FM Broadband Antennas From ADBL

AlanDick Broadcast plans to unveil the Java broadband log periodic FM band II antenna at IBC2013.

The Java broadband log periodic FM antenna system, which the company says is suitable for high-gain directional applications, is available on any standard FM channel (87.5 to 107.9 MHz).

Produced from either rugged aluminum or hot dipped galvanized steel, Java is suitable for extreme conditions and environments. Custom directional azimuth pattern and FCC certification is available on a full-scale test range to conform to the customer’s requirements.

In addition to manufacturing and selling antennas and combiners/filters, ADBL designs and builds towers and provides installation services, including site preparation, tower erection and foundation construction.

IBC stand: 8.B99
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