It's to stop people from joining to just post ads and the like Common on many forums.
As for the antennas, taking some measurements of the elements would help us out a whole lot. Without some reference to size, we'd just be guessing.
As for guessing, my guess would be 800MHz or so.
Ok here's the measurements...the one that I know is 700mhz band 13 is about 12" long, it has four elements with one of them being a loop that the coax cable ties into. The first element is the longest at 6-3/4", the second one is the loop the third and fourth ones are 5 ". The first one and the loop are 3" apart and the rest are 2-1/2" apart.
The next mystery antenna is 3' long with 9 elements. The first element is again 6-3/4" long then the next one is the loop where the coax cable ties into. The remaining 7 elements are 5-1/2 inches long. The distance between the first element and the loop is 1-1/2 and then to the next element is also 1-1/2. Between 3 and 4 is also 3 ". 4 and 5 is 4", 5 and 6 is 4-1/2", 6 and 7 is 5 ", 7 and 8 is 5", 8 and 9 is 4". Both of those antennas are hollow thru the middle. The third one is really an odd ball. It's gold colored and is 32" long. It has 7 elements and does not have a loop where the coax cable ties into. The coax cable ties into the end of the main tube of the antenna. The first element is 7-1/2" long and the next one is 7 " long.... but it has aluminum rod on one side and the other side has a plastic rod about twice the diameter as the aluminum. It also has a small hole in the end. The next element is 5-3/4" long, the next one is 5-1/4" long, the next one is 5" long, and the last 2 elements are 4-1/2 " long. The distance between the first two elements is 4", then 3", then 4", then 3", then the last ones have 4" between them. At the end of this one in the main tube is a plastic cone with a small hole in it as well. I hope this is all the info needed.