567-CB

Digital 500 Gold Series 8' Cellular Antenna

Digital 500 Gold Series 8' Cellular Antenna

Description

The Digital Antenna 500 Gold Series 8' Cellular Antenna improves signals on cellular (825-894 MHz) and PCS (1850-1990 MHz) bands.

Features

  • Powerful Brass Radiators
  • Soldered Connections
  • Power Directing Ferrite Choke Bead
List Price
$334.04
Your Price
$199.29
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

They are omni-directional, transmitting and receiving signals from all directions, which provides you with 10 times the signal strength of a cell phone used by itself.

With a powerful 9dB gain and professional marine grade construction, these 8' cellular antennas deliver high performance that will last for years. Each antenna is designed for easy connection to your cell phone or amplifier.

Customers and installers love the 500 GOLD Series easy installation connector system. The gold factory-attached mini-UHF female connector with double mini-UHF male adapter makes connecting to a PowerMax™ amplifier easy, eliminating the need to solder connectors.

Our antennas are made in the USA, assembled and tuned by hand for maximum performance.

All 8' Dual Band Cellular Antennas Features:

  • High gloss urethane finish
  • 316 stainless steel ferrule
  • 9dB gain


500 GOLD Series:

  • Mount: Standard 1"14 threaded base
  • Connector: Gold factory-attached mini-UHF female with double mini-UHF male adapter
  • Cable: 20 of our low-loss, tinned braid, foil shielded, UV stable RG-8X marine cable

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Digital 500 Gold Series 8' Cellular Antenna 567-CB 500 Gold Series 8' Cellular Antenna, Black
$199.29
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Digital 567-CW 8' Cellular Antenna 567-CW 500 Gold Series 8' Cellular Antenna, White
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