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Magnetic-Base Roof-Mount Antenna

$49.99

Extended range and maximum convenience!

This magnetic vehicle roof-mount antenna is perfect when you need to extend your tracking range or you just need to reliably track your dog from your vehicle.

You've seen the huge 40 to 60 inch antennas - nice for getting longer range, but cumbersome and bulky, easily catching on branches or snapping in cold temps. But the shorter 12 to 20 inch antennas just don't get the job done.

We've developed an antenna that offers the best of both worlds - it's perfect for any hunter. When fully assembled, the overall antenna length is 31-1/8 inches - long enough to substantially extend your tracking distance, but still manageable in "real world" conditions. For even greater convenience, the whip portion of this antenna separates into 2 pieces - making it easy to transport and store when not being used.

The powerful 3.5 inch magnet lets you easily attach the antenna to any metal surface - perfect for the roof of your vehicle. We include 12 feet of cable that gives you plenty of slack for most hunting situations and the cable includes a direct-connect SMA connector that connects directly to your compatible tracking device - no special parts or adapters needed.

Our antenna comes pre-tuned for maximum range, so it never needs turning and it's compatible with the Garmin Alpha, Garmin Astro, SportDOG TEK-V1L, SportDOG TEK-V1LT, or Quick Track OMNI (not compatible with SportDOG TEK 2.0).


Features

  • Compatible with Quick Track OMNI, Garmin Astro, Garmin Alpha, SportDOG TEK 1.0 (not compatible with TEK 2.0)
  • Pre-Tuned
  • Whip separates into 2 parts for easy transport and storage
  • 2 dBd (4.14 dBi) Gain
  • 3.5" powerful magnetic base
  • 12 feet of RG-5/8/U cable
  • SMA male connector - connects directly to handheld with no special adapters required
  • 31" whip
  • 150-160 MHz
  • Long-Range Receive

  • Model: GVRoofAnt
  • Manufactured by: Grain Valley




This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 13 January 2016.

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