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0.6 m | 2 ft ValuLine High Performance Low Profile Antenna, singlepolarized, 7.1258.

500 GHz

VHLP2-7W
CHARACTERISTICS
General Specifications
Antenna Type VHLP ValuLine High Performance Low Profile Antenna, singlepolarized Diameter, nominal 0.6 m | 2 ft Polarization Single

Electrical Specifications
Beamwidth, Horizontal 4.7 Beamwidth, Vertical 4.7 Cross Polarization Discrimination (XPD) 32 dB Electrical Compliance ETSI 302 217 Class 3 FronttoBack Ratio 57 dB Gain, Low Band 29.5 dBi Gain, Mid Band 30.7 dBi Gain, Top Band 31.9 dBi Operating Frequency Band 7.125 8.500 GHz Radiation Pattern Envelope Reference (RPE) 7075A Return Loss 17.7 dB VSWR 1.30

Mechanical Specifications
Fine Azimuth Adjustment 10 Fine Elevation Adjustment 25 Mounting Pipe Diameter 48 mm115 mm | 1.9 in4.5 in Net Weight 14 kg | 31 lb Side Struts, Included 0

Product Specifications
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Side Struts, Optional 0 Wind Velocity Operational 110 km/h | 68 mph Wind Velocity Survival Rating 250 km/h | 155 mph

Wind Forces At Wind Velocity Survival Rating


Axial Force (FA) 1066 N | 240 lbf Side Force (FS) 496 N | 112 lbf Twisting Moment (MT) 382 Nm Weight with 1/2 in (12 mm) Radial Ice 25 kg | 54 lb Zcg with 1/2 in (12 mm) Radial Ice 178 mm | 7 in Zcg without Ice 125 mm | 5 in

Product Specifications
VHLP2-7W
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Wind Forces At Wind Velocity Survival Rating Image

Product Specifications
VHLP2-7W
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Antenna Dimensions And Mounting Information * Footnotes


Axial Force (FA) Maximum forces exerted on a supporting structure as a result of wind from the most critical direction for this parameter. The individual maximums specified may not occur simultaneously. All forces are referenced to the mounting pipe. Cross Polarization Discrimination (XPD) The difference between the peak of the copolarized main beam and the maximum crosspolarized signal over an angle twice the 3 dB beamwidth of the copolarized main beam. FronttoBack Ratio Denotes highest radiation relative to the main beam, at 180 40, across the band. Production antennas do not exceed rated values by more than 2 dB unless stated otherwise. Gain, Mid Band For a given frequency band, gain is primarily a function of antenna size. The gain of Andrew antennas is determined by either gain by comparison or by computer integration of the measured antenna patterns. Operating Frequency Band Bands correspond with CCIR recommendations or common allocations used

Product Specifications
VHLP2-7W
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throughout the world. Other ranges can be accommodated on special order. Radiation Pattern Envelope Reference (RPE) Radiation patterns determine an antennas ability to discriminate against unwanted signals under conditions of radio congestion. Radiation patterns are dependent on antenna series, size, and frequency. Return Loss The figure that indicates the proportion of radio waves incident upon the antenna that are rejected as a ratio of those that are accepted. Side Force (FS) Maximum side force exerted on the mounting pipe as a result of wind from the most critical direction for this parameter. The individual maximums specified may not occur simultaneously. All forces are referenced to the mounting pipe. Twisting Moment (MT) Maximum forces exerted on a supporting structure as a result of wind from the most critical direction for this parameter. The individual maximums specified may not occur simultaneously. All forces are referenced to the mounting pipe. VSWR Maximum is the guaranteed Peak VoltageStandingWaveRatio within the operating band. Wind Velocity Operational The wind speed where the antenna deflection is equal to or less than 0.1 degrees. In the case of ValuLine antennas, it is defined as a maximum deflection of 0.3 x the 3 dB beam width of the antenna. Wind Velocity Survival Rating The maximum wind speed the antenna, including mounts and radomes, where applicable, will withstand without permanent deformation. Realignment may be required. This wind speed is applicable to antenna with the specified amount of radial ice.

