Improved TV Antenna From Naval Electronics

— L i t e r a t u r e Available The MK-20 omni-directional TV antenna offered by Naval Electronics Inc. of Tampa, Fla., distributors for Naval Electronics A.B. of Sweden, features three separate band elements with interference filters and an internal, changeable, low-noise amplifier utilizing state-of-the-art microwave devices.

The MK-20 feeds a special marine cassette amplifier system with "automatic gain control" to compensate for the changing reception conditions of a ship underway. The cassette amplifiers then feed a ship's distribution system that provides TV antenna outlets throughout the ship in lounges, cabins, and other areas.

Naval can arrange system engineering and installation in all U.S.

ports as well as in more than 50 countries around the world through its marine service network.

For further information and free literature on the Naval antenna, C i r c l e 8 1 on Reader Service Card

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