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Hello. I wondering about buying PCI max soon. I have small question about MLB-6600 antenna. Is it complete antenna to PCI max, so i can just put antenna cable to pci max and let it go (is all needed to installed to antenna) ? or do i need some adapters etc ?
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Hi!

I would "tune" it first.
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We'll soon have magnetic base antenas for sale, at 79.99 euro.
If you want one, order MLB6600 off the webiste and write under
comments that you actually want PCS-027 antenna. Charges
will be adjusted accordingly.

If you need to see the pic, email me directly.

PCS-027
Omnidirectional magnet-base mobile antenna with cable and coax

Very convenient, with pre-installed coaxial cable and connector and its versatile magnet base. This omni-directional (radiates in all directions) antenna is a good match for low power transmitters, such as PCI MAX 2006+ or cyber max micro. It is recommended where mobile operation is preferred. Magnet-base is heavy and antenna stands by itself securely even when there is no metal underneath. Suitable for low power FM transmitters in mobile applications, for presentations and everywhere where you do not have space for a big clumsy antenna.
Radiator can be extended a bit with the help of a handy included tool. Comes with several feel of coaxial cable and PL259 connector. Do not forget to buy adapter, if you need another kind of connector.

Technical specifications:
- Gain: -1.5dBd
- Impedance: 50 ohms
- Power handling: 1W max.
- Elements: 1
- Antena length: 660mm
- Freq. range: 88-108 MHz (sliding radiator)
- Connector: coaxial cable is wired directly, PL259 plug.
- Weight: 1.5Kg

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so thats complete antenna, i just need tune it to freq what i want ? sounds good
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And here's a picture. Its really hard to make a nice picture of shiny objects
such as antennas



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oh thank you very mutch. BTW how long is that cable ?
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About 4m

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I guess this antenna is great for "mobile" operations?

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The magnetic base is heavy so it stands very nicely on its own everywhere.
Looks pretty good, too.

You can also put it on a radiator, if you're using water-based heating system.

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aerials look terrable no matter what they look like. In my option.
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Ah, you're not a real geek than.

Most people around here just love them,
nothing like a huge multibay array....

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Yes, they're beautiful in their own way.

I think the stupidest thing I saw was a mobile phone tower disguised as a tree in northern California. Many mobile towers in the States are freestanding with bases quite wider than the top with a horizontally triangular mast, but this one was brown and had some strange things that looked like sticks to try to make it blend in atop a tree-less hill.

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There is one of them in our local park, tree its a freeken plastic tree and its a phone mast. The funny thing is there are fake birds on it aswell sorta smart to keep the other shite birds of it.

One behind my house went on a bit of a wild one and started screaming for two days. The birdie went nuts lol
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At our other house I used to live there was this really annoying bird that kept repeating the same tune. It was really annoying when you're trying to sleep-in.

Oh and I'm not a morning person.

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I'm interested in the PCS-027, I just have a couple of questions...

Would it be necessary and/or appropriate to ground the antena? How easy would that be?

I would need approx. 30-40 feet of coax...would this length be OK?
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Do you have something metalic at the place of installation? Just let it stick to it via its magnet.

Cable with the antenna is a few meters only so you'll have to add an extension to it.

If you're going to place this on the roof, better take comet or 3/4 wave antenna.
Or one of the new ones on our new website.

http://www.pcs-electronics.com/test/index.php?cPath=71_38

By the way, our new website is working and you can order there already.

Marko

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Yeh, that PCS antenna should be fine to me, but i also need bit of longer wire (~10 metres) Is that possible to order that antenna + bit longer cable pre-installed? Of course i pay extra of that operation (i dont have eny knowledge of antennas before)
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nope, cable is fixed.

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how i can increase that cable? 4 metres isnt enought for me =/
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Buy 6m extra and extend it

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