|Product Depth (in.)||67 in||Product Height (in.)||10.25 in|
|Product Width (in.)||67 in|
|Antenna Gain (dB)||0||Display Resolution||HD|
|Electronics Included Components||No additional items included||Features||No Additional Features|
|Returnable||90-Day||Signal Type||FM, UHF, VHF|
|Manufacturer Warranty||NINETY DAYS LIMITED|
A: Yes it will, it will even work for a TV antennae, but pretty short range, I am using for my weather radio and have 3 hooked up. Hope this helps
A: Yes, it will. I have into an amp and splitter feeding 6 FM receivers and a NOAA radio.
A: 300-ohm / 75-ohm transformer, I do believe it comes with one. It's been a while since I bought it. I am including the URL so you can see what they are talking about. https://www.parts-express.com/parts-express-75-to-300-ohm-matching-transformer--180-010?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=pla&gclid=Cj0KCQjw7YblBRDFARIsAKkK-dL4zQcQeZOz-SdwMRPwwcWMtcrzPPB5GFbxMhlX0TLT4w2YaykIEqcaAqyJEALw_wcB
A: transformer came with the one i received.
A: To best connect coax (75 ohm) you need a Balun. (Balenced/unbalenced) transformer. Cost about 5 bucks. Alternative is to use 300 ohm cable, not common any more, and more susceptible to interference.
A: This is the cable you need. The SKU number is: 177669 It is: 50 ft. RG-6 Quad Shielded Coaxial Cable Here is a link to it: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Commercial-Electric-50-ft-RG-6-Quad-Shielded-Coaxial-Cable-Y304189/203726224
A: RG6 coax
A: RG6 works fine
A: Hi Boulderguy, My install was identical to yours, you can use wire ties to secure to mast all the way down. If I remember right the mast is already RG-6 ready, I silicone the outside of my connector at the mast to weather proof. I then run it to my receiver got the fittings to hook it up. If you use wire ties like I subjected, try to get UV resistant ties. I think I answered your question or at least helped.
A: It is a receive antenna. If you can receive the station in your car this antenna should easily feed the signal into a receiver.
A: put mine on 15 foot high post, pulls in station i have never knew existed.
A: I mounted it outdoors, high on my fachia boards, get much better reception on some stations I was having difficulty with.
A: If I understand your question, you are asking if you can use this antenna for a low power radio transmitter. The short answer is no. This antenna is a receiving antenna. It would not provide the proper impedance load for a transmitter and, consequently, a high VSWR. This, in turn, would damage your transmitter. A simple dipole transmitting antenna is what you need for a transmitting station.
A: Yes. I installed one in my garage to use with a radio to pull in a few weak stations. If you are trying to pick up one specific station that is very weak, you may need a directional FM antenna that has more gain. Here's a useful link about how to pick up a weak station: https://kgnu.org/ht/helpfm.html The article is a bit long, but very informative.