Williams Sound ANT005 - Remote Coaxial Antenna for 72-76 MHz PPA Transmitters

Williams Sound ANT005 - Remote Coaxial Antenna for 72-76 MHz PPA Transmitters

Williams Sound ANT005 - Remote Coaxial Antenna for 72-76 MHz PPA Transmitters

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  • For Use with PPA T45, PPA T45NET
  • PPA T27 Transmitters
  • Total Cable Length: 22'
  • Active Antenna Length: 80"
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The Williams Sound ANT005 is a 22' coaxial antenna designed to be used with any personal PA system or large-area FM transmitter that operates at 72 to 76 MHz. It provides the system with a maximum operating range.

  • For Use with: PPA T45,PPA T45NET, PPA T27 transmitters
  • Connector Type: F-connector
  • Cable Type: RG 59 coax
  • Nominal Impedance: 75 Ohms
  • Total Cable Length: 22'
  • Active Antenna Length: 80"
  • Compatible with optional 50' antenna extension
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Williams Sound ANT005 - Remote Coaxial Antenna for 72-76 MHz PPA Transmitters
  • Limited 90-Day Warranty
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    Williams Sound ANT005 specs

    For Use with Transmitters:
    PPA T45
    PPA T45NET
    PPA T27
    Connector Type F-connector
    Cable Type RG 59 coax
    Nominal Impedance 75 Ohms
    Total Cable Length 22.0' / 6.7 m
    Antenna Length Active Antenna Length: 80.0" / 203.2 cm
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.7 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.2 x 6.2 x 1.9"

    Williams Sound ANT005 reviews

    ANT005 - Remote Coaxial Antenna for 72-76 MHz PPA Transmitters is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy installation and much improved range This remote antenna greatly improved the range of our transmitter. We use the PPA transmitter for those in our congregation needing translation. Using the provided antenna screwed into the top of the transmitter our range was only 1/3 of our meeting area. We climbed in the attic and put this down next to the wall of our meeting area. Easy to do. We now have coverage of the entire building. Our building is made of bricks. The signal used to have to go through at least one brick wall to get to those wearing the headsets. This antenna now lays on the rafters above the brick walls. The headsets can now receive the transmissions throughout all of our meeting area (instead of only 1/3 of it) plus all hallways and restrooms. They can even hear from inside of some of the classrooms around our building. I would say that even if this were to be laying on the ground near the transmitter, it would give better range than the provided antenna. This purchase and effort to place this remote antenna was well worth the time, effort, and payment.
    Date published: 2017-02-21
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