736-VW

Digital 16' VHF Antenna

Digital 16' VHF Antenna

Description

The Digital Antenna 16' VHF Antenna features solid construction and a powerful gain of 10dB, making it the ideal choice for critical communication onboard commercial vessels and base stations.

Features

  • High Gloss Urethane Finish
  • 316 Stainless Steel Ferule
  • 10dB Gain
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A favorite of marine professionals, Digital Antennas largest VHF antennas offer the power and durability to achieve maximum range and extended performance, even in the roughest seas. 

Easily mount Digital Antennas 700 Series 16 VHF antenna on a pole with the included stainless steel u-bolts (not for use on 1"14 threaded base). The premium quality type N connector offers a secure waterproof connection.

All of our antennas are made in the USA, assembled, tested and tuned by hand for maximum performance, quality and durability.

All 16 VHF antennas are UPS shippable.

Features:

  • Powerful brass radiators
  • Soldered connections
  • Power directing ferrite choke bead 

700 Series:

  • Mount: 1.5 OD stainless steel base (not threaded) and stainless steel clamp set for pole/mast mounting
  • Connector: Highest quality type N female
  • Cable: Not included use our RG-8X antenna cables and one DA645 adapter

 

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Digital 16' VHF Antenna 736-VW 16' VHF Antenna, White
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