Low Profile Antenna

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danceredt

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I need 2 good low profile multo-band antennas for the roff of my Lincold Blackwood. I will be using these with a 396xt and a 996 xt. All ideas appreciated.


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What's 'ya listening to?

I need 2 good low profile multo-band antennas for the roff of my Lincold Blackwood. I will be using these with a 396xt and a 996 xt. All ideas appreciated.EDT
What bands do you want to monitor in your Blackwood?
And what kind of gain are you interested in? The more "low profile" you want to be cuts into the amount of gain you are going to get.
You won't need much gain if you're talking about UHF or 800 repeater/trunking systems that you are in the midst of.
You are going to need a lot of gain if you're talking VHF low or high, or comms that you are many miles from.
(Nice car, btw)
 
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lafd55

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Your not going to find many Low Profile scanner antennas, better off getting a low profile antenna for a certain band.
 
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