ABBREE Tactical Antenna 27Mhz 42.5-Inch for CB Handheld/Portable Radio with BNC Connector Compatible with Cobra Midland Uniden Anytone CB Radio

March 3, 2020 - Comment
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Description:
1. All of our items are brand new.
2. Model: AR-152A
3. Connector Type: BNC
4. Band: Dual Band VHF/UHF.
5. Frequency: 27MHz
6. Gain: 3.5 dBi.
7. Max Power: 20Watts.
8. V.S.W.R: Less than 1.5
9. Impedance: 50ohm.
10. Style: Soft antenna.
11. Antenna length: 108cm/42.5in
12. Weight: 150g.
Applicable Model:
HandHeld CB radios: Cobra, Midland, Macon, Anytone and Radio Shack with a BNC Connector

Notice: If your radio model is not compatible, please see my other item or email us your model number, then, we will help you find one that suits for you.
Package Including:
1X AR-152A 27MhZ BNC Tactical Antenna

Product Features

  • This CS Tactical Antenna is almost 108CM/42.5Inch long and is a must for outdoor and camping usage. This is a flexible antenna able to withstand more ‘roughness’ than other antennas, all while boosting the signal of your radio significantly! Eextend the Range of your Communication.
  • Tactical Antenna BNC Connector for use with Portable Handheld CB Band Radios, transmit or receive,Operates with CB Radios in 27 Mhz range.For the best performance and highest call quality, operate on a channel within this frequency range
  • Frequency: 27Mhz Gain:3.5dBi Power:20W
  • COMPATIBLE WITH ALL HAND HELD CB RADIOS – Use this antenna on all Hand Held CB radios from Cobra, Midland, Macon, Anytone and Radio Shack with a BNC Connector. Add range and quality to your CB reception.
  • Certified Original ABBREE Antenna, New version, New package, Better quality.To avoid counterfeit models – insure your listing shows “sold by ABBREE”

Comments

Anonymous says:

Pleased. Well Pleased.

Anonymous says:

Far too heavy for HT use. When attached to my HT, the weight immediately popped the BNC socket off the motherboard of the radio! Would not recommend this antenna unless you are attaching it to a very heavy duty radio, such as a military-style PRC. Simply too much weight and tension for a conventional HT to handle.

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