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Supplier: U B Corp.
Description: A high power, half wavelength, coaxial dipole assembly encased in a fiberglass radome and mechanically structured for aircraft operation. The dipole is used instead of a monopole to increase horizon coverage and requires no ground plane.
- Polarization Type: Linear, Vertical Linear
- Primary Frequency Range: 8.00E8 to 2.00E9 Hz
- Gain: 2 dB
- VSWR: 1.5 :1
Supplier: R.A. Miller Industries, Inc.
Description: The AS-5071 is designed for use with Glide Slope receivers for reliable performance. The antenna is lightweight and is suitable for mounting either in a radome or externally on the aircraft. The antenna has an â€œNâ€ Female Connector and is finished with a chemical film
- Applications: Aerospace / Military
- Pattern Type: Directional
- Primary Frequency Range: 3.29E8 to 3.36E8 Hz
Description: 3M™ Poyurethane Protective Boots are made of very tough thermoplastic polyurethane elastomer with acrylic adhesive pre-formed to fit many industrial and common aircraft applications (including radomes, wing tips, landing gear, pods, prop spinners, etc.). They provide protection against damage
- Protective Function: Abrasion / Sliding Wear, Erosion, Impact, Specialty / Other
- Industry & Application: Military / Aerospace, Other
- Material: Plastic, Rubber / Elastomer, Urethane / Polyurethane
- Form: Loose Liner / Pre-fabricated
Supplier: EMS Aviation
Description: Diplexer/Low Noise Amplifier (DLNA) provides an RF interface between the avionics and the antenna. An Antenna Control Unit (ACU) steers the antenna using ARINC 741 antenna-pointing vectors received from avionics. Aircraft specific radomes protect the antenna assembly and minimize drag forces.
- Applications: Aerospace / Military
- Meets Military / Aerospace Specifications: Yes
Supplier: ARC Technologies, Inc.
Description: Manufacturing environment. Solutions: Radar Absorbing Structures Composite Structures for Aircraft and Naval Applications Radar Camouflage Units (RCU's) Resin Transfer Molded Parts Radome Structures Materials: Fiberglass Epoxy Quartz Epoxy Quartz PBD (polybutadiene--high temp) Carbon fiber
- Material Type / Grade: EMI / RFI Shielding
Supplier: EM Software & Systems
Description: . with an antenna placed on a large structure, e.g. ship, aircraft, armoured car EMC: analysis of diverse EMC problems including shielding effectiveness of an enclosure, cable coupling analysis in complex environments, e.g. wiring in a car, radiation hazard analysis Bio-electromagnetics: analysisShow More
Supplier: Boeing Company (The)
Description: range/All Weather IFF 300 nmi System Architecture Open Consoles Open Operational ceiling 41,000 ft Range 3,500 nmi Flight Crew 2 Mission Crew 6 to 10 Airborne Warning and Control System Airframe Span 145 ft, 9 in (44.43 m) Airframe Length 152 ft, 11 in (46.62 m) Radome Height 41 ft, 9Show More
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Cobham Antennas Systems
Ground to Air Control Multi-Sector Antennas
Cobham Antenna Systems, Microwave Antennas, is a British manufacturer of high technology antennas used in defence, security, satellite and commercial environments worldwide. The company undertakes specialist development programmes on behalf of their customers, and will customise existing designs if required. The benefits of this type of antenna is that gain can be provided everywhere, including overhead and customer's electronics can be installed inside radome to save space. With low MTBF... (read more)
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General Plastics Manufacturing Co.
Performance Core Series LAST-A-FOAM ® FR-3700
LAST-A-FOAM® FR-3700 is a CFC-free, rigid, closed-cell, flame-retardant polyurethane foam that exhibits a high strength-to-weight ratio due to its cellular structure and cross-linked resin. Because of its closed-cell structure, this series has great resistance to water absorption, and will not swell, crack, or split on exposure to water. Applications include aircraft interiors (FR-3700 meets BMS8:133 requirements), radioactive materials (RAM) transportation packages, models and design... (read more)
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Dielectric Materials for Use in Radomes
versatile of radome framework configurations. . Polyurethanes are also used as composite materials in aircraft and as protective structures on leading edges of aircraft radomes to protect from erosion damage while ensuring proper signal from the aircraft antenna. Polyurethanes are especially useful
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Past continued airworthiness of lightning protection was provided by non-scheduled maintenance of aircraft protective systems such as lightning diverter strips on an aircraft radome and careful return-to-service procedures including ensuring electrical bond are functional.
Reflectometer measurement approach for radome boresight error and loss contours
The electrical test of aircraft radomes are usually made on an outdoor far field test range, and are both extensive and expensive, often requiring days of effort per radome.
Handbook of Antenna Design, Vol. 2
12 MOOREFIELD, S. A., and ROGERS, T. R.: 'The development of a lightweight advanced aircraft radome '.
Advances in Manufacturing and Materials Engineering
A Comparative Study of an Aircraft Radome Closed Mold through Vacuum Infusion .
The Lightning Protection Tests for the Radome in Y7-200A Aircraft of China
The Y7-200A aircraft radome with the diverters has been tested and optimized against the lightning destruction with these facilities.
New Trends in Mechatronics and Materials Engineering
*corresponding author Keywords: Sandwich Composite Structure, Aircraft Radome , Low Energy Damage, Bird-Strike, Finite Element.
The Damage of Sandwich Composite Structure of Aircraft Radome under Debris-Strike
• The Damage of Sandwich Composite Structure of Aircraft Radome under Debris-Strike p.515 .
A Comparative Study of an Aircraft Radome Closed Mold through Vacuum Infusion Technique
• A Comparative Study of an Aircraft Radome Closed Mold through Vacuum Infusion Technique p.690 .