A Division of TV TOWER, INC.
Phone: 1-954-850-1016 FAX 1-954-370-3600
Don't let interference Limit your Range.
Our Custom-Made, Low Noise SuperFilter/LNA Systems Remove Interference.
Call for details.
PMI-2732WGF: 2 to 2.5 GHz Grid Antenna
1990-2110 Mhz: Beamwidth: ~12.8 degrees, Gain: ~ +22 dbi, f/b ratio (min): 22 db
2200-2350 Mhz: Beamwidth: ~11.9 degrees, Gain: ~ +23 dbi, f/b ratio (min): 22 db
2450-2500 Mhz, Beamwidth: ~10.7 degrees, Gain: ~ +24 dbi, f/b ratio (min): 22 db
Gain ratings based on winds less than 80 Mph. Typical wind survival: 125 mph
50 Watts RMS Transmitter Power Handling Capability, ~1.2:1 VSWR
Mounting: 0.75” to 2.0” dia. pole
Wind load ~1.2 sq ft
Coating: Baked Epoxy Fiber
Hardware: Stainless Steel
Polarization: Linear: Vertical or Horizontal, depending on mounting.
Weatherproof Your RF Connectors
Water (and ice) can damage your system, and you may gradually (or
suddenly) lose range, along with your LNA or antenna connector.
Water will find its way into connectors and feed lines by capillary
action between the jacket (outer cover) and the braid, or copper underneath.
Water travels into and through connectors, antenna feeds, and electronics. Moisture in lines is the chief cause of poor range and noisy
For antenna pigtails and other "flying" connections, completely
seal the connection and at least 1” past the connector.
Be sure to clamp the line to the mast.
Don't let it flap in the breeze, or have the weight of ice pull the wire
from the connector! On bulkhead connectors, such as found on our LNAS, use
“Coax Seal” starting 1" ahead of the connector, right up to, and
including the case.
prevent weather damage, ENG range problems, and expensive tower service.
Steerable antennas should have
a strap connected from the antenna mast or mount, to the point where the rotor
is mounted, ie: across the rotor.
prevents lightning from taking out your rotor (especially bearings), control
circuits, and LNA.
All grounds must
run at no greater than a 45 degree angle to vertical.
Scrape paint away from the LNA box and the mounting surface on the tower,
so that the bolts will make a good ground (both R.F. and D.C.). Don't rely on a
tower platform for a ground.
tower work is done, you may lose your ground.
If you must mount your LNA on a platform, ground your LNA to the
platform, then ground the platform to a tower leg, using heavy braid or
Keep in mind that the grounds you provide must handle thousands of
amps for a direct lightning strike
10 wire is out of the question!