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When we say match we mean electrical impedance match... if the proper impedances are not maintained between transmitter and antenna, power is reflected back away from the antenna and back into the transmitter! This can cause the final amplifier stage to be damaged, not to mention a spurious signal and lousy range.
In real commercial transmitter installations, it is not uncommon for the antenna matching equipment to actually be larger in size than the whole transmitter itself!
Our antenna kit consists of rugged pre-cut PVC pipe, antenna radiating elements and of course the proper matching assembly and is fully water-resistant when assembled.
The antenna is easily mounted to any standard TV antenna mast like you can find at Radio Shack or K-Mart. A standard ?F? style coax connector is used, so that readily available, low cost RG-59 TV coaxial cable can be used for connection. And we even supply an RCA phono to F Male adapter for easy connection to any transmitter antenna jack.
Total length of the antenna is about 5 feet, and it is easily mounted horizontally or vertically polarized - yes, we even explain in the manual the pluses and minuses for each.
Maximum input power is now 25 watts. If you're serious, and want a good signal, the TM-100 antenna is for you. You can put this antenna together in less than an evening! Used with the R-FM10A, R-FM25 or R-FM100.
We offer the manual in Adobe Acrobat PDF format right here! The manual is complete, with the exception of the schematics.
Tru-Match FM Broadcast Antenna Kit - 25 watts max input
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