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Comant Ci-295-300-4 Comdat Uhf Com / Vhf Black

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Part# 11-19425
MFR Model# CI-295-300-4

Overview

Comant’s ComDat® six through hole blade style mount triple function VHF / UHF antenna with BNC / TNC ports. This antenna covers both VHF as well as lower and higher UHF communication frequencies for Public Service bands by Search and Rescue teams (SAR). Suitable for either top or bottom mounting with both light and heavy fixed wing single engine / multi-engine and helicopters aircraft
   
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Specifications

  • VHF Specifications
  • Frequency: MHz 136-174 / 380-520 / 764-870 MHz
  • VSWR: 3.0:1 Max
  • Polarization: Vertical
  • Radiation Pattern: Omni Directional
  • Impedance: 50 Ohms
  • Power Rating: 10 Watts CW Max

  • Mechanical / Environmental
  • RTCA: DO-160G
  • MIL-STD: 810G Method 514.6 Vibration Cat. 14-24
  • Connectors: J1 TNC (F)
  • Finish: Glossy White 295-300
  • Flat: Black 295-300-4
  • Weight: 2.00 lb

Documents

  • Light Fixed Wing Single Engine
  • Light Fixed Wing Multi-Engine
  • Heavy Fixed Wing Single Engine
  • Heavy Fixed Wing Multi-Engine
  • Helicopter
  • Always consult your installation shop for best application.
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