RU2265262C1 - Mobile antenna arrangement - Google Patents

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RU2265262C1
RU2265262C1 RU2004110756/09A RU2004110756A RU2265262C1 RU 2265262 C1 RU2265262 C1 RU 2265262C1 RU 2004110756/09 A RU2004110756/09 A RU 2004110756/09A RU 2004110756 A RU2004110756 A RU 2004110756A RU 2265262 C1 RU2265262 C1 RU 2265262C1
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А.А. Стадник (RU)
А.А. Стадник
Ю.В. Сальников (RU)
Ю.В. Сальников
Н.М. Павлов (RU)
Н.М. Павлов
А.Ф. Уткин (RU)
А.Ф. Уткин
М.П. Скородумов (RU)
М.П. Скородумов
Б.И. Зайцев (RU)
Б.И. Зайцев
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Открытое акционерное общество "Конструкторское бюро специального машиностроения"
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FIELD: lifting-tower mounted mobile antenna arrangements.
SUBSTANCE: lifting tower of antenna has levers with relatively hinged joints that form top and bottom sections for entry of top section into bottom one in folding. Top section mounts supporting platform for antenna positioning device. Supporting platform is hinged for turning relative to horizontal axis disposed perpendicular to turn plane of lifting tower. Antenna positioning device is mounted on intermediate platform hinged to supporting platform for turning relative to other horizontal axis. Axes of turn of mentioned platforms are disposed in relatively perpendicular planes. Intermediate platform is designed for self-setting in desired position relative to supporting platform during antenna folding. Antenna arrangement is equipped with platform servo drives and intermediate-platform level balancing sensors.
EFFECT: reduced space requirement, enhanced speed of setting-up and packing procedures in dislocation.
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The invention relates to antenna technology, in particular to mobile antenna installations (AU) with a lifting mast.
Known mobile antenna installation according to patent RU No. 21115977 (H 01 Q 1/08, 1998). Known mobile AU contains a container with equipment, structurally combined with an antenna system, including a lifting mast equipped with a hydraulic cylinder for turning, with an antenna. The mast is equipped with devices for fixing the latter in the deployed and transport positions. The container is equipped with external rotary supports installed with the possibility of contacting with the soil, and is made with the possibility of placement on a motor vehicle. Remote rotating supports are mounted on the container body with the possibility of placement in the transport position along the container within its lateral dimension. The antenna is made in the form of two panels pivotally mounted on a lifting mast and is equipped with a panel deployment-folding body. The container includes a compartment, which is configured to accommodate a lifting mast with an antenna in the transport position. In this case, the panels are provided with centering elements that are installed with the possibility of interaction with the side walls of the said compartment of the container. When deploying the AU, it is horizontal using a hydraulic drive for hanging and leveling. The known device provides the ability to create a compact mobile AU, providing the possibility of its rapid deployment-coagulation during relocation.
However, the design features of the known mobile AU do not provide her adaptability to the terrain. This is due to the fact that the lifting mast of this AC is relatively low and there is no possibility of changing the height of the antenna, which implies the deployment of the AC either on a natural or artificial elevation, or in an open area.
Also known mobile antenna installation according to patent RU No. 2200359 (H 01 Q 1/10, 2003). The well-known mobile AU contains a base that can be installed on a vehicle, front and rear support jacks for leveling the installation, a mast designed to mount the antenna, a mast turning drive in the working or transport position, as well as mechanisms for fixing the mast in a vertical position and turning the antenna. The installation is equipped with a frame mounted on the base. The mast is telescopic and in the transport position is located on the frame. The lower section of the mast through the axis is connected to the base. An additional frame is mounted on the upper mast section with the possibility of rotation, on which a flange is mounted with the possibility of angular rotation relative to the last. A ring designed to mount the antenna is mounted on the flange with the possibility of rotation. The rear jacks can be mounted on a balancer mounted rotatably on the frame. The mast may have a box section. The mast extension drive is made in the form of a rope kinematically connected with a gear motor. Pulleys and gearmotors are located on the lower mast section. The mechanism for fixing the mast in a vertical position is made in the form of wedges kinematically connected with their movement drives and having the ability to be installed between the base and the lower section of the mast. Sections in the extended position of the mast are fixed.
