DM547

Digital Antenna Universal Cell Phone Cradle

Digital Antenna Universal Cell Phone Cradle

Description

The Digital Antenna Universal Cell Phone Cradle makes amplifying your cell signal simple.

Features

  • Compatible With All Cell Phones
  • Flexible And Easy To Use
  • Quick Release Button
List Price
$57.78
Your Price
$40.96
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Details

The adjustable cradle holds any size cell phone, including PDA phones and the iPhone 3G. The built-in antenna inductively couples to your cell phone's antenna. When used with Digital Antenna's DA4000MR 3W 40dB gain dual band repeater or DA4000 3W direct connect amplifier (both sold separately), you will experience up to 10 times the signal strength.

Use with Bluetooth products, hands-free kits, earbuds or a speaker phone to allow amplification of the cell phone signal while the driver is hands-free. Includes a 3M adhesive back mounting bracket with a screw mount option.

Features:

  • Includes mounting hardware
  • Adjustable holding feet
  • DM547 Universal Cell Phone Cradle
  • Frequency: 800-2500 MHz
  • Connector: Mini-UHF male
  • Cable: Includes 10' of premium RG174 cable
  • Impedance: 50 ohm
  • Insertion Loss: 2dB
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Digital Antenna Universal Cell Phone Cradle DM547 Universal Cell Phone Cradle With Built-In Antenna
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