSA Technical Literature.andrew. orientation mounts and offset brackets.96) (91.24) 100 (30.48) 200 300 (60.24 m) (approximately the far field). 132 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.8) Antenna Spacing in Feet (Meters) Curves are based on the use of half-wave dipole antennas.4) 1000 (304. or cast aluminum—depending on the application. Properly applied. should be steel. Heavy directive arrays should incorporate into the mount a convenient means of orientation with positive position locking.91) 5 (1. This can be easily accomplished if a non-metallic based paint is used and smooth surfaces are slightly roughed for better adhesion. Isolation Provided by Antenna Separation ATTENUATION PROVIDED BY VERTICAL SEPARATION OF DIPOLE ANTENNAS 70 60 Isolation in dB 50 20 00 MH z 85 H 0M z 45 H 0M z 16 H 0M z 75 MH z 40 MH z 40 30 20 10 1 (0. .andrew. (15.61) 3 (0. with no horizontal offset (exactly collinear). The draw-up screws should always be positioned so as to draw down against a firm member (preferably round) in order to force locking and holding of the screw to the band slots. these clamping bands are extremely strong and will maintain clamping force indefinitely.

8 dB 170 W 1.8 dB 300 W 6. Antenna Theory: Analysis and Design. 1982 Schrank. 2 Low density foam dielectric. 50-1 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www. However.449 dB 6120 W 0.18 dB 2340 W 1.619 dB 3730 W — 0.254 dB 13200 W 0. 35:5.7 dB 1620 W 1.161 dB 22500 W 150 2.487 dB 4500 W 0. copper conductors.12 dB dB 2290 W 0.601 dB 6030 W 960 1700 2000 3. mounting the antenna at one quarter to five quarter wavelengths is often acceptable.48 m) of line and maximum average power ratings in watts1 coaxial transmission lines commonly used with 2-way radio antenna systems.119 dB 30400 W 0.67 dB 4410 W 0. Pattern nulls of 10 to 15 dB can usually be tolerated in areas where communication is not needed.971 dB 3300 W 0.25 dB 710 W 1.183 dB 14000 W 0.68 dB 1520 W 1.417 dB 6140 W 0. to mount off the leg of the tower.237 dB 12600 W — 0. IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine. Side-Mounted Omnidirectional Antennas at 450 MHz and 800 MHz At these frequencies standard towers have dimensions of several wavelengths and therefore become complicated reflectors.694 dB 4830 W 0.A.09 dB 1100 W 1.557 dB 5750 W 0. Ratings should be divided by VSWR as measured at the input to the transmission line to account for hot spots.4 dB 9060 W 17. and at a distance as far as practical.191 dB 17500 W — 0.464 dB 5100 W 0.5 dB 3.24 dB 1900 W 1.896 dB 4050 W 5.254 dB 10800 W — 0.23 dB 2240 W 1.45 dB 1590 W 0.52 dB 909 W 2.6 dB 12 dB 80 W 2.824 dB 2900 W 0.740 dB 2970 W 0.357 dB 6460 W — 50 1.711 dB 3090 W 0.643 dB 4590 W 0.93 dB 3170 W 0. 1993.105 dB 28000 W 0.4 dB 250 W 0.88 dB 656 W 2.243 dB 12100 W 0.109 dB 30900 W 0.176 dB 16900 W — 0.02 dB 2140 W 1.19 dB 2000 W 1.com 133 .13 dB 1950 W 1.467 dB 7180 W 0. rather than the face.724 dB 4630 W 0.571 dB 5220 W 0.08 dB 2380 W 0. (30.2 dB 450 W 0. New York.35 dB 2.31 dB 1380 W 1.5 dB 300 W 0.994 dB 3650 W Power ratings are based on EIA standard Rs-100 for a maximum inner conductor temperature of 100° C at 40° C ambient.314 dB 9470 W 0.Applications/Engineering Notes Base Station Antenna Materials and Mechanical Characteristics Performance of Commonly Used Coaxial Cables/Transmission Lines Attenuation losses in dB/100 ft.195 dB 14100 W 0.215 dB 16800 W 450 5. References Balanis.85 dB 1300 W 1.808 dB 3410 W 0.7 dB 500 W 4. NY: Wiley. Frequency in MHz RG-8/U RG-58/U 1/2" Super flexible FSJ4-50B 1/2" LDF 2 LDF4-50A 7/8" AL AL5-50 7/8" LDF 2 LDF5-50A 7/8" AVA3 AVA5-50 1 1/4" LDF 2 LDF6-50 1 5/8" AL AL7-50 1 5/8" LDF 2 LDF7-50A 1 5/8" AVA3 AVA7-50 2 1/4" LDF 2 LDF12-50 1 30 1 dB 1100 W 2.34 dB 8080 W — 0.091 dB 39800 W 0.271 dB 8090 W 0.02 dB 2880 W 0. if the desired coverage area does not have to be circular. H.86 dB 1480 W 1.37 dB 597 W 3.17 dB 1060 W 1.02 dB 3280 W 0.2 dB 894 8.54 dB 1670 W 1.13 dB 2960 W 1. 3 Virtual air.439 dB 6720 W 0.andrew.69 dB 1400 W 1. It is preferable at these frequencies when side-mounting an omnidirectional antenna.628 dB 5780 W 4.22 dB 2430 W 1.815 dB 2830 W 0. C.142 dB 23600 W — 0.38 dB 947 W 2.4 dB 900 W 3.463 dB 4980 W — 88 1.135 dB 22000 W — 0.28 dB 2490 W 0.21 W 1.876 dB 3400 W 0.97 dB 777 W 1.744 dB 3440 W 0.841 dB 3540 W 0.724 dB 4420 W 0.

