[Canberrauav] 900 MHZ radio antennas
christopher.d.gough at gmail.com
Mon Dec 5 10:17:39 EST 2011
Nice find! I just asked them to set two aside for me, I'll pick them
up tomorrow ($10 each)! If they are unsuitable they will make OK
With 7 degree vertical beamwidth, the Remote Electrical Tilt (RET)
might actually be needed. The horisontal beamwidth looks a lot wider,
maybe 40 degreesfrom the polar chart, so manual panning should be OK.
The RET is controlled via the ASIG protocol (http://www.aisg.org.uk/),
which is layered over RS485. Does anyone know of a cheap "interfacing
unit"solution? I coudn't find a python ASIG library, what's the world
On Mon, Dec 5, 2011 at 6:08 AM, Moss, Andrew <Andrew.Moss at ed.act.edu.au> wrote:
> Hi there,
> It sounds like the radio testing and development is going really well.
> I was at Revolve (now Tiny's) yesterday. They have some X CSIRO 900MHZ
> antennas made by Argus Antennas. Here is the specs for them.
> It looks like they have internal pan and tilt. They are about a metre tall
> and look very expensive, although we could get them for a song at Tiny's.
> They have about 9 of them.
> Can one of the antennas experts have a look at the spec sheet to see how
> useful they may for the project If they fit the bill, I can pick them up.
> See you,
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