User Manual for AKG SRA2 EW Passive Directional Wide-Band UHF Antenna Click to enlarge the picture
Contents of the user manual for the AKG SRA2 EW Passive Directional Wide-Band
- Product category: Antennas AKG
- Brand: AKG
- Description and content of package
- Technical information and basic settings
- Frequently asked questions – FAQ
- Troubleshooting (does not switch on, does not respond, error message, what do I do if...)
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Product description The AKG SRA2 EW is a passive directional UHF antenna designed for use with wireless microphones and in-ear monitoring systems to compensate for cable loss in transmitting and receiving applications. It provides a total antenna gain of 6 dB without requiring power, and is ideal for short cable runs up to 33'. The antenna operates in ultra-wide frequency range from 470 to 952 MHz, which makes it compatible with a wide variety of receivers. It also offers a covering angle of 70° to reduce unwanted radio signals. Equipped with a waterproof construction, the SRA2 B/EW is well suited for outdoor applications in extreme weather. The unit ships with a universal thread adapter to mount on floor stands with 3/8" or 5/8" screws.
In the Box AKG SRA2 EW Passive Directional Wide-Band UHF Antenna (470 to 952 MHz) Universal Thread Adapter Limited 2-Year Warranty Table of Contents
- Key Features
- Works as a transmitting and receiving antenna for wireless mics and in-ear monitoring
- Passive technology requires no powering
- For short cable lengths up to 33'
- Operates in ultra-wide frequency range from 470 to 952 MHz for universal use
- 70° covering angle to reduce unwanted radio signals
- 6 dB antenna gain for long-distance applications
- Water-resistant construction to withstand extreme weather conditions
- Includes universal thread adapter to mount on floor stands with 3/8" or 5/8" screws
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AKG 3009H00170 Specs
| General || Switching Bandwidth (From/To): 470 to 952 MHz |
Antenna Gain: 4.5 dBi
Covering Angle: 70°
| Antenna Output || Amount: 1 |
Note: RF output (50 Ohms)
Recommended Load Impedance: 50 Ohms
| Design || Body: Plastic |
| Dimensions (L x H x W) || 9.4 x 9.1 x 1.0" / 240.0 x 230.0 x 26.0 mm |
| Weight || 8.8 oz / 250.0 g |
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|Subject: Location vs Reception|
|Date: 10.06.2021 10:33:05||Name: Spencer|
|Does location and do obstacles affect reception? I have two antenna (I suspect one for Mic and one for Headset Transmitter?) located in back of pressbox with LoS through double pane (argon) insulated gas windows. When shut, sensitivity registers as low or non existent. When open, opposite. Standing between the mic and the antenna also decreases reception. Should I move the antenna out front above the windows and below the roof line? Would increased height work even better (on top of the roof on a 4' - 5' pole?)?|
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