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.............. 45 31670-6 .......................... 41 936LG65VTE-B ............................. Antenna Mount ................................... RET Installation Accessory .................... 42 252027-10KT ............................. 42 252029-10KT ............................................108 932DG65T2E-M ...................... RET Installation Accessory ............................................................................ 23 601860A .............................. Antenna .......... 41 41108A-2 ............................ 23 602299 .....................................104 844G90VTA-SX ............................................. RET Installation Accessory ...................................................................... Antenna ......... 40 30848-5 ....................... 29 800PIPEKIT-X .................. Antenna ..................................................... 92 844H90T6E-XY ............................... 91 858DG90T3ESY .................Index Part Number 138 Description Page Part Number Description Page 11653 ... 23 600899A-2..................... 29 744G65V1ASXM ...................... Antenna ............. 17 932LG65VTE-B-H ............................................. Antenna .................................................................................................................. 93 931DG65T2E-M ............... Antenna ............... RET Installation Accessory ............ 92 848H90T4E-XY ...... 40 30848-4 ...................................... 93 858DG65T3ESX................ 93 854DG90T6ESX................................................................... 93 858DG65T9ESY ...... 93 854DG85VTEXY ..... Grounding Kit .. 42 11653-9-IN ........... 23 844G45VTZASX .. 45 31670-1 .............. 110 932QLG65VTEB ................................. 28 774G80V1ESXM ................................................................................. RET Installation Accessory ......................................... 40 30848-3 ........................................... Antenna .................................................................................................................................................... 28 602495 ................ Antenna ..... 40 31670-4 ............104 844G65T6ZAXY .... Antenna . RET Installation Accessory ..............104 844G80VTA-SX ............................... 23 654DG90T3A-C .................. 93 878G60T2A-XY .. Antenna ................................................................................................. Concealment Mounting .......... 17 932QDG65T2EM .. RET Installation Accessory ................ 93 854DG65T6ESY ....................... 29 721DD65ESXM........... 29 800TREEKIT ................................................................................. 40 40417 ................................. Antenna ............................ Antenna .............. 45 3CCGRIP ......... Antenna ..................... 17 932LG65T2A-M ............................................................................................... Antenna Mount .......................... 17 932LG65VTE-B ..........com .... Antenna ............. RET Installation Accessory ............ RET Installation Accessory ....................................... Antenna ............................................109 931LG65VTE-B ............................. Antenna ................ 23 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www....... 17 932QDG65T4EM ......... Antenna ............................... Antenna ........................................ 28 778X105M85V1 ........... 40 30848-1 .. Antenna ........108 932DG65T6EKL ...................... Antenna ....... Antenna ................. Antenna Mount ................... Antenna Mount ............. 92 854DG65T6ESX.................. 93 856DG65T2ESX. Antenna ............. 45 31670-5 ............... Antenna ......................... 42 252028-10KT ............................. Antenna .. 92 844H80T6E-XY ..................................................................... 91 858DG90T3ESX....... Antenna .................................... 93 858DG65T3ESY .............. 41 11653-4-IN . Antenna Mount ............ Antenna ......... 28 778G90VTAXM ..................................... Antenna .......................................109 932DG65T4EKL ................... RET Installation Accessory ....... 93 854DG90T6ESY ...... Antenna Mount ...110 932QDG90T4EM ............ Antenna .................. Antenna ..................................................................................................................................... RET Installation Accessory ........... RET Installation Accessory ......... Antenna ... RET Installation Accessory . Antenna ........... 100.. 59 932DG65T6E-M .......... Antenna ................................................................... 23 774G90V1ESXM .......... 28 602030A . 93 854DG70VTRSX ................................. Antenna ............................. Antenna ......................................... RET Installation Accessory ...... 16 932DG90T4E-M ........ 28 600691A-2........................................................... Antenna ............................................................................................ Antenna ........ Antenna ......... RET Installation Accessory ............................................................ RET Installation Accessory ........................................... Antenna ............................................. Antenna ............................... RET Installation Accessory .................. Antenna ................................................................ 93 856DG65T6ESX.............................................. Antenna Mount .. 92 932DG90T2E-M .................. 23 775G90V1ESXM .... Antenna .......... Antenna ...................... Antenna ........................................................................................... Antenna ............ RET Installation Accessory ................................ 93 858DG65T6ESY .....104 844G65VTZASX ................... 41 11653-6-IN .......................... RET Installation Accessory ......................................... Antenna Mount ............................................... 40 31670-2 ................................. Antenna ...109 932DG65T2EKL .................................... Antenna ........................... Antenna ...............andrew............................................................................. 40 31670-3 ................ Antenna ................. 17 932QDG90T2EM ................... RET Installation Accessory .............. 45 30848-2 ............................................. Antenna Mount ........................................ 77 932DG65T4E-M ........... 45 41108A-1 ................................................................................................................................................... Antenna ...... RET Installation Accessory .............. 41 41108A-3 ........................ Antenna ....... Antenna .............. 42 252026-10KT .. 93 878G60T4A-XY ............................................................. Antenna Mount ........................... 28 68MCLICK ......

