COLOUR Stacked Dipoles: Dark Grey (RAL 7021)
MAST: Silvery White
DIMENSIONS Length: 3000 mm Width: 400 mm
WEIGHT Approx. 16 kg
MOUNT TYPE Fixed Tube Mounting Bracket (included)
MOUNTING PLACE On Mast (Ø 27 – 60 mm), mast included
MATERIALS Corrosion-resistant Aluminum (6063-T5), Polypropylene, Copper and PE
SURVIVAL WIND SPEED 50 m/s
OPERATING TEMPERATURE -50 °C to +85 °C
SERIAL NO. On product label
A stacked dipole antenna is a type of antenna configuration that consists of two or more dipole antennas stacked vertically on top of each other. The dipoles are usually separated by a small distance, typically a fraction of a wavelength, and are fed with a common feedline.
The main advantage of a stacked dipole antenna is that it provides high gain and directivity, making it well-suited for use in applications where long-range communication is required. By stacking multiple dipoles, the effective height of the antenna can be increased, which in turn increases the gain and directivity of the antenna.
Stacked dipole antennas are commonly used in radio and television broadcasting, as well as in satellite and radar systems. They can be designed to operate over a wide range of frequencies and can be optimized for specific applications.