Product Specifications
VHLP2-7W
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Product Specifications

VHLP4-15

1.2

CHARACTERISTICS

General Specifications

Antenna Type

Diameter, nominal

Polarization

Electrical Specifications

Beamwidth, Horizontal

Beamwidth, Vertical

Cross Polarization Discrimination (XPD)

Electrical Compliance

Front-to-Back Ratio

Gain, Low Band

Gain, Mid Band

Gain, Top Band

Operating Frequency Band

Radiation Pattern Envelope Reference (RPE) 7055A

Return Loss

VSWR

Mechanical Specifications

Fine Azimuth Adjustment

Fine Elevation Adjustment

Mounting Pipe Diameter

Net Weight

Side Struts, Included

VHLP

1.2 m | 4 ft

Single

1.2

1.2

30 dB

Brazil Anatel Class 2 | Canada SRSP 314.5 Part A | ETSI 302 217 Class 3

71 dB

42.7 dBi

42.9 dBi

43.1 dBi

14.250 15.350 GHz

17.7 dB

1.30

12

15

115 mm | 4.5 in

46 kg | 101 lb

1 inboard

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Product Specifications

VHLP4-15

Side Struts, Optional

Wind Velocity Operational

Wind Velocity Survival Rating

Wind Forces At Wind Velocity Survival Rating

Axial Force (FA)

Side Force (FS)

Twisting Moment (MT)

Weight with 1/2 in (12 mm) Radial Ice

Zcg with 1/2 in (12 mm) Radial Ice

Zcg without Ice

1 inboard

110 km/h | 68 mph

250 km/h | 155 mph

3163 N | 711 lbf

1567 N | 352 lbf

1570 Nm

115 kg | 254 lb

251 mm | 10 in

178 mm | 7 in

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Product Specifications

VHLP4-15

Wind Forces At Wind Velocity Survival Rating Image

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Product Specifications

VHLP4-15

Antenna Dimensions And Mounting Information

* Footnotes

Axial Force (FA)

Cross Polarization Discrimination (XPD)

Front-to-Back Ratio

Gain, Mid Band

Operating Frequency Band

Maximum forces exerted on a supporting structure as a result of wind from the most critical direction for this parameter. The individual maximums specified may not occur simultaneously. All forces are referenced to the mounting pipe.

The difference between the peak of the co-polarized main beam and the maximum cross-polarized signal over an angle twice the 3 dB beamwidth of the co-polarized main beam.

Denotes highest radiation relative to the main beam, at 180 40, across the band. Production antennas do not exceed rated values by more than 2 dB unless stated otherwise.

For a given frequency band, gain is primarily a function of antenna size. The gain of Andrew antennas is determined by either gain by comparison or by computer integration of the measured antenna patterns.

Bands correspond with CCIR recommendations or common allocations used

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Product Specifications

VHLP4-15

Radiation Pattern Envelope Reference (RPE) Radiation patterns determine an antennas ability to discri minate against unwanted signals under conditions of radio congestion. Radiation patterns are dependent on antenna series, size, and frequency.

Return Loss

Side Force (FS)

throughout the world. Other ranges can be accommodated on special order.

Twisting Moment (MT)

VSWR

Wind Velocity Operational

Wind Velocity Survival Rating

The figure that indicates the proportion of radio waves incident upon the antenna that are rejected as a ratio of those that are accepted.

Maximum side force exerted on the mounting pipe as a result of wind from the most critical direction for this parameter. The individual maximums specified may not occur simultaneously. All forces are referenced to the mounting pipe.

Maximum forces exerted on a supporting structure as a result of wind from the most critical direction for this parameter. The individual maximums specified may not occur simultaneously. All forces are referenced to the mounting pipe.

Maximum is the guaranteed Peak Voltage-Standing-Wave-Ratio within the operating band.

