Shakespeare Galaxy Satellite Radio Antenna SRA-40
Shakespeare Shakespeare marine antennas
  • Shakespeare Galaxy Satellite Radio Antenna SRA-40

Shakespeare Galaxy SRA-40 Satellite Radio Antenna

The Shakespeare Galaxy Satellite Radio Antenna is designed especially for marine applications, to receive and amplify satellite radio signals. You can now enjoy SIRIUS Satellite Radio programming on your boat! Small 3.5 inch diameter makes it perfect for smaller boats.

White plastic low profile housing mounts in a variety of ways with or without the included pedestal mount (pictured). When mounted directly to the surface, the antenna accommodates surfaces up to 1 inch thick.

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  • Small! Only 3.5in diameter by 1.35in high
  • No separate power cable required
  • Single-cable design for newer receivers
  • Style SRS-1 Adapter available for older, dual-input Sirius receivers
  • Optional cable kits available for longer cable runs up to 135 feet
  • Mounting: Attaches to surface up to 1" thick via a 9/16in diameter threaded shaft, or use the included SM-31 Pedestal Mounting Kit. An optional SM-30 Surface Mount Kit is also available.
  • (Receiver and service subscription required, available separately. For more information visit


Includes 25-foot low-loss cable with a quick-disconnect, gold-plated, TNC connector at the base of the antenna.

Includes Shakespeare's unique SM-31 surface mount kit for antenna installations where direct access under the mounting surface is difficult or impossible. The system also provides standard 1in-14 threads.

Optional 35ft, 50ft, and 90ft, cable kits are available for all Sirius Satellite Radio receivers, and a special 135ft cable kit with inline amplifier is also available for most Sirius Satellite receivers.

BRAND: Shakespeare
Type: Satellite Radio Antennas
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