Press Releases - E/M Wave, Inc. I Antenna Design & Engineering

Press Releases

October 09, 2018

E/M Wave, Inc. Now Offers Heavy Duty NMO Magnetic Mount

E/M Wave Inc., an antenna design, engineering, and manufacturing firm, is pleased to announce the release of the Heavy Duty Magnetic NMO mount, part number EM-MAG-058-HD & EM-MAG-195-HD. The magnetic mount operates on up to 1000 MHz and is specifically designed for lower frequency, large aperture antennas operating in the VHF and UHF bands. The

September 20, 2018

E/M Wave, Inc. Now Offers EM-B11410 7 Element Yagi Antenna

E/M Wave Inc., an antenna design, engineering, and manufacturing firm, is pleased to announce the release of the UHF 7 element Yagi antenna EM-B11410. The antenna operates on the 450-470 MHz frequencies and is designed for land mobile and public safety applications requiring highly directive, 10 dBi gain. The Yagi is equipped with UV resistant

August 06, 2018

E/M Wave, Inc. Now Offers VHF Portable Antennas

E/M Wave, Inc. is pleased to introduce a new line of VHF Portable Antennas including wide bandwidths and compatible OEM connectors for a variety of applications. These six models of E/M Wave VHF portable antennas cover frequency ranges from 118 MHz to 174 MHz, and provide OEM compatible alternates for Land Mobile Radio, Public Safety

April 12, 2018

E/M Wave, Inc. Now Offers EM-B11809 and EM-B11909 6-Element Yagis

E/M Wave, Inc., an antenna design, engineering, and manufacturing firm bringing the highest antenna value now offers two new directional 6-Element Yagis (700/800MHz & 900MHz). EM-B11809 operates on the 760-870 MHz frequencies for use in applications such as Public Safety, LMR, P25, TETRA, and DAS while EM-B11909 operates on the 890-960 MHz frequencies for similar

July 31, 2015

E/M Wave Introduces 30 MHz Wide Band VHF Antenna

E/M Wave continues innovative developments for the VHF LMR market by introducing the fixed frequency, “no tune”, wide band EMFLX-M10008-WB antenna, with an instantaneous operational frequency of 144-174 MHz. The antenna is planned for formal introduction at the International APCO 2015 Conference and Exhibition, Washington DC, and can be reviewed at E/M Wave booth #910.