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  • Allgon Antenna SystemsNMT 900, ETACS 900, GSM 900, DCS 1800, UMTS 2100

    www.allgon.com

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    Whats Inside

    We also have a wide range of 800 and 1900MHz antennas. For more information, see ourwebsite at www.allgon.com.

    Digital pattern information for 900 and 1800MHz antennas can be obtained fromwww.allgon.com.

    Allgon 2100 MHz Dual Polarized Antennas,including 1800-2100 MHz Dualband UMTSAntennas and Filters (UX, UXC)Overview Page 5Quick Reference Guide Page 665 Degree Beamwidth, Singleband Page 765 Degree Beamwidth, Dualband Page 91800 / 2100 MHz Dualband Filter Page 101800 MHz Rejection Filter Page 11900 / 1800 / 2100 MHz Triple band Filter Page 12

    Allgon Broadband Antennas (UXM)Overview Page 13Quick Reference Guide Page 1465 Degree Beamwidth Page 1590 Degree Beamwidth Page 17

    Allgon 1800 MHz Dual Polarized Antennas(XM)Overview Page 19Quick Reference Guide Page 2065 Degree Beamwidth Page 21

    Allgon 900 MHz Dual Polarized Antennas(XU)Overview Page 23Quick Reference Guide Page 2465 Degree Beamwidth Page 25

    Allgon 900 MHz Urban Panel Antennas (U)Overview Page 27Quick Reference Guide Page 2865 Degree Beamwidth Page 2990 Degree Beamwidth Page 31

    Allgon Omnidirectional Antennas (O)Overview Page 32Quick Reference Guide Page 33900 MHz Omni Page 34900 MHz Electrical Downtilt Inverted Mount Page 34

    Allgon Indoor Antennas (ALIC)Overview Page 35Quick Reference Guide Page 36Multi-Band Indoor Omni Page 37

    Allgon 2G Dualband Solution (ALVC, DXC)Overview Page 39Quick Reference Guide Page 4065 Degree Beamwidth Page 41900 / 1800 MHz Dual Band Filter Page 44

    Antenna Beamtilt Page 45

    Testing Procedures Page 47

    Mounting Brackets Page 48

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    A l l g o n U M T S S i t e S o l u t i o n s

    Optimized Radio Performance- Dualband GSM 900/1800 Filter- Dual pol, dualband antenna- Separate UMTS antennas with MET- Rejection Filter

    Feeder Savings- Tripleband filter- Separate antennas for optimized radio performance- Rejection Filter

    Co-siting Benefits- Dual pol, dualband GSM 1800/UMTS antenna

    - Rejection filter

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    Features

    Optimum system performance Top value at lowest total cost over time Evolved from well-proven leading-edge technologyDiscreet, slim, aesthetically pleasing design Optional Manual adjustable Electrical Tilt (MET) fortuning flexibility Can be upgraded to remote controlled RETfunctionality starting in 2002

    Design Philosophy

    Quality Materials

    The Allgon singleband, dual polarized UMTS antenna with itsultra-slim design and sophisticated electrical performanceensures maximum efficiency, as well as a stable pattern overthe entire frequency range. This design relies on leading-edgepatch technology fed via a micro strip PCB network. The slant+ 45 dual polarization system provides the independent fadingsignals needed for achieving top-quality coverage via diversityconcepts.

    The optional Manual adjustable Electrical Tilt (MET) module is basedon a patented sliding dielectric that minimizes intermodulationdistortion and maximizes efficiency. The MET allows you to field-adjust the electrical tilt from 0 - VBW for optimum roll-off effect.

    Proper use of materials and their structure ensuresperformance integrity. In antennas the electrical performanceis directly related to mechanical performance. The choice ofradome material is crucial since it acts as a window betweenthe radiating elements and the coverage area. Our UVstabilized PVC radome is resistant to moisture absorption.Furthermore, our radomes can withstand mechanical stress-es, even at low temperatures and long exposure to UVradiation. For corrosion inhibition, we use aircraft quality alu-minum alloy that is inherently resistant to corrosion caused bythe environment.

    Performance

    Allgon antenna mounts have been carefully designedand tested to ensure a fast and problem-freeinstallation. The mounts are pre-mounted or co-packedwith the antenna and ready for mounting directly to apole, outside diameter 1.0 - 5.0 (25-125 mm). Theycan be mounted vertically or tilted, see tilt rangespecified in each antenna specification. For more infor-mation, please see pages 48 - 50.

