Phase III 9dB 18' VHF 2-Piece Antenna (6018-R) by Shakespeare®. Good communication over the VHF Marine Band depends on antenna height, quality and dB Gain. This high performing Phase III™ marine antenna is a powerhouse providing all of those necessities in the rugged, high-strength, ethafoam spacer system, fiberglass radome for stability in high seas, high winds and high speeds.
|Design: Collinear-phased 1/2-wave elements with choking sleeve|
|Height: 18’ (5.48m)|
|Weight: 20 lbs (9 kg)|
|Gain: 8 dB|
|Connector Type: SO-239|
|Suggested Mounting: 409-R or 410-R|
|Boat Length: less than 22'|
|SWR: less than 1.5:1 at 156.8 MHz|
|Bandwidth: 3 MHz within 2.0:1 VSWR|
|Impedance: 50 ohms|
|Max Input Power: 150 W|
|DC grounding: No|
- Silver-plated outer conductor, copper inner conductor
- Stainless steel mounting sleeve
- Type SO-239 connector inside mounting sleeve for easy mounting and dismounting for stowage
- Suggested mount: Shakespeare Style 409-R or 410-R Mounting Kit
- Two sections: Base 110", Tip 110"
- Engineered to high standards
- High-grade design delivers extended lifespan
- Made with premium materials
Shakespeare is here with excellent products that are available at a competitive price. The company does its utmost to provide the best possible solutions for your needs. All products by Shakespeare are made with expert care and created by professionals to meet all your requirements. Shakespeare does not accept compromises when it is going about quality, so you can be sure that all products have only first-rate quality. With many years of manufacturing experience, Shakespeare is the name you can trust.
Today, Shakespeare® is a global antenna brand with a reputation for superior quality, performance and durability. With manufacturing and distribution centers in Asia, North America and Europe, Shakespeare is positioned to deliver excellent service to our customers worldwide. Shakespeare has a rich tradition serving both military and civilian customers globally, and offers customers high quality products that have been perfected through a strong collaboration with professionals, navies and coast guards since 1952.