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Shakespeare VHF 17.6' w/Base 17.4' w/o Base 6018-R Phase III Marine Antenna

Shakespeare VHF 17.6' w/Base 17.4' w/o Base 6018-R Phase III Marine Antenna
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VHF 17.6' w/Base 17.4' w/o Base 6018-R Phase III Marine Antenna

Good communication over the VHF Marine Band depends on antenna height, quality and dB Gain. This high performing Phase III™ marine antenna is a powerhouse providing all of those necessities in our rugged, high-strength, foam-filled fiberglass radome for stability in high seas, high winds and high speeds.

Features:
  • Silver-plated outer conductor, copper inner conductor
  • Stainless steel mounting sleeve
  • Type SO-239 connector inside mounting sleeve for easy mounting and dismounting for stowage
  • Suggested mount: Shakespeare® Style 409-R or 410-R Mounting Kit
  • Two sections: Base 110" , Tip 110"


Specifications:
  • Design:Collinear-phased 1/2-wave elements with choking sleeve
  • Height:17.6' w/Base 17.4' w/o Base
  • Sections:2 (Base: 110" Tip: 110")
  • Suggested mounting:409-R or 410-R
  • Other features:
  • Versatile mounting sleeve for standard 1"-14 thread or mast mount
  • High-strength fiberglass radome, foam filled
  • High-gloss, high-performance, non-yellowing polyurethane finish
  • Silver-plated elements
  • Shakespeare Limited Warranty:5 years
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Shakespeare VHF 17.6' w/Base 17.4' w/o Base 6018-R Phase III Marine Antenna 6018-R SHAKESPEARE VHF 17FT 6IN PHASE III MARINE ANTENNA
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