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Vertical antennas are omnidirectional, meaning they receive signals from all directions. This can be a great feature when operating in emergency conditions, or when wanting to send a signal to multiple areas of the world. The negative impact of a vertical is that they can be very “noisy” due to those very same signals. Verticals are single element and as the name suggests, the element points vertically. Verticals generally do not offer gain, nor do they reject signals, like a dipole or Yagi would.
Our sales and engineering team are out of the office this week for Dayton's annual Hamvention! We will be answering calls and emails remotely as best as we can and might not be getting back to you until the week of May 23rd.
We now have all the parts for the electronic controllers in-house, and we anticipate rapidly catching up to our backlog. This will also have a significant effect towards reducing our lead-times for new orders.
We have had many challenges at SteppIR during these unprecedented times, and we are a very proud company as we emerge stronger than ever - we could not be in the position we are without you, our fantastic customers.
See you at Hamvention!