NMO150/450/800 Pulse-Larsen Tri Band Whip 150-940 MHz (2m, 70cm and 806-940) MHz Omni antenna NMO Base
NMO150/450/800 Pulse-Larsen Tri Band Whip 150-940 MHz (2m, 70cm and 806-940) MHz Omni antenna NMO BaseMore InfoSpecifications Reviews
The Pulse-Larsen NMO150/450/800 is a Tri Band Whip Omnidirectional scanner Antenna operating at 150-165 MHz (2m band), 450-470 MHz (70cm band), 806-940 MHz (ISM Band) with NMO Mount Base. Larsen NMO150/450/800 tri band nmo MONOPOLE antenna is 16.5" long and is made of stainless steel. It is ideal for Public safetly applications that needs multiple bands and it can also be used as a scanner antenna or for Ham bands. It is compatible with Yaesu FT-7900RE, Baofeng UV5R+ transceivers and Uniden BC95XLT, BCD536HP scanner. Use a NMO mount with this antenna.
For Motorola all-band and Harris all-band radios, buy NMO15/0450/758.
The Pulse-Larsen NMO150/450/800 is a Tri Band Whip Omnidirectional Antenna operating at 150-165 MHz, 450-470 MHz, 806-940 MHz with NMO Mount Base
Founded in 1965 as Larsen Electronics, the company was acquired in 1999 by Radiall, then later by Pulse Electronics. Most of the company's antennas, mounts and cable kits are still made in the USA in the original factory in Vancouver, Washington. With over 2,000 standard antennas deliverable on short-notice, Pulse-Larsen is the recognized industry leader for LMR/Land Mobile Radio and Public Safety / M2M communications. All Pulse / Larsen antennas, cable kits and NMO mounts are covered by the original Larsen No Nonsense 2-Year Warranty.
These antennas have standard NMO / New Motorola mounting. NMO cable kits, such as the NMOKHFUD series can be purchased separately on this website.
|Manufacturer Part Number||NMO150/450/800|
|Frequency 2||450-470 MHz|
|Gain 2||2.14 dBi|
|Frequency 3||806-940 MHz|
|Gain 3||2.14 dBi|
|Antenna Style||Tri Band Whip|
|Antenna Category||Tri-band (VHF-UHF-700/800 MHz)|
|SISO or MIMO||SISO|
|Directional or Omni||Omnidirectional|
|VSWR: < X: 1||2:01|
|OK for Outdoor Use||Yes|
|Ground Plane Required||No|
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