Hello, please correct me-Is this the model with several fold out elements covering low band up to 1200??
I once had one of these and was extremely impressed. It is designed for use with 75 ohm coax, while nothing in life is impossible without correct attitude and explosives, I think it would be cost prohibitive to come up with a matching transformer to permit a correct match to you LMR product. No way would you hear the difference!
Used mine with many receivers ranging from a old RS low/high band tunable to Icom R7000/7100. It's all about antenna site selection, mounting, and don't forget to ground the mast to reduce electrical noise. It also gives the signal something "to see" as the sine waves whirl and dance around the elements and into your cable.
The only issue I dislike with 75 ohm cable is the need to add adapters. You get what you pay for, cheap ones lose signal and have poor threading. Good ones cost a few bucks, but you'll enjoy longevity with them. I modified a older Radio Shack low/high band receiver with a industry standard female F and enjoy excellent reception.
Good thing about 75 ohm cable is that you can buy quad shield cable designed for satellite which provides excellent insulation from nearby electrical noise.
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