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Post subject: rubber duck antenna question from the new guy
Posted: Tue May 16, 2006