Komar-2M(P)-COSPAS aircraft radio beacon

• The satellite distress signal transmitter operates at a frequency of 406.037 MHz.
• The short-range homing beacon transmitter operates at a frequency of 121.5 MHz transmits a tonal signal for search and rescue services;
• The radio that enables communication between the crew in distress and the rescuers searching for them operates at a frequency of 121.5 MHz.

Performance Specifications

Operating frequencies, MHz

121,5 / 406,037

Transmitter power:

- 406.037 MHz

- 121.5 MHz in communications mode, no less than

- 121.5 MHz in beacon mode, no less than

5 ± 2дБ

0,1

0,05

Receiver sensitivity, uV, at a frequency of 121,5 MHz, no worse than

10

Continuous operation time, hours:

- in positive temperatures

- at temperatures of up to –20°С

- at temperatures of up to –40°С

48

24

12

The detection range assuming a rescue aircraft is flying at an altitude of at least 1000 m, km

up to 50

Detection range on land

along the line of sight

A maximum altitude at which the beacon can be activated, meters, max

6000

C/S T.001 Class

1

Dimensions of the radio beacon station with a detachment unit, mm

322х162х478

Weight with a detachment unit, kg, max

3,2