Need to replace your antenna? The Metra Side/Top Mount Rubber Antenna makes a great replacement antenna for surfaces with 4 holes. This heavy-duty unit features a rubber mast and a split ball base.
Features adjustable ball base for top or side mounting, 31" mast with spring, detachable 96" cable, 78" braided ground lead, and 3 hole mounting.
Dual Electronics MAR16B Flexible Mast Long Range Marine Antenna AM/FM Radio Antenna Black provides studio quality sound for an unbeatable price. Your flexible mast long range marine antenna has a range of up to 10 miles to include all Marine Band frequencies making it a must have on the open ocean. Our engineers designed your marine radio antenna to be extremely durable with its flexible mast so that it can withstand bracing winds while providing you with exceptional sound quality. The weather resistant design includes a sealed rubber exterior that will ensure your marine antenna will not succumb to salt and spray for excellent reception and longevity. The unique design of your marine antenna allows numerous mounting options, which include a 180-degree swivel base, and a 54-inch cable, which permits easy mounting in any location in no time. Backed by our 1 Year Warranty that guarantees a hassle free experience with excellent customer service.
Side/Top Mount Universal Replacement Antenna for AM/FM Bands
Help improve your radio reception with this compact Antenna Signal Amplifier.
Basic RV Entertainment Center Operations: TV, Radio, & Antenna Thompson Family RV 14040 110th Ave Davenport, IA 52804 ...
A group of men has gathered on the lawn behind the Grant Community Center, braving the unsettling Saturday heat with a singular purpose in mind. They’ve erected a large antenna on the lawn, and they’ve set up headquarters in an RV.
They’ve run wires from the RV to the antenna to a large generator out back. They listen on headphones and twist dials and speak in technical jargon over the whir...Source: www.floridatoday.com
WEST WINDSOR — When the International Space Station talks, people listen. That's what happened on Sunday when members of the David Sarnoff Radio Club, using a specially tuned antenna, tracked a signal from the ISS as it passed over the Princeton area on Sunday afternoon.
It was just one of the activities on Saturday and Sunday, June 27 and 28 as the David Sarnoff Radio Club joined...Source: www.nj.com
AM/FM Cassette Stereo, CD Player, Heated Holding Tanks, Main Awning, Microwave, Oven, Ceiling Fan, Outside Shower, Skylight, Ladder, Roof A/C, Stove, Stabilizer Jacks, TV Antenna , Slide Toppers, and Enclosed Underbelly. * Purchase price includes all ...
That's what happened on Sunday when members of the David Sarnoff Radio Club, using a specially tuned antenna, tracked a signal from the ... outside the building and in RV's and trailers, members communicated with other radio aficionados from various ...
They’ve run wires from the RV to the antenna to a large generator out back. They listen on headphones and twist dials and speak in technical jargon over the whir of static and crackle of radio chatter. These men comprise the Harris/Intersil Amateur Radio ...