Shakespeare Electronic Products Group-European Operations

Marine rule the waves

Style 5250-AIS

0.9m (3') VHF Marine Band 3dB

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  • End-fed 1/2-wave stainless steel whip

    Designed to meet the broader bandwidth requirements of all popular AIS transceivers, this antenna mounts with ease. Its compact size will be welcome aboard any vessel. Chrome plated brass canister minimizes the de-tuning associated with antennas having plastic canisters.

    • Built for AIS transceivers
    • Sealed, tin-plated copper wire coil
    • Stainless steel whip 0.9m (36")
    • Requires mount with center hole for passage of the supplied 4.6m (15ft) RG-58 cable.
    • 1"-14 threaded base
    • Suggested mount: Style 4187, 5187, 4188-S or 4190 Ratchet Mount (each sold separately)
    • PL-259 connector included
    • One section

    Suggested mount(s):   4187     4188-S

  • Shakespeare 5250-AIS Skinny Mini Specifications
    Band: VHF Marine Band
    Antenna Gain: 3dB
    Max. Input Power: 50 watts
    SWR: nominally 1.5:1 at 162 MHz
    Bandwidth: 6 MHz within 2.0:1 VSWR
    Coax Supplied: 4.6m (15 ft) of RG-58
    Connector Supplied: PL-259
    Polarity: Vertical
    Impedance: 50 Ohms
    DC Ground: No DC Ground - The antenna will read open on continuity test.
    Limited Warranty:
    2 years


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  • Instruction sheet (PDF): 5250-AIS.pdf   

    iconShakespeare VHF Marine Antennas (YouTube Video)

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    iconShakespeare AIS Marine Antennas (Video) (YouTube Video)

    iconHow to Install a PL-259 Marine Connector (YouTube Video)

    iconTroubleshooting Your Marine Antenna Installation (YouTube Video)

    For other technical information, please email Tech Support

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