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PAR Electronics completes sale of their RF-ID UHF antenna to Omni-ID

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  1. W4OP

    W4OP Ham Member QRZ Page

    Omni -ID Rochester, NY, England and China has completed the purchase of PAR's OA-433 horizontal Omni.
    Omni-ID (https://www.omni-id.com/) is a leading supplier of RF-ID systems. They cited the OA-433's best in industry azimuth pattern and freedom from common mode mast/feedline radiation as the criteria for purchasing the design. The antennas will be manufactured in China for distribution through out the world.

    The OA-433 was part of PAR's line of horizontally polarized omnidirectional antennas. PAR still manufactures the amateur versions from 6M through 70cM. Unlike other 'loop' designs, the Omniangles feature a near perfect azimuth pattern with no mast common mode and a built in balun to attenuate coaxial feedline common mode. Azimuth patterns and technical specifications are on their site at: http://www.parelectronics.com/omnis.php
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  2. W1YW

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    Looks like a STRANDBEEST.....

    GL with the antennas Dale:)

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  3. N8CBX

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    Very cool, Dale
    Jan N8CBX
     
  4. W4POT

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    I see one of those antennas on the local swap meet tables. I wonder if I should buy it now so I can say I got one before the "made in China" versions were released? ;)
     
  5. KA0HCP

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    Well, if you are buying commercial band antennas, yes. This sale is unrelated to amateur products as stated in the original post.
     
  6. NL7W

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    Congrats on your success! Innovation and hard work pays off. :)
     
  7. W5COV

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    Congratulations Dale on your success in this commercial development . All the best to you and Elaine , my friend.
    GOD BLESS.
    73 , de W5COV , Charlie
     
  8. KC7JNJ

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    My 6meter model works great!
     
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  9. W4KVW

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    I have owned & used (2) of the PAR OA-50 antennas over the years & they performed great on my mobile setups.PAR is a great company to deal with as well.

    Clayton
    W4KVW
     
  10. WB6JNN

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    Actually, this antenna is cut for 433.925 MHz and is identical to the 70cm version. I know because I bought some many years ago for an RFID project the company I worked for at the time installed. I selected the PAR unit for the project and used them in pairs to provide more or less omni-polar performance as well as omni-directional coverage. 433.925 is a common Part 15 Low Power device frequency, by the way.

    Jim WB6JNN
     

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