Simoco SRM9000 TU Band Aerial

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bushfirey
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Simoco SRM9000 TU Band Aerial

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Hi All, Hopefully someone here can help. I have been to 3 x radio dealers today to get an antenna for my TU Band Simoco (400-480MHz). Let's just say, not helpful. I will be using mainly channels in the 450-480 area but will be only listening to channels in the lower 400MHz spectrum. What antenna do people suggest or use? This is my last hope. Thanks bushfirey

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Re: Simoco SRM9000 TU Band Aerial

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RFI Wireless
CD61 - 450-520 (TX)
CD990/1/2/3 - 400-520 (TX)

had a look at ZCG Scalar however the TX portion doesnt cover the full band you want.
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Re: Simoco SRM9000 TU Band Aerial

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Phil wrote:
Mon Jun 08, 2020 7:32 pm
RFI Wireless
CD61 - 450-520 (TX)
CD990/1/2/3 - 400-520 (TX)

had a look at ZCG Scalar however the TX portion doesnt cover the full band you want.
Thanks so much Phil. Going for the CD990 model. Appreciate the help :)

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