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Commercial Radio Antennas Please keep discussion related to professional, commercially used antennas and antenna systems for the two-way radio industry. Topics for the use of these antennas on amateur bands are accepted here.

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Old 02-22-2014, 12:48 PM
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I can't comment on the TerraWave, I always order Laird and have no radios in service that use BNC connectors.
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Laird is a great maker of antennas. I have only used Laird and Radioshack antennas. I have 4 Laird antennas and they all work great. I just wanted to try a different antenna. My Laird antennas are 2 800MHz and 2 UHF antennas. All of them have a BNC connecter.
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Sorry about the last post, I somehow got it in the wrong thread. The joys of posting via your phone!
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Thats ok.
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Be very careful using adapters on the XTS5000 radio. The radio,s connector is a special SMA male. Get the correct antenna for your radio so you do not ruin the connector on the radio or burn out the transmitter.

EXC450SF, Tuf DuckŪ Portables Antenna. The 'SF' is the correct connector for Motorola Jedi and XTS series portable radios.

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