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Digital Cellular/VHF/PCS Antenna

Digital Cellular/VHF/PCS Antenna

Description

The Digital Antenna Cellular/VHF/PCS Antenna features multi-purpose performance to meet your communication, navigation, or entertainment needs.

Features

  • Powerful Brass Radiators
  • Soldered Connections
  • High Gloss Urethane Finish
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Choose from a selection of high quality 8 antennas, with VHF, cellular and PCS or AM/FM, cellular and PCS combinations. Trifecta™ tri-band antennas are designed to work with all cellular systems in North America and are compatible with our PowerMax™ North American amplifier.

Customers and installers love the easy installation connector system on the 500 and 600 GOLD Series antennas. The gold factory-attached mini-UHF female connector requires only a 3/8 hole for cable routing and makes connecting to the radio simple with the provided screw-on adapter.

All of our antennas are made in the USA, assembled, tested and tuned by hand for maximum performance, quality and durability.

All 8' Combination Dual Band Cellular and VHF Antennas Feature:

  • Two antennas in one rod 
  • 316 stainless steel ferrule
  • 9dB gain (cellular and PCS), 4.5dB gain (VHF)
    500 GOLD Series:
    • Mount: Standard 1"14 threaded base
    • Connector: Gold factory-attached mini-UHF female with double mini-UHF male adapter for cellular cable, and mini-UHF male to UHF male adapter (PL259) for VHF cable
    • Cable: Includes two 20 low-loss, tinned braid, foil shielded, UV stable RG-8X marine cables

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Digital Cellular/VHF/PCS Antenna 659-TB Cellular/VHF/PCS Antenna, Black
$354.75
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Digital 659-TW VHF/Cellular/PCS Antenna 659-TW Cellular/VHF/PCS Antenna, White
$354.75
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