Omni Antenna, Half Wave Dipole, 700 - 970 MHz, 2.07 dBi, Integrated RF Coaxial Gooseneck
Southwest Antennas Part # 1001-148 is a half wave dipole omni antenna with a frequency range of 700 to 970 MHz and 2.07 dBi of peak gain.
1001-148 features an integrated 3" RF Gooseneck with black chrome TNC(m) RF connector, which contributes to the improvement of RF link margin and overall antenna performance. Our proprietary antenna design and manufacturing process ensures optimum antenna RF performance.
The TNC(m) RF connector can be easily secured or removed from equipment in the field by a single gloved hand, no tools required.
Antennas with integrated RF Goosenecks are ideal for handheld video receivers, portable radio systems, or any other mobile communication platform. The RF Gooseneck can be threaded through MOLLE gear or other tactical vest hardware for added security while moving.
A rugged flat black fiberglass radome provides protection from damage and gives the antenna a low visibility finish. The integrated RF Gooseneck allows the antenna to bend and deflect away from impacts during indoor or outdoor operations.
- Broad Band Coverage
- Half Wave Dipole Design
- 700 - 970 MHz
- 50W Power Handling
- 2.07 dBi Omni Radiation Pattern
- Integrated RF Coaxial Gooseneck with Waterproof Heatshrink Seal
- Black Chrome Non-Rotating TNC(m) Connector
|Antenna Pattern||Omni Antenna|
|Minimum Frequency||0.7 / 700||GHz / MHz|
|Maximum Frequency||0.97 / 970||GHz / MHz|
|Frequency Bandwidth||0.27 / 270||GHz / MHz|
|Maximum RF Input Power||50||Watts|
|Horizontal (AZ) Beamwidth||360||Degrees|
|Vertical (EL) Beamwidth||80||Degrees|
|Ground Plane Required||No|
|Spring or Gooseneck||Gooseneck|
|Gooseneck Length||3.09 / 78.49||inches / mm||±.09"|
|Gooseneck Diameter||0.38 / 9.75||inches / mm||+.010" / -.005"|
|RF Connector Type||TNC(m) Non-Rotating|
|RF Connector Features||Black Chrome|
|Product Height||12.35 / 313.69||inches / mm||±.15"|
|Product Diameter||0.56 / 14.27||inches / mm||+.020" / -.000"|
|Product Weight||2.7 / 77.1||oz / grams|