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Tactical Auto-Tracking Antenna UHF to Ku
Ultra-High-Gain Mobile Tracking Antenna Single to Quad-band Configurations

MT-200 and 300 models are tactical tracking antenna systems that have been designed to support forward operations in the harshest environments. The MT's maximize the range and reliability of air-to-ground video and data for manned and unmanned air, ground and sea vehicles. Soldier friendly, Mi - series antennas are easy to operate, automatically locating RF signals and tracking them effortlessly. These systems feature extremely accurate, high-gain antennas that provide exceptional long-range performance up to 170 nmi (195 mi/315 km).

Their modular design makes them easy to deploy, requiring no tools to setup or teardown. Troll's MT's can automate signal tracking using a variety of tracking methodologies, including RF, GPS telemetry or spectrum data. This position information can be used to locate airborne or ground transmission assets and maintain robust RF signal lock.

Automatic Tracking
MT-series antennas incorporate an internal INS for automatic calibration. In the case of  bidirectional systems utilizing a Troll type steerable antenna on board aircraft or other mobile platform the MT's position information, provided by the INS, is transmitted to the remote asset. This data is used to automatically steer the remote antenna to establish the link and enable completely hands-off operation.

  • Provides Extended UAV Range
  • Supports RF, Telemetry and Spectrum Tracking
  • KLV6OI/ROVER/NEMA Data
  • Available in UHF, L, S, C, X and Ku bands
  • Optional built-in INS allows for auto-calibration
  • Ethernet control interface
  • Built to MIL-STD-810
  • Universal Power 110 / 220 VAC or 12 to 36 VDC
  • Optional - Continuous Rotation

Optional Spectrum Tracking

MT antennas provide a state-of-the-art RF tracking system that samples the RF energy at multiple points using "track-on-average" or "peak energy" to continuously point the antenna to the desired frequency emitter. An optional internal spectrum analyzer permits the operator to assess the RF environment by conducting frequency sweeps. Valid waveforms and signals can be distinguished from interference, aiding in the ability to locate clear channels.

Fits in a standard size SUV

Antenna

UHF

UHF

L Band

S Band

C1 Band

C2 Band

C3 Band

Ku Band

Characteristics

300 MHz

900 MHz

1.8 GHz

2.3 GHz

4.4 GHz

5.8 GHz

6.5 GHz

14 GHz

MT-300 Gain

11 dBi

15 dBi

22 dBi

24 dBi

30 dBi

32 dBi

33 dBi

40 dBi

MT-200 Gain

11 dBi

13 dBi

17 dBi

19 dBi

25 dBi

27 dBi

28 dBi

35 dBi

Polarization

Vertical

Vertical

Vertical

Vertical

Vertical

Vertical

Vertical

RHC

Specifications subject to change without notice.

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