......................................................... Antenna ......................................................... Control Cable .. Antenna ............ 79 CTSDG-06515-6DM ......................................... Antenna ........................................ Antenna ................................................... 75 ABT-DFDM-ADBA ...... Antenna ..... Software ................................ 29 ATCB-B01-009 ................... Surge Arrestor . 79 948F85T2E-M ..................................... dc 2.......................................... Antenna ......................... Antenna ................ Control Cable ........................ 29 ATCB-B01-015 ............................ 75 ABT-DMDF-ADBA .................... Antenna .............................................................................. 46 AWE-A12.............................................. Antenna ............................................................................... 85 ATCB-B01-090K ....................... Antenna ................................................................................105 ATJB200-A01-004.................................................. Control Cable .................................... 75 APW435-12014-0N .................... 53 ATCB-B01-C50 ..... 87 ATCB-B01-060 ............................................ 79 948F65T4ZE-M ........................................................... 79 CTSDG-06515-4DM ...... 23 ATCB-B01-040 ............. 91 ASPJ977E ..................................... Antenna Mount ............................................ Smart Bias Tee........................ 30 ATCB-B01-005 ......................... Antenna ........... Antenna . 58 ATTK200-KIT ............................................................................................................. 75 AISG System Configurator ........Index Part Number Description Page Part Number Description Page 948F65T2ZE-M ................................... Lightning Protection Unit ........ 79 CTSDG-06513-XDM .......... Smart Bias Tee... 75 ADFD1820-3333B-XDM ................. Antenna ............ 40 ATBT-S511 ......................... 42 AWA2500-3605-00NF ........................................ Antenna .. Antenna ............................................................................. Actuator ............................ 79 948F65T6ZE-M ............... Control Cable ........ Smart Bias Tee............. 30 CTSDG-06513-0DM ..... 88 ATCB-B01-080K ........... 85 ATCB-B01-100K ........................................................................ 24 ATCB-B01-003 ...................................... Antenna .................................................... Antenna Mount ... 70 ASP705K .... Antenna ......................... Control Cable .................................... Smart Bias Tee...................................... Control Cable ................... 30 CSH-6516A-VT .. Control Cable ................................. Junction Box................................. 66 948F85T6E-M ......... Antenna ................... 30 ATCB-B01-006 .............. 75 950G85VTE-M .......... Controller .........com 139 ................................................... 70 ASP7A ... Control Cable Kit ........... 75 ANMS™ Site Manager .................................. Antenna ....... Antenna ....... 75 APTDC-BDFDM-DB ...................................................................... 40 ATBT-S508 ........ 40 ASPR614 ..... Control Cable ................... 30 ATCB-B01-010 ......................................................................................105 CTSDG-06513-6DM ................. Control Cable ......................................... Control Cable Kit ...................... Junction Box............................ 75 ANMS™ Scheduler ... 97 ASPP2936E ............................................. 40 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www.............. 84 ATCB-B01-030 ......................................................... Antenna Mount .................................... Antenna ........... Antenna Mount .......... 30 ATC200-LITE-USB ...... Antenna .............. Antenna ............ Antenna .................................................................. Software .. 53 ATGK-001 ......................................................................107 CTSDG-06513-4DM ........... 53 ASPG962 ........ Control Cable Kit ................. 84 ATCB-B01-020 ........ Control Cable Kit ......................... Antenna ...... Surge Arrestor .............. Controller .......................... 30 ATCB-B01-004 ........................................ 40 ASPR616 ....... Antenna ... 53 ASPD977E ............................................................................................ Antenna .......... 88 ATCB-B01-070K ....andrew...... Control Cable ........................................................................................... 75 950F85T6E-M .......... 90 ASPB685 ....................................... 75 950F85T2E-M ......................... Control Cable .......... Antenna ............ 24 ATCB-B01-050 ...............................................105 ATM200-002 ............... dc 2..... Grounding Kit ................... 75 950F65T2ZE-B ............ Control Cable ...................................... 29 ATBT-S526 .. 60 ATJB200-A01-007............................................................... 75 950F85T4E-M .................................. Antenna ......... Software ............................................................................ 46 C100-PSMSB-M8 .................... RET Installation Accessory ......... RET Installation Accessory ...... 29 ATBT-S525 ......................... SMB to SMA Coaxial Cable ........................................ 75 APTDC-BDFDF-DB .................................................................................... 29 ATBT-S522 ..................................................................1 Bias Tee .............. 75 APW425-12014-0N ........... Antenna ...... Antenna ........ Antenna ............. 29 ATCB-B01-002 ..................................................... Control Cable .......... Antenna ............ 76 ASP617............ 75 950F40T2E-M ..................... 30 ATCB-B01-001 .. 58 ATLP200-001 .......................................................................................................................... 65 ASPA685 .... Antenna ............1 Bias Tee ................................................... 75 950G65VTZE-M ................. 40 ATBT-S509 ............................................................................................... 58 AWA2500-3602-00NF ................. 75 982G30T2E-M ............................. Antenna ............................................. 53 ASPJ810 ........... Smart Bias Tee............................................ Antenna ... 45 AWA2500-3608-00NF ............................... Smart Bias Tee. 68 948F85T4E-M ....................................... Antenna ...... 72 ASPA320 ........................................ 86 ASPP2933E .................. 30 ATC300-1000 ................................................ 75 ADFD1820-9090B-XDM ............ Control Cable ........................... Control Cable ................... Antenna ..

