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NexSens A41 Radio Omni Antenna

NexSens A41 Radio Omni Antenna

Description

The NexSens A41 Omni-directional Antenna is an excellent choice for remote communication via spread spectrum radio at distances beyond 1 mile.

Features

  • Heavy wall aluminum mounting sleeve is epoxy coated for superior weather protection
  • Includes antenna and mounting bracket for simple installation in minutes
  • Includes N-Style connection for direct plug in with standard RF cables
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The A41 Omni antenna is tuned for 902 to 928 MHz and features 150 mph wind survival, 5 dBd gain, and a N-style connector for quick connection to NexSens RF cables.

The antenna's copper alloy radiating elements are internally supported and encased in a fiberglass radome for total environmental protection. The A41 is lightweight at less than 8 lbs and is designed to easily withstand winds of over 125 mph.

This long range antenna receives and transmits in any direction and is the preferred antenna for most spread spectrum radio applications.
Notable Specifications:
  • Dimensions 1" diameter x 52" long
  • 5dBd gain
What's Included:
  • (1) 5dBd gain omni antenna
  • (1) Omni mounting kit
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