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PCTEL 902-928 MHz Omni Antenna (BOA90211)

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PCTEL 902-928 MHz Omni Antenna (BOA90211)

Brand: PCTEL           P\N: BOA90211          

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Description


PCTEL PCTEL 902-928 MHz heavy duty fiberglass omnidirectional antenna. N-F bulkhead termination. Light gray radome. Item Height 120.5 inches, Item Length 2.5 inches, and Item Width 2.5 inches.

Key Features
  • 902-928 MHz Specific Frequency, 11.1 dBi Gain, 9 dBd Gain, and Vertical Polarization.
  • 1.5:1 Maximum VSWR, 250 W Maximum Power, N Female RF Connectors, Bottom Connector Placement, and 150 Maximum Rated Wind Velocity.
  • Jumper not Included.
  • BAM1005 mount hardware included.




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