Pasternack launched its premier line of commercial marine-grade ship/boat RF antennas, specifically designed for the harshest marine environments.
Offering high performance for sea-bound communications, the freshly released product range is a beacon for ship-to-ship correspondence, distress signal transmission and harbor chatter.
Pasternack’s cutting-edge marine antennas operate within the vital marine frequency band of 156 to 163 MHz and CB-27 MHz, 10 m-HAM, offering clear, continuous connectivity on the open sea.
With their versatile mounting options, integrating these antennas into any sea vessel’s design is a breeze. The trio of mount types are designed for the most effective marine use, providing outstanding flexibility.
Pasternack’s marine-grade antennas boast top-tier features like weather resistance, rated IP67 for water intrusion, ensuring enduring resilience. With an array of antenna lengths to choose from, signal performance can be customized to suit individual needs.
The GPS capabilities include L1 band and multiband capacities and a gain of 28 dBi, promising dependable navigation. Constructed with top-grade stainless steel or fiberglass materials, these antennas promise lasting durability and unparalleled performance.
“With the launch of our new commercial marine-grade antennas, we are elevating marine communications to new heights. These antennas not only offer unmatched connectivity within the vital marine frequency band but provide unprecedented versatility for easy integration into any sea vessel’s design,” said Kevin Hietpas, product line manager.