|VHF antennas are stainless steel. Insulators are made of Delrin, which resists extreme cold or high temperatures and is non-breakable. Antennas are available in straight and 45° or 90° angles. 118–136 mHz range, Weight: 3 oz., Not FAA approved.|
Antenna is very simple and effective with easy installation on aluminum fuselage. Cost is much lower than antennas for certified planes.
Tested today, works good reception, need to get a fitting for the bnc connection
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The Stainless VHF Antenna for homebuilts is a Non-FAA approved comm antenna and will work when properly connected to a 118–136 mHz range comm Radio.
The length of 11-00648 is approximately 19-1/2".
This antenna is attached to the coax cable using two delron nuts.
Yes, the height of the antenna should be the diameter of the ground plane.
The diameter is 5mm
Please review the installation section on the webpage. These are mounted on the bottom of the plane and they are roughly about 4 inches tall.
No it does not come with a coax cable. The length is 22 inches.