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Product Description

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Q: What model of two way radio is this yagi antenna suitable for?

A: You can use this yagi antenna as long as your walkie-talkie's antenna is removable, such as Retevis H-777 RT29 RT-5R, Baofeng BF-F8HP UV-5R UV-3R BF-888S, Kenwood TK-240 TK-250 TK-255 TK-260, HYT TC-268, WOUXUN KG-UVD1P and more. But it doesn'tfit Retevis H-777S RT22 etc, because their antennas are not detachable.

Note: You need cables and adapters to connect your radio and antenna. (The package contains only the antenna and nothing else)

Package include: 1 X AY04 Antenna

Frequency Range UHF 400-470Mhz and VHF136-174Mhz
Impedance 50Ω
VSWR <1.5
Gain 9.5 dBi / 11.5 dBi
Horizontal Beam Width 53°/ 45°
Vertical Beam Width 48°/ 40°
Polarization Horizontal or Vertical
Front To Back Ratio gt;12 dB
Max Power 100W
Lighting Protection SL16.K
Mounting hardware Ø30-Ø60 mm
Rated Wind Velocity 60 m/s

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