RAy 10 – User manual

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RAy Microwave Link

RAy10 User Manual

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10/3/2014
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List of Figures

1. Link Configuration
2.1. Rain zone map, based on Rec.ITU-R PN.837-1
2.2. Specific rain attenuation γR0.01 (dB/km) for H, V polarization and rain zones at 10 GHz
2.3. Fresnel zone
2.4. Design flowchart
3.1. RAy microwave bridge
3.2. RAy microwave bridge – image of the antenna and FOD unit
3.3. RAy microwave bridge – connectors
3.4. Name plate RAy10-xA
3.5. Name plate RAy10-xB
3.6. RAy Tool set
4.1. Link Configuration
4.2. Service Access Configuration
4.3. Link Configuration
5.1. Left-side mounting – horizontal polarization
5.2. Left-side mounting – vertical polarization
5.3. Right-side mounting – horizontal polarization
5.4. Close up image of the mounted bracket showing numbered parts
5.5. Position of the saddle plate for ø 40–80 mm
5.6. Position of the saddle plate for ø 65–115 mm
5.7. Attaching the bracket to the mast tube
5.8. Dish without mounting plate
5.9. Dish with mounting plate
5.10. Hanging the bolt on the holder
5.11. Correct position of the mounting plate
5.12. Tightening the upper bolt to the mounting plate
5.13. Tightening the lower bolt to the mounting plate
5.14. Dish before installing the FOD unit
5.15. Tightening bolts on the FOD unit
5.16. Horizontal adjustment of the antenna direction
5.17. Vertical adjustment of the antenna direction
5.18. Tightening the axis at the fine adjustment bolt
5.19. Tightening the axis at the bracket
5.20. Installation diagram for the Arkivator antenna, 30 and 60 cm
5.21. Installation diagram for the Arkivator antenna, 99 cm
5.22. Arkivator antenna bracket
5.23. Bracket on the mast
5.24. 30 and 60 cm diameter Arkivator antenna
5.25. Installation diagram for the Arkivator antenna, 120 cm
5.26. Grease points on the antenna pivot and FOD unit bush
5.27. Connecting the FOD communication unit
5.28. Example of a correct lead installation.
5.29. Tools for fitting connectors
5.30. IE-PI-RJ45-FH connector before fitting
5.31. Tool for removing insulation
5.32. Insulation removed
5.33. Twisted shielding
5.34. Shielding wrapped around the cable
5.35. Trimming shielding
5.36. Separated pairs of conductors
5.37. Pushing the lower pairs into the connector
5.38. Lower pairs pushed in
5.39. Cutting off of the upper conductors
5.40. All conductors in the connector
5.41. Fitting the complementary half of the connector
5.42. Squeezing the connector until the locks snap into place
5.43. Sliding the cover onto the connector
5.44. Finished IE-PI-RJ45-FH connector
5.45. IE-PS-RJ45-FH-BK connectorbefore fitting
5.46. Finished connector IE-PS-RJ45-FH-BK
5.47. Removing insulation
5.48. Removed insulation
5.49. Twisted shielding
5.50. Removing aluminium conductor shielding
5.51. Separated pairs of conductors
5.52. Lower two pairs ready for inserting
5.53. Lower pairs pushed in
5.54. All conductors in the connector
5.55. Trimming conductors
5.56. Inserted and trimmed conductors
5.57. Fitting the mate to the internal connector
5.58. Clamping the internal connector together with pliers
5.59. Grounding installation 1
5.60. Grounding installation 2
5.61. Grounding kit for S/FTP 4+2 cable
5.62. Grounding kit detail
5.63. RAy grounding kit
5.64. Grounding the FOD unit
5.65. Protective conductor at the FOD unit
5.66. Protective conductor at the mast on a ZSA16 terminal
5.67. Separated lightning conductor
5.68. Connecting a voltmeter to the BNC connector.
5.69. Voltage-signal strength diagram
5.70. Radiation diagrams
5.71. Radiation diagram – incorrect adjustment
5.72. 3D example of more complicated Radiation Pattern
6.1. Status Menu
6.2. Device Menu
6.3. Bridge Menu
6.4. Diagnostics Graphs Menu
6.5. Diagnostics Statistics Menu
6.6. Diagnostics Logs Menu
6.7. Realtime Menu
6.8. Tools Menu
6.9. Tools – Spectrum analyzer Menu
6.10. Menu Tools – Constellation 2
6.11. Short Status Menu
7.1. CLI menu
9.1. Status diagram of ACM switching according to SNR state
10.1. Declaration of conformity for RAy10–xA (10.3 – 10.6 GHz)
10.2. Declaration of conformity for RAy10–xB (10.15 – 10.65 GHz)
A.1. Dimensional layout of the RAy10 with the Jirous antenna
A.2. 0.6 m Arkivator antenna
A.3. 0.99 m Arkivator antenna