Pasternack has launched its premier commercial marine-grade ship/boat RF antennas, particularly designed for harsh marine environments.
Providing high performance for sea-bound communications, the product range is a beacon for ship-to-ship correspondence, distress signal transmission and harbour chatter.
These cutting-edge marine antennas operate within the vital marine frequency band of 156MHz to 163MHz and CB-27MHz, 10m-HAM, delivering clear, continuous connectivity on the open sea.
Their versatile mounting options make incorporating these antennas into any sea vessel’s design easy. The trio of mount types are developed for the most effective marine use, providing excellent flexibility.
These marine-grade antennas provide top-tier features like weather resistance, rated IP67 for water intrusion, providing enduring resilience. With an array of antenna lengths to select from, signal performance can be customised to meet individual requirements.
The GPS capabilities include L1 band and multiband capacities and a gain of 28dBi, promising reliable navigation. These antennas are constructed with top-grade stainless steel or fibreglass materials and 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 offer unmatched connectivity within the vital marine frequency band and provide unprecedented versatility for easy integration into any sea vessel’s design,” said Kevin Hietpas, product line manager.