SHAKESPEARE–Phase III 4' VHF Antenna
Phase III 4' VHF Antenna
|Lead||No Cable with SO-239 Connector|
|Material||Urethane Coated Fiberglass|
|Warranty Details||Eight Years|
This commercial grade antenna is great for hardtops, T-tops and other locations aloft where the compact size can deliver reliable communications via VHF radios.
This high performing, 7lb. 4' VHF antenna is infused with the quality of Shakespeare's Phase III™ electronic elements. Through close collaboration with professionals in the civil and military markets, Shakespeare was able to produce the finest, highest performing marine antennas ever built. Backed by an eight-year warranty, these antennas are built to last in the harshest marine conditions.
Built for performance and durability, this flagship Phase III™ VHF antenna will stand strong against high speeds and high winds. Combining innovative construction of a ethafoam spacer system in a fiberglass radome with a sleek and luxurious appearance, this antenna is a master of VHF communication. To maximize the performance of your marine radio, choose Phase III™ products.
- Quality conductors: Stranded, high-quality tinned copper inner conductor maximizes signal strength
- Ethafoam spacer system: This isolates the radiators from vibration and moisture for long, dependable service
- Silver-plated elements: All Phase III™ antennas have silver-plated elements for maximum electrical efficiency that actually improves with age
- 12-sided facet: Indexes and prevents the antenna from rotating during installation
- Stainless steel ferrule: Polished to a high luster, versatile stainless steel ferrule assembly provides installation flexibility
- SO-239 connector: Remove or install your Phase III antenna without re-routing coax
- Suggested mounting: This antenna is designed for boats 14'-22'
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