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SpectrumForce Mini Window Antenna UHF/800 with BNC


 
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This all new antenna from SpectrumForce is a tiny tuned powerhouse on the UHF 440-512 MHz and 700/800 MHz public safety scanner bands. It's very small, has preferably mounted vertically and can be placed inconspicuously in a front or back windshield of a car or any window of a home.

The antenna comes with 10' of RG-174 cable with a BNC connector for connecting to most scanners.

Performance on UHF and 700/800 MHz is markedly improved over stock wideband antennas on these bands (but will not outperform a gain outdoor antenna if one could be mounted).

Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 16 Write a review.

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Mini dipole January 29, 2016
Reviewer: mark boulanger from two harbors, MN United States  
Have not tried this antenna as of yet but if it's like the other purchases from scanner master I won't be disappointed

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No improvement on signal September 30, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from MD United States  
Bought this antenna for a PRO-197 base station. Had zero increase in signal with this antenna verses the factory metal extendable antenna.

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What a surprise July 21, 2015
Reviewer: Don Unger from Henrico, VA United States  
I had been using an external antenna for my BCD-396XT scanner until the antenna connector broke.  I came across this little antenna and decided to give it a try.  By the time it came I had fixed the old antenna connection, so it allowed me to spend a week switching back and forth between the two.  Surprisingly the little antenna was just as good.  My only concern is that the antenna cable is pretty thin and I hope the antenna connection holds up, but definitely worth giving a try.

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Just ok April 27, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Indianapolis, IN United States  
I bought this to use with a Uniden BCD536HP scanner mounted in my car.  Was looking for a clean looking install with no visible antennas.  Unit is smaller than it appears in the picture.  Pretty tiny, in fact.  I have it mounted in the upper right windshield with the wire routed into my A pillar and with one end of the antenna pointing up and the other pointing down towards the ground (vertically) as recommended.  I am using it to listen to 800 and live in a good coverage area.  I have the BCD436HP handheld as well with the radio shack 800 antenna and notice that it is getting transmissions that my mobile is not.  reception is 3 to 4 bars when on my handheld in the car it is 5.  I did some research and found that this is a "unity gain" antenna meaning that it does not add or subtract any gain. However it is connected to a lossy RG 174.  I stopped using it and currently am using the window clip on external mount with a Laird 800 2.5 gain antenna which works far better.

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WORKS GREAT!!!!! April 8, 2015
Reviewer: Keith Henderson from New Hampton, NH United States  
This is the second antenna I've bought on here and they both work great

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