FM Antenna

FM BROADCAST TRANSMITTER ANTENNAS
DIPOLE, YAGI, PANELS

Antennas and Radiation Antenna Systems for FM Radios.
Rugged in construction, designed to be durable and resistant to extreme weather conditions and to last for many years.


Select the best antenna for your transmitter

Dipoles, Circular polarized, Omnidirectional, Directional, Panels or Yagi.
Stainless or aluminum construction.
All demountable for easy and cheep transport.


Antennas for FM transmitters

The type of antenna a broadcaster needs depends on many factors, one of them being the area they need to cover: rural, metropolitan, city, mixed, flat or mountainous terrain, etc.

There are many types of antennas: directional, omnidirectional, yagi, logarithmic, circularly polarized, broadband, tuned, etc.

Depending on the needs of the broadcaster, it is possible to identify the antenna system that meets their coverage needs.

Below is a description of the main features of our antenna systems, and a guide to help you choose the appropriate model.


Why are TEKO antennas superior in performance and quality to those of our competitors?

TEKO antennas are manufactured with the concept of durability in mind.
Every detail of quality is optimized to ensure that they will work well forever, with no change in performance over the years.


To achieve this, we have worked on several fronts:
1) The design of the antenna;
2) The quality of the materials used;
3) The quality and type of treatments given to materials;
4) Etc...


All this, however, would not be sufficient if, due to mistreatment during transport, the antenna suffered failures or deformations.

It is for this reason that, at TEKO broadcast, we take maniacal care of the packaging phase.

Our packages are designed with the same care that we design the antennas with, to ensure maximum protection during transport and to reduce the cost of transport itself.

This is why our antennas are real jewels – they shine like platinum, maintain their brilliance over the years and retain their value over time.

Starting from the simplest detail: the nut used to fix the antenna to the pole, for example.
A standard steel nut and screw, exposed to the elements, will lock over time. After a year it is impossible to unscrew it.
Our nut is designed specifically for its function: it is not a standard nut, it is manufactured by us. Made of brass material and then galvanized, and made larger than the standard one.
This is to avoid corrosion and the locking phenomenon.

Even after twenty years of exposure to the inclemencies of the harshest climate, the fasteners will remain perfectly functional. They can easily be disassembled without damaging the antenna in any way.