Antenna Secondary radar (SSR) 1090 MHz
Antenna Secondary surveillance radar (SSR)
Antennas Secondary radar 1090 MHz
Antenna Secondary Radar FLU-SR/Y13
Yagi directional antenna, frequency range 1070-1110 MHz, with open half wave dipole for the reception secondary radar (Secondary surveillance radar SSR, Downlink frequency 1090 MHz, mounting in fro... (FLU-SR/Y13) 138,90 EUR (incl. 19% USt. additional costs of delivery)
Antenna Secondary Radar FLU-SR/Y13-prof
Yagi directional antenna,high performance (industry standard) for secondary radar materials hard aluminum, full material, frequency range 1070-1110 MHz, with open half wave dipole for the recept... (FLU-SR/Y13-prof) 328,70 EUR (incl. 19% USt. additional costs of delivery)
Antenna Secondary Radar FLU-SR/RS1
Ground plane, omnidirectional, antenna for virtual radar/secondary surveillance radar (SSR) downlink 1090 MHz Technical data: omnidirectional antenna, ground plan antenna for the reception of ... (FLU-SR/RS1) 118,70 EUR (incl. 19% USt. additional costs of delivery)
Ground Plane RS/BAZ 108-136-1
Omnidirectional antenna, Ground plane in significant robust implementation (Folded Ground plane 1/4 Lambda). Technical data: Frequency 108-136 MHz, impedance 50 ohms, gain 2,15 dBi, Pmax 1000 W, .... (RS/BAZ 108-136-1) 128,90 EUR (incl. 19% USt. additional costs of delivery)
Aircraft antennas secondary (virtual) radar
Antennas aeronautical aircraft, secondary radar
Aeronautical aircraft antenna yagi beam's and ground plan antenna designed for the reception of secondary radar of civil aircraft, virtual radar. Antenna for the reception of the ADS-B/Mode-S aircraft beacon (Secondary surveillance radar (SSR), Downlink Frequency 1090 MHz), Antennas for virtual Radar.
Secondary surveillance radar (SSR) is a radar system used in air traffic control (ATC), which not only detects and measures the position of aircraft but also requests additional information from the aircraft itself such as its identity and altitude.
Aeronautical radio uses the frequency range from 117,975 to 137 MHz. From the original grid of the radios with a channel spacing of 25 kHz 720 voice channel resulted in this frequency range. The by far higher requirement at channels led meanwhile to the development of radios with a channel spacing of only 8.33 kHz; from it a trebling of the profitable radio links results. Aeronautical radio is always amplitude-modulated. It is executed in the operating mode „intercommunication “, which means that the response on the same frequency been affected as the calling. It can be consignment or received at any one time only in each case either.