Digital VHF Antenna

Digital VHF Antenna


The Digital Antenna VHF Antenna offers the power and durability to achieve maximum range and extended performance, even in the roughest seas.


  • Powerful Brass Radiators
  • Soldered Connections
  • Power Directing Ferrite Choke Bead
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A powerful gain of 10dB and solid construction make Digital Antennas 16 VHF antennas the ideal choice for critical communication onboard large yachts, commercial vessels and base stations.

Customers and installers love the 500 GOLD Series easy installation connector system. The gold factory-attached mini-UHF female connector with PL-259 (UHF) adapter makes connecting to the radio easy, eliminating the need to solder connectors.

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

Our 16' VHF antennas require a side support 3' to 4' from the base of the antenna.

All 16' VHF Antennas Feature:

  • High gloss urethane finish
  • 316 stainless steel ferrule
  • 10dB gain

500 GOLD Series:

  • Mount: Standard 1"14 threaded base
  • Connector: Gold factory-attached mini-UHF female with mini-UHF male to UHF male (PL259) adapter
  • Cable: Includes 20 of our low-loss, tinned braid, foil shielded, UV stable RG-8X marine cable


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Digital VHF Antenna 532-VW VHF Antenna, 16', White
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Digital 16' VHF Antenna - Black 532-VB VHF Antenna, 16', Black
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