Radio Antenna Relocation Bracket Assembly Antenna Installation Considerations Vest Antenna Bracket, VHF/7-800/GPS MODEL NUMBER: VTAB-SF-B VERIFY: 1. Parts List: The package includes an antenna mount assembly installed on a MALICE clip for attachment on a tactical operation vest. Included is approximately 3ft of cable with a screw-in connector assembly for the radio. Use only the components supplied with the antenna system. 2. Frequency and Bandwidth: The frequency is determined by the radio and antenna used. The bandwidth varies depending on the frequency. INSTALLATION: 3. Placement: Select a desired location on the vest for the antenna; 4. How to install:. Open the MALICE clip and slide the cable through the appropriate loop locations on the vest 5. Run Cable: The cable kit has a screw-in radio connector already installed. Run the cable to the radio and screw the connector in to the radio antenna connector. 6. Cable Cutting: DO NOT CUT THE CABLE. CI-551 Page 1 of 2 REV 000 2003 STI-CO INDUSTRIES, INC., 11 Cobham Drive, Orchard Park, NY 14127-4187 Technical Support: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 1-716-662-2680 Fax: 1-800-685-1122 Made in U.S.A. TESTING: Installation testing if desired, must take place at the transmitter side of the feedline Reflected Power: When measuring reflected power using a wattmeter, you can expect up to a maximum of 15% SWR: A measurement of SWR (Standing Wave Ratio) should yield better than 2.5:1. Continuity: A test of continuity between the center pin and ground for this antenna will show as an open. This will ensure that the cable connectors and cables have the proper continuity. CI-551 Page 2 of 2 REV 000 2003 STI-CO INDUSTRIES, INC., 11 Cobham Drive, Orchard Park, NY 14127-4187 Technical Support: E-mail: email@example.com Phone: 1-716-662-2680 Fax: 1-800-685-1122 Made in U.S.A.