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Ad Number:1515019
Date Placed:11/21/20
Name:Ken Simpson
Phone Number:3527328400
Callsign:W8EK
Category:ANTVHF
Heading:Antennas for your HT For Sale
Ad Message:
Antennas for your HT For Sale:
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All rubber ducks are for 2 meters, are in good
condition, and are $10 each, unless stated otherwise.
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Diamond RH77CA High Gain Dual Band 15 inches long
Male SMA connector, Receive 120 to 900 MHz,
new, still sealed, $18
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BNC - As used on most HTs, 7 inches long
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BNC - Original Alinco EA0024, about 4 inches long
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BNC - Original from Kenwood TH-215, about 5 inches long
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BNC - "Stubby" about 4 1/2 inches long
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Type F connector - 6.5 inches long
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Threaded (as used by Motorola, etc.) - about 7 inches long
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BNC Stubby for 440 MHz, 3 inches long
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Threaded (as used by Motorola, etc.) stubby for 440 MHz
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Prices do not include shipping from Florida.
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Thanks. 73,
Ken Simpson, W8EK
Voice Phone (352) 732-8400
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