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ANTENNAS DAYTON-GRANGER ANTENNAS aviall ability aviall.com 1216 L10-601-( ) L-band antenna. FAA-TSO-C66c AND MIL-A 25708c APPROVED. The L10-611-( ) L-band series blade antenna was designed with aircraft efficiency in mind. Each antenna is a small, swept back, low profile blade to reduced drag and increase side load capabilities. The antenna is constructed of cast aluminum and is light weight with superior strength. The element is grounded for lightning protection. The L10-601 can be utilized on business, commercial, and military jet aircraft for use with Transponder, DME, ATC, and IFF. These antennas are directly interchangeable with most L-band blade antennas currently in service. Aluminum construction 50 ohms impedance Omni directional radiation pattern Frequency: 960-1220 MHz Vertical polarization VSWR: 1.7:1 @ 960-1220 MHz 1.5:1 @ 1000-1100 MHz Power: 3 kW peak; 100 W average MACH 1.0+ speed rating 175 psi side load Part No. Frequency Connector Color M-Holes Weight Height Vibration Shock Temperature L10-601 960-1220 MHz HN White 6 0.4 lbs. 2.2" 20 g 30 g -55 C to 250 C (0.18 kg) (55.8 mm) L10-601-1* 960-1220 MHz HN Black 6 0.4 lbs. 2.2" 20 g 30 g -55 C to 250 C (0.18 kg) (55.8 mm) L10-601-2* 960-1220 MHz HN Yellow 6 0.4 lbs. 2.2" 20 g 30 g -55 C to 250 C (0.18 kg) (55.8 mm) L10-601-3 960-1220 MHz N White 6 0.4 lbs. 2.2" 20 g 30 g -55 C to 250 C (0.18 kg) (55.8 mm) L10-601-4 960-1220 MHz N Black 6 0.4 lbs. 2.2" 20 g 30 g -55 C to 250 C (0.18 kg) (55.8 mm) L10-601-5 960-1220 MHz N Yellow 6 0.4 lbs. 2.2" 20 g 30 g -55 C to 250 C (0.18 kg) (55.8 mm) * Not TSO'd.

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