Vertical antenna line is omnidirectional, IP67 rated

Laird's Ultra Phantom low profile vertical antenna product line is an omnidirectional low profile UHF antenna designed that is IP67 rated, allowing it to operate in challenging environments and harsh conditions.

07/10/2014


Laird's Ultra Phantom low profile vertical antenna product line is an omnidirectional low profile UHF antenna designed that is IP67 rated, allowing it to operate in challenging environments and harsh conditions. Courtesy: Laird TechnologiesLaird's Ultra Phantom low profile vertical antenna product line is an omnidirectional low profile UHF antenna designed for use in government, public safety and industrial/commercial market segments. The low profile design reduces height clearance issues on specialty and heavy duty vehicles. It also has secure mounting hardware designed to deter antenna vandalism. The Ultra Phantom antenna combines rugged, compact design and operates from 380-512 MHz. The Ultra Phantom offers 2.0 - 4.1 dBi maximum gain to boost power output and improve signal reception. The antenna achieves IP67 certification to protect against dust and water exposure allows it to operate in challenging environments and harsh conditions.

Laird Technologies

www.lairdtech.com 

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