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Shakespeare 5911 Emergency Antenna (6m Cable / VHF)

Part No: 716587

The Shakespeare V-Tronix 5911 is an emergency VHF antenna for instant set up if your main antenna becomes broken or disabled. It is sealed in waterproof container and can be easily stowed away.... Read more

Description

Description

The Shakespeare V-Tronix 5911 is an emergency VHF antenna for instant set up if your main antenna becomes broken or disabled.

It is sealed in waterproof container and can be easily stowed away. The 5911 is fitted with a rubber suction cap for quick mounting on any smooth, horizontal surface.

This Shakespeare antenna is particularly designed for sailing boats, RIBs, and powerboats.

Shakespeare boat antennas benefit from low angle techniques that increase signal range and actually reduces power wastage. They insist on high quality and reliability, no matter how rough the seas are.

- Gain: Unity

- V.S.W.R: Dependant on location

Specifications
Gain 1 dB
Length 0.25M (9.8")
Brand Shakespeare
Frequency 156-162MHz
Style Helical Antenna
Suitable For Powerboats|RIBs|Sailboats
Warranty 2 Years
Antenna Cable 3.6m (11-4/5ft) RG-58 cable
Antenna Max Input Power 25W
Antenna VSWR 96MHz within 2:1 VSWR (800/900 MHz band) 140MHz within 2:1 VSWR (1900 MHz band)
Connector Plug Supplied PL-259
DC Ground Yes (will read short circuit on an ohm meter)
Frequency Description 156-162MHz
Model 5911
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Shakespeare 5911 Emergency Antenna (6m Cable / VHF)

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