Comant Ci-2680-216 Comdat Vhf Com / Xm Blade

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Part# 11-19419
MFR Model# CI-2680-216


Comant’s ComDat® four through hole blade style mount VHF / XM Weather & Radio antenna with BNC / TNC ports. This antenna covers both VHF communication and XM frequencies. Designed to be used with Garmin XM panel mount systems. Suitable for top mounting with for both light and heavy fixed wing single engine / multi-engine and business jet aircraft
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  • VHF Characteristics
  • Frequency: 118-137 MHz
  • VSWR: 2.9:1 Max
  • Polarization: Vertical
  • Radiation Pattern: Omnidirectional
  • Impedance: 50 Ohms
  • Power Rating: 50 Ohms

  • XM Weather Data Specification
  • Frequency: 2332.5-2345.0 MHz
  • VSWR: 2.0:1 Max
  • Polarization: LHCP
  • Radiation Pattern: Hemispherical
  • Impedance: 50 Ohms
  • Gain: 25 +/- 2 dB
  • DC Voltage: 3.6 – 24 Volts
  • DC Current Min/Max: 45mA Typical / 55 mA Max

  • Mechanical / Environmental
  • Weight: 1.25 lb
  • RTCA Env. / TSO: DO-160D, TSO C169
  • Connector: VHF - BNC / XM - TNC


  • Light Fixed Wing Single Engine
  • Light Fixed Wing Multi-Engine
  • Heavy Fixed Wing Single Engine
  • Heavy Fixed Wing Multi-Engine
  • Business Jets
  • Always consult your installation shop for best application.
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