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MAXRAD BMLPV800 Low Profile NMO Style Antenna w/MagMount
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Brand New MAXRAD BMLPV800 Low Profile NMO Style Antenna, with Brand New MagMount!

806-960 MHz,  1dB Gain

MagMount cable has BNC male connector, ready for your scanner!

The MLPV800 series has 1 dB gain and superior pattern coverage for mobile and fixed applications using frequencies from 806 to 960. The design provides broadband performance with minimum loss and no tuning. Efficient radiator design with rugged solid brass construction. Ground plane is required.

Premium 3.25" Magnetic antenna mount base for any NMO Motorola style mobile antenna. This base features a black powder coated steel cup, 80 Lbs powerful pull magnet and a rubber molded pad bottom cover to protect your car paint. The rubber is not a simple bottom cover but a molded over the edge rubber piece custom molded by us. The cable is fully soldered center and braid onto the Motorola mount. The cable exit  gets an application of a special plastic-like adhesive for pull out proof and partial water sealing. The coaxial cable is premium US made RG-58A/U Superflex with 96% braid and multi stranded center conductor. The BNC connector is professionally machine crimped on then the tip is soldered and an adhesive heat shrink strain relief is applied. This is a custom designed connector so the adhesive heat shrink grabs the connector body (not just the crimp ring) and the cable. The pull strength on this is excellent, this conenctor resists cable pull out more than any other crimp-on anywhere.


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Registered: August 2004
Location: NW Alabama
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Comment Date: Wed March 17, 2010
How long is the coax cable?

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