However, in the well-known mobile AU, it is assumed that the telescopic mast is always extended to its full height, while such a telescopic structure does not have sufficient wind resistance, which reduces the reliability of the AU. At the same time, the well-known AU has a rather complicated cable-block drive for extending the telescopic mast and quite complex drives for setting the antenna to a predetermined position, which also reduces the reliability of the AU.
Regarding mobile ACs, including a lifting mast with an antenna, it can be noted that they are characterized by the presence of a vehicle on which a lifting-mast device (hoist) is mounted that carries the antenna itself. Thus, such mobile AUs, as a rule, involve the use of a lift associated with a vehicle and an antenna.
Known lift patent RU No. 2196104 (In 66 F 11/04, 2003). A well-known hoist contains an arrow (lifting mast), consisting of an upper and lower truss and a frame pivotally interconnected with the possibility of entering the upper truss into the lower truss when folding the boom, a base mounted on the vehicle, a platform mounted on the upper truss, and two hydraulic lift cylinder. Moreover, the lower truss and the frame are pivotally mounted on the base. The lift is equipped with a hydraulic cylinder-damper located on the base. A conical catcher is installed on the platform, which, when folding the boom (lifting mast) of the elevator, joins the hydraulic cylinder-damper, and the stop for docking with the support located on the base with a hydromechanical lock. In addition, the lift is equipped with stops for fixing the platform in its upper position, and racks are placed on the base, which absorb all the loads in the transport position from the lower truss and frame. Such a device provides shockless interaction of the platform with the base and can be used in a mobile AU as an antenna elevator.
However, the known device, when using its platform as a support for the antenna, always involves lifting the antenna to the maximum height (i.e., lifting to the upper position of the platform), which is not always necessary, especially since the increase in the height of the lift increases the wind effect , which, ultimately, leads to a decrease in the accuracy of guidance AU. The noted disadvantage of the known device is due to the fact that it does not provide for the possibility of ensuring the horizontal position of the platform, except as with the extreme upper position of the boom (lifting mast).
The closest set of essential features with the claimed invention is the mobile antenna installation of the Orion station (I. Peretyagin. - NPP Spets-Radio: “Be one step ahead of the competition!” - “Military Parade”, - No. 1 ( 55) 2003 January-February, p. 92). A well-known mobile AU contains a base mounted on a vehicle on which a lifting mast with an antenna equipped with hydraulic cylinders is rotatably mounted, and outriggers mounted with the possibility of contacting with the ground. The lifting mast includes levers with mutual articulation, forming the upper and lower sections of the lifting mast with the possibility of entering the upper section into the lower when folding the lifting mast. On the upper section of the mast, a support platform is fixed for the rotary support device of the antenna.
This mobile AU, in essence, is an industrial embodiment of an antenna installation in which an antenna is used for the elevator according to the patent RU No. 2196104 discussed above, and the above-mentioned disadvantages inherent in antenna installations with a similar elevator can be attributed to it.
The objective of the present invention is to provide a compact mobile AU equipped with a lifting mast, which enables its rapid deployment-coagulation during relocation and, during operation of the antenna, enables the lifting mast to be lifted with the antenna to a minimum sufficient height determined by weather conditions and terrain, while ensuring sufficient guidance accuracy.
This problem is solved due to the fact that the known mobile antenna installation comprising a base mounted on a vehicle on which a lifting mast with an antenna is mounted rotary mounted with hydraulic cylinders of rotation, outriggers mounted with the possibility of contacting with the soil, and the lifting mast includes levers with mutual articulation forming the upper and lower sections of the lifting mast with the possibility of entering the upper section into the lower when folding the lifting mast, on the upper section and the mast is fixed support platform for the rotary support device (OPU) of the antenna, according to the invention is equipped with an intermediate platform, while the support platform is pivotally rotated relative to a horizontal axis located perpendicular to the plane of rotation of the lifting mast. The rotary support device of the antenna is mounted on an intermediate platform, which is pivotally mounted on the support platform with the possibility of rotation relative to another horizontal axis. Moreover, the axis of rotation of the said platforms are located in mutually perpendicular planes. The antenna installation is equipped with follow-up rotation drives of the support and intermediate platforms, respectively, and leveling sensors of the intermediate platform, which are electrically connected respectively to the said follow-up drives. In this case, the intermediate platform is made with the possibility of self-installation in a predetermined position relative to the support platform when the lifting mast is folded into the transport position. This design provides mobile AU adaptability to weather conditions (for example, wind speed) and terrain due to the possibility of lifting the antenna to a minimum height sufficient for its operation while providing automatic antenna leveling, which increases the accuracy of pointing AU.
