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And what's the UHF side?
Another matter all together.

Larsen says that on 440-450 MHz it's a "Colinear" with 3 dBd of gain.
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And what's the UHF side?
If I remember right the top section was about 16" (5/8 wave) and the bottom section was about 18" (almost 3/4 wave).
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A Motorola AVA on an ATV? You must be a glutton for punishment!


UTV. The ATVs are specifically waiting for the GME CM60 to get through CAP compliance and become available.


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Hey everyone, thanks for contributing to my question. I ended up getting a Larsen 0270B and intend on mounting it on the roof of my flatbed. Confident it will most closely meet my needs and I just wanted thank you all again for the help.
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