.......... Antenna ......110 DB380-3 ............... Antenna ..... Antenna Mount ..108 CTSDG-06516-XDM ..........106 DB264-C ................107 DB365W ..................................104 DB5012 ................................ Antenna .......................... 58 DB411-B ...... Antenna ...................................................... Antenna Mount ........................................................ Antenna ........................................................................... 60 DB201-P ............... Antenna Mount .............................. 42 DB224-F .................................... Antenna ............. 58 DB493-A .107 DB365-SP9 ............... Antenna Mount .......... 41 DB228-B ............................................................................................105 DB5091-3 .............................104 DB5007 ... 60 DB222-F ... 58 DB436-C ....... 58 DB499-C .......................................................................................................................................... 58 DB420-C . 58 DB498-PS ..........................106 DB365-SP7 ................................. 60 DB408-D .............. Antenna Mount ...108 DB5098-WM ... Antenna .........................109 DB375 .............................................. Antenna Mount ............... 60 DB220-B ..108 CTSDG-06516-0DM ................... 60 DB224-A ............ Antenna .............. Antenna ..................................................105 DB5083D .. Antenna ....................... 42 DB404-B .... 58 DB436-E ............................................ 58 DB420-B ................................................... 60 DB201-N ......... Antenna Mount .......... Antenna . 58 DB5004 ............................................. Antenna ........ Antenna Mount .. Antenna Mount ................................... Antenna .................................................... Antenna Mount ......................................................... 60 DB201-L ..................................... 40 DB380-OFFSET ..... 59 DB201-M ..................................110 DB375-SP5 ..... Antenna .......................... Antenna ..... Antenna ................................................ Antenna Mount .......................................108 DB5094-AZ ........................................................... Antenna ................................... Antenna ................................ Antenna ................. 40 DB380-CTSDG ... Antenna .............. Antenna ......... 42 DB404-A . 39 DB224-SM ....................... Antenna Mount .............................................................................................. Antenna Mount .......... 58 DB408-B ...................... Antenna Mount ........ 58 DB499-A ..................................................................................................................109 DB370 .................... Antenna ............... 58 DB5001 ......... 58 DB5001-SP5.......................... 42 DB390 .... Antenna Mount ............................... Antenna ..................................................................................................................................................................... 58 DB499-K ..................................................................................................................................................................................106 DB365-OS .........109 DB380-8 .......106 DB365-SP5 ..............108 DB5098 ... Antenna .......... Antenna ......................................................... Antenna Mount ........................................................................................................................................... 58 DB5001-SP7...................................108 CTSG-12010-0DM ............................. Antenna Mount ..................................... 58 DB495-A ..... Antenna Mount ..................... 59 DB408-C ......... Antenna ......... 58 DB5002 ........................................................ 60 DB222-B ..106 DB264-A ...........................................104 DB5083 ...................109 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www............. Antenna ....................................... Antenna .......... Antenna .............................................. 60 DB224-C ............................................................................................................................................ 41 DB228-A .. 41 DB224-FAA.......... 59 DB222-C ......................... 58 DB413-B ...................... Antenna Mount ......... Antenna ................................ Antenna ....................................................................106 DB264-B ............. Antenna ..................................................................................... 40 DB382NS ................................. Antenna Mount ............ Antenna ................................... Antenna Mount ........................... Antenna ....andrew.......108 CTSG-12012-0DM ................................................................................................................................................... Antenna ....................................... Antenna .....................................................................109 DB380-9 .......................... Antenna ..................................... Antenna .....Index Part Number 140 Description Page Part Number Description Page CTSDG-06515-XDM ........ Antenna Mount .......... Antenna .. Antenna Mount ........... 58 DB436-A ..........................................................................................................................com ........................................... 59 DB224-B ........ Antenna Mount ......... 60 DB224-E ...................... 58 DB420-D .. Antenna Mount .......................................................104 DB5030 ... Antenna Mount .................. 59 CTSG-12013-0DM ....................... Antenna ....... Antenna .................................................................................................... Antenna ..... Antenna ... Antenna Mount ..... Antenna ........... Antenna ............. Antenna ..........................................................................................................104 DB5004S ...................................................................... Antenna Mount ............................................ Antenna Mount .108 DB5098-3 ............................. Antenna Mount .................. Antenna .............................. 60 DB222-A .....105 DB5084-AZ ..................................................... Antenna ...................................................................................................... 46 DB228-C ................................................................................... 58 DB420-A ................................... 58 DB408-A ......................................................................................................... Antenna ................................................................. Antenna Mount ............................................ Antenna Mount ..................................................107 DB380 ............. Antenna ...................... Antenna .................. 60 DB222-E ..................... Antenna Mount ...........106 DB292-A .

