Whip Antennas

Whip antennas are single element antennas made up of a straight rod or flexible wire. As the name suggests, it makes a whip like sound when disturbed. The flexible wire is connected to the RF transmitter/receiver at bottom end. They are usually made up of interlocking metal tubes so that they can be folded back when not in use. They are used in hand-held radios, cordless phones, walkie-talkies, FM radios, boom boxes, and Wi-Fi enabled devices, and are also attached to vehicles as the antennas for car radios and two-way radios for wheeled vehicles and for aircraft.

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