FM 200 CX Antenna

This new FM transmitter antenna "FM 200 CX" is based on a D-Pole design

which is tuned to the FM frequencies 88 MHz to 110 MHz.

No tuning by the user is required.

The impedance match is handled by a special balun designed by Techno Lab INC

and is hand made in the USA

This balun is even able to handle 300 watt p-p (peak power)

Countless hours of engineering work and final test driving has been invested to make this fine peace of equipment

The special aerodynamic design reduces the wind load so that even in harsh weather areas

your antenna will be more stable than other designs

100 % water proof this antenna can survive in any weather

Made completely out of no rust material this design will have a much longer live cycle than metal antennas

It is also much saver to have up to 200 watt handled by an antenna that does not

contain metal parts in the outside

to maintain safety standards

The FM 200 CX comes fully assembled.

Delivered with a professional high grade N female panel mount connector that will not come apart
even under the hardest movements of your antenna cable, this antenna can quickly
become an extra backup security factor for expensive FM transmitters and amplifiers

This antenna is NEMA 4 tested and sealed in every joint so that it is extraordinarily stable

Technical data:

Continuos power up to 200 watt

Frequency range: 88 MHz to 110 MHz

VSWR: less than 1.32

radiation pattern: 360 degree

Impedance: 50 Ohm

dimensions: 63 x 13 x 2 IN

weight: 4 lb.

The antenna comes with instructional user manual, and for best performance should be used with antenna cable LMR 240 or LMR 400.

(cable not included in price, but separate item available here)

Warranty: 2 years by Techno Lab INC Los Angeles

This antenna is manufactured by Techno Lab INC Los Angeles




$ 249.00 + $ 35.00 shipping
for all US regions


To order, click Storefront button to go to shopping cart; select "FM Broadcast Antennas"



Inquiries from outside the US, please email for shipping quote

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