9350 Automatic Tuning Whip Antenna
Codan’s internationally acclaimed 9350 Automatic Tuning Whip Antenna is designed for mobile operation with transceivers that have a large channel capacity.
The 9350 Antenna is constructed to withstand harsh ﬁeld and environmental conditions. It meets or exceeds the shock and vibrations requirement for MIL-STD-810.
Typically, the 9350 takes only a few seconds to tune to any frequency. It will seek the optimum tuning point for all operating conditions — this ensures the best communications possible.
The 9350 Antenna is constructed to withstand harsh fi eld
and environmental conditions. It meets or exceeds the shock
and vibrations requirement for MIL-STD-810.
Fast, optimum tuning
Typically, the 9350 takes only a few seconds to tune to any frequency
High radiation efficiency
The 9350 antenna has a comparably high rate of radiation efficiency, rated for maximum voice power of 125 watts PEP.
The whip antenna provides continuous tuning to any required frequency over the transmit/receive operating range of 2–30 MHz.
Two whips supplied
Two whip top sections are provided with the 9350 antenna – the primary whip encased in polyurethane covered fiberglass, and a shorter backup whip made from stainless steel.
Sensitive to weak signals
When in Scan or Free Tune Receiver mode, a broadband amplifier is activated. This makes the antenna sensitive to even the weakest signals over the entire frequency range.
Primary whip top: Transmit operation: 2–30 MHz
Secondary whip top: Transmit operation: 2.5–30 MHz
Receive-only: 250 kHz – 30 MHz
(Scan mode/Free Tune Receiver mode)
125 watts PEP (voice)
Static: 150 mA
Tuning: 1 A (12 V DC nominal —supplied
from the transceiver)
50 Ω: VSWR typically 1.5:1
–40 to +60°C
Typically 2 seconds
Size and weight
Primary whip: 2.47 m ; 5.8 kg
9350 Fibreglass Whip (1.6 m)
9350 Tapered Stainless Steel Whip (1.2 and 1.65 m)