Jampro Arrives at Radio Show With Antennas in Tow

Full line of antennas, combiners and filters to be on display September 21, 2016

NASHVILLE, Tenn.—The 2016 Radio Show is getting underway, and Jampro will be set up at booth 25 with its full slate of antennas, combiners and filters for attendees to check out.

Among the gear that Jampro will be displaying is its JCPB Broadband FM antenna, a side-mount antenna, broadband version of its Penetrator. The JCPB features VSWR and bandwidth, as well as being available with radomes for durability. The antenna’s bays consist of Penetrator style radiating element supported by steel mounting brackets; standard round leg mounting brackets are also included. Silver plated inner conducted connectors are also available.

The J3YF 3 Element Yagi antenna is also at the show and is available in two models, a medium and high power FM stacked array that accommodates bands from 87.5–108 MHz. These directional antennas can be used for vertical or horizontal polarization to set up systems having directional, semi-directional and Omni directional diagrams.

Jampro is also planning to show its JFWD Band II Dipole antenna, which features a frequency range of 88–108 MHz with vertical polarization and a maximum power of 300 W, and its Java Broadband Log Periodic FM Band II antenna designed for high gain directional applications and is available on any standard FM channel.

The 2016 NAB Radio Show is will run through Sept. 23 in Nashville, Tenn.

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