Comant Industries manufactures aviation antennas focusing on GPS, Communications and Navigation products for General Aviation, Light Jets and Helicopters.
Com antenna, Com whip antenna, Com bent whip antenna, Com blade antenna, Com rod antenna, VOR/LOC/GS antenna, Transponder antenna, DME/Transponder antenna, GPS antenna, GPS WAAS antenna, XM weather antenna, Marker Beacon, Diplexer, Coupler.
Designed for high-performance aircraft applications. Suitable for either top or bottom mounting. Solid Polyurethane construction for strength, reliability and durability. White Polyurethane finish is Skydrol and rain erosion resistant.
Exhibits excellent electrical characteristics and incorporates an aerodynamically shaped mounting base and radiator housing that matches the styling of the communication antennas used on the 1968-72 single engine Cessnas.
"V" Dipole VOR/Glide Slope Antenna with detachable elements mounts on top of the vertical fin stabilizer for most single engine general aviation aircraft. RF design similar to the CI-157P.
Com Blade Antenna
Similar to the CI-109, the CI-121 is smaller in diameter and lighter at only 0.5 pounds. Features a tapered glass laminate housing and die-cast aluminum base. Offers standard mounting and appearance to many Cessna communication antennas.
Designed specifically for mounting to the underside of an aircraft providing excellent radiation coverage for air-to-ground communications. Bent configuration makes it ideally suited for helicopters and low wing aircraft.
Comm Antenna for Piper
Transponder Stub Antenna
Broadband and rugged antenna designed for DME or transponder use. Antenna assembly encased in a glass reinforced polyester molded shell. Standard two stud mounting configuration. Includes a BNC connector.
Comant’s newest ComDat GPS WAAS antenna designed specifically to meet the GPS WAAS Gamma 3 specificatons required by the Garmin G1000 system. Not compatible with portable GPS receiver units.
Frequency 1575.42 MHz 26dB Gain
Comant’s ComDat stand-alone GPS antenna with TNC connector. Matches the standard ARINC footprint found on many twins and business jets.
Frequency 108-118 MHz (VOR/LOC), 329-335 MHz (Glide Slope). VOR/GS navigation antenna set provides optimum VOR performance when used for area navigation. Antenna system qualified for use on single, twin, jet and helicopter aircraft.
Comant’s ComDat® XM Weather antenna designed for Garmin GDL 69/69A receivers and Heads Up Technologies (HUT) receivers with short coaxial cable runs. Features robust TNC female connector. Conforms to the popular teardrop footprint standard on many general aviation aircraft and business jets.
Frequency 75 MHz. Designed for use with modern, high sensitivity marker beacon receivers. Small and lightweight, featuring 4-hole internal mounting for simple installation. Antenna assembly is enclosed in an injection molded radome which is impervious to the tough environments typical of the underside of an aircraft.
Frequency 75 MHz. Designed specifically for high-performance aircraft applications. Features aerodynamic design in a lightweight package. Antenna is a low profile blade-type encased in a molded polyurethane shell. Skydrol and rain erosion resistant.
Diplexer/Dual VOR or Dual Marker
Dual Glideslope Coupler
Diplexer Dual VOR Glide Slope
Single VOR/single glide slope diplexer allows the operation of one VOR and one glide slope receiver from one VOR/glide slope antenna. Compact design makes installation easy.
Coupler Marker Beacon
Dual VOR/dual glide slope diplexer features diplexer circuitry in a small die-stamped housing for high reliability. Provides operation between two VOR receivers and two glide slope receivers from the same VOR/glide slope antenna.
Broadband and rugged antenna designed for DME or transponder use.