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FM radome antenna
Equipped with a rugged radome for protection against ice and harsh weather, the economical DCR-T-R antenna brings the benefits of Dielectric's FM ring-style series to low-power applications. Along with all radiating elements, the kit comes complete with jumpers and power dividers for fast installation. The antenna is ideal for Class A and B stations, circularly polarized, branch fed, field-adjustable to any FM channel from 88-108MHz, IBOC compatible, and low VSWR. It has a power rating up to 1kW with 7-16 DIN input per bay, and features high-impact ABS radome enclosing each bay, and lightweight, all-aluminum construction.
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