Antennas are needed for some Radio Units to help an owner find a dog in the training field or after a hunt. The hunter uses a beeping transmitter collar on the animal, a receiver to pick up the collar's signal, and a handheld antenna for direction and to magnify the signal.
Antennas act like a radio tower that magnifies the signal coming from the dog's transmitter collar. Our antennas are flexible. Use the one that fits your needs.
Most of the following antennas are directional types, and are pre-cut to the users specification in the 148-220 MHz frequency range. Each antenna is furnished with a foot coaxial cable, with BNC or UHF connections to hook to the receiver, and instructions for use.