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ANACOM,INC.

AnaSat® SSPA Series

Operating Manual

Ku-Band

SEKu-Band

EC-Band

SEC-Band

You have just received an AnaSat® SSPA(Solid-StatePower Amplifier), acost-effective product with no compromise onquality andreliability. This product should provide tireless performance in any reasonable operating environment. Note that this product is transmit only, and does not include a BlockDown-Converter,which will have to be obtained separately.

We, at ANACOM, have taken great care to provide a convenient, easy-to-useproduct in a single package. Should a situation arise beyond the operator’s control, just give us a telephone call. Many situations can be diagnosed and solved by ANACOM’s trainedcustomer-servicepersonnel over the phone.

If you have any questions, require technical assistance or training please call ANACOM directly at (408) 748-7800or FAX to us at (408)748-7801.You can also sende-mailto techsupport@anacominc.com and one of our engineers will contact you.

ANACOM,INC.

3000 Tasman Drive

Santa Clara, CA 95054

Tel: (408) 748-7800

Fax: (408) 748-7801

©2006 AnaCom, Inc. All rights reserved. The information furnished by AnaCom, Incorporated, in this publication is believed to be accurate and reliable. However, no responsibility is assumed by AnaCom for its use, nor any infringements of patents or other rights of third parties resulting from its use. No license is granted by implication or otherwise under any patent or patent right of AnaCom, Inc. AnaCom reserves the right to change circuitry and specifications at any time without prior notice.

The following terms are trademarks of their respective holders: AnaSat, AnaCom, Inc.

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ANACOM AnaSat® SSPA

3000 Tasman Drive, Santa Clara, CA 95054

Tel: (408) 748 7800 Fax: (408) 748 7801

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Operating Manual

for the

AnaSat®-SeriesSSPA

Table of Contents

 

Table of Contents.................................................................................................................

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Introduction..........................................................................................................................

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Typical Operating Parameters – AnaSat SSPAs......................................................................

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Installation............................................................................................................................

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Unpacking................................................................................................................................

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Tools and Test Equipment.....................................................................................

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Safety Precautions....................................................................................................................

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General..................................................................................................................

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Power Supply.........................................................................................................

8

Transmitter.............................................................................................................

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Power Amplifier......................................................................................................

9

Site Considerations ..................................................................................................................

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Antenna .................................................................................................................

9

Power Requirements .............................................................................................

9

SSPA Mounting Considerations ............................................................................................

10

SSPA Mounting .....................................................................................................................

10

Grounding............................................................................................................

10

Cable and Waveguide Connections ...................................................................................

14

Cabling Requirements .........................................................................................

14

AC Power.............................................................................................................

14

Transmitter Feed .................................................................................................

15

Driver Feed..........................................................................................................

15

Final Check..........................................................................................................

16

Water Resistance Wrap.......................................................................................

16

Operation............................................................................................................................

17

Frequency Programming .....................................................................................

17

Antenna Adjustment ............................................................................................

17

Transmit Power Adjustment.................................................................................

17

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Maintenance .......................................................................................................................

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Fan Replacement....................................................................................................................

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Alarm Relay Closure..........................................................................................................

19

Monitored Values.................................................................................................

19

Data Terminal Connection.................................................................................................

19

Terminal Display ..................................................................................................

19

RS232 Serial Port Weather-tight Connector......................................................................

20

RS485/RS232 Selection ......................................................................................

21

Emissions and Immunity Regulation Conformance ..........................................................

22

Standards Met: ....................................................................................................

22

LIMITED WARRANTY ...................................................................................................

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AnaAat® SSPA Quick Start Guide

1.Mount the SSPA on the antenna.

2.Connect the cables for RF input, and RF output (waveguide).

3.If needed, connect the M&C or PA MONITOR to the driver or Protection Switch.

4.Connect AC power, nominal 120 or 240 VAC.

There are no settings that need adjustment.

The SSPA is factory set for a gain equal to the P1dB value.

