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===Mobile Antennas===
 
===Mobile Antennas===
 
* [https://www.rfwiz.com/austin-antenna-products/austin-antenna-spectra Austin Spectra (via RFWiz.com)]
 
* [https://www.rfwiz.com/austin-antenna-products/austin-antenna-spectra Austin Spectra (via RFWiz.com)]
* [https://www.theantennafarm.com/catalog/larsen-nmo150-450-800-1050 Larsen 150/400/800 NMO]
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* [https://www.theantennafarm.com/catalog/larsen-nmo150-450-800-1050 Larsen 150/450/800 NMO]
 
* [http://www.universal-radio.com/catalog/hamantm/3912.html Comet SBB-2NMO 2/440 Antenna (via Universal Radio)]
 
* [http://www.universal-radio.com/catalog/hamantm/3912.html Comet SBB-2NMO 2/440 Antenna (via Universal Radio)]
 
* [https://mfjenterprises.com/products/mfj-1724b?_pos=1&_sid=137cbd161&_ss=r MFJ 1724B 2m/440 Mag Mount]
 
* [https://mfjenterprises.com/products/mfj-1724b?_pos=1&_sid=137cbd161&_ss=r MFJ 1724B 2m/440 Mag Mount]

Latest revision as of 20:55, 29 November 2020

Welcome to the Scanner Antennas page. Here, you'll find links for antennas covering 30 Mhz and up. In addition, specific models mentioned in the Antennas forum at RadioReference are linked here for future reference.

If you're a newcomer or old hat, or anywhere in between, when installing antennas, Safety First.
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Coax Suppliers and Connectors

  • Picking the right coax for your setup is very important. As you go higher in frequency, the loss from a cheap cable can be significant. Here's a good page on the subject
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Homebrew, Tech and Reviews

Homebrew


Technical

Specific Antenna Models

Please place links to specific models discussed in the RR forums that work well here.

Portable (Rubber Ducks)

Universal Radio links


Portable (Stubby)


Mobile Antennas


Base Antennas


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