Low Profile External Atenna Kit, Meridian Model 00-19039-000 Magellan Systems on 2040-parts.com
Algoma, Wisconsin, United States
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Low Profile External Atenna Kit, Meridian Model 00-19039-000 by Magellan Systems Corporation.
- External Antenna w/Cable
- 3 Screws and Washers
- Pole Mount Adapter 1" diameter 14 tpi pole not included
PART NUMBER: 00-19039-000
NSN NUMBER: 5985014264709
MFG P/N: 5985014264709
MFG: MAGELLAN SYSTEMS CORP
Overall height: 0.625 inches nominal
Frequency rating: 1575.420 megahertz nominal single antenna element
Overall diameter: 3.000 inches nominal
Beam scanning method: oscillating single antenna element
Mounting method: threaded base or threaded hole
Power gain in decibels: 14.00 single antenna element
Furnished items: mounting kit and gasket and mounting hardware
Mounting hole quantity: 3
Radiation pattern: omnidirectional single antenna element
Design type: circular array single antenna element
Terminal type: cable w/connector single antenna element
Special features: beacon rcvr; pole or surface mounted; pole mount 1in dia/14 tpi; 5 vdc
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