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WiNRADiO Communications
WiNRADiO AX-12B Wide-Band Surveillance Antenna System
WiNRADiO Communications
WiNRADiO AX-12B Wide-Band Surveillance Antenna System
£7,440.00 (£6,200.00 exc. VAT)
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Product code:AX-12B
Brand:WiNRADiO Communications

Recognizing the need for an antenna which would reconcile contradictory requirements of wide frequency coverage and high performance, with simplicity of deployment and low cost, WiNRADiO has developed the AX-12B antenna.The AX-12B is a compact wide-band antenna system ("three antennas in one"), specifically designed for quick deployment for SIGINT and other defence and government surveillance, as well as for civilian monitoring applications.The antenna is based on an elevated feed monopole, with additional construction elements extending the frequency range to 0.15 MHz at the bottom end, and 1500 MHz at the top end. The antenna is light-weight, easy to construct, occupying minimum storage space when transported. No maintenance is required.The antenna can be deployed elevated, on the ground, or even on sites subjected to flooding, and still be relied on to deliver top performance.While designed to be entirely general-purpose and performing well with any third-party equipment, the WiNRADiO AX-12B Wide-Band Antenna System is especially suitable for the WiNRADiO MS-8118/G3 Series of multichannel receivers and the WiNRADiO WA-811 series of antenna distribution units. Integrated with these units, the AX-12B represents an essential part of a compact multichannel surveillance system offering an unbeatable performance at a surprisingly low price.

The AX-12B antenna comes as a complete easy-to-assemble kit. Installation is typically achieved by two men in one hour, without special tools or expertise.

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