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Arcadian Blog — IP66

Antenna that Works with BCD996XT Scanner

Posted by Michael Crudele on

Recently, we had a client reach out to us about part # WPD136M6C-001 in regards to setting up a BCD996XT scanner. They were looking to see if that specific antenna could be used with a base magnet or a bracket?   Firstly, I’d like to start off by explaining that BCD996XT is capable of scanning a range of frequencies from 2 MHz to 1300 MHz (see below). Unfortunately, our antenna part WPD136M6C-001 only covers the VHF (136-174 MHz), UHF (380-520 MHz), and P25 (760-870 MHz), so depending on what channels you are looking to monitor, this may – or may...

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Part # Similar to Part # NMO270SH

Posted by Michael Crudele on

Recently a client reached out to us at Arcadian Inc. to see if we sold an alternate part similar to Pulse’s NMO270SH multi-band whip antenna. The answer? Yes, we do.   We offer part # WPD136M6C-001, which is an antenna that also coves the 144-148 & 440-450 MHz range. It’s a bit more expensive, but it’s heavy-duty and has an IP rating of 66 meaning that it can withstand high volumes of dust and high levels of water from all sides. It also has excellent quality and RF performance, offering 3-6 dBi gain and 100 watts of input power.   To...

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Now Available - Laird WPD136M6C-001 for UHF, VHF, PMR & P25 communication

Posted by Michael Crudele on

Recently, we have had numerous inquiries for our WPD136M6C-001 Full Spectrum Multi-Band antenna, and I wanted to inform our customer base that WE HAVE THIS UNIT AVAILABLE – lead time is approximately 3-4 weeks to deliver to your dock. This antenna is MADE IN THE USA, and is excellent for any government, military, utility company, or public safety / LMR-land mobile radio application in the UHF and/or VHF range.     The WPD136M6C-001 is an IP66 rated, all in one, omnidirectional roof / NMO mount multi-band antenna that covers the following frequencies: 136-174, 380-520, and 760-870 MHz (which is inclusive...

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