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ShengDa Com-RH771B-Antenna-Fleetwood Digital

ShengDa RH771 BNC 40CM High Gain Dual Band Handheld Amateur Ham Radio Antenna

RH771B

ShengDa Com

  • $19.99 CAD
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Go on, click ADD TO CART. Your shack needs a ShengDa RH771 BNC 40CM High Gain Dual Band Handheld Amateur Ham Radio Antenna - And if you already have one a spare or two may come in handy.

40CM high gain dual band VHF/UHF antenna for radios with BNC antenna connectors. (The type where you push down and slightly turn the antenna to connect to the radio) Great for use when you're on the fringe of the repeater. Helps to clean up scratch and get you in! Also improves your range and reception when working simplex. Flexible design to move with the operator.


The 771 antenna is one of the best upgrades for your BNC radio. Improves range and reception! Made of durable and robust TPEE this antenna is ready for everyday use and life on the wild side. Thermoplastic Polyester Elastomer (TPEE) products offer toughness, tear resistance, and good flex fatigue along with good temperature resistance. 


Compatible with select Japanese radios, a popular connector in the 80s and 90s, with some models in the 2000s and beyond still using it.

Compatible with virtually all dual band radios with the appropriate connector. Founded in 1998, Fujian Shengda Communication Co., Ltd. has developed into one of the leading providers of antenna design, manufacturing and solutions in Asia. Certified to ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 14001:2004 Shengda antennas offer excellent quality and value.

 

  • Frequency Range: 136-174 / 400-480
  • Impedance: 50 Ohm
  • VSWR: <= 1.5:1
  • Max Gain: 2.15 dBI
  • Maximum Power: 10W
  • Length: ~38cm
  • Outer Casing: TPEE
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