Antennas (RAMI, etc)

Showing 1–12 of 56 results

RAMI AV-925 Airborne Communications

$2,245.00
The AV-925 antenna was developed to be used with airborne FM transceivers. It is typically used in first responder type aircraft providing a single antenna solution for multiband transceivers. It has met DO-160G, Section 8, Category U requirements for robust vibration and is qualified for installation on helicopters with unknown related rotor frequencies. It is also qualified to perform as a 406 MHz ELT antenna, and is well suited for this function on higher speed, fixed wing aircraft.

RAMI AV-924HS Airborne Communications | Special Use

$1,700.00
The AV-924HS antenna was developed to be used with airborne FM transceivers typically used in first responder type aircraft providing a single antenna solution for the multiband transceivers. This antenna operates at VHF and UHF frequencies. It meets DO-160G, section 8, Category U requirements for robust vibration and is qualified for installation on helicopters with unknown related rotor frequencies. The AV-924HS meets the environmental requirements for flight speeds up to Mach 1 and supersedes the AV-924 part number. It is the same form, fit and function.

RAMI AV-701 General Aviation ELT Antenna

$900.00
This general aviation antenna is intended for use with an ELT (Emergency Locator Transmitter). It is a passive single port three frequency aircraft blade antenna, designed for high speed aircraft. The circuit Board Housing is made from Polycarbonate. This antenna operates at VHF and UHF frequencies.

RAMI AV-931 Diplexer

$675.75
The AV-931 Diplexer can be used with airborne multi-band FM transceivers. The device is designed to provide two separate frequency band ports (typically going to a multi-band transceiver) from a single port multi band antenna.

RAMI AV-930 Diplexer

$575.00
The AV-930 diplexer can be used with airborne multiband FM transceivers. The device is designed to provide two separate frequency band ports (typically going to a multiband transceiver) from a single port multiband antenna.

RAMI AV-928 Diplexer

$575.00
The AV-928 diplexer can be used with airborne multiband FM transceivers. The device is designed to provide two separate frequency band ports (typically going to a multiband transceiver) from a single port multiband antenna.

RAMI AV-927 Diplexer

$575.00
The AV-927 diplexer can be used with airborne multiband FM transceivers. The device is designed to provide two separate frequency band ports (typically going to a multiband transceiver) from a single port multiband antenna.

RAMI AV-926 Triplexer

$565.00
The AV-926 triplexer can be used with airborne multiband FM transceivers. The device is designed to provide three separate frequency band ports (typically going to a multiband transceiver) from a single port multiband antenna.

RAMI AV-929 Diplexer

$475.00
The AV-929 diplexer can be used with airborne multiband FM transceivers. The device is designed to provide two separate frequency band ports (typically going to a multiband transceiver) from a single port multiband antenna.

RAMI AVT-4 Airborne Communications | VHF

$460.00
The AVT-4 is a broad-band VHF communications antenna. It incorporates a low drag blade housing design for high strength and a radiating element encapsulated in rigid polyurethane foam. The housing is finished with a Skydrol resistant white polyurethane paint and comes with mounting hardware and neoprene mounting pad. The antenna is designed to operate at speeds up to 350 mph and altitudes of 50,000 ft. It has a drag force of 0.85 lb. @ 250 mph.

RAMI AV-402 Airborne ELT Antenna

$435.00
This antenna is intended for use with an ELT (Emergency Locator Transmitter) for general aviation.  It is a passive three frequency fiberglass rod whip antenna, designed for low speed aircraft (up to 350 knots).

RAMI AV-401 Airborne ELT Antenna

$425.00
This antenna is intended for use with an ELT (Emergency Locator Transmitter) for general aviation. It is a passive three frequency fiberglass rod whip antenna, designed for low speed aircraft (up to 350 knots).