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Old 02-22-2012, 8:22 PM
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Default Great investment Ramsey's All Band, HF, VHF & UHF Active antenna

Best investment ever for a Antenna
Features:
Acts like a 60ft guide wire antenna great for those people living in a deed restricted area or a apartment complex

Frequency operations : 1 MHz to 800 MHz

Bandwidth : > 800 MHz

Gain : 1 to 150 MHz > 20db
150 to 400 > 12 db
400 to 500 > 10 db
500 to 800 > 5 db

RF input & RF output BNC connections
Power supply 9 to 20 VDC with internal supply 9volt battery
The only down fall is to anyone that you have to build it yourself.
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Old 02-22-2012, 8:27 PM
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With that much bandwidth and gain, you're almost sure to get some overloading issues in urban areas (not to mention an increase in background noise, which is almost as bad). Now if you add some preselection in front before the amplifier, now you're talking, but right now, this is an invitation to a disappointment...best regards..Mike
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