Cellular Sector Antenna 3G 4G 1850-1990Mhz 1900 17dBi 90deg Scala AP17-1900/090D
Purchased lot in year 2000. All good tested good years ago, Sold all the rest to cariers in latin America. I have 5 complete and 1 the radome removed. Partial mounting kit included but a buyer can get U-bolts aluminum or steel bars and channel stock to complete as needed. Below is factory info you can find by inputting the model number on google. These antennas were costing $1600 new.
Kathrein-Scala vertically polarized panels are part of a series of antenna products for PCS, PCN, and other applications in the 1850-1990 MHz band, featuring: • Patented manufacturing techniques with materials selected for long life and reliability in space diversity systems. • Superior electrical performance, with low VSWR, wide bandwidth, flat frequency response, and extremely low intermodulation products. • An extremely low profile design provides minimal visual impact. • High strength pultruded fiberglass radomes. • Downtilt options
Specifications: Frequency range 1850-1990 MHz
Gain 17.5 dBi (0° or 2° electrical downtilt) 17 dBi (6° electrical downtilt)
Impedance 50 ohms VSWR < 1.3:1
Intermodulation (2x20w) IM3: -150 dBc
Polarization Vertical Front-to-back ratio >23 dB
Maximum input power 200 watts (at 50°C)
H-plane beamwidth 90 degrees (half-power)
E-plane beamwidth 5.5 degrees (half-power)
Electrical downtilt 0, 2 or 6 degrees
Connector 7/16 DIN female
Weight 11.7 lb (5.3 kg)
Dimensions 64.1 x 6.1 x 2.25 inches (1628 x 155 x 57 mm)
Equivalent flat plate area 3.53 ft2 (0.328 m2)
Wind survival rating* 120 mph (200 kph)
Shipping dimensions 78 x 8 x 6 inches (1981 x 203 x 152 mm)
Shipping weight 18 lb (8.2 kg)
Mounting Fixed and tilt-mount options are available for 1.2 to 5.3 inch (30 to 135 mm) OD masts.
Panel without electrical downtilt can be inverted.
See reverse for order information. *Mechanical design is based on environmental conditions as stipulated in EIA-222-F (June 1996) and/or ETS 300 019-1-4 which include the static mechanical load imposed on an antenna by wind at maximum velocity. See the Engineering Section of the catalog for further details.