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Authentic Genuine Nagoya NA-771 15.6-Inch Whip VHF/UHF (144/430Mhz) Antenna SMA-Female for BTECH and BaoFeng Radios
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- Certified Original Nagoya Antenna - with an exclusive manufacturing partnership with BTECH
- New Release - May Require a Rubber spacer (included) and has an extended antenna cover to protect your radio SMA male base from the elements
- This antenna is almost 16 inches long and is a must for outdoor and camping usage. This is a soft flexible antenna able to withstand more 'roughness' than a stock radio antenna, all while boosting the signal of your radio significantly!
- Compatible with all BTECH, and BaoFeng Radios - Ideal for UV-5R, BF-F8HP, UV-82HP, and SMA female connections
- To avoid counterfeit Nagoya models - insure your listing shows "sold by BaoFeng Tech"
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Genuine Nagoya NA-771
This is the Original Nagoya NA-771 Dual Band High Gain Antenna.
Note: Beware of counterfeit copies, noted by their improper Nagoya design, an alternate 'brand name', and cheap build quality. Improper and cheaply manufactured antennas will cause high SWR and damage your radio.
Every Nagoya Antenna is individually tested and tuned for the supported frequency range it was made for.
The Nagoya NA-771 is almost 16 inches long and is a must for outdoor and camping usage. This is a soft flexible antenna able to withstand more 'roughness' than a stock radio antenna, all while boosting the signal of your radio significantly! The added length significantly improves reception from a shorter stock antenna.
BaoFeng: UV-82, UV-5R (All models), BF-F8HP, BF-F8+, and all other BaoFeng Models; Compatible With all Models of BaoFeng.
BTECH: GMRS-V1 (Nagoya NA-701C recommended antenna), MURS-V1 (Nagoya NA-701C recommended antenna), UV-5X3 (Nagoya NA-320A recommended tri-band antenna).
TK-240, TK-250, TK-255, TK-260, TK-260G, TK-270, TK-270G, TK-272G, TK-278, TK-278G, TK-340, TK-349, TK-350, TK-353, TK-360, TK-360G and more.
And any other radio that uses the SMA-Female Connection.
Genuine Nagoya Antennas
Nagoya antennas are each individually analyzed to ensure compatibility with your radio.
Nagoya Antennas are dependable, accurate, reliable, and affordable.
Avoid antennas that pretend to be a Nagoya. Antennas that are not individually tested or tuned can cause high SWR, which damages a radio.
Nagoya Antennas are proven to be a reliable and safe antenna manufacturer.
Extend the Range of Your Communication
Receive Hard to Hear Signals and Transmit Further
Most Nagoya antennas will increase your radio's transmitting gain compared to their factory antenna.
In most cases: the longer the antenna is the better the antenna is capable of boosting weak frequencies and receiving difficult to hear stations. Shorter antennas offer more portability and convenience, while longer antennas generally perform better.
View the comparison chart below to pick the antenna best fit for your application.
- Frequency Range: 136-174MHz, 400-520MHz.