For monitoring the performance of the SSPA, there are two methods

1.Connect a computer to the RS232 port using the cable provided, and the Supervisor software. Now you can see a status of the SSPA digital and analog monitored points. The gain is fixed and cannot be changed. You can MUTE the SSPA with the command TX OFF/ON.

2.Connect a cable (user provided) to the PA MONITOR connector. This will provide:

A.Pin 1 is used to MUTE the SSPA by grounding this pin.

B.Pin 2 is used to show a summary fault in the SSPA (0 volts). 5 volts is normal.

C.Pin 3 is used to show an analog voltage that changes as output power changes.

D.Pin 4 is used to show the SSPA internal temperature in analog form.

E.Pin 5 is not used.

F.Pin 6 is ground.

Drawing of required cable connections

Monitor

DO NOT OPEN

"Alarm" RED LED

RF INPUT

 

Pressure Test port

 

Serial ports & Alarm Relay

analog

"OK" Green LED

 

 

points

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ALARM

POWER

 

 

 

6

6

 

18

 

 

PIN

PIN

 

PIN

 

PA MONITOR

RS232

TXIN

M & C

100~250VAC

 

 

 

Ground Lug

 

 

 

 

 

Serial Port

 

 

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Introduction

The AnaSat® VSAT series of SSPAs are designed for continuous outdoor duty in all types of environments. Ideally suited for SCPC, MCPC, DAMA, and VoIP applications. Designed to interface with a 0 dBm driver, the AnaSat® VSAT SSPA may be used in a wide variety of communication networks.

The C-bandmembers of the AnaSat® SSPA family transmit in the 6 GHz frequency range. TheKu-bandmembers of the SSPA® SSPA family transmit in the 14 GHz frequency.

The AnaSat® VSAT SSPAs incorporate asolid-statepower amplifier, M&C function, and a universal power supply, all in a small, highly integrated outdoor package. The only cabling required to the indoor plant are the RF and AC power cables.

The Power Amplifier (PA) uses Internally-MatchedField-EffectTransistors (IMFET) to achieve highly linear power and gain with minimal intermodulation distortion (IMD) products.

AnaSat® SSPAs use a wide input voltage (100 to 240VAC, 47 to 63Hz) switching power supply to develop the +13V used as the internal power source for the Power amplifier. An internal circuit senses the input voltage range being used and automatically switches to the appropriate mode. The AC input is connected via a4-pincircular connector.

Shown in Figure 1 below is a 125W Ku-BandAnaSat® SSPA.

Figure 1 – AnaSat SSPA

Figure 1 - 125 Watt Ku-BandSSPA

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Typical Operating Parameters – AnaSat SSPAs

EC/SEC-Band

 

 

 

 

Ku/SEKu-Band

 

 

 

1 dB Compression Point

10W: 40 dBm

40 dB

TX Gain

 

 

1 dB Compression Point

8W: 39 dBm

39 dB

TX Gain

 

 

20W: 43 dBm

43 dB

 

 

 

 

16W: 42 dBm

42 dB

 

 

 

30W: 44.8 dBm

44.8 dB

 

 

20W: 43 dBm

43 dB

 

40W: 46 dBm

46 dB

 

 

23W: 43.6 dBm

43.6 dB

 

50W: 47 dBm

47 dB

 

 

25W: 44 dBm

44 dB

 

60W: 47.8 dBm

47.8 dB

 

 

40W: 46 dBm

46 dB

 

70W: 48.5 dBm

48.5 dB

 

 

50W: 47 dBm

47 dB

 

80W: 49 dBm

49 dB

 

 

60W: 49 dBm

49 dB

 

100W: 50 dBm

50 dB

 

 

80W: 49.75 dBm

49.75 dB

 

125W: 51 dBm

51 dB

 

 

100W: 50 dBm

50 dB

 

150W: 51.8 dBm

51.8 dB

 

 

125W: 51 dBm

51 dB

 