The wind speed where the antenna deflection is equal to or less than 0.1 degrees. In the case of ValuLine antennas, it is defined as a maximum deflection of 0.3 x the 3 dB beam width of the antenna.

The maximum wind speed the antenna, including mounts and radomes, where applicable, will withstand without permanent deformation. Realignment may be required.

0.6 m | 2 ft ValuLine High Performance Low Profile Antenna, single-polarized, 7.1258.500 GHz VHLP2-7W CHARACTERISTICS

General Specifications Antenna Type VHLP - ValuLine High Performance Low Profile Antenna, single-polarized Diameter, nominal 0.6 m | 2 ft Polarization Single

Electrical Specifications Beamwidth, Horizontal 4.7 Beamwidth, Vertical 4.7 Cross Polarization Discrimination (XPD) 32 dB Electrical Compliance ETSI 302 217 Class 3 Front-to-Back Ratio 57 dB

Gain, Low Band 29.5 dBi Gain, Mid Band 30.7 dBi Gain, Top Band 31.9 dBi Operating Frequency Band 7.125 8.500 GHz Radiation Pattern Envelope Reference (RPE) 7075A Return Loss 17.7 dB VSWR 1.30

Mechanical Specifications Fine Azimuth Adjustment 10 Fine Elevation Adjustment 25 Mounting Pipe Diameter 48 mm115 mm | 1.9 in4.5 in Net Weight 14 kg | 31 lb Side Struts, Included 0 Product Specifications 2011 CommScope, Inc. All rights reserved. All trademarks identified by or are registered trademarks or trademarks, respectively, of CommScope.All specifications are subject to change. See www.commscope.com/andrew for the most current information. page 1 of 5 4/30/2011Side Struts, Optional 0 Wind Velocity Operational 110 km/h | 68 mph Wind Velocity Survival Rating 250 km/h | 155 mph

Wind Forces At Wind Velocity Survival Rating Axial Force (FA) 1066 N | 240 lbf

Side Force (FS) 496 N | 112 lbf Twisting Moment (MT) 382 Nm Weight with 1/2 in (12 mm) Radial Ice 25 kg | 54 lb Zcg with 1/2 in (12 mm) Radial Ice 178 mm | 7 in Zcg without Ice 125 mm | 5 in Product Specifications VHLP2-7W 2011 CommScope, Inc. All rights reserved. All trademarks identified by or are registered trademarks or trademarks, respectively, of CommScope.All specifications are subject to change. See www.commscope.com/andrew for the most current information. page 2 of 5 4/30/2011W i n d F o r c e s A t W i n d V e l o c i t y S u r v i v a l R a t i n g I m a g e

Product Specifications VHLP2-7W 2011 CommScope, Inc. All rights reserved. All trademarks identified by or are registered trademarks or trademarks, respectively, of CommScope.All specifications are subject to change. See www.commscope.com/andrew for the most current information. page 3 of 5 4/30/2011A n t e n n a D i m e n s i o n s A n d M o u n t i n g I n f o r m a t i o n

* Footnotes Axial Force (FA) Maximum forces exerted on a supporting structure as a result of wind from the most critical direction for this parameter. The individual maximums

specified may not occur simultaneously. All forces are referenced to the mounting pipe. Cross Polarization Discrimination (XPD) The difference between the peak of the co-polarized main beam and the maximum cross-polarized signal over an angle twice the 3 dB beamwidth of the co-polarized main beam. Front-to-Back Ratio Denotes highest radiation relative to the main beam, at 180 40, across the band. Production antennas do not exceed rated values by more than 2 dB unless stated otherwise. Gain, Mid Band For a given frequency band, gain is primarily a function of antenna size. The gain of Andrew antennas is determined by either gain by comparison or by computer integration of the measured antenna patterns. Operating Frequency Band Bands correspond with CCIR recommendations or common allocations used Product Specifications VHLP2-7W 2011 CommScope, Inc. All rights reserved. All trademarks identified by or are registered trademarks or trademarks, respectively, of CommScope.All specifications are subject to change. See www.commscope.com/andrew for the most current information. page 4 of 5 4/30/2011throughout the world. Other ranges can be accommodated on special order. Radiation Pattern Envelope Reference (RPE) Radiation patterns determine an antennas ability to discri minate against unwanted signals under conditions of radio congestion. Radiation patterns are dependent on antenna series, size, and frequency. Return Loss The figure that indicates the proportion of radio waves incident upon the antenna that are rejected as a ratio of those that are accepted.