- Optimal Frequency Range: 140-150MHz, 420-450MHz
- Wave: 1/4λ (144MHz) - 1/2λ (430MHz)
- Gain: 2.5dBi
- Max power: 10 Watts
- VSWR : Less 1.5:1
- Impedance: 50 OHM
- Connector: SMA-F
- Length: 39.6 cm (~15.6 inches)
- Impedance: 50 OHM
|NA-771 (Whip), NA-771R (Retractable)||NA-701 (Whip), NA-717 (Ultra-Whip)||NA-24J (Ultra-Whip)||NA-320A (Whip)||NA-701C (Whip)||NA-810 (Stubby)|
|TX & RX Frequency Range||136-174MHz, 400-520MHz||136-174MHz, 400-520MHz||136-174MHz, 400-520MHz||136-174MHz, 220-225MHz, 400-520MHz||136-174MHz, 400-520MHz||136-174MHz, 400-520MHz|
|Receive Only Frequency Bands||120 / 150 / 300 / 450 / 900MHz||120 / 150 / 300 / 450 / 900MHz||120 / 150 / 300 / 450 / 900MHz||120 / 150 / 220 / 360 / 420 / 450 / 820 / 900MHz||120 / 150 / 400 / 800 / 900MHz||150 / 300 / 450 / 800 / 900MHz|
|Optimal Transmit Frequency Range||140-150MHz, 420-450MHz||140-150MHz, 420-450MHz||140-150MHz, 420-450MHz||140-150MHz, 220-225MHz, 420-450MHz||150-165MHz, 450-470MHz||140-150MHz, 420-450MHz|
|Average Gain to Stock Antenna||2.5dBi||2dBi||2.25dbi||2.15dBi||2.15dbi||0dBi|
|Length||15.6"; NA-771R: 4.25" (Retracted)||8.25"||16"||17.7"||8"||2.5"|
|Wave||1/4λ (144MHz) - 1/2λ (430MHz)||1/4λ (144MHz) - 1/4λ (430MHz)||1/4λ (144MHz) - 5/8λ (430MHz)||1/4λ (144MHz) - 1/2λ (220MHz) - 5/8λ (440MHz)||1/4λ (155MHz) - 1/4λ (455MHz)||1/4λ (144MHz) - 1/4λ (430MHz)|
Nagoya has taken another step to limit counterfeit listings. Handheld Radio Antennas arrive in a Green Poly Bag (with rounded corners), a bag printed barcode (might be covered by Amazon barcode), and the BTECH Logo Seal
This is the Original Nagoya NA-771 Dual Band High Gain Antenna, beware of the counterfeit copies of noted by their "Blue Logo" design or poorer quality (cheaper build and performance)
This antenna is almost 16 inches long and is a must for outdoor and camping usage. This is a soft flexible antenna able to withstand more 'roughness' than a stock radio antenna, all while boosting the signal of your radio significantly!
Max power: 10 Watts
VSWR : Less 1.5:1
Impedance: 50 OHM
Length: 39.6 cm (~15.6 inches)
Impedance : 50 ohms
1x Nagoya NA-771 Booster Antenna
1x Rubber spacer
GMRS-V1 (NA-701C Ideal for GMRS), MURS-V1 (NA-701C Ideal for MURS) – The NA-320A Antenna is recommended for the UV-5X3
BF-F8HP, UV-82HP, UV-82 Series, UV-5R (All models), and all others
And any other radio that uses the SMA-FEMALE Connection
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However a simple "Faucet 1-1N 9/16 x 7/16 x 1/16" Keeps everything Snug.
I'm able to hit repeaters 20-30 miles away from inside my house (on the coast of Maine)
For the price I would buy this everytime, I havn't compared it to the 15" version but as soon as I do I'll be sure to share.
The difference in quality, power handling, and most importantly SWR, was night and day. The UT308UV measured over 2.5 SWR, allowing just under 15W of RF power to leave the transmitter. The UT-72 super loading coil antenna reduced the measured SWR to 1.2, delivering almost 20W of power. This is a remarkable improvement, not only in power delivery, but in safety to the UHF amplifier.
The Nagoya UT-72 Super Loading Coil 19-Inch antenna is arguably the best magnetic mount mobile antenna for VHF/UHF applications. Highly recommended.
Fit and finish: Excellent. It ships with the section above the center coil removed. A hex key is enclosed to tighten after inserting. You can't put it in too far, so there's no adjusting. It also comes with a chromed UHF to NMO adapter, also finished nicely. I don't believe other manufacturers include one of these, so if you were to buy a UHF-mount tribander from the "other" guys and decide to go with the tried-and-true Motorola mount, you can add about $10 to the cost.
It also has a "fold-over" feature, where you pull up against some sort of internal spring and lay it over 90 degrees. It's a very strong spring, so it's not going to fold in a heavy wind or at higher speeds. For instance, Around here (Metro Phoenix AZ) if you're doing 80 on the freeways, everyone's passing you. I "kept up with traffic" for my hour or so commute and checked over the antenna afterward. No damage, no weakness, no nothing.
In use: I compared this antenna to what I have, a couple dual-banders on my truck and a dual-band J-pole at home. I don't have fancy meters and such, but I can tell you the 320 compares very favorably to more expensive hardware. I had no problems hitting mountaintop repeaters on all 3 bands all over metro Phoenix.
At the current price of $58 this item is $15 to $40 cheaper than the major players' equivalent antennas. For my money, it's well worth it