........... Antenna ............................... Antenna ........... Antenna ..... 42 DB856DG90ESY .............. 45 DB616-AB .......................................................................... Antenna ....... 17 DB848H40E-SX .................... Antenna .......................................... Antenna ...... Antenna .................................................................................................................................... 46 DB856DG90ESX ........................... Antenna ......................................................................................................................... Antenna ................................................................................................ Antenna ................. Antenna ......................... 60 DB845N65ZAXY ................... Antenna .......................................................................................................................................................... 39 DB854DG90ESY ............ 41 DB772G65ESXM ........... Antenna .............. 17 DB848H65E-XY .......... 40 DB809KT3E-XC ....................... Antenna ..andrew................................ 45 DB774G90ESXM .... Antenna ........................................... 40 DB810E-PS .............. Antenna ........................................ 59 DB846H105ESX ................ 46 DB842H90E-XY .......... 42 DB583-Y .................................. 39 DB856DG65EXY . Antenna ...................... Antenna ...................... 40 DB810KE-SY . 46 DB852DG65ESX ........ 42 DB583-XC ............................................... 41 DB636NSE-C .......... Antenna .......... Antenna ........ 59 DB848F40E-SX ... 58 DB844H90E-XY . Antenna ......................................................................................... 42 DB589-XT .................................................................... Antenna ............................................... Antenna ............................................. Antenna ............... 42 DB844G45ZAXY .......................................... 39 DB842H80E-XY ......... 41 DB800TREE .. 42 DB848H105ESX ....................................... Antenna ............................................... Antenna ......................... Antenna ................ 42 DB842H40E-SX ....... Antenna .................. 45 DB810KE-A .......... Antenna ....................................................... Antenna ................. Antenna .......................... Antenna ..................... Antenna ................. Antenna ........................ Antenna ........................... 46 DB812KE-XT ............... Antenna .................................................. Antenna .............................. 58 DB844H90E-A ......................................... Antenna ............................................................. Antenna ......... Antenna .........Index Part Number Description Page Part Number Description Page DB583-ST .............. 42 DB654DG90A-C ... Antenna ..................................... Antenna ................................................. Antenna ........................................ 42 DB810KT3E-XC .................. Antenna ............................................................. Antenna ..................................... 42 DB806-A ...................................... Antenna ............... Antenna .. 60 DB844H105ESX ........................................................ Antenna ............... 41 DB674G65A-C .................. Antenna ..................... Antenna ................................................ Antenna .............. Antenna ....... 41 DB636-C ....... 41 DB616-BC ............ 40 DB810KE-XC ............................................................................. Antenna ................................................................................. Antenna ............. 42 DB640NS-C ..................................... 110 DB848H80E-XY ............................................................................................................................ 42 DB810KE-XT ............. 58 DB844H65E-XY ....... 59 DB848F65E-SX ..................................... Antenna ....................................................... Antenna ............................... 46 DB812KE-Y . 42 DB589T3-Y .......................................................................................................................................... 45 DB809KT3E-Y .......................................... Antenna ........ Antenna ......... 100....................................................................................... 42 DB809KE-SY .... Antenna ............... Antenna ...................... 58 DB844H35E-SY ........................................................ 45 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www......................................... 42 DB842H35E-SY .......................... Antenna . Antenna .................................................................................... Antenna ................................................................. 60 DB846F65ZAXY .......................................... 45 DB809KE-XT ....................... 45 DB586-XT ......... Antenna .......... 41 DB638NSE-C ........... 60 DB846H80E-SX .................................................. 41 DB778G90ASXM ............... 46 DB854DG90ESX .................................. 60 DB846G90A-XY ............................................................................... Antenna ........ Antenna ... 42 DB812KE-XC ... 42 DB630-C ............... Antenna ............................ 42 DB586T3-Y ........................................................................... Antenna ....................................... 40 DB809KE-XC .. 42 DB806E-XT ......................................................................... 42 DB633-C .......................... 42 DB854DG65ESX ........... Antenna ........................ 42 DB854DG65ESY ....... Antenna ...........................................................com 141 ................. Antenna .................. 42 DB654DG65A-C ................................ 42 DB616E-AB ...... 46 DB842H65E-XY .................................. 42 DB583-XT ..... 46 DB586-XC ................................................................ 60 DB845N45ZAXY ....... 41 DB601E-AC ............................ 41 DB589-Y ................ Antenna ................. 39 DB848H90E-XY ......................................... 46 DB844G65ZAXY ......................... 41 DB586-Y ...... Antenna ... 17 DB848F90E-SX ........................ 17 DB848H35E-SY ............................................................................................................................................. 42 DB774G60ESXM ............................................................................... Antenna ......................................................... Antenna ................. Antenna ......................... Antenna .......... Antenna .................. Antenna ................ 42 DB852DG65ESY ....... Antenna ................ Concealment Mounting ..................... 58 DB844H80E-XY ......................................... 39 DB616E-BC ............. 41 DB589-A ............ Antenna ...... Antenna ..... Antenna ........................................................................

