A46

NexSens A46 Radio Yagi Antenna

NexSens A46 Radio Yagi Antenna

Description

The NexSens A46 Yagi Radio Antenna is an excellent choice for use in situations where communication signals must travel extended distances or are impeded by tree cover.

Features

  • Heavy-duty construction features 1"aluminum U channel with 3/8" solid elements
  • Includes antenna and mounting bracket for simple, one-man installation
  • Includes N-Style connection for direct plug in with standard RF cables
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$159.00
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Details

The A46 Yagi antenna is tuned for 902 to 928 MHz and features 150 mph wind survival, 10 dBd gain, and a N-style connector for quick connection to NexSens RF cables.

The Yagi's heavy-duty construction features 1"aluminum U channel with 3/8" solid elements. All exposed areas are coated with UV polyester, and the balun assembly is filled and sealed with elastomeric thermoplastic.

This directional antenna recieves and transmits great distances in a single direction and is the preferred antenna for single site to single site applications.
Notable Specifications:
  • Dimensions 10" height x 27" long
  • 10dBd gain
What's Included:
  • (1) 10 dBd gain yagi antenna
  • (1) Yagi mounting kit
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