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antena for motorola gm338

Postby fire_man_dan » Sun May 01, 2011 5:16 pm

hey all after a very small aerial for motorola gm338 dont want anything bit and not sure what is on the market can you buy small window mount ones?
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Re: antena for motorola gm338

Postby Phil » Mon May 02, 2011 12:37 am

one like

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if so that is a RFI 3dB Window Mount Antenna you can get them from most communication stores that sell RFI so have a chat to them
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Re: antena for motorola gm338

Postby melbourneradio » Mon May 02, 2011 11:00 am

these are a nice low profile antenna , but i find they do not preform the same as a good full size antenna , if its for vhf try one of the CD series or UHF a nice elevated feed , i run these on both digital here in melb as well as the UHF with UHF receive , and cant go past them ...
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Re: antena for motorola gm338

Postby Phil » Mon May 02, 2011 12:03 pm

John,

i can agree with you on this about not performing the same as a full size antenna but they perform alright if the antenna is adjusted correctly not to say general factors from the wind move them.
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Re: antena for motorola gm338

Postby barnard » Sat Jun 25, 2011 4:06 pm

HI........... :roll:

these are a nice low profile antenna , if its for , i run these on both digital here in melb as well as the UHF with UHF receive.
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