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TYT TH-771 SMA-F 40CM High Gain 1/4 Wave VHF/UHF Dual Band Handheld Amateur Ham Radio Antenna

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Whenever I want another TYT TH-771 SMA-F 40CM High Gain 1/4 Wave VHF/UHF Dual Band Handheld Amateur Ham Radio Antenna, but I know the XYL will question where it came from, I just make sure its the same colour as the last. I then say that's the same one from a year ago. Works every time :)

40CM high gain dual band VHF/UHF antenna for radios with SMA-M antenna connectors. (The type where the antenna "screws" into 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.


This is one of the best upgrades for the Baofeng UV5R. Improves uv-5r range and reception! Simply put this is one of the best antenna for the uv-5r. Made of durable and robust ABS this antenna is ready for everyday use and life on the wild side.


Compatible with most older Chinese, and some newer Yaesu & Alinco branded radios that use SMA-F antennas, including the Baofeng UV-5R, and Baofeng UV-82, and a direct replacement for the Wouxun ANO-007 40cm antenna. This is also a great antenna upgrade for the Baofeng BF-F8HP. Not for use with newer Wouxun radios that use SMA-M such as KG-UV8D or KG-UV9D, or most 2017 and beyond TYT radios.

 

  • 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: ABS

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    • Hi I have a UVD1P radio and where I work is right on the edge of the repeater. Is this the right fit for my radio and would this help reception?

      This is the correct antenna for a KG-UVD1P. It will provide a positive difference compared to the stock antenna.

    • Is the ANO-007 rated for 10 watts? I have 2 8-watt transceivers.

      The antenna is designed to handle 10W of power.

      Thanks
      Bill