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MagOne BPR40 Antenna

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Is there an antenna for the MagOne BPR40 other than the stock "stubby" antenna that might offer better range? I would need a UHF 450-470. Thanks.
 

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Is there an antenna for the MagOne BPR40 other than the stock "stubby" antenna that might offer better range? I would need a UHF 450-470. Thanks.
The stock "stubby" UHF spike is the only one offered by Motorola for the BPR40.

If there are others, they're aftermarket items. You might want to do some internet searching.
 
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