480-70 UHF Yagi Antenna

480-70 UHF Yagi Antenna

Frequency Range: 406-470 MHz
Gain: 10.0 dBd
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Rugged design to withstand harsh environmental conditions

  • Available in 2, 3, 7 element and 70 MHz wideband configurations
  • Vertical or horizontal polarization
  • DC ground for lightning protection
  • Fully welded for added durability
  • Black anodized and heavy-duty versions available
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  • Frequency Range, MHz

    406-470

    Nominal Gain, dBd

    10

    Bandwidth: 1.5:1 VSWR, MHz

    64

    Number of Elements

    7

    Polarization

    Vertical or Horizontal

    Horizontal Beamwidth (Ver. Pol)

    62º

    Vertical Beamwidth (Ver. Pol)

    50º

    Front to Back, dBd

    17

    Pattern

    Directional

    Power Rating, Watts

    350

    Nominal Impedance, Ohms

    50

    Lightning Protection

    DC Ground

    Standard Termination

    N Male

    Length, in (mm)

    45 (1143)

    Width, in (mm)

    14.4 (366)

    Weight, lbs (kg)

    3.9 (1.8)

    Rated Wind Velocity: no ice, mph (km/h)

    150 (241)

    Rated Wind Velocity: 0.5" (13 mm) Ice, mph (km/h)

    110 (177)

    Lateral Thrust @ 100 mph wind, lbs (kg)

    15 (6.8)

    Projected Area, ft² (m²)

    0.55 (0.05)

    Mounting Hardware

    127-85 Clamp

  • The UHF Yagi antenna series is available in 2, 3, 7 element and our 70 MHz wideband configurations. All of our antennas can be completely customized to your particular applications. Our antennas can be black anodized, fully welded, vertically or horizontally polarized, and heavy-duty versions are available.

    • Each antenna has a rugged, fully welded design to withstand harsh environmental conditions.
    • The mounting hardware supplied allows either vertical or horizontal polarization.
    • DC ground for lightning protection
    • All UHF Yagi antennas are fully welded.
    • Heavy-duty versions are available. Please contact a technical support technician for consultation.

  • Questions & Answers
    1. do you know what the vertical separation distance would be if I stacked 2 of these antennas you are quoting, on the same pole one on 456.675 mhz and one 461.900 mhz, both pointing the same direction?

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