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Sirio SD 1300 N Discone Antenna 25 MHz - 1.3 GHz

$111.00

This antenna covers the frequency tange of 25 - 1300 MHz and, due to its broadband concept, is suited for scanner and monitoring applications.

Wide-band discone antenna working on 25-1300 MHz in reception and on many amateur frequencies in transmission (2m, 1 1/4m, 70cm, 33cm). It is made of stainless steel, chromed brass and anodized aluminium to guarantee the best efficiency and performance. Easy to fit, it can be suitable for the installation everywhere. The vertical whip can be removed whenever the 50 MHz frequency is not required. This version of SD 1300 N with with N female connection


Features:

  • Base station antenna, Omnidirectional
  • Unity-gain
  • Extremely wide-band suitable for scanner use
  • Transmission capability in several Ham bands
  • Perfect protection against the worst weather conditions
  • Stainless steel hardware and radials
  • Equipped with anodized aluminium bracket for an easy side mast installation
  • 17/7 PH stainless steel cylindrical whip

    Electrical Data

  • Type: discone
  • Frequency range: RX band: 25-1300 MHz TX band (@ SWR ≤2): 49.5-50.5, 120-180, 215-300, 415-465, 610-650, 710-1000, 1130-1300 MHz
  • Impedance: 50Ω
  • Radiation (H-plane): 360 omnidirectional
  • Radiation (E-plane): frequency dependent, see the pattern
  • Radiation angle: frequency dependent, see the pattern
  • Polarization: linear vertical
  • Gain: 0 dBd - 2.15 dBi @ lowest frequency
  • Max. power (CW) @ 30C: VHF: 300 Watts, UHF: 200 Watts Connector: SD 1300 N: N-female, gold plated central pin

    Mechanical Data

  • Materials: Stainless Steel, Chromed Brass, Nylon
  • Wind load / resistance: 66 N @ 150 Km/h / 130 Km/h
  • Wind surface: 0.04 m
  • Height (approx.): 1600 mm
  • Weight (approx.): 1140 gr
  • Cone Radial length (approx.): 810 mm
  • Mounting mast: 25-54 mm

  • Add to Cart:

    • Model: sd1300N
    • Manufactured by: Sirio Antenna



    This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 31 May, 2012.