At the same time, the rotational tracking drive of the support platform includes at least one double-acting actuating cylinder, the rod of which is pivotally mounted on the support platform, and the housing is connected through the beam to the upper section of the lifting mast. At the same time, an underwater emphasis is installed on the upper section of the lifting mast, which interacts with the beam in the working position of the antenna installation. Due to the connection of the actuating hydraulic cylinder with the upper section of the lifting mast through the beam and the possibility of diverting from the beam the mentioned stop fixed on the upper section of the lifting mast, the transmission of additional loads to the mounting elements of the control gear with the antenna in the transport position of the control unit is excluded.
In addition, the rotational tracking drive of the intermediate platform includes at least one double-rod actuator hydraulic cylinder, the housing of which is pivotally mounted on the intermediate platform. In this case, one rod of the actuating two-rod hydraulic cylinder is pivotally mounted on the intermediate platform, and the other rod is connected to a zero-installer, which is mounted on the housing of the actuating two-rod hydraulic cylinder. Thanks to the zero-installer, the intermediate platform is self-installed in its initial position, which eliminates the possibility of collisions of the AU elements when folding the lifting mast and, thereby, provides increased reliability of the AU.
The levers forming the lifting mast can be made in the form of box-section structures. This design allows you to increase the overall rigidity, and therefore, to increase the accuracy of guidance.
Along with this, the outriggers are equipped with hydraulic jacks, made rotatable and mounted on the said base with the possibility of placement in the transport position along the vehicle within its lateral dimension. In this case, the antenna installation is equipped with the hydraulic jacks mentioned above and including the hydraulic drive for hanging and leveling. The latter is electrically connected to the leveling sensors, which are mounted on said base.
In addition, the nodes of rotation of the front and rear remote pivoting bearings are spaced in height. Due to this, when placing the rotary outriggers in the transport position along the vehicle within its lateral dimension, a compact arrangement of the outriggers with hydraulic jacks on the vehicle chassis is provided.
The lifting mast can be equipped with devices for fixing the mutual position of the upper and lower sections of the lifting mast in the transport position, and the aforementioned base can be equipped with an underwater device for fixing in the transport position mounted on an intermediate platform of the antenna rotary support device.
The portable rotary supports are each mounted with the possibility of fixing their position in the working position of the antenna installation by means of a corresponding resettable spacer connected via quick-disconnect connections respectively to the external rotary support and the aforementioned base. This allows you to increase the rigidity of the installation.
Figure 1 shows a mobile AU in the stowed position, a General view; figure 2 - mobile AU in the deployed position, when the lifting mast is in its lowest position, a plan view; figure 3 - mobile AU in the working position, when the lifting mast is in its highest position, General view; figure 4 - mobile AU in working position, when the lifting mast is in an intermediate position, General view; figure 5 - the upper section of the lifting mast with the supporting and intermediate platforms and the control panel of the antenna in the working position, side view; 6 is a two-piece hydraulic cylinder for the drive of rotation of the intermediate platform with a spring zero-installer, a longitudinal section along AA in figure 5, is rotated; in Fig.7 - reference and intermediate platforms, a section along BB in Fig.5; on Fig - OPU antennas in the transport position with an underwater locking device, side view.
The mobile antenna installation comprises a base 2 mounted on the vehicle 1, on which a lifting mast 4 with an antenna 5 mounted with hydraulic cylinders 3 is rotated and the front and rear outriggers 6, 7, respectively, which are installed with the possibility of contacting with soil. In an embodiment of the invention, the antenna 5 is made in the form of a module, including the RAM of the antenna and the antenna itself. The lifting mast 4 includes levers 8-10 with mutual articulation, forming the upper “a” and lower “b” sections of the lifting mast 4 with the possibility of the upper section entering the lower when folding the lifting mast 4. In an embodiment of the invention, the levers 8-10 forming lifting mast, made in the form of box-section structures. On the upper section “a” of the lifting mast 4, a support platform 11 for the antenna control gear is fixed. The supporting platform 11 is pivotally mounted relative to the horizontal axis 12 located perpendicular to the plane of rotation of the lifting mast 4. In this case, the antenna mount is mounted on the intermediate platform 13, which is pivotally mounted on the supporting platform 11 with the possibility of rotation relative to another horizontal axis 14. Horizontal axis 12 and 14, respectively, of the supporting platform 11 and the intermediate platform 13 are located in mutually perpendicular planes.
