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Azimuth Patterns for Shively FM Antennas
Off-the-Shelf Patterns

These off-the-shelf patterns are to be set up per pattern description.
  1. Horizontal parasitic lengths and positions will be determined by the frequency.
  2. All antenna distances from structure will be determined as follows:
    • Poles: to be determined by diameter of pole (antennas with radomes may require a pole minimum of 4-inch diameter).
    • Towers: recorded in (distance from tower) in remarks under pattern.
    • Rotation: Leg mounted antennas may be rotated up to 30° clockwise and 30° counterclockwise on leg.
    • Any changes from distance to tower, rotation, or pattern will require pattern work. Please contact Shively Sales Department with any questions.

Antenna Model

6815

6815-DA-001 Mounted on 3-to-8-inch pole 6815-DA-002 Leg or face-mount on 18-inch tower
6815-DA-003 Face mount on 36-inch tower 6815-DA-004 Leg mount on 36-inch tower
6815-DA-005 Leg or face-mount on 24-inch tower

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