What is the Survival Antenna?

 
 

Components;
8ft. 3in. of RG-58 coax.
3ft. 300 ohm ladder line twin lead. [1] adapter
of choice to match your radio. SO239 TO SMA male,SMA female, BNC male.
15ft. mil-spec 550 cord.
6 mil zip lock bag.

Each antenna is custom tuned.
All feed points are water protected with heat shrink tubing.
The antenna is hung in a tree simulating live use, then trimmed for specific frequency using an analyzer.
SWR,[Standing wave ratio], is set as low as possible for it’s frequency.
The Survival Antenna can be cut for any custom frequency.
The 550 cord has many uses but mainly for launching into a tree.
The product rolls up into a zip lock bag and easily fits into a small back pack or day bag.

Each antenna has an instruction sheet included.
Comes ready to use.
Very durable for use in rugged areas.

“BE PREPARED” !! THE SURVIVAL ANTENNA has been tested in the Rocky Mountains, and has transmitted and received signal up to 50 miles and beyond. [this depends on terrain and obstruction.] The antennas adaptor also allows you to connect to a car radio, [2 meter ham radio].  Even if you are not a licensed ham operator, hand held radios are legal to use on the MURS frequency. The Survival Antenna makes a great field training tool.                                   

•Rugged

•Durable

•Simple

•MADE IN THE U.S.A.

 




ORDER THE SMA MALE ADAPTER IF YOUR RADIO IS THE FOLLOWING MODEL
FT-2DR
FT-60R
FT-270R
FT-277
FT-252
FT-257
ALL VX RADIOS
FT-IDR-HD
KENWOOD
TH-K20A
TH-F6A
TH-D72A

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ORDER THE SMA FEMALE ADAPTER IF YOUR RADIO IS THE FOLLOWING MODEL

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ORDER THE BNC ADAPTER IF YOUR RADIO IS THE FOLLOWING MODEL                

Most older radios

 

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Testimonials

I often hunt in areas with little or no cell phone coverage. My survival antenna always goes with me in my pack. In the mountains, it often makes the difference between hitting the repeater or not …which could make the difference between life and death.  Thanks for putting this together!
Jared