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Style 5911

0.25m (10") VHF Marine Band Unity Gain

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  • Loaded 1/4-wave Emergency VHF flex antenna

    This boating essential comes packed in a 0.3m (12") weather-resistant, plastic tube which can stow away in an easy-to-reach location for instant emergency capability if your main antenna becomes broken or disabled. Complete with 3.6m (12ft) RG-58 cable, connector, and rubber suction cup for fast, easy mounting to any smooth horizontal surface.

    • Flexible vinyl outer covering
    • 0.25m (10") overall length
    • Easily mountable in an emergency
    • Velcro strips included for convenient out-of-the-way storage
    • One section
    • Unity Gain

    Best applications include: Emergency VHF antenna

  • Shakespeare 5911 Stowaway™ Specifications
    Band: VHF Marine Band
    Antenna Gain: Unity Gain
    Max. Input Power: 25 watts
    SWR: Adequate across Marine Band. Precise SWR depends upon antenna location on boat.
    Bandwidth: na
    Ferrule: Suction cup for fast mounting in an emergency
    Coax Supplied: 3.6m (12 ft) of attached RG-58 cable
    Connector Supplied: PL-259 installed
    Color/finish: White
    Polarity: Vertical
    Impedance: 50 Ohms
    DC Ground: DC Grounded - The antenna will read shorted on continuity test.
    Limited Warranty:
    2 years


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  • iconShakespeare VHF Marine Antennas (YouTube Video)

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

    iconTroubleshooting Your Marine Antenna Installation (YouTube Video)

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