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SMA Condor All-Band Portable Antenna by Austin
Austin Condor All-Band Portable SMA Antenna


 
Our Price: $36.95

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Product Code: 04-541508
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Basics
 
The "Condor" is a true Multiband design and is a first in flexible antenna technology. Tuned 1/4 wave elements are provided for improved High Band VHF, UHF and 800 /1000 Mhz performance. The SMA connector is embeded in the "Condor's" high density urethane housing to stand up to the toughest handling. Pull in the weak signals with "Condor" State of the Art Technology!

Product Specs:
  • Coverage: 150-174, 452-512, 806-896 MHz
  • 12 inches long (Flex)
  • SMA Connector

  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 8 Write a review.

      1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
     
    Great antenna for uniden bcd436hp July 23, 2017
    Reviewer: Scott Gibson from jensen beach, FL United States  
    Ireplaced my rubber ducky with a Diamoond srh 77ca,and was happy with it.Then,I read some good things about the Condor.I thought it was a littlepricey,but ordered one anyway.I hadn't paid any attention to the size,so when it came,I was like wow! this thing is huge.It's long but not very heavy.Iput it on the radio,and fired it up.I was surprised it pulledin systems better than theDiamond,and I thought the
    diamond was very good compared to the stockIf you have a high end scanner,and are looking for an antenna to wake it up,this one deserves a try

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    works well but large December 8, 2015
    Reviewer: david cranton from Vero Beach, FL United States  
    the antenna seems to work quite well, but i did not realize how long it is!!!  i dont know if the length was on the ad for it. it is over a foot long.

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    Didn't really do anything for me June 27, 2014
    Reviewer: Frederick Briere from Watertown, CT United States  
    I have noticed it does about the same or worse than the rubber duck antenna that came with my Uniden Bearcat BCD396XT.

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    Getting beyond the looks October 16, 2013
    Reviewer: Tim Cook from New London, CT United States  
    I am trying hard to not like this antenna, and on looks alone that would be easy.  This antenna is a mighty beast...but, when it comes to reception, so far, it is one of the best I own.  Head-to-head against the Watson Super-gainer the Condor is best up in the 800 mhz getting better signal and clarity at greater distances.  The super-gainer is slightly better at VHF reception.  Overall so far so good.

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    another not so tough review July 9, 2013
    Reviewer: John Arsenault from Scottsbluff, NE United States  
    Owned the Austin Condor 2-3 years, used on a 396XT worked great until recently. The 396XT would only receive sites when I was within 1/2 mile or so and it was poor and scratchy.  I was frequently switching between the Austin Condor and a mobile mounted antenna so perhaps the SMA connector on the antenna broke internally. Went back to the stock portable antenna.

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