Double Quad Propfräse 5,8ghz polarisiert RHCP RP-SMA male

Item number: AR37

Propfräse:

MADE IN GERMANY, Handmade, the professional antenna

Technical specifications:

- Frequency range: 5.8 GHz
- 5500-6000MHz
- Cable: Aircell 5 LowLoss
- Weight: approx. 13gr
- Total length: approx. 85mm
- Connection: RP SMA-male
- Suitable for TX and RX
- Total gain: 2.32 dBic
- Antennas Designer: Timo Hochhaus

Category: Double quad Propfräse

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starting from 23,99 €

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Shipping time: 2 - 3 workdays



Description

Handmade, and individually measured, High quality FPV antennas made by TIMO HOCHHAUS

Package contents:

- 1x Double Quad Proportion RHCP RP SMA-male Extra stable glued!

It was specially designed for FPV Racing.
Very stable with extra "DICKEN" stable SMA plug!

I place very great care on wire lengths and alignment.
Each antenna is handmade and measured with nearly SWR 1.

A special design and adapted wire lengths ensure an optimal stable image.
Dead angles were very much reduced, the result is an antenna, which even in very difficult situations still very well.

For flights in the forest ... Flights in the park ... Gravity flights ... long range ...

Are they tired of breaking the antenna often at the SMA plug?
Very good, then you are here RIGHT!

The SMA plug is about 6mm thick at the top and very sturdy.
It is very difficult to destroy the SMA plug in "normal conditions"!

It can be used for TX and RX.

It can be installed standing upwards!


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Product weight: 0,01 Kg

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5 from 5 Excellent antennas

The Double Quad is a truly well made antenna with great performance and great durability. The design looks as though it could be damaged easily, but it is rugged, even down to the connection. This is no mass production antenna, and it is worth the higher cost

., 05.03.2019
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