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Item specifics

Condition:
New: A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is ...
Compatible Product:
Two-Way Radio
Color:
Black
Model:
UHF Antenna for Motorola
MPN:
88777218101613
Frequency:
400-470 MHz
Compatible Models:
HT10 HT50 HT600 HT750 HT1550 MV11C MV21CVS MV22CVS
Warranty:
Yes
Frequency Band(s):
UHF
Compatible Brand:
For Motorola
Length:
9cm / 3.5 inch
Brand:
HQRP
Band:
UHF
Type:
Antenna
UPC:
884667796335



HQRP UHF Antenna for Motorola HT10 HT50 HT600 HT750 HT1550 MV11C



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