    Brackets

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    Allgon prides itself on stringent testing requirementswith conservative, yet realistic claims of the perfor-mance of our product offering. For more informationon testing procedures, see page 47. Our front-to-back ratios are specified for +/- 20 from 180 (worstcase) to 0.

    Testing

    7/16 DIN Connector

    Connectors

    The Allgon UMTS panel antennas have verifiedvertical pattern performance on 100% of theantennas. Given the narrow mechanical width anddepth of the product, the offerings are unmatched inFront-to-Back Ratio for all opening angles. TheUMTS panel antenna has consistent reliable perfor-mance from frequency to frequency and product toproduct.

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    65 Degree Dualband GSM 1800/2100Antenna with MET

    Gain Part Number Description Page17.5 / 18

    dBi 7540.00 UXC-1800/2100-65-17.5/18i-A/A-D 9

    65 Degree 2100 MHz DualPolarized Antenna with Manualadjustable Electrical Tilt (MET)

    Gain Part Number Description Page15.5 dBi 7521.00 UX-2100-65-15.5i-A-D 8

    15.5 dBi 7520.00 UX-2100-65-18i-A-D 8

    65 Degree 2100 MHz DualPolarized Panel Antenna

    Gain Part Number Description Page

    15.5 dBi

    18 dBi

    7500.00 UX-2100-65-15.5i-0-D 77500.02 UX-2100-65-15.5i-2-D 77500.06 UX-2100-65-15.5i-6-D 7

    UMTS Filters

    Part Number Description Page9281.01 Dualband Filter 109283.01 Rejection Filter 119282.01 Triple band Filter 12

    7501.00 UX-2100-65-18i-0-D 77501.02 UX-2100-65-18i-2-D 77501.06 UX-2100-65-18i-6-D 7

    2100 MHzDual

    PolarizedAntenna

    U X - 2 1 0 0 - 6 5 - 1 8 i - 0 / A - D7/16 DINConnector

    Description Detail:

    UMTS Dual PolarizedFamily

    FrequencyBand

    HorizontalBeamwidth

    ElectricalDowntiltAngleor A for METGain

    in dBi

    Antennas may be ordered using part number or description.

    Please contact Allgon for the latest updatesregarding product availability.

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    Mechanical Specifications

    ConnectorHeightWidthDepthAntenna WeightWeight including tilt bracketsSurvival wind speedMaximum wind areaFrontal wind load @150 km/h

    All metallic components DC grounded for Lightning Protection

    Pole mount and downtilt bracket to be pre-mounted and/or co-packedTilt Range

    CommentsGain is typical within frequency band.Front-to-back ratio is defined within 20 from the backwards direction in any plane.Sidelobe suppression and null fill is relative to peak of main beam.Frontal windload is calculated assuming the shape factor C=1Radome color is NCS 2502-B (RAL 7035)(gray).

    7/16 DIN bottom697 mm (27.4) 167 mm (6.6)58 mm (2.3)

    2.5 kg6.1 kg

    70 m/s (156 mph)0.12 sq.m

    119 N

    -1.5 to +35

    7/16 DIN bottom1297 mm (51)167 mm (6.6)58 mm (2.3)

    4.1 kg7.7 kg

    70 m/s (156 mph)0.22 sq.m

    221 N

    -1 to +17

    For a complete list of released models pertaining

    to gain, electrical downtilt and connector placement,

    please see the quick reference guide on page 6.

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    Typical Horizontal and Vertical 7500.02 Patterns Typical Horizontal and Vertical 7501.02 Patterns

    Electrical Specifications 7500(UX-2100-65-15.5i)

    7501(UX-2100-65-18i)

    Frequency Range (MHz)GainPolarizationVSWR, 50 (1920-1980; 2110-2170 MHz)VSWR, 50 (1900-1920; 2010-2025 MHz)Horizontal 3dB beamwidthVertical 3dB beamwidthCustom electrical downtiltsCo-pol 40 degree cone Front-to-back-ratio40 degree cone Front-to-back ratio, total powerSuppression of first upper side lobe (0 ET)First lower null fillMaximum CW input powerIM, any order in UL-band

    1900 - 217015.5 dBi (13.5 dBd)linear, dual slant 45

    25 dB>20 dB>-22 dB800W

    22 dB>-20 dB800W

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    Electrical Specifications 7521(UX-2100-65-15.5i-A)

    7520(UX-2100-65-18i-A)

    Frequency Range (MHz)GainPolarizationVSWR, 50 (1920-1980; 2110-2170 MHz)VSWR, 50 (1900-1920; 2010-2025 M

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