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DM C63-2 Antenna

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Part# 11-02765
MFR Model# DM C63-2

Overview

118-137MHz Bent Rod For Bottom Installation, Frequency Range 118-137 MHz

The DM C63-Series antennas are VHF communication antennas designed for high mechanical strength with machine tapered aluminum alloy radiating elements. These vertically polarized antennas cover the frequency range of 118-137 MHz for both transmitting and receiving applications. The DM C63-2 is a low profile "bentback" radiating element designed for mounting on the bottom of the fuselage.

Specifications

  • Frequenc y Range 118 - 137 MHz
  • VSWR 3.0:1
  • Polarization Vertical
  • Radiation Pattern Omnidirectional
  • Gain Equivalent to a quarter wave stub
  • Impedance 50 Ohms
  • Power 50 W
  • TSO C37d and C38d
  • Weight 8 oz
  • Height 8.0 in. Max
  • Finish White
  • Connectors BNC Female
  • Environmental: Per D0160C F2-ABCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Reviews

This product worked fine. It was a replacement for an older part with same part number. Maybe something cheaper would work OK. The joy of owning an old, certified aircraft……sigh….

Eric L Verified Purchase

DORNE DM C63-2 COM ANTENNA

July 27, 2022

Order the Antenna from the UK. Simple and easy to order. Order was dispatched within a few hours and arrived into the UK 36 hours later. Excellent service would recommend.

Mr K Verified Purchase

DORNE DM C63-2 COM ANTENNA

June 22, 2022

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