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M² Antenna Systems, Inc. 436CP42 Antenna
Manufacturer
M² Antenna Systems, Inc.
Model 436CP42
Date 1999
Category: Radio, Communication
Group Antenna
Description Circular Polarized Yagi
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                                    The 436-CP42 U/G (Ultra-Gain) sets a new performance
standard for UHF circular polarized antennas. Gain and F/B
are excellent. The boom length is matched to the 2MCP22, and
together they form an unbeatable satellite communications
package. The extremely clean pattern maximizes forward gain
and F/B. The pattern is important in order to match the
antenna’s noise temperature with modem low-noise preamps.
The CP42 is also excellent for ATV, repeater operation, and
long haul tropo DX and EME around 432 MHz.

The driven element and T blocks are CNC machined, with
connectors O-ring sealed for low maintenance and long-term
peak performance. Internal connections are embedded in a
space-age silicone gel that seals out moisture and improves
power handling. The 3/16" 6061-T6 rod elements are centered
in the boom to minimize interaction and maintain low
ellipticity. Insulators are UV stabilized and locked in
place with stainless retainers. The central boom section is
1-1/2" dia., tapering, front and rear,through 1-1/4"
sections to 1" ends.If you are looking for rugged
construction and top-notch performance, For EME use, M2 can
supply the optional parts needed to convert these to dual
polarity Yagis. Contact us for more details.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

M² Antenna Systems, Inc. -- 436CP42 -- User Manual
File name M2-7168-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type User Manual
Pages 5
Size 1.09 Mbytes (1145586 Bytes)
Language english
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Date 1999
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