The AV-532 is a VOR/LOC/GS (Receive Only) antenna which consists of taper ground high-strength 17-7PH stainless steel elements to reliably withstand vibration and wind loads. The insulators are weather-sealed compression-molded bakelite with the mounting holes provided. The unit may be mounted with the V pointed either forward or aft. The antenna is designed to operate at speeds up to 350 mph and altitudes up to 50,000 ft. It has a drag force of 3.42 lb @ 250 mph.
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Nav antennas are not designed for any specific aircraft as you will have to have your installer confirm the footprint that will fit in the mounting location. We sell many of these as they are sized for most general aviation aircraft.
Per the manufacturer: Even though the antenna was only FAA TSOd for VOR/LOC (TSO C40c) many years ago, it will still receive the glide slope signals directly with newer NAV receivers or with the use of an appropriate VOR/LOC/GS splitter box on older equipment.
This antenna cannot connect directly to the G5. You require a NAV unit to distribute the signal accordingly.