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Shakespeare 5399 9'6" VHF Antenna - Two Piece

Shakespeare 5399 9'6" VHF Antenna - Two Piece
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Shakespeare Galaxy Style 5399
9'6" VHF 6dB Gain
Collinear-phased 5/8 wave with two coaxial chokes to suppress cable radiation

EXTRA TOUGH!

This professional quality antenna is a performance powerhouse. Its extra strong sturdy enough to be self-supporting, even in high winds and high speeds. Mounting on radar arch or T-top not recommended.

  • Brass and copper elements for maximum range and efficiency
  • Stainless steel ferrule with standard 1"-14 thread
  • 20' RG-8/X low-loss cable plus a PL-259 connector
  • Suggested mount: Use only Shakespeares extra heavy-duty Style 4187-HD Rachet Mount for self-supporting applications, or use a Style 452 mounting kit if an upper support bracket installation is preferred
  • Two sections: Base 75", Tip 39" - UPS shippable
  • Shakespeare Limited Warranty: 5 years


Technical Specifications:


Frequency:VHF Marine Band
Bandwidth:3 MHz within 2.0:1 VSWR
SWR:nominally 1.5:1 at 156.8 MHz
Gain:6 dB
Max Input (Watts):100 watts
DC Ground:YES
Height (feet):9'6"
Polarization:Vertical

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Shakespeare 5399 9'6" VHF Antenna - Two Piece 5399 SHAKESPEARE VHF 9.5FT 5399 6DB 2 PIECE
$223.30
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