Ultra-Wide Band Diversity Panel Antenna

Six-Input Diversity Antenna with Up To 15dBi Gain In Any One Direction. Available in Single to Tri-band Configurations

A6 diversity ground antennas were designed to provide high-gain, 360° diversity signal reception without the cost and complexity of a dedicated tracking system. Each antenna uses six independent sectors with overlapping reception beamwidths. Integrated into the design are high-performance UHF down-converters with exceptional selectivity characteristics. This conversion to UHF frequencies lowers cost and improves efficiency while minimizing noise and cable loss.

A6 sector antennas can produce up to 15dBi gain in any one direction and are available in single to tri-band configurations.

The A6 is designed to take advantage of diversity infrastructure equipment like Troll’s DMR8000 receivers. These receivers feature passive “loop through” so they can be daisy-chained together to receive multiple RF signal sources on different channels simultaneously. This feature makes it possible to support multiple aircraft and ground vehicles with a single diversity antenna. DMR receivers also incorporate Maximal Ratio Combining and packet switching to “knit together” signals from different antenna panels and different antenna sites to provide cohesive 360°coverage over wide operational areas.

  • 1.4 to 7.1GHz – single to tri-band converted to UHF
  • Compact – lightweight
  • Internal BDCs and filters as required
  • Multiple pipe mounting option
  • Up to 15dBi gain in any one direction
  • Lower installation costs
  • Provide 360° reception on up to three frequency bands simultaneously
ANTENNA CHARACTERISTICS L1 – Band L2 – Band S – Band C1 – Band C2 – Band
FREQUENCY RANGE 0.9 – 1.35 GHz 1.4 – 1.9 GHz 2.0 – 2.5 GHz 4.4 – 5.9 GHz 6.0 – 6.9 GHz
Gain (mid-band) 11 dBi 12 dBi 13 dBi 14 dBi 15 dBi
Beamwidth AZ/EL: 65°AZ / 35°EL 63°AZ / 33°EL 60°AZ / 30°EL 63°AZ / 24°EL 60°AZ / 12°EL
Polarization: Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical Vertical

HPBW (Half Power Beam Width)
Linear polarization can be horizontal or vertical. Circular polarization can be right or left hand polarized.
Specifications subject to change without notice.