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VHF, UHF, TETRA and PMR antennas for Vehicle/Mobile

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VHF Mobile Antennas

 

Description

Frequency

Gain Type

0140

Low Band whip assembly

66-146 MHz

Unity

1/4

0139

High Band whip assembly

146-470 MHz

Unity

1/4

0157

1/4 whip and spring

66-470 MHz

Unity

1/4

0052

Hinged flexible 1/4 wave whip

146-470 MHz

Unity

1/4

0129

5/8 enclosed coil 3dB whip

146-170 MHz

3dBd

5/8

0195

Low Band base loaded 1/4 wave

 66-88 MHz

Unity

1/4

 

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UHF / TETRA Mobile Antennas

 

Description

Frequency

Gain

Type

0161

3dB open coil

380-470 MHz

3dBd

5/8

0162

3dB enclosed coil

380-470 MHz

3dBd

1/2 over 1/4

 




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Ground Plane Independent and MotorCycle Antennas

 

Frequency

Gain

Type

0056

380-470 MHz with spring

Unity

1/2

0058 TETRA

380-420 MHz

Unity

1/2

0058

420-470 MHz

Unity

1/2

0133

146-174 MHz

Unity

1/2

0134

146-174 MHz with spring

Unity

1/2

0135

174-225 MHz with spring

Unity

1/2

0080

174-225 MHz

Unity

1/2

 

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Glass Mount Mobile Antenna

 

Description

Frequency

Gain

0031

Decal type

VHF and UHF

Unity

0037-0039

On Glass

UHF

Unity

 

  

Glossary:

TETRA is a modern standard for digital Private Mobile Radio (PMR) and Public Access Mobile Radio (PAMR).

Work started on the development of the TETRA standards in 1990 and has relied on the support of the European Commission and the ETSI members. Experience gained in the development of the GSM cellular radio standard, as well as experience from the development and use of trunked radio systems has also been used to fashion the TETRA standard. In addition to this the process has gained from the co-operation of manufacturers, users, operators and industry experts. With this combined expertise the first standards were ready in 1995 to enable manufacturers to design their equipment to interoperate successfully.

TETRA allocates the channels to users on demand in both voice and data modes. Additionally national and multi-national networks are available and national and international roaming can be supported. For civil systems in Europe the frequency bands 410-430 MHz, 870-876 MHz / 915-921 MHz, 450-470 MHz, 385-390 MHz / 395-399.9 MHz, have been allocated for TETRA. Then for the emergency services in Europe the frequency bands 380-383 MHz and 390-393 MHz have been allocated. In addition to this, the whole or appropriate parts of the bands between 383-385 MHz and 393-395 MHz can be utilized.

Low speed packet data as well as circuit data modes are available, along with some form of encryption. The systems makes use of the available frequency allocations using Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) technology with four user channels on one radio carrier with 25 kHz spacing between carriers.

TETRA is available in almost every country in the world with the notable exception of North America where it is kept out by Motorola who refuse to licence key patents (on reasonable terms) for this market and also do not offer the technology themselves.

 


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