The Nagoya NMO-72 Dual Band antenna and RB 50 HD magnetic mount make a great mobile antenna set up. They fit together nicely and hold tight to your vehicle.
Nagoya NMO-72 Dual Band Antenna
The NMO-72 is a 19.2 inch dual-band NMO mount antenna with 3.65 dB of gain. It is designed to be used with your mobile radio. This is a dual band is a VHF and UHF antenna’ It can be used as a base antenna when mounted to a metal ground plane.
With a 1/4 wave on 2 meters and 5/8 wave on 440 MHz providing up to 3.65 dB gain. A 100 watts power handling makes this antenna a real performer..
The RB-50 magnetic mount provides easy mounting. The wide Bandwidth of this design allows it to Transmit and receive on 140-170 MHz and 430-470 MHz.
All Nagoya antennas are individually tested to ensure compatibility with your radio. The Nagoya name produces antennas are dependable, accurate, reliable, and affordable.
There are knock off antennas with the Nagoya name so be sure you get the genuine Nagoya antennas..
Extend the Range of Your Communications
In most antennas, the longer the antenna the better the antenna can boost weak frequencies. Stay away from the shorter 3 – 8″ antennas that offer portability and deliver less transmit and receive performance.
- 136-174 MHz, 400-520 MHz.
- 140-170 MHz, 420-470 MHz
- 1/4λ (144 MHz)
- 5/8λ (430 MHz)
- Gain: 3.65 dbi
- 100 Watts
- Less than 1.5:1
- 50 OHM
- NMO Mount
- 19.17 inches
- 1x Nagoya UT-72 Antenna
Genuine Nagoya RB-50 HD Magnet Mount
The Nagoya Antenna magnet provides premium quality with a heavy 2.5 lb mount with very good holding power. The 5.15″ diameter base are recommended for antennas up to 50 in. tall.
A Solid Brass Chromed NMO threaded mount with Gold contact pin and PTFE insulator. A long 18′ of RG-58 cable and 95% Tinned copper braid. A solid insulation and stranded tinned copper center conductor with a UHF Male connector for outstanding performance.
- Compatible with Any NMO antennas
- 18′ RG 58
- 95% tinned copper braid
- Solid insulator
- Stranded center conductor
- UHF connector
I use these two together when traveling in other people's cars, or when I rent one. It works great with my 878UV plus, and the range is far better then the HT antenna inside the car.