Firestik NGP Replacement Antenna | Right Channel Radios

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Firestik NGP Replacement Antenna

$27.95

  • This replacement antenna is designed to be used with other NGP kits and coax cables

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Ideal for use on motorhomes, ATV's, motorcycles and other vehicles made of fiberglass or lacking a large ground plane area. The Firestik NGP replacement antenna is designed to be used ONLY with other NGP (no-ground plane) kits and coax cable. Using an NGP antenna with standard coax cable will result in serious performance issues. These antennas are perfect for building a custom NGP system or replacing a damaged NGP antenna.

Model / SKU:Firestik FG2, 3, 4
Recommended for:For use with Firestik NGP coax cable. ONLY! This antenna is ideal for replacing a damaged NGP antenna on your motorhome, ATV or motorcycle.
Notable Features:Does not need to ground to a metal surface, can only be used with NGP coax cable
Compatible with:
This antenna matches Firestik NGP coax cable and other NGP antenna systems.
Antenna Length(s):
2', 3', 4'
Antenna Color(s):
Black, White
Approximate Range:
Range(s) provided are for comparison purposes only and are subject to numerous installation and environmental variables. For more detailed information, please see our reference article on CB Radio Range.

  • 3' Length: 2 to 3 miles
  • 4' Length: 3 to 5 miles
Product Includes:Firestik NGP antenna

The antenna's frequency is altered in order to maintain a desirable center band position when used with the tuned coaxial feedline. Accordingly, this type of antenna may only be used with the Firestik NGP cable. The chrome-plated machine brass mounting base has standard 3/8"-24 threads. A high-efficiency, voltage-increasing helical wind is also utilized. Heavy insulated copper wire is used to guard against shorted coils and corrosion-induced resistance, which is commonly found on other brands of antennas.

 

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