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1. Effectively improve the intercom call effect, increase the call distance, make the call clearer, and the call distance is longer.
2. This thick and short antenna is very suitable for wearing the radio on a belt because it is short and unobtrusive.
3. Lightweight, easy to pack and carry during outdoor activities or camping.
4. Made of highquality ABS material and is not easily damaged.
5. Mini walkietalkie antenna is easy to install for using convenience.
Condition: 100% Brand New
Item Type: Antenna
Color: As Pictures Shown
Product Diameter: Approx. 1.5cm/0.6inch
Weight: Approx. 100g/3.5oz
Frequency Range: UHF 400-470MHz
Gain: 1.8 DB
V.S.W.R: lt; 1.5
Input Impedance: 50 Ω
Maximum Power Input Wattage: 10W
Connector Type: SMA Male Head
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