180W: 52.6 dBm

52.6 dB

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

200W: 53 dBm

53 dB

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TX Level Flatness

6dBp-pmax / 500 MHz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TX Input

N-TypeConnector

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TX Input RF Impedance

50 Ω (75Ω is optional)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TX Input Level

0 dBm

 

 

 

Transmit RF

 

EC - 5.850 to 6.425 GHz

 

Transmit RF

 

Ku - 14.0 to 14.5 GHz

 

 

SEC - 5.850 to 6.650 GHz

 

 

 

SEKu – 13.75 to 14.5 GHz

CPR-137Flange (Threaded & Grooved): 30W, 50W and higher

 

WR-75Flange (Threaded & Grooved) all power levels

N-TypeConnector:

 

10W, 20W, 40W

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spurious

-50dBc max, + - 500 Hz: - 45 dBc

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alarm Relays

FORM C for Summary Alarm; Isolated

 

 

 

 

 

Temperature Range

-40Cto +50C operational

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-40Cto +75C storage

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Altitude

10,000 feet (3,048 meters) max

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rain

20 inches per hour

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wind

150 miles per hour

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vibration

1.0 g random operational,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2.5 g random survival

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shock

10 g operational, 40 g survival

 

 

 

 

 

 

Power

100 to 250 VAC; 47 to 63 Hz

 

 

Typical Power Consumption / Weight

 

 

Typical Power Consumption / Weight

 

10W:

125VA / 32 lb. (15kg)

70W:

570VA / 57 lb. (27kg)

 

8W: 160VA / 28 lb. (13kg)

40W: 770VA / 67 lb. (31kg)

20W:

230VA / 39 lb. (18kg)

80W:

570VA/ 60 lb. (28kg)

 

16W: 270VA / 37 lb. (17kg)

50W: 800VA / 67 lb. (31kg)

30W:

280VA / 57 lb. (26kg)

100W: 760VA / 75 lb. (34kg)

 

20W: 290VA / 40 lb. (18kg)

60W: 850VA / 67 lb. (31kg)

40W:

390VA / 45 lb. (21kg)

125W: 1070VA / 100 lb. (46kg)

 

23W: 300VA / 40 lb. (18kg)

80W: 1430VA / 125 lb. (57kg)

50W:

390VA / 57 lb. (26kg)

150W: 1070VA / 100 lb. (46kg)

 

25W: 300VA / 40 lb. (18kg))

100W: 1600VA / 125 lb. (57kg)

60W:

400VA / 57 lb. (26kg

180W: 1400VA / 134 lb. (61kg)

 

 

 

125W: 1640VA / 125 lb. (57kg)

 

 

 

200W: 1400VA / 134 lb. (61kg)

 

 

 

 

 

SSPA Size

 

 

 

 

SSPA Size

 

 

 

10W

 

21.6" x 9" x 11.6"

(549 x 229 x 295 mm)

 

 

 

 

 

20W

 

21.6” x 9” x 13.5”

(549 x 229 x 343 mm)

 

8W

21.6" x 9" x 11.6"

(549 x 229 x 295 mm)

40W

 

21.6" x 9" x 14"

(549 x 229 x 356 mm)

 

16W, 20W, 23W, 25W

21.6” x 9” x 13”

(549 x 229 x 330 mm)

30, 50, 60, 70W

21.6" x 9" x 15"

(549 x 229 x 381 mm)

 

40W, 50W, 60W

21.6" x 13" x 13.6" (549 x 330 x 353 mm)

80W

 

21.6" x 9" x 16"

(549 x 229 x 407 mm)

 

80W, 100W, 125W

38” x 13” x 12.5”

(965 x 330 x 318 mm)

100W

 

21.6" x 13" x 14"

(549 x 330 x 356 mm)

 

 

 

 

 

125,150,180,200W

38" x 13" x 12.5"

(965 x 330 x 381 mm)

 

 

 

 

 

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