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Telewave 118-138 MHz and 2.5 dB Fiberglass Omni Antenna (ANT125F2DIN)

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Telewave 118-138 MHz and 2.5 dB Fiberglass Omni Antenna (ANT125F2DIN)

Brand: Telewave           P\N: ANT125F2DIN           UPC: 646444531887

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Description


Telewave TELEWAVE 118-138 MHz fiberglass, omni, collinear antenna.

Key Features
  • 118-138 MHz Specific Frequency, 4.65 dBi Gain, 2.5 dBd Gain, Vertical Polarization, and 1.5:1 Maximum VSWR.
  • 500 W Maximum Power, DC Ground Lightning Protection, 7/16 DIN Female RF Connectors, and 200 mile/h Maximum Rated Wind Velocity.
  • Includes jumper with 7-16 DIN Female termination and mounting hardware.




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