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VSAT DRO Integrated LNB
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OMT, Filter and LNB combined

  • Dual Oscillator
  • Full band 10.7 - 12.75 GHz
  • Includes high performance OMT
  • Includes Transmit Reject Filter
  • Noise and gain optimised LNB, OMT and filter
  • 22KHz tone

OMT, Filter and LNB combined

  • Dual Oscillator
  • Full band 10.7 - 12.75 GHz
  • Includes high performance OMT
  • Includes Transmit Reject Filter
  • Noise and gain optimised LNB, OMT and filter
  • 22KHz tone

Specifications

Input Frequency Low Band: 10.7 - 11.7 GHz
High Band: 11.7 - 12.75 GHz
Output Frequency Low Band: 950 - 1950 MHz
High Band: 1100 - 2150 MHz
LO Freq. Low LO: 9.75 GHz
High LO: 10.6 GHz
High/low band Control 22 KHz
Noise Figure 0.7dB typical
Max Tx Power 10 Watt
Gain 57 - 70dB
Local Oscillator Phase Noise (typical) 1KHz: -80 dBc/Hz
10KHz: -100 dBc/Hz
100KHz: -115 DbC/hZ
Local Oscillator Stability Initial Setting: +/-100 KHz
20°C +/-5°C: +/-500 KHz typical
-30°C to +60°C: +/-1MHz typical
-40°C to +70°C: +/-1.25 MHz typical
OMT Transmit to Receive Isolation, all ports terminated 10.7 - 14.5GHz: 35 dB
OMT Transmit XPD, all ports terminated 13.75 - 14.5 GHz
Rejection to transmit signal at F-type from rectangular flange input 140 dB typical
Image Rejection 120 dB typical
Maximum transmit power at rectangular flange input 13.75 - 14.5GHz: 10 Watt
Two tone o/p IP3 >15 dBm
Output Connector F type
Return Loss at 75Ω >10dB
Operating Temperature Range -40°C to +70°C
Storage Temperature Range -40°C to +70°C
PSU (applied to F-type) 8-21V
Current Consumption 110mA typical
WaterLock - Protect your equipment from water intrusion
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Waterlocks

Protect your equipment with our re-usable WaterLock.  

The soft silicon rubber forms around the coax connector keeping it clean and dry.  If you need to take it off, just un-snap it and it comes off clean and ready to be re-used.

Fit's nicely on most LNBFs and other connectors.  Get it from your DMS International reseller.

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