The antenna installation is equipped with follow-up drives 15, 16 for rotation of the support platform 11 and the intermediate platform 13, respectively, and leveling sensors 17 of the intermediate platform 13 mounted on the intermediate platform 13. The sensors 17 are electrically connected respectively to the follow-up drives 15, 16.
In an embodiment of the invention, the rotational tracking drive 15 of the support platform 11 includes a double-acting actuating cylinder 18, the rod 19 of which is pivotally mounted on the supporting platform 11. Moreover, the housing 20 of the said hydraulic cylinder is connected through the rocker 21 to the upper section “a” of the lifting mast 4. On the upper section of the lifting mast mounted underwater emphasis 22, interacting with the rocker 21 in the working position of the AU. The interaction of the rocker 21 with the underwater emphasis 22 is provided due to the weight moment of the supporting platform 11 relative to the axis 12.
The intermediate platform 13 is made with the possibility of self-installation in a predetermined position relative to the supporting platform 11 when folding the lifting mast 4 in the transport (stowed) position. In an embodiment of the invention, the rotary servo drive 16 of the intermediate platform 13 includes two double-rod actuating cylinders 23. The housing 24 of each double-cylinder actuating cylinder 23 is pivotally mounted on the supporting platform 11. In this case, one rod 25 of the double-actuating actuating cylinder 23 is pivotally mounted on the intermediate platform 13, and the other the rod 26 is connected to a null-installer 27, which is mounted on the housing 24. In an embodiment of the invention, the null-installer is made, for example, spring.
In an embodiment of the invention, the front and rear outriggers 6 and 7, respectively, are equipped with hydraulic jacks 28, are rotatable and mounted on the base 2 with the possibility of placement in the transport position along the vehicle within its lateral dimension. Hydraulic jacks 28 are part of the hydraulic drive hanging and leveling (not shown) of the antenna installation. The hanging and leveling drive is electrically connected to the leveling sensors (not shown in the drawing), which are installed on the base 2. In an embodiment of the invention, the rotation nodes of the front and rear remote pivoting bearings 6,7 are spaced apart in height. In this case, the front and rear outrigger pivots 6 and 7 in the transport position AU are opposed.
The front 6 and rear 7 remote pivoting mounts are each mounted with the possibility of fixing their position in the operating position of the AU by means of the corresponding resettable spacers 29-31. Each of the spacers 29 at one end is pivotally mounted on the base 2 with the possibility of rotation in the horizontal plane. The other end of the strut 29 in the operating position AU by means of a quick coupling (not shown) is connected to the corresponding rear outrigger pivot 7, and in the transport position it is connected to the base 2. Each of the struts 30, 31 is pivotally attached to one corresponding front outrigger support 6 with the possibility of rotation in a horizontal plane. At the other end, each of the spacers 30, 31, by means of a corresponding quick disconnect in the operating position, AU is connected to the base 2, and in the transport position it is connected to the corresponding front remote rotary support 6.
Along with this, the lifting mast 4 is equipped with locking devices (not shown) of the relative position of the upper "a" and lower "b" sections of the lifting mast 4 in the transport position. The base 2 is equipped with an underwater device 32 fixation in the transport position mounted on the intermediate platform 13 of the OPA antenna. The underwater device 32 is located in the longitudinal plane of symmetry of the lifting mast and is made with the possibility of articulation with the housing of the OPU antenna in the transport position. In the indicated position, the underwater fixation device simultaneously serves as an additional support for the control gear with the antenna. The location of the underwater fixation device and the features of its structural design exclude the possibility of transmitting deformations of the base 2 to the control gear with the antenna in the transport (traveling) position of the AC.
Mobile AU works as follows.
In the transport (traveling) position, the upper section “a” of the lifting mast 4 is fixed using the appropriate devices relative to the lower section “b” of the lifting mast, the position of the antenna guard is fixed by the underwater device 32, and the supporting element of the underwater stop 22 is retracted from the corresponding counter bearing surface of the rocker arm 21. In this case, the resettable spacers 30, 31 of the front remote rotary supports 6 are mounted on the supports 6 themselves, and the resettable struts 29 of the rear remote rotatable supports 7 mounted on the base 2.
