399-1M

Shakespeare 399-1M 9'6" VHF Antenna

Shakespeare 399-1M 9'6" VHF Antenna
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Style 399-1M VHF 6dB

Collinear Phased 5/8-wave with two coaxial chokes to suppress cable radiation

The Style 399-1M is the same as the 399-1, but it has a special sleeve for mast mounting. A professional quality antenna in a compact package. This extra-duty antenna combines strength and performance for use where you really need the efficiency of a large antenna, but don't have room for one.

  • Brass and copper elements
  • Chrome-plated brass ferrule with standard 1"-14 thread
  • Aluminum sleeve for mast mounting
  • Suggested mount: 1-1/4" U-bolts are supplied. The 399-1M can be strapped to a larger mast using steel banding (not supplied)
  • Two sections: Base 75"; Tip 39" UPS shippable


Technical Specifications:


Frequency:VHF Marine band
Bandwidth:(within 2.0:1 SWR): 5MHz
SWR:1.5:1 at 156.8 MHz
Impedance:(ohms): 50
Gain:6 dB
Max Input (Watts):100
DC Ground:YES
Termination:SO - 239
Height (feet):9.5
Polarization:Vertical
Radiation pattern:Omni-directional
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Shakespeare 399-1M 9'6" VHF Antenna 399-1M SHAKESPEARE VHF 9'6" 399-1M 6DB
$191.56
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