A 2003-UHF

Passive directional antenna
$ 279.95
plus applicable sales tax – free shipping
Article No. 003658

Overview

Passive directional antenna. Transmitting and receiving
antenna.
Frequency range: 450-960 MHz
Apex angle: approx. 100°
Front-to-back ratio: ≥ 14 dB


Technical Data

  • Impedance
    50 Ohm
  • Connector
    BNC
  • Pick-up pattern
    directional
  • Frequency range
    450 - 960 MHz
  • Antenna gain
    4 dBi
  • Opening angle
    +- 50 degrees

FAQ

  • How do I mount a larger remote mount antenna?

    The larger remote mount antennas (A2003-UHF and A1031-U) by Sennheiser utilize the standard 3/8" and 5/8" threaded connections and so can be mounted on a typical microphone stand.

    NOTE: Antennas should be a minimum of 11 feet apart.

    Alternatively if the antenna needs to be mounted to a surface (wall, ceiling, etc) you can use a mounting bracket like the WM1 or the GZP10 & GZG1029.

    NOTE: Antennas should be mounted at least 24 inches off the wall or ceiling.



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Downloads

  • Instruction Manual
    • Instruction manual A 2003-UHF (150 KB) Download

  • Technical Drawings
    • Outline dimensions A 2003-UHF (DXF) (780 KB) Download

    • Outline dimensions A 2003-UHF (SAT) (500 KB) Download

  • EU Declaration of Conformity
    • EU Declaration of conformity A 2003-UHF (310 KB) Download

WARNING (for California residents only): This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects and other reproductive harm. For more information go to: www.p65warnings.ca.gov.