4710 Series Mini-BUC

C-Band
10 and 20 W C-Band Mini-BUCs
Compact and Lightweight
Designed and built with VSAT stabilized antenna platforms
and other similar satcom-on-the-move customer applications
in mind.
Low Cost, High Performance
Designed for operation in high ambient temperature
environments, with superior phase noise performance.
Guaranteed specified minimum P1dB power.
Comprehensive M&C Functionality
Accessible anytime, anywhere via Internet or mobile phone.
Integrate with SNMP to NMS. Enables effective operational
management and minimizes network outage. Allows change
of IP address without serial cable. Quad LO, serial and
LAN interface.
Internal Self-Resetting Protection
Protects against high temperatures, open/short
output conditions.
Global Applications
Models 4710 and 4720
10/20 watt C-band LAN mini-BUCs
for satellite uplink applications
OPTIONS
•Multi-band BUC - select from
multiple factory-set frequency bands
within C-band
•Auto-sensing, high stability internal
10 MHz OCXO reference of external
multiplexed 10 MHz reference standard
•1:1 redundant switching - BUC is
configured for 1:1 systems as standard.
System hardware is sold separately.
Meets Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC
to satisfy worldwide requirements and is CE-marked.
Worldwide Support
Backed by over 35 years of satellite communications
experience, and CPI’sworldwide 24-hour customer
support network that includes more than 20 regional
factory service centers.
811 Hansen Way, PO Box 51625
Palo Alto, CA 94303 USA
tel:
+1 (650) 846-3803
fax:
+1 (650) 424-1744
e-mail:satcommarketing@cpii.com
website:www.cpii.com/satcom
C-Band
Specifications 10 and 20 W C-Band LAN Mini-BUCs
Specification
Model 4710
Model 4720
Frequency
5.850 to 6.425 GHz, or 5.850 to 6.725 GHz
L-Band Input
RF Output Power, P1dB
Local Oscillator Frequency
950 to 1525 MHz or 950 to 1825 MHz
10 W min. (40 dBm)
20 W min. (43 dBm)
4900 and 4975 MHz (with extended band option user may also select 5200 and 5275 MHz)
Gain at 0 dB Attenuation
70 dB ±2.0 dB
Gain Stability
Over any 50˚C range, freq. set
Over temp, frequency set
Over 24 hours
±1.5 dB max.
±2.0 dB max.
±0.25 dB (fixed temperature and constant drive)
Gain Flatness Over Any 40 MHz
±1.0 dB max.
Gain Flatness Over Full Band
±2.0 dB max.
Intermodulation
-25 dBc max. with respect to each of two equal carriers 5 MHz apart
VSWR
Input and output: 14 dB return loss, 1.5:1 max.
Spectral Regrowth
<-30 dBc @ 1.0x symbol rate, 1024 kbps, QPSK 7/8 VIT
Reference Frequency
10 MHz (internal reference option available)
Reference Freq. Input (external)
Multiplexed on N-type transmit IF input
Reference Freq. Level (external)
-10 to +5 dBm
Ref. Freq. Level Meter
Yes, via M&C
IF Input Level Meter
-5 to -45 dBm, ±2.0 dBm
Output Phase Noise
-65 dBc/Hz at 100 Hz, -75 dBc/Hz at 1 kHz, -85 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz, -95 dBc/Hz at 100 kHz
Transmit Attenuator
0 to 20 in 0.25 dB steps
AM/PM Conversion
2.0˚/dB max. at 2 dB output backoff
Output Power Meter
Range: 15 dB; Absolute Accuracy: ±1 dB max. when compensation frequency compensation set;
Relative Accuracy: ±0.5 dB max. when compensation frequency compensation set;
Modes: CW and burst with adjustable threshold
Spurious
Group Delay
-55 dBc max. at linear output power
0.03 ns/MHz linear max, 0.01 ns/MHz2 parabolic max, 1.0 ns pk-pk ripple max. in any 36 MHz band
Power Supply Voltage
Power Supply Turn-On Voltage
Power Consumption
Ambient Temperature
18 to 60 V DC via IF/IP and external DC connector
Min. input voltage via IF +29 VDC to permit Tx on
(IF connector limited to 5 A)
+ 20 VDC
75 watts typ. at PLIN, 90 watts max.
Relative Humidity
100% condensing
Altitude
Shock and Vibration
100 watts typ. at PLIN, 130 watts max.
-40˚C to +60˚C operating, -40˚C to +70˚C non-operating
5000 m operating (16,400 ft)
20 g peak, 11 msec, 1/2 sine; 2.1 grms, 5 to 500 Hz
RF Output Connection
WR-137G with tapped M5
M&C Interface
FSK, RS-232, RS485 (2-wire); LAN
M&C Protocols
ASCII, NDSatcom v1, SABus, Codan packet, Telnet, SNMP v1, WEB GUI
Dimensions, L x W x H
247 x 151 x 85 mm (9.72” x 5.9” x 3.5”), contact CPI for outline drawing if needed.
Weight
2.6 kg (5.7 lbs) typ.
Quality Management
System - ISO 9001:2008
For more detailed information, please refer to the corresponding CPI technical description if one has been
published, or contact CPI. Specifications may change without notice as a result of additional data or product
refinement. Please contact CPI before using this information for system design.
MKT 404, ISSUE 6 dated DEC 2015 Page 2 of 3
C-Band
Configuration Guide
10 and 20 W C-band Mini-BUCs
Configure your C-band Mini-BUC
Configuring your BUC is easy. For this product, most of the configuration is
predetermined. All that is left is to indicate output power, whether the LAN option
is required, which frequency range is needed, and whether internal reference is
required. Instructions follow:
Box 1: Model number/desired power
- Enter “4710” for 10 watt model
- Enter “4720” for 20 watt model Box 2: LAN configuration
-“L” is entered here because the LAN option is standard
-Contact CPI if LAN option is not desired
Box 4: Frequency range (within Ku-band)
- Enter “S” for 5.850 to 6.425 GHz
- Enter “E” for 5.850 to 6.725 GHz
Box 8: Internal reference
-Enter “R” only if internal reference option is selected
-LEAVE BLANK if internal reference option is not selected
L
1
2
_
W
3
/
4
_ DC /
5
EX
_ CE _
6
7
8
Examples: 4720L-W/S-DC/EX-CE-R indicates a 20 W BUC with the LAN
option, a frequency range of 5.850 to 6.425 GHz and internal reference.
4710L-W/E-DC/EX-CE indicates a 10 W BUC with a frequency range of 5.850 to
6.725 GHz, with LAN but no internal reference.
Notes: Box 3 indicates a waveguide RF output connection. Box 5 indicates that
this product is DC powered. Box 6 indicates that power is fed via an external
connector. Box 7 indicates that this product is CE marked.
Quality Management
System - ISO 9001:2008
For more detailed information, please refer to the corresponding CPI technical description if one has been
published, or contact CPI. Specifications may change without notice as a result of additional data or product
refinement. Please contact CPI before using this information for system design.
MKT 404, ISSUE 6 dated DEC 2015, page 3 of 3