Our VHF/UHF broadband antennas for 118-174, 225-450 or 100-512 MHz are center–fed, coaxial sleeve dipoles, sealed within durable fiberglass radomes. Internal elements are brass tubing for maximum conductivity and dependability. A broadband choking circuit enables the antenna to operate independent of a ground plane on vehicles, shelters, buildings, masts and onboard ships.
Shakespeare is known as the world standard in offshore HF communications, with unequaled shipboard performance, corrosion resistance and strength. Construction features include parallel copper ribbons or conductors embedded around the circumference of quality, parallel-fiber fiberglass. Power inputs to 5 kW. Marine-grade mounts adapt to any angled surface with sure locking.
Our Manpack series offers wideband communications spanning VHF and UHF frequencies, suitable for SDR radios. Dipole design means that the antennas will operate efficiently without need for a ground plane. Rugged and compact, they keep units within command reach and mission-ready. Among available features are flexible goosenecks and tape technology for freedom of movement.
Shakespeare masts meet demanding requirements for tactical/general communications systems, civil defense, disaster preparedness, police and emergency work, under challenging environmental conditions. Push-up and pneumatic extension types are available, attaining maximum heights of up to 59 ft. Fast and easy on-site setup makes our masts essential.