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Shakespeare 5240-R 3' Low-Profile VHF Whip Antenna

Item # 91357
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Key Features

  • 3' antenna

  • 3dB gain

  • Requires ratchet or rail mount with center hole

  • 15' coax cable included

  • 1/2 wave, 3' stainless steel whip


Our Price   $84.99

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Product Description
shakespeare This 3', 3dB powerboat antenna is perfect for any vessel where a standard fiberglass antenna is too obstructive. Requires ratchet mount or rail mount with a center hole. 15' coax cable included. 1/2 wave, 3' stainless steel whip.
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Specifications
Construction SS
Length 3'
Element Copper Wire
Ferrule N/A
Cable Supplied 15' RG-58
Antenna Gain 3db
Max. Input Power 50

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Shakespeare 5240-R 3 Low-Profile VHF Whip Antenna
 
5.0

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5.0

Compact Design

By wenzOmatic

from Oklahoma City, OK

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Pros

  • Easy to Install
  • Easy to Use
  • Reliable
  • Waterproof

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Boating
    • Outdoor
    • Travel

    Comments about Shakespeare 5240-R 3 Low-Profile VHF Whip Antenna:

    Wanted a compact antenna for a 20ft boat. This one worked prefect mounted high on the Bimini support. The antenna needs to be mounted at least 3 feet away from passengers so this location worked fine. The end connector that came with the antenna required soldering. This Antenna should work fine for most lakes. I would not use on open water unless mounted on a sail boat mast. Radio check was good even with 1 watt power selected.

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