The VF-1 is a VHF Log Periodic Dipole Array used to receive VHF band signals from the UV-1G belt pack transmitters. The VF-1 is a directional antenna used to focus RF energy from one relative direction and should be used when forward gain and directivity is required. Using the VF-1 results in doubling the range of the belt pack transmit signals as compared to the supplied omnidirectional whip antenna.
The CP-1V VHF antenna is a leap forward in RF technology. It’s small footprint — only 18 inches square — performs more effectively than much larger antennas. A true circularly polarized antenna, it covers the entire VHF wireless microphone band of 174-216 MHz.
In performance tests, the CP-1V antenna exhibited fewer dropouts and greater overall range than its competitors.
The RF power handling of the CP-1V (5 watts) to make it practical for multi-transmitter systems including VHF in-ear monitor systems or a combined IFB systems. Its rugged, weather-resistance construction makes it suitable for outdoor use.
SWR: Nominally 2:1 or better over the entire band, 174-216 MHz.
Power handling: 5 watts.
Gain: 3 dBd, circular.
Cardiod pattern, -3 dB beamwidth: Approximately 100 degrees.
Front to back ratio: Approximately 20 dB.