Side Force (FS) Maximum side force exerted on the mounting pipe as a result of wind from the most critical direction for this parameter. The individual maximums specified may not occur simultaneously. All forces are referenced to the mounting pipe. Twisting Moment (MT) Maximum forces exerted on a supporting structure as a result of wind from the most critical direction for this parameter. The individual maximums specified may not occur simultaneously. All forces are referenced to the mounting pipe. VSWR Maximum is the guaranteed Peak Voltage-Standing-Wa v e-Ratio within the operating band. Wind Velocity Operational The wind speed where the antenna deflection is equal to or less than 0.1 degrees. In the case of ValuLine antennas, it is defined as a maximum deflection of 0.3 x the 3 dB beam width of the antenna. Wind Velocity Survival Rating The maximum wind speed the antenna, including mounts and radomes, where applicable, will withstand without permanent deformation. Realignment may be required. This wind speed is applicable to antenna with the specified amount of radial ice. Product Specifications VHLP2-7W 2011 CommScope, Inc. All rights reserved. All trademarks identified by or are registered trademarks or trademarks, respectively, of CommScope.All specifications are subject to change. See www.commscope.com/andrew for the most current information. page 5 of 5 4/30/2011

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ValuLine Antennas
ValuLine antennas provide a cost-effective solution for all terrestrial microwave systems operating at frequencies between 7 GHz and 60 GHz. These antennas are available in both single and dual polarized configurations and in sizes from 1 ft (0.3 m) to 6 ft (1.8 m) in diameter.

ValuLine High Performance Low Profile Antennas (VHLP series) To meet increasing demand for low visibility antenna systems, the ValuLine product range now

includes a new range of low profile shielded antennas (VHLP Series) offering excellent electrical performance in an antenna w

minimal environmental impact. Low profile antennas are available in frequencies from 7 GHz to 38 GHz and in sizes from 8 in m) to 4 ft (1.2 m) in diameter.

ValuLineDirect Radio Integration Antennas

CommScope has worked with the world's leading radio houses to develop antennas that can be directly integrated with the o unit. These integrated line of Andrew antennas are available in all frequencies from 7 GHz to 38 GHz and in sizes from 8 in m) to 6 ft (1.8 m) in diameter. These integrated solutions, currently available for over 20 major radio suppliers, provide a significant benefit in overall system cost.

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ValuLine Antennas
ValuLine antennas provide a cost-effective solution for all terrestrial microwave systems operating at frequencies between 7 GHz and 60 GHz. These antennas are available in both single and dual polarized configurations and in sizes from 1 ft (0.3 m) to 6 ft (1.8 m) in diameter.

ValuLine High Performance Low Profile Antennas (VHLP series) To meet increasing demand for low visibility antenna systems, the ValuLine product range now includes a new range of low profile shielded antennas (VHLP Series) offering excellent electrical performance in an antenna with

minimal environmental impact. Low profile antennas are available in frequencies from 7 GHz to 38 GHz and in sizes from 8 in (0. m) to 4 ft (1.2 m) in diameter.

ValuLineDirect Radio Integration Antennas

CommScope has worked with the world's leading radio houses to develop antennas that can be directly integrated with the outdo

unit. These integrated line of Andrew antennas are available in all frequencies from 7 GHz to 38 GHz and in sizes from 8 in (0.2 m) to 6 ft (1.8 m) in diameter. These integrated solutions, currently available for over 20 major radio suppliers, provide a significant benefit in overall system cost.

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