. 17 DB906SN-T ... AISG Tower Mounted Amplifier ............. Antenna ...................... 40 DBXGKC-6565B-VTM .... 29 DBXGKC-6565A-VTM ........... Antenna .... Antenna . Antenna . 41 DBXLH-6565EC-VTM ........andrew................................................................ 28 DB992HG28N-B .. Antenna ........ Antenna ... Antenna .. 28 E15S08P78 ...................................................................................................... Antenna .......................................... 53 FR65-13-05DAL2 .............................................. 41 DBXLH-8585B-VTM .................. Antenna ...................... 16 DB876G65A-XY ......... 42 DBXLH-6565D-VTM .......... 16 DB874G90A-XY .......... 28 DB910T3CE-M ....... 53 FR90-13-00DBL2 ....... 29 ETW200VS12UB ........................ 40 DB973G90-SR .............................. 40 DBXGKC-6565EC-VTM ................... 42 DBXLH-9090A-VTM ............................... AISG Tower Mounted Amplifier Kit ...... 16 FR90-16-02DP ........................... Antenna ..................................................................... 30 ETW190VS12UB ...................................... 16 DB858DG65ESY ............... 82 DB948F85E-M ..................................... Antenna ....... Antenna ....................... Antenna ............... 29 ETT19VS12UB ......... 53 FR65-14-00DBL2 .................... Antenna ................. 53 DR65-19-02DPQ ............ Antenna .................................... 40 DB932DG65E-M ........................................................................ 28 DB983G90A-M .......................................................... 24 FR65-17-04DP ...................................................... AISG Tower Mounted Amplifier ........................................................... 17 DB878G90A-XY ........com .......................................................................................... Antenna ...... Antenna ......................... Antenna .............. 42 DBXLH-6565S-T0M ....................... 29 DBXGKC-6565B-T0M ................ 53 DR65-12-00DBL .... 32 DR65-12-05DBL ........... AISG Tower Mounted Amplifier Kit ............................................................. Antenna .............................. Antenna ..... 16 DB872G45A-XY ...................... 30 FR65-13-00DBL2 ................. Antenna .......................... Antenna .................................... 16 DB874G105AXY ..... 40 DB932DG65EKL ................. 16 DB876G90A-XY ........................................................................................................................ Antenna ... 42 DBXLH-6565C-VTM .................................................................... Antenna .................................. 40 DBVLH-7050-T0M ..... Antenna ........ 28 DB992HG28N-B ....................................... AISG Tower Mounted Amplifier ........................... 16 DB876G105AXY ................................... Antenna ....... 30 FR65-17-02DP .................. Antenna ........ Antenna .................. 45 DBXLH-6565A-VTM ..... 42 DBXLH-9090B-VTM .................... 82 DB932DG90E-M ...................... 17 DB878G105AXY ........ Antenna .............. Antenna ......................... Antenna ........ 41 DBXLH-6565B-T4M .................................................................Index Part Number 142 Description Page Part Number Description Page DB858DG65ESX .............. Antenna ................................ Antenna ..... 45 DBXGKC-6565C-VTM ................................................................. AISG Tower Mounted Amplifier Kit .................................... 81 DB950G40E-M ................................................. 16 DB874G65A-XY ................... 53 FR90-16-00DP ......................................................................................................................................................................................... Antenna ....................... 16 FV65-13-00DBL2 .. Antenna .......................... 41 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www............................................................................ Antenna ........................................................ Antenna .... Antenna ................... Antenna . Antenna ........ Antenna ................................................... Antenna .. 30 DR90-11-00DBL ........................... Antenna .................................. Antenna ....................................................... 30 DR65-19-00DPQ ....... 16 DB858DG90ESY ....................... Antenna ............................................................ Antenna ..................... 40 DB909E-U ............................. 81 DB932QDG90EM ................................................................ 24 DR65-18-02DPL2Q ........ 81 DB950G85E-M ....... 28 DB910SN-W ............. Antenna ....................................... 23 DR90-11-05DBL ...................... Antenna ..... Antenna ................ Antenna ..................... 42 DBXLH-8585A-VTM .............. 28 DB910CE-M .......... Antenna ...... 17 DB878H120E-A .............. 16 DB858DG90ESX ... Antenna .................................................................... 29 E15S08P80 . Antenna .................... 81 DB932QDG65EM ............................... 40 DB950G85E-R............. Antenna .... 41 DBXLH-6565B-T0M ......................... 16 FV65-13-05DBL2 ...... 17 FR90-13-05DBL2 .................................................................. 41 DBXLH-6565B-VTM .... Antenna . Antenna ..... 16 DB874G35A-XY ...................... Antenna ...................................................... Antenna .. Antenna ............ 39 DBXLH-9090C-VTM ........ Antenna ........................................... 40 DB978G30E-M ..................... 28 E15S09P94 ............................. Antenna .................................................... Antenna ............................................................................................. 29 FR65-17-00DP ...... Antenna ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. Antenna .......... Antenna ........................................................................................ Antenna ................................................................................... Antenna ................ 40 DBVLH-7050-T0M ...................... Antenna . Antenna .................................... 17 DB878G60A-XY ... Antenna ........................................ Antenna ............................................... 16 DB874H120ESX ................. Antenna ...................... 41 DBXGKC-6565B-T4M ................... Antenna ................................. Antenna ...................................... Antenna ............ 40 DB910CE-KL ................. 42 DBXLH-6565C-T0M ............ Antenna ............................................... Antenna ....... Antenna ..............................................

