The SNA600 antenna is a versatile tool for use with wireless microphone receivers or IFB transmitters
The center frequency of its 100 MHz bandwidth is tunable from 550 to 800 MHz. The frequency is set by adjusting the dipole elements using the scale printed on the body of the antenna. The elements fold for storage.
The center frequency of its 100 MHz bandwidth is tunable from 550 to 800 MHz; however, the roll-off above and below this band is gradual. The SNA600a measures lower than a 2:1 SWR (Standing Wave Ratio) from 465 MHz to 850 MHz when the antenna arms are fully extended.
The frequency is set by adjusting the dipole elements (arms) using the scale printed on the body of the antenna. The elements fold for storage.
The body of the antenna is made of fiberglass circuit board material. Nomenclature is printed in copper on
the board with a black solder mask to provide excellent visual contrast. Copper traces on the circuit board form a balun for an ideal match to a 50 ohm line via a standard BNC connector. Can be used with antenna power enabled on the connected receiver or multicoupler.
SWR less than 2:1 over 100 MHz bandwidth
Adjustable elements tune center frequency from 550 to 800 MHz
3/8" x 16 threaded socket and stud with mounting strap included
Built in balun matched to 50 ohm BNC connector
Folds for storage
Can be used with antenna power enabled on the receiver or multicoupler
Impedance: 50 ohms Connector Type: BNC SWR: Less than 2:1 at +/- 50 MHz 3dB Bandwidth: 150 MHz Effective Bandwidth: 465 to 850 MHz Gain: 2.17dBi (isotropic) or 0 dBd (referenced to a dipole) Antenna power blocking: Capacitive coupling for use with DC power on cable Length: 7" Width: 1" folded , 7" to 11" extended depending on frequency Thickness: 1" Weight: 3.5 oz.