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Thunderpole Skyscan

Ref:  11006
Frequency RX:  25-1300MHz


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Price:  £29.99

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Thunderpole Skyscan Mobile Scanner Antenna

The 'Skyscan' is a good all-round scanning antenna. The antenna is made up of several different lengths of antenna, each one designed to pick up a certain band, this method works extremely well.

Comes complete with 4 meters of RG58 cable & BNC plug.


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Great performer
Monday, 29 March 2021  | 

Have had good results from this scanner antenna, performs well for budget price. Overall it works so not disappointed. Delivered on time so 10/10

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Main Features

  • Length: 0.64m
  • Impedance: 50 Ohms
  • Frequency: 25-1300MHz
  • Connection: BNC
  • Mounting: Magnetic
  • Made in Great Britain



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