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UAV Antennas feature direct mount capability.

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August 4, 2014 - Available in 5 models covering RF spectrum from 5–1,000 MHz, MRFS-6000 Series is provided already bonded to circular 1/8 in. thick vinylester FRP mount, complete with 6 mounting holes, facilitating installation on ground or air platforms. Antennas are annular-slot designs and are vertically polarized with omnidirectional azimuth pattern. Suited for SIGINT and COMINT applications on UAV platforms, covert antennas are flush mounted, producing almost zero aerodynamic drag.

Mountain RF Sensors, Inc.

2962 NW 60th St., Fort Lauderdale, FL, 33309, USA

Original Press Release

Mountain RF Sensors, Inc. Introduces Direct Mount UAV Antennas

Press release date: July 31, 2014

Mountain RF Sensors is now offering the MRFS-6000 series antennas with a direct-mount capability. The antenna is provided already bonded to a circular 1/8” thick vinylester FRP mount, complete with 6 mounting holes, greatly simplifying installation on ground or air platforms.

The MRFS-6000 series antennas are annular-slot designs that provide wide frequency coverage exceeding a decade. They are vertically polarized with an omnidirectional azimuth pattern. The flush mounting produces almost zero aerodynamic drag, outperforming blade and whip style antennas.

The antennas are covert, giving little clue as to the purpose or frequency range. Combined with small size and low weight, the antennas are ideal for SIGINT and COMINT applications on UAV platforms. Five models are offered to cover the RF spectrum from 5 MHz to 1,000 MHz. 

For additional information, call 954-968-6566 or visit our website at: www.MountainRF.com

Mountain RF Sensors, Inc. designs and Manufactures radio frequency products for government, military, communications, signals intelligence, search and rescue, vessel traffic systems, air traffic control, spectrum management and UAV applications. Products include radio direction finders, receivers and amplified splitters.

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