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RCA702F Antenna Inside

RCA702F Antenna Inside

RCA702F Antenna Inside

Hi, I'm Luthia, Indonesian
I am doing my internship in PT. Pasifik Satelit Nusantara (PT. PSN) and I got a task to know about inside of RCA702F antenna. I already browsed about that but I didn't find it. I just need what kind of antenna that RCA702F antenna use inside, how is it look like.
Anybody could help me please?

RE: RCA702F Antenna Inside

The correct model number is ANT702F. The 'RCA' appears to be a licensed brand name, but that's just a guess.

There's nothing on the 'net about what's inside, not that either of us can find.

We know that there's a low noise preamplifier because of the power injector.

The antenna might be some sort of broadband monopole printed right on the same PCB as the preamp. Perhaps an F design.

If it's FCC approved, and if you can find the FCC ID number, then you might find 'inside view' images on the FCC site.

RE: RCA702F Antenna Inside

Thank you Sir VE1BLL :)

how about frequency range of ANT702F? I didn't find it in its spesification list.
Anyone know?

RE: RCA702F Antenna Inside

Thank you sir IRstuff :)

So it's about 30 Mhz - 3GHz.

Did you know or ever see what kind of antenna they use? is it logharitmic or arithmatic?
Thanks ...

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