Shively Labs Versa2une
The Versa2une low-power FM antenna is primarily available as a two-bay, 5kW package (inclusive of power divider and cables). It is a get on the air antenna system that can be included with transmitters as a packaged system. Versa2une can be tuned in the field without special skill or test equipment. The process consists of setting the basic radiator dimension for high-band (98-108 MHz) or low-band (87.5-98 MHz) operation, and then fine-tuning the radiator to frequency by adjusting the threaded tuning stubs (four in total, and all the same) to length using an included tuning chart.
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