Opek Hi Performance Tri Band Amateur RadioandScanner Antenna - SMA 6M/2M/440
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- Super Hi-Performance Amateur Ham Radio & Scanner Antenna For HandHelds.
- Approx. 20 Inches Tall, SMA connector.
- Optimized for Transmit on 6 Meter, 2 Meter & 70cm Bands ( 52Mhz, 146Mhz, 440Mhz)
- Also receives most Police, Fire, EMS, Marine, Air Bands better than stock antennas.
- VHF/UHF 25-1300Mhz receive Handy Antenna!
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Gain 3.2db (446Mhz).
Fits Directly on 'sma' connector Radios & Scanners ( BCD-396XT, BCD346HP, BC-346XT, VX-8DR, FT1DR, VX-6R ect ..), & can be used with an optional adapter for 'BNC' or other connectors.
Receives most scanner bands 80/120/300/800/900Mhz.
Center Pin is in antenna side.
Top Customer Reviews
You'll not be disappointed.
One note is that I had to buy a right angle connector to connect to my new scanner (Home Patrol) since the antenna is located on the side of the unit.
I am very pleased with my purchase.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The seller was great but this antenna is not designed or tuned to be a tri band transmit antenna. SWR is reading 2 to 3 on all 3 of the ham bands it should cover.Published 11 months ago by Michael
its ok... works better than the stock antenna that came with my radio.Published 20 months ago by Dennis V. Macasaddu
This antenna so far works better than the stock unit that came with my Yaesu VX-8DR.Published 21 months ago by Stroker Don
Reception is not nearly as clear using this as the dual band (smaller) antennas on top end Icom 51 D-starPublished 22 months ago by Gene N
From the other reviews, I was unsure if this would just be a longer version of what I already had, the duck antenna, or a boost to both sound quality and distance. Read morePublished on March 21, 2014 by Gene Chastain
... Over the stock duckie but the length may not be suitable for some. It is flexible but not like a duckie. Read morePublished on February 19, 2014 by D. Clapp