.......................... Antenna Mount ............................... 23 MTG-D15-20S ............................................................ 17 FV90-13-00DBL2 ........................................... 42 MTG-A30-03 ................... Antenna ........................................................................................................................................................................... 40 HBXX-6517DS-VTM ..... 28 Andrew Wireless Solutions t www..................... 41 RR65-17-00DPL2 ............... Antenna .................................................................. 27 HBX-6516ESA-T6M ............................... Antenna Mount ....................... Antenna ....................................... 23 PCS-11015-0DH ..................................... 42 LBX-9014DS-VTM .............................. Antenna ............................ Antenna ............ Antenna ........................... Antenna ............ Antenna ... 28 LBX-3319DS-VTM ................................................. 40 HBX-6516DS-VTM ......................... 40 RR65-18-00DPL2 .......... Antenna ............................ Antenna ......... Antenna ........................................... 23 PCS-06515-0DH .......... Antenna ... Antenna ............ 23 RR45-17-04DPL4 .......................... Antenna ................. Antenna .............................. 99 HBX-3318ESA-T2M .......... Antenna Mount ...................... Antenna ... 41 RR65-15-00DP .............................................................. 40 RR65-18-04DPL2 ........ 42 MTG-A30-02 ..... 24 HBX-6511DS-T10M ..... Antenna ... 23 RR65-13-VDBL2 .............................................andrew................................. Antenna ............ 24 HBX-4517ESA-T4M ............................. 40 HBXX-6516DS-VTM ................................ Antenna ................... 27 HBX-6516ESA-T4M .. Antenna ..................... 23 PCS-09014-0DH ...................................................... Antenna . 41 LBX-9012DS-VTM ........ 23 MTG-P00-20S ........... Antenna ................................... 42 RR65-17-02DPL2 .................... Antenna ............................................................................ 41 LBX-9013DS-VTM ............................................. 40 RR65-18-VDPL2 .......... 23 RR45-14-00DBL2 .................................. Antenna ......................................................................... 99 FV90-13-05DBL2 .................. 23 PCS-11015-2DH .......... 28 LBX-3316DS-T0M ..................................................... 27 HBX-6516DS-T2M ........... 40 RR65-19-00DP ...... Antenna ............................... Antenna ..................................... 28 LBX-3319DS-T0M ......... 28 LBV-9012LS-VTM ............................................. Antenna ........................................ 99 FV90-13-10DBL2 ........... Antenna .............. Antenna .................... 40 FV65-15-05DA2 ........................ 27 HBX-6516ESA-T2M .. 23 RR45-19-02DPL4 ................................................Index Part Number Description Page Part Number Description Page FV65-13-10DBL2 ....................................................................................................................112 HBX-3318ESA-T4M ................ Antenna .......................................................... Antenna Mount ............................. Antenna ........................................................ 23 MTRR75-17-000DPL2 .............................................. Antenna ....... Antenna ..................................... 23 PCS-09016-0DH ........ Antenna ......... Antenna ............................ Antenna ................................... Antenna ...................................................... 24 HBX-6513DS-VTM .................... Antenna ............... 40 HBX-6516DS-T4M ..112 HBX-3319DS-T0M ......................................... Antenna ............................ 40 RR65-18-02DPL2 ............... 23 RR33-20-VDPL4 ....... Antenna ..... Antenna .................... Antenna Mount ... 40 LBV-4515LS-VTM ................................ 28 LBX-3316DS-VTM ... 23 MTG-D15-30S .................. 23 LBX-6513EPA-T0M ......................................................... Antenna .................... 28 LBV-6513LS-VTM .............. Antenna .......................... Antenna ....................... Antenna Mount ........ 24 HBX-4517ESA-T2M ..... 23 RR65-12-05DBL ......................111 HBX-3319DS-VTM .......... 42 MTG-A30-04 .............. 28 LBX-4517DS-VTM ......................................... Antenna ......................................................................... Antenna ..... Antenna ...... 42 MB72RR80VDPALQ-12 ............ 23 RR45-17-00DPL4 ................................... 23 RR45-14-05DBL2 .......... Antenna ................................ Antenna ..... Antenna ... Antenna ............. 24 HBX-4519DS-VTM .... Antenna ............................................... Antenna ... Antenna .................................. Antenna ..... 16 HBX-6516DS-T0M ............................................... Antenna ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 24 MTG A40 00 ................111 HBX-3319DS-T2M ................................................. 98 HBX-4515ESA-T4M ..... Antenna ................................................ 99 HBV-6516LS-VTM ... Antenna .. Antenna ............................................................................. 40 FV90-12-00DBL2 . Antenna .......................................... 40 RR65-18-VDUL2 ................................. 23 MTG-P00-30S ........ Antenna ......................................................com 143 ........ Antenna .... Antenna .......................... 42 LV65-13-00DB2 .............................. 23 PCS-06509-0DM ........................................................................................................................................................................... 23 RR65-12-00DBL ............. 23 QBXLH-6565A-VTM ............................... Antenna .... Antenna ............................................. Antenna ..................................................... 24 HBX-4517ESA-T6M .......................................... Antenna ........................ 23 RR45-19-00DPL4 ......................................... 27 HBX-6517DS-VTM .................................................................................................................. Antenna .... 41 FV90-12-10DBL2 .. 40 FV90-12-05DBL2 ....................... Antenna ... Antenna Mount . 23 RR65-12-10DBL .............. 23 PCS-09014-2DH ....... Antenna . Antenna . Antenna ...... Antenna Mount ...................... Antenna ............ 40 HBXX-6513DS-VTM ..... Antenna ................................................................................................................ 24 HBX-4517DS-VTM ............................................ Antenna ... Antenna ..............

