- published: 07 Apr 2017
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Nos meus testes falei com um radio ICOM IC-V80 utilizando esta Nagoya NA 767 aproximadamente 30km em linha reta em local plano sem montanhas de obstáculos. Espero que tenha gostado. 👍 Link onde comprei: http://www.banggood.com/NA-767-10W-Telescoping-Dual-band-Radio-Antenna-for-Walkie-Talkies-p-947096.html?rmmds=search Avalie o vídeo e inscreva-se!
It's buggered :( £15 down the drain. 5 months old :(
Review of the Nagoya NL 770S Dual Band UHF/VHF 144/430MHz 150W Amateur Car Radio Mobile/Station Antenna from Banggood.com Product ID: 1003243 http://www.banggood.com/Dual-Band-UHFVHF-144430MHz-150W-Amateur-Car-Radio-MobileStation-Antenna-p-1003243.html?p=Q41710584060201405MU
A video of my setup today with the tarpaulin on cwmaman mountain, using a baofeng uv5r5/external speaker mic/5 meters of rg8x coax/and a nagoya nl770h base antenna! hit plenty of repeaters, and i also worked matt (g7uuc) in fishponds bristol.
Featuring NA-701 and NA-771 SMA Female, NA-774 and NA-771 SMA Male versions. I'd like to hear from you guys which antenna you think is less honest about itself. Is there such thing as fake Nagoya antennas? Aren't they all fake Diamond ones? Aren't the majority of Diamonds fake anyway? Leave your thoughts below and I will reply in the next video.
Just a simple demonstration of the difference between the original stock antenna that came with the radio - vs - 4 inexpensive NAGOYA upgrades: NA-810, NA-717, NA-771R and the NA-771. The conclusion is obvious; ANTENNA UPGRADE IS A MUST!!!
Comparison of the nagoya na 771 authentic and cheap knockoffs.
BaoFeng BF-F8HP vs Baofeng BF-888SA vs Midland GXT vs BaoFeng UV-5R with and without Nagoya NA-717 Test location details: this was a very difficult test for RF, with a huge variety of power lines, houses, steel and concrete buildings over relatively flat terrain. The recorded audio is analog out from a Midland GXT at the base location. Radio specifics: The Midland GXT has auto receive gain adjustment that can make static quite loud. The BaoFeng models with the exception of the 888 have high or low pass filters to reduce hiss. The 888 has no filters, probably part of its cost savings. The Midland GXT did great considering its power levels, but its battery tech and feel in the hand is terrible. Its standard headphone jack made recording this test a breeze. I do not talk loudly or at...
A look at 2 Andrews communication home base fiberglass antenna. These are the very similar to their Nagoya and Diamond counterparts. if you're considering a new dual or triband antenna for home, definitely give these a look
The Wouxun stock antenna performs ok in this basic test but the under £10 Nagoya NA771 is a much better substitute. Spending twice that amount will give you a high quality Retech RHA771 dual band VHF/UHF antenna. Not only the extra bars from UV8D's S metre but also better audio clarity. Leave a comment if you have any question.
Join me on Facebook: www.facebook.com/handyradio.co.uk Also on Twitter: twitter.com/handyradio A quick video demonstrating my Yaesu ham radios. Just sold the FT-252 VHF last week so down to just the VX-7R and the FT-817ND. By the way ND stands for Normally Dead as the Yaesu battery pack is absolutely rubbish. I also had a brief 6 months living with an FT-60E before upgrading. I love these 2 and usually carry the VX-7R wherever I go in the backpack. A successful contact with Ivor M6ITV on 2m simplex over a 2 mile range. Shame I couldn't use the Wonder Wand widebander antenna this time so subscribe for more uploads.
My new dual band mobile antenna, the nagoya nl-770r.
who knows what one is real & what one is fake
Here is my review on the Nagoya magmount with a female SMA on the end- this lends it to work out of the box with many of the cheap Baofeng/Pofung radios. Overall I think this is a nice temporary/travel antenna. It is flimsy though so I wouldn't recommend leaving this on your car for extended periods of time; it probably won't last. Here is the link to buy it from Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00DTQ4A6M/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B00DTQ4A6M&linkCode=as2&tag=tonymill-20&linkId=VEZOMBMIQJ6MGNKL Use this link if you plan to do ANY shopping on Amazon.com; it helps me fund my content and doesn't cost you anything! http://www.amazon.com/?_encoding=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&linkCode=ur2&tag=tonymill-20&linkId=YM5WTCMCX2EDKXGZ
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In this video I listen to a repeater (on 70cm ) using both of these antennas to show the difference in reception. The NA 771 is better for receiving on 70cm than the extendible NA 773, but the NA-773 is much more portable and easy to carry. The radio used to test these antennas is a TYT UVF1. I found out later that actually, the NA-773 works better if you collapse down 1 or 2 of the top sections on 70cm. Help make my videos better: https://www.patreon.com/radiosification
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