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Laird YDA-4504 UHF Antenna 4 Dipole Array, 6/9 dB

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411.00 EUR
164.40 EUR (137.00 EUR + VAT)
Discount: 60%
Sale duration:
06/08/2019 - 31/12/2020
Model: YDA-4504
Availability: On stock
Average Rating: Not Rated


Antenex Laird YDA4504 Dipole Array Antenna UHF Base

The Antenex Folded Dipole Array is a heavy duty, gold anodized and broadband antenna of the highest quality. This high gain version is available in 1/4 wave and 1/2 wave dipole-to-mast spacing to suit your specific pattern requirements. Ideally suited for multi-coupled systems, it features internal cabling and fixed dipoles. Our antennas are well suited for harsh weather environments where the anodized finish will maintain pattern performance over time.

General Information
Manufacturer Antenex Laird
Manufacturer Part Number YDA4504
Product Name Dipole Array Antenna UHF Base
Frequency 450 - 470 MHz
Center Freq Tunable
Omni Gain 6dB
Offset Gain 9dB
Dipole Bays 4


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