Pasternack new VHF/UHF Dipole, Collinear & Yagi Antennas has improved Signal Quality for Public Safety, LMR, Trunking, Other Uses
Pasternack introduced a new series of VHF/UHF dipole, collinear and Yagi antennas for a variety of applications, including public safety, land mobile radio (LMR), trunking, military communications and amateur radio.
VHF/UHF Dipole, Collinear & Yagi Antennas
The new line of VHF/UHF exposed dipole arrays, omnidirectional collinear and Yagi antennas feature multiple gain options with fixed and adjustable dipole configurations. Their ruggedized designs guarantee reliable performance in all environmental conditions. The antennas are DC grounded for lightning protection, feature high-power handling of over 200 watts and cover frequencies of 135 MHz to 512 MHz.
The individual folded and straight dipole antennas allow for minimal storage and efficient transportation. Additionally, these pre-configured dipole arrays include internalized cabling, making for quick and simple deployments.
All components for Pasternack’s VHF/UHF antennas are offered in optional prefabricated arrays with fixed ¼-wave or ½-wave spacing from the mast.
“Our new series of VHF/UHF dipole, collinear and antennas is designed to cover broad bandwidths, improve signal quality and handle high-power input,” said Kevin Hietpas, Antenna Product Manager.
Pasternack’s new VHF/UHF dipole, collinear and antennas are in-stock and available for same-day shipping.