Digital Antenna Wins Award for 2nd Year

Thursday, November 20, 2003
Digital Antenna Inc., was awarded The National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) 2003 product of the year in the marine antenna category for the 2nd straight year. In addition, Digital Antenna has also been awarded 2003 Best Marine Specialty Product for the PowerMax DA4000. Superior innovation, quality, performance, customer service and global market acceptance have made Digital Antenna the #1 choice of top marine electronics professionals. The award winning 529-VW is an 8’, 6 dB gain VHF antenna with strong pulling power, excellent range and reliable communication. The antenna features stainless steel ferrules with 1” – 14 thread, high-gloss urethane finish, soldered connections, 20’ low loss, UV stable, RG-8X marine cable, power directing ferrite choke bead and easy installation factory installed mini-UHF connectors. Digital Antenna’s PowerMax DA4000 Dual Band Cellular Amplifier improves cellular communication, increases range, reduces dropped calls and extends the life of your cell phone battery. It is FCC approved to operate with all cell carriers in the U.S. including a model designed for Nextel phones. “We are extremely honored and proud to win these two prestigious NMEA awards,” states Bud Gallagher, President of Digital Antenna. “Our entire Digital Antenna Team is grateful to be chosen Best Antenna for the second straight year. Our focus is to bring the latest technology to the marine industry and winning these awards confirms that our hard work and dedication is accomplishing our mission. We will continue to create exceptional products that improve communication.”
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