.......................... 59 RR90-11-00DBL ................................................. Antenna ............................ 40 UMW-06516-4DH ..................................................... Antenna ........................................................................ 24 RV90-18-00DP .......... 30 UMWD-09014B-2DH ..... 23 RV65-12-05DBL .................................. 29 UMW-09016-2DH ...................................................... 29 UMWD-06513-0DH .............. Antenna .............................. Concealment Mounting ................................................................................................ Antenna .............................. Antenna ............................................. 24 RR90-17-00DPL2 ........... Antenna .. 53 SA3400-065X-18 . 53 SA5150-060V-17 ................................. Antenna ... Antenna ..............................................................andrew........................................................................ Antenna .......... 41 UMWD-06517-0DH .......................................... 23 SSHA-38 ....... 24 RV90-18-02DP ............................................ Antenna ......... 24 SA2500-065V-18 .......... Antenna ............................................................... 40 UMW-06516-2DH ................................ 23 RV65-19-00DP ... Antenna ............ 29 UMW-06517-2DH .......... Antenna ........................................................................... 29 UMWD-04519-XDM ............................... 29 UMWD-06517-4DH ............. 29 UMW-09015-4DH ...................................................................... 41 UMWD-06516-6DH .................. 23 RV65-12-00DBL .................. 28 RR65-19-04DP ...................... 29 UMWD-06519-2DH ................................................ Antenna ....... Antenna ......... 53 SA5150-120V-15 ................ 110 SA3400-065V-18 .................... Antenna ................................... Antenna ...... Antenna ................. Antenna ................................................................................................ 53 W2X-6516DS-VTM ........... Antenna ...... Antenna ................ 23 RV65-18-02DPL2 ..................... Antenna ........................ 41 UMWD-06513-6DH .. Antenna .... 28 TR65-19-02DPQ ...... 53 SA3400-090X-16 .............................................................................. Antenna ............................................................................ RET Installation Accessory ....... 23 RV65-12-10DBL . 23 RV65-19-02DP ........ 24 RR90-17-VDPL2 ......................................... Antenna .............................................................................................................. Antenna ....................... Antenna ......................................................................................................................................................................... Antenna ...... Antenna ....................................... 24 SA2500-090X-16 ..... Antenna .. 16 144 Part Number Andrew Wireless Solutions t www...............................Index Part Number Description Page Description Page RR65-19-02DP ............ Antenna ............................................. 24 RR90-11-05DBL .................................. 29 UMWD-06519-0DH ........................................................ Antenna .... 24 SA2500-065X-18 ...... 53 SBH-2D6516 . Antenna ..... Antenna .......................................................... 53 SA3400-090V-16 ....... 16 TBXLHB-6565A-VTM .................. Antenna .............................. Antenna .... 24 SA2500-090V-16 ....................... Antenna .................. Antenna .. Antenna ......................................................................................... Antenna .............................................. 24 SA2500-120V-15 ................................................ 23 RV45-19-02DPL4 ......... Antenna ..... Antenna ........... 29 UMWD-09014-4DH ... Antenna ....................... Antenna .... 24 RR90-18-02DP ....................... 93 SSHAK-38 ......... Antenna .... 23 RV45-19-00DPL4 ............................................ 40 UMW-06516-0DH .................................................... Antenna ............. Antenna ............................................................................................. Antenna ............ 100......................................................... Antenna ............ Antenna .... Antenna ............... 53 SA5150-090V-16 ... Antenna ..................... Antenna .......... Antenna ............................................. 29 UMWD-04517-XDM ..... RET Installation Accessory .............................................. 53 UMWD-09016-2DH ..................... 53 W2X-9013DS-VTM ....................... Antenna .... 53 UMWD-09016-XDH ................................................................ Antenna ............. 24 RR90-17-02DPL2 ........................... Antenna ....... 29 UMWD-06517-2DH ................ Antenna ............................ Antenna ..... 24 RV90-17-02DP .................................................................... Antenna ............ 53 W2X-6514DS-VTM ....................................................................... Antenna ........... Antenna ........... Antenna ..... 29 UMW-09015-2DH ..................................................... 23 RV65-18-00DPL2 ................ Antenna .............. 30 UMWD-09014B-0DH ..................... 28 UBX-6513DS-T15M ..............com .......................................... 24 RR90-18-00DP ........................................ 24 RR90-16-02DPL2 .... 53 UMWD-09014B-XDH ............................... 24 RR90-12-VDBL2 .. 53 SA3400-120V-15 ......................... 30 UMWD-09014-6DH ............................................................................ Antenna ....... Antenna ........................ Antenna .... Antenna ......... Antenna ........ 53 UMWD-09016-4DH .............................. 53 UMWD-TREEKIT ............................... Antenna ............. Antenna ..................................... 23 RV65-18-04DPL2 ...................................... 93 TBXLHA-6565C-VTM ................................. 29 UMW-09015-0DH .........