Digital Antenna Single Side Band Antennas

Digital Antenna Single Side Band Antennas


The Digital Antenna Single Side Band Antenna features heavy duty construction for use in the roughest seas.


  • Powerful Brass Radiators
  • Soldered Connections
  • Centering Foam Insulators
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When the range of a VHF radio just wont do, offshore vessel operators choose Digital Antennas high performance Single Side Band antennas for exceptional communication over the entire HF frequency range (must use with a tuner). Our SSB antennas are a popular choice for boaters when durability, performance and great looks are prerequisites.

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

Our SSB antennas require a side support 3' to 4' from the base of the antenna.

SSB Antennas Feature: 

  • High gloss urethane finish
  • 316 stainless steel ferrule

500 Series:

  • Mount: Standard 1"14 threaded base
  • RF Termination: 1/4"-20 stainless steel stud
  • Cable: Not included


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Digital Antenna Single Side Band Antennas 544-SSW Single Side Band Antenna, 16', White
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Digital 24' Single Side Band Antenna - Black 534-SSB Single Side Band Antenna, 24', Black
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