446-75

446-75 UHF Antenna

Frequency Range: 406-512 MHz
Gain: Unity
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Individually calibrated to ensure the best performance in a disguised appearance

  • Two or three separate frequency segments in a given mobile band
  • Cross-channel operation in two mobile bands with one antenna
  • Alternative antennas to an OEM version will be recommended, where required (e.g. Euro-style, or universal mount traditional whip)

 

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  • Frequency Range, MHz

    406-512

    Nominal Gain

    Unity

    Bandwidth (1.5 to 1 VSWR), MHz

    10-20

    Power Rating, Watts

    150

    Radiator

    Per OEM antenna

    Length, in

    Per OEM antenna

    Feed Line

    17 ft RG-8X

    Connector options (customer specified)

    UHF / Mini-UHF / BNC / TNC

    Broadcast Coupler (optional)

    Model 446-75

  • Comprod supplies disguised antennas using an original OEM antenna combined with a broadcast coupler filter to deliver an antenna that can offer two-way radio communication in addition to conventional AM/FM receiver functions.  The antenna will be modified to provide single or multi-band two-way communication, based on client requirements.  Each antenna is individually calibrated to ensure the ultimate performance in a disguised appearance, which will be completely undetectable from the original vehicle’s appearance.  Comprod can deliver antennas that will perform in up to three separate frequency segments in a given mobile band.   Cross-channel operation can also be offered in two mobile bands with one antenna (e.g. receive on one band segment, transmit on second band segment).

    We are capable of meeting customers’ special requirements:

    • Two or three separate frequency segments in a given mobile band
    • Cross-channel operation in two mobile bands with one antenna
    • Alternative antennas to an OEM version will be recommended, where required (e.g. Euro-style, or universal mount traditional whip)

    Note:
    If the antenna is not required to provide AM/FM Radio service, the broadcast coupler can be omitted.

  • Typical VSWR vs Frequency curve

    446-75 Typical VSWR vs Frequency Curve

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