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The Alaskan antenna is meant for those who live in the higher lattitudes and need a little more gain. For us mere mortals who live in the lower 48 of the US, the Alaskan is overkill. It is heavy and more cumbersome. Get the 146/437-10 flavor of your choosing. I get calls from customers who wish they had gotten the 146/437-10. A word to the wise. Bigger is not always better.

Alaskan Arrow II Satellite Antenna Drawing
Alaskan Arrow II Satellite Antenna Photo Model 146/437-14W shown above. Please note that this is the old version. The new one is different in element length and spacing on the 440 side.

"BP" Stands for Back Pack - Two-piece Boom - Split boom.
The Arrow II line of Antennas has been engineered to provide maximum gain and efficiency in the smallest practical size & weight.
Only About 25 oz. (split boom add 1 oz.)
Aluminum Arrow Shafts are used for elements.
The 2 in-line Gamma Matches (shown below) are pre-assembled & pre-tuned. One connector for VHF and one for UHF. Only female BNC is available.
(Diplexer & Cables included with 10W Models only).
The Boom is 3/4" square (with rounded corners) and 63" long.
Model BP Split Boom longest part is less than 22 inches long. The boom is split in two places.
Note the big black foam grip for comfortable holding.
Under the foam grip, the boom is drilled & tapped with a 1/4-20 hole for most camera tri-pods.
Boom & elements all have plastic tips for safety.
Because the antenna is hand held, power should be kept to less than 10 watts maximum. If mounted, maximum power is 150 watts.
146/437-14 with Solid Boom. This antenna is best suited for use with an AZ/EL rotor. Max power in this use is 150 watts. Away from people for safety. (FREE U.S. SHIPPING)
146/437-14BP with Split Boom- - - (Will fit in the Optional Roll up Bag.) (FREE U.S. SHIPPING)
146/437- 14W- with Solid Boom and Duplexer. This antenna is best suited for use with an AZ/EL rotor and an HT (Max power 10 watts due to the duplexer).
146/437-14WBP with Split Boom and Duplexer- - - (FREE U.S. SHIPPING)(Will fit in the Optional Roll up Bag.)
Male SMA to BNC Adaptor - - To Connect BNC Cables to your SMA equipped Radio (Some Yaesu and ICOM radios.)
Female SMA to BNC Adaptor - - To Connect BNC Cables to your SMA equipped Radio (Wouxon and Baofeng and some Yaesu radios.)
Male SMA Duplexer instead of BNC - - This charge is to include a MALE SMA duplexer instead of BNC. Please note that we don't offer female SMA. Please check carefully to ensure that you are ordering what your radio requires. This requires ordering a 146/437-14W or 146/437-14WBP above. (FREE U.S. SHIPPING)
Arrow II Mounting Bracket (FREE U.S. SHIPPING)
Permanent Mounting Bracket for Alaskan Arrow or other Arrow II Antennas
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Duplexer for 146/437-10 Satellite Antenna (10 Watts Max.)
Q. I have a Full Duplex, Dual Band Radio with a built in duplexer, why do I need another Duplexer ?

A. That is why, Your Radio only has one Connector, the Antenna has two. (1 for VHF & 1 for UHF)
The 10WDuplexer allows you to hear the down link while you are transmitting.
It also has the coax cables to connect your radio to the antenna.

Q. What is the maximum power that can be transmitted through the Arrow II Satellite Antenna?

A. Maximum power is 150 watts without the duplexer and 10 watts with the duplexer.

Q. What is the gain of this antenna?

A. Click here to read about gain.

What is it ? And How to cut your boom to make it a Split Boom or Buy One.


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