Pulse Larsen TNCQ Field Tunable VHF (LMR) Antenna + Base

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The Larsen whip is constructed of the highest grade 17-7PH stainless steel to provide all-weather protection and maximum radiation efficiency. Use sharp corner of file or edge of grinding wheel to cut the rod. Use file to score the rod and snap off with a pair of pliers. The rod length indicated on the chart refers to the length of the rod from the bottom of the rod. Lengths shown are without shock springs.

*All Q antennas requires a ground plane of ¼-wavelength radius or longer

Vehicular Antenna; Single; VHF (LMR)

Antenna Type: Whip and Base

Number of Ports: Single

Mounting: Others

Connector Type: TNC

Connector Contact: Male/Plug

Cable: No

Frequency: 136-512 Mhz

Return Loss: -10 dB

Q Series Antenna Rod Cutting Chart

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