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Parts by Number for VHF Radio Antenna Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
Blackbox-M-AntV Global Industrial Klein Electronics Inc Not Provided Blackbox ™ Vhf Antenna For Mobile Radios
KRA-26M Global Industrial AC Radio Com Not Provided Vhf Standard Antenna

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    The Orca can be fitted with a five-step telescopic mast carrying above-water sensors such as colour video camera with pan and tilt functions, together with HF/ VHF radio antenna and GPS antennas.
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    ...initial fielding of Bowman proved more challenging than was originally envisaged, with reports of problems with the ergonomics of the manpack radio harnesses, difficulty installing equipment into Challenger 2 main battle tanks, short battery life, snagging cables and VHF radio antennas breaking.
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    ...initial fielding of Bowman proved more challenging than was originally envisaged, with reports of problems with the ergonomics of the manpack radio harnesses, difficulty installing equipment into Challenger 2 main battle tanks, short battery life, snagging cables and VHF radio antennas breaking.
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    The Orca can be fitted with a five-step telescopic mast carrying above-water sensors such as colour video camera with pan and tilt functions, together with HF/ VHF radio antenna and GPS antennas.
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    ...initial fielding of Bowman proved more challenging than was originally envisaged, with reports of problems with the ergonomics of the manpack radio harnesses, problems installing equipment into Challenger 2 main battle tanks, short battery life, snagging cables and VHF radio antennas breaking.
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    ...progress of the system, 12 Mech Bde personnel interviewed by the magazine reported problems with the ergonomics of the manpack radio harnesses, problems installing equipment into Challenger 2 main battle tanks (MBTs), short battery life, snagging cables and VHF radio antennas breaking.
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    Consider a hypothetical combat net VHF terrestrial system with the following characteristics: Rtr =25 km, Nor = Nod , Gtr =Grt = Gtj = 0 dBi (typical VHF radio antennas ), SNRr =6 dB (arbitrarily chosen middle-of-the- road value), !tr =!td = 2, Gjt =0 dBi...