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MCS2000 Antenna connector?

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jhal94

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Hello, I recently purchased a MCS2000 and looking for the type of antenna connector for a NMO mount. Can anyone tell me what type of mount it is?
 

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The antenna connector on the rear of the MCS2000 is a "mini-UHF".

You can purchase NMO antenna mounts with these already installed, or with the connector loose.
 

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Mini UHF to NMO

The NMO connector is normally part of the mobile antenna mount, whether it be a hole, trunk lip or magnetic mount. You can buy the cable kit with the mini-UHF connector already attached on the other end.
 
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