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WAN-97A Active Nomad Base Antenna


 
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Great indoor antenna for  Apartment or
condo living... Designed for VHF and UHF reception, the 4 foot long
vertical antenna element rolls up for easy storage.
MSRP: $99.95
Our Price: $89.95
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Stock Status: In Stock
Product Code: 28-541171


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Great indoor antenna for apartment or condo living... Designed for VHF and UHF reception, the 4 foot long vertical antenna element rolls up for easy storage. At the base is a matching section followed by 10 feet coax lead terminated in control box and ending in BNC plug.

For outdoor use additional waterproofing is necessary - details given. The coaxial lead may also easily be extended for outside operation.

Product Specs:
  • 25MHz - 1300MHz
  • Antenna Element length 4 feet
  • Coax lead length 10 feet
  • Terminated in BNC plug
  • Power by 4 AA Batteries or with optional 12 Volt AC Adapter (Uniden AD-1009 AC Adapter)


  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

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    Antenna is great August 27, 2015
    Reviewer: Donald Hays from Pacheco, CA United States  
    I've had this antenna for around 3 weeks now.  The antenna is great and pulls in everything locally and surrounding area.  the DC/VHF Combiner & PP3 Battery Box is not so great.  When you activate the box, the Conventional frequencies are boosted, but it cuts the newer Phase I and II's signal strength and the scanner will miss most of the action.  I give the antenna a 5/5 but the Box knocks my rating down to 4/5.

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    Worthwhile August 25, 2015
    Reviewer: Gary from Westminster, CO United States  
    I have this set up inside the house in a window.  It has pulled in some stations I couldn't get, but it really enhanced the strength of weak stations that were fuzzy or intermittent.  Running it on a BCD436HP and, as a scanner antenna, it is pretty impressive.

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