At the place of deployment of the mobile antenna installation from the transport (traveling) position to the working position, the rotary outriggers 6, 7 are manually transferred by turning around the respective axes until the stops made on the supports come in contact with the corresponding stops made on the basis of 2. Working position of the front and rear remote the rotating supports are fixed by means of spacers 29-31 by appropriate reinstallation of the latter. To reduce the pressure on the ground under the hydraulic jacks 28 lay removable support plates (not shown in the drawing), the dimensions of which allow the deployment of AC on soft unprepared soil. A vehicle 1 with a base 2 mounted on it with a lifting mast 4 and an antenna 5 is hung and horizontally mounted in the longitudinal and transverse planes of the vehicle by means of a hydraulic drive for hanging and leveling the antenna installation. Hanging and leveling are carried out by means of a control system in automatic mode at the command of an operator from a remote control in the vehicle cabin or using an external remote control.
Before lifting the lifting mast 4 with the antenna 5, they are freed from devices that fix the transport position of the lifting mast and the control tower with the antenna. The underwater stop 22 is brought into contact with the mating bearing surface of the rocker arm 21. Then, in the automatic mode, by means of the control system, the mast 4 is lifted. To lift the mast 4, the working fluid is fed into the hydraulic cylinders 3 of the rotation. In this case, a rotation occurs in the vertical plane of the lower section "b", which is kinematically connected with the upper section "a", which allows you to raise the upper section "a" with the supporting platform 11 to a height specified by the control system, upon reaching which the mast 4 stops lifting. To judge the elevation of the OPU with the antenna allows the sensor (not shown) of the angle of rotation of the lower section of the lifting mast 4, which generates a signal corresponding to the elevation of the antenna. By means of the actuating hydraulic cylinder 18, the support platform 11 is rotated together with the intermediate platform 13 and the control gear with the antenna mounted on it. After which, also in automatic mode, the intermediate platform 13 is horizontally mounted with the OPU of the antenna 5. Horizontaling is carried out using the actuating hydraulic cylinders 18 and 23 by rotating the supporting platform 11 relative to the horizontal axis 12 and rotating the intermediate platform 13 relative to the horizontal axis 14. First, by a follow-up drive 15, including a double-acting actuating cylinder 18, and installed on the intermediate platform 13 of the leveling sensor 17 between exact platform 13 last exhibit about a horizontal axis 12 (i.e. - a mast pivoting plane 4). Then, by means of a follow-up drive 16, which includes double-rod actuating cylinders 23, and another sensor 17 for leveling the intermediate platform mounted on the intermediate platform 13, the latter is set relative to the horizontal axis 14. The rotation about axis 14 is performed depending on the direction of the roll of the vertical axis of the control gear with the antenna. During the “standby” period of the mobile control system, if necessary, the intermediate platform 13 is automatically re-horizontalized in the same way. Thus, when the automatic control is operated, the horizontal position of the intermediate platform 13 with the antenna module is automatically maintained (essentially, the azimuthal axis of the antenna pointing is vertical), which ultimately, provides increased accuracy of guidance AU.
Holding the mast in the raised (working) position is provided by hydraulic locks (not shown in the drawing), respectively connected with the piston cavities of the hydraulic cylinders 3. In an embodiment of the invention, the support platform 11 in the working position of the AC can be installed at one of five predetermined levels. During the “duty” of the AU, the lifting mast is transferred to another elevation (another level) by command of the control system.
The lifting mast is transferred from the raised (operating) position to the transport (traveling) position by supplying the working fluid to the rod cavities of the hydraulic cylinders 3. In this case, the corresponding hydraulic locks are opened and the working fluid is forced out of the piston cavities of the hydraulic cylinders 3 through throttle openings in the corresponding non-return valves (in the drawing not shown), which ensures smooth lowering of the mast section until the pistons of the hydraulic cylinders “land” on the corresponding stops of the hydraulic cylinder bodies. When lowering the mast 4 at a certain height by the signal of the control system, the cavities of the two-rod hydraulic cylinders 23 communicate with each other. As a result, under the action of the springs of the null-installers 27, the intermediate platform 13 self-installs and, therefore, the control gear with the antenna occupies a position which, when the lifting mast is folded, eliminates the possibility of collisions of AC elements when the upper section “a” of the lifting mast enters its lower section “ b ". Essentially, by means of null-installers, the intermediate platform 13 is centered with the control gear mounted on it with an antenna relative to the longitudinal plane of symmetry of the lifting mast. After lowering the lifting mast 4 in the transport position, the mutual position of the upper "a" and lower "b" sections of the lifting mast and the position of the control tower with the antenna relative to the base 2 are fixed. The position of the control tower with the antenna is fixed using an underwater device 32. After that, the underwater stop 22 is moved away from rocker arms 21. The hydraulic jacks 28 are returned to their original position. The resettable spacers 29-31, as well as the front and rear outrigger pivots 6, 7, are transferred to the transport position. Thus, the mobile AU is transferred to the stowed position.
Thus, due to the design features of the mobile AU, the invention provides the possibility of creating a compact mobile antenna installation that allows for quick deployment-coagulation during relocation, provides the mobile AU with adaptability to weather conditions and terrain due to the possibility of lifting the antenna to a minimum height sufficient for its operation while simultaneously providing automatic antenna leveling, which provides the opportunity to increase the accuracy of reference AU.

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1. A mobile antenna installation comprising a base mounted on a vehicle, on which a lifting mast with an antenna is mounted, equipped with hydraulic cylinders of rotation, remote supports mounted with the possibility of contacting with the soil, the lifting mast including levers with mutual articulation, forming the upper and lower sections lifting mast with the ability to enter the upper section into the lower when folding the lifting mast, on the upper section of the mast fixed support platform for the support-swing antenna device, characterized in that it is equipped with an intermediate platform, while the supporting platform is pivotally rotatable relative to a horizontal axis located perpendicular to the plane of rotation of the lifting mast, and the supporting and rotating antenna device is mounted on an intermediate platform that is pivotally mounted on the supporting platform with the possibility of rotation relative to another horizontal axis, while the axis of rotation of the said platforms are located in mutually perpendicular pl oskosti, and the antenna installation is equipped with tracking drives of rotation respectively of the supporting and intermediate platforms and the leveling sensors of the intermediate platform, which are electrically connected respectively to the said tracking drives, while the intermediate platform is made with the possibility of self-installation in a predetermined position relative to the supporting platform when folding the lifting mast in the transport position .
2. The antenna installation according to claim 1, characterized in that the follow-up rotation drive of the support platform includes at least one double-acting actuating cylinder, the rod of which is pivotally mounted on the support platform, and the housing is connected through the beam to the upper section of the lifting mast, and on the upper sections of the lifting mast mounted underwater emphasis, interacting with the beam in the working position of the antenna installation.
3. The antenna installation according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the follow-up drive of rotation of the intermediate platform includes at least one executive two-rod hydraulic cylinder, the housing of which is pivotally mounted on the intermediate platform, while one rod of the executive two-rod hydraulic cylinder is pivotally mounted on the intermediate platform, and the other rod is connected to a null-installer, which is mounted on the housing of the actuating two-rod hydraulic cylinder.
4. The antenna installation according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the levers forming the lifting mast are made in the form of box-section structures.
5. The antenna installation according to claim 1, characterized in that the outriggers are equipped with hydraulic jacks, are made rotatable and mounted on the said base with the possibility of placement in a transport position along the vehicle within its lateral dimension, while the antenna installation is equipped with a hydraulic drive including said hydraulic jacks hanging and leveling, the latter is electrically connected to the leveling sensors, which are installed on said base.
6. The antenna installation according to claim 5, characterized in that the nodes of rotation of the front and rear remote pivoting bearings are spaced in height.
7. The antenna installation according to claim 1, characterized in that the lifting mast is equipped with devices for fixing the relative position of the upper and lower sections of the lifting mast in the transport position, and the aforementioned base is equipped with an underwater device for fixing in the transport position mounted on an intermediate platform of the antenna rotary support device
8. The antenna installation according to claim 1, characterized in that the portable rotary supports are each mounted with the possibility of fixing their position in the working position of the antenna installation by means of a suitable resettable spacer connected via quick-disconnect connections respectively to the external rotary support and the aforementioned base.
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