5206-N

Shakespeare 5206-N 8' VHF Antenna

Shakespeare 5206-N 8' VHF Antenna
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Shakespeare Style 5206-N VHF Marine
8' LENGTH 6dB

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Same as the Style 5206-C, but the 5206-N has a nylon ferrule.

An economical and lightweight, self-supporting antenna for good communications where range is not the predominant factor.

  • Quality copper cable elements for good range and efficiency
  • Nylon ferrule with standard 1"-14 thread
  • Includes 15' RG-58 cable and a PL-259 connector
  • Suggested mount: Shakespeare Style 495 Lift-n-Lay Mount or Style 4186 Ratchet Mount
  • Twin to: Shakespeare Styles 5205 and 5207 CB Marine antennas
  • One section
  • Shakespeare Limited Warranty: 2 years


Technical Specifications:


Frequency:VHF Marine band
Bandwidth:3 MHz
SWR:1.5:1 @156.8 MHz
Impedance:(Ohms): 50
Gain:6 dB
Max Input (Watts):50
DC Ground:NO - the antenna will read "open circuit" when checked with an ohm meter or continuity tester.
Termination:RG-58
Height (feet):8
Polarization:Vertical
Radiation pattern:Omni-directional

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Shakespeare 5206-N 8' VHF Antenna 5206-N SHAKESPEARE VHF 8FT 5206-N 6DB
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