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Antennas

 

 Marti Electronics didn't invent the idea of using antennas, but we perfected it!

 

As part of our commitment to provide a full range of broadcast solutions, we've partnered with a number of industry leading companies to offer a complete line of general and special-purpose antennas. We have the right antenna for practically any application, from aviation use to magnetic whip antennas.

Mobile Magnetic Mount

Mobile Magnetic Mount

 Our line of high-gain omnidirectional magnetic mount antennas offer all you expect from Marti products: reliability, field-tested ruggedness and incredible value.

Mobile Fixed Mount

Mobile Fixed Mount

 Looking for a more permanent solution for your RPU antenna? Our mobile fixed-mount antennas are available in a wide range of frequencies and offer all the reliability and quality you've come to expect from Marti products.

Mic Stand Mount

Mic Stand Mount

 Provided with a high-quality aluminum ground plane, these stainless steel antennas mount on a standard microphone stand (not included) for portable operation.

Rubber Ducky

Rubber Ducky

 Rubber Ducky antennas are short, compact and rugged.

Yagi Directional

Yagi Directional

 One of the most widely recognized antenna designs, Yagi antennas direct almost all of their signal in one direction.

Aviation

Aviation

The antenna to use for general aviation. Meets FAA compliance standards.

Cellular

Cellular

 Antennas for your cellular application. Note that antennas vary depending upon cell carrier type!

Base Station

Base Station

 Marti base station antennas for all your RPU needs.

Parabolic Dish

Parabolic Dish

 Highly directional, parabolic antennas are high-gain reflector antennas used for both receiving and transmitting radio, television and data communications signals.

 

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