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The discone antenna is used for many radio communication applications from radio scanning and monitoring for the commercial or military services to the home scanner enthusiasts.

The Discone antenna was invented and patented by Armig G.Kandoian of New York in 1943. The invention relates to radio antennas and in particular to broadband antennas for operation at UHF. The objective of his invention was to build an antenna for UHF in aircraft communications.

NOPart No.Frequency (GHz)Typical Gain (dBi)Typical VSWRConnectorRadomeCategoryPolarisationData Sheet
1

DC-0.04-0.5-SL-NF

0.04 to 0.51 to 7< 2.5:1N FemaleNoDisconeSingle Linear
2

DC-0.08-0.5-SL-NF

0.08 to 0.51 to 7< 2.5:1N FemaleNoDisconeSingle Linear
3

DC-0.08-1-SL-NF

0.08 to 11 to 7< 2:1N FemaleNoDisconeSingle Linear
4

DC-0.2-0.6-SL-NF

0.2 to 0.61 to 5< 2:1N FemaleNoDisconeSingle Linear
5

DC-0.2-2-SL-NF

0.2 to 21 to 6< 2:1N FemaleNoDisconeSingle Linear
6

DC-0.5-3-SL-NF

0.5 to 31 to 6< 2:1N FemaleNoDisconeSingle Linear
7

DC-0.5-4-SL-NF

0.5 to 41 to 6< 2:1N FemaleNoDisconeSingle Linear
8

DC-0.8-6-SL-NF

0.8 to 61 to 6< 2:1N FemaleNoDisconeSingle Linear
9

DC-1-4-SL-NF

1 to 42 to 6< 2:1N FemaleNoDisconeSingle Linear
10

DC-1-6-SL-NF

1 to 61 to 5< 2:1N FemaleNoDisconeSingle Linear
11

DC-1-8-SL-NF

1 to 81 to 6.5< 2:1N FemaleNoDisconeSingle Linear
12

DC-2-8-SL-NF

2 to 81 to 6< 2:1N FemaleNoDisconeSingle Linear
13

DC-2-12-SL-SF

2 to 121 to 5< 2:1SMA FemaleNoDisconeSingle Linear
14

DC-4-18-SL-SF

4 to 181 to 5< 2:1SMA FemaleNoDisconeSingle Linear
15

DC-4-40-SL-NF

4 to 401 to 7< 2:1SMA FemaleNoDisconeSingle Linear