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Radiall designs and manufactures radio antennas for military and defense applications, from soldier radios to military vehicles. We specialize in handheld radio antennas, manpack radio antennas, vehicular antennas and LMR/PMR antennas. Keep reading to learn about each one.

Handheld Radio Antennas

This range includes all types of antennas integrated on soldier radios. The antennas cover VHF, UHF, L and S bands from 30 MHz to 3 GHz and can be offered as multiband. Radiall’s handheld radio antennas are available in overmolded whip or blade form factors. It is possible to attach a gooseneck to the antenna or a sealing foot at the base of the antenna.

Manpack Radio Antennas

Soldiers use manpack radios to communicate during tactical operations. Radiall offers a wide range of tactical communications antennas (VHF/ UHF/L/S Band) dedicated to manpack radios. Several form factors are available including whip, blade and plastic overmolded. These antennas are available as mono-band or multi-band and can withstand harsh environmental conditions (IP67/68, salt, fog, vibrations) per MIL-STD-810G.

Vehicular Antennas

Vehicular antennas are radio communication antennas that can be integrated on any kind of military vehicle. They cover frequency bands from 225 MHz to 2.4 GHz, including the UHF band. We offer vehicular antennas in a robust tubular form factor that can be mounted on a standard NATO base. Multiband versions are also available. Our vehicular antennas have been tested per MIL-STD-810G.

LMR and PMR Antennas

LMR and PMR antennas are used by policemen, fireman, security guards and others for private mobile radio communication. These robust solutions utilize an overmolded form factor. They cover frequency bands from 380 to 490 MHz (TETRA band) and can be offered as multiband, with the option to include GPS. We offer quarter wave antennas with a monopole design.

Discover Radiall’s comprehensive range of antenna solutions.

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