Doug Lung /
04.17.2009 12:25 PM
ERI Debuts High-Band VHF Circular Polarized Antenna
ERI will be showing a new high band VHF circularly polarized panel antenna in its Central Hall booth C1307 at NAB. The CRUCIS antenna features a stainless steel reflector screen and brass and copper antenna elements. It can be configured for omnidirectional coverage or a wide range of directional patterns.

Other ERI TV broadcast products being introduced this year include a high band VHF version of the popular ALP series low power antenna and a new UHF switchless combiner design with power ratings up to 15 kW.



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