Shakespeare 4357-S Base-Loaded AM / FM / VHF Separator

Shakespeare 4357-S Base-Loaded AM / FM / VHF Separator
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Eliminate the need for separate AM/FM antennas and operate AM/FM and VHF radios at the same time without interfering with VHF radio performance.

Complete with 10' RG-62 AM/FM cable, 3' RG-58 VHF cable, and connector installed.

Works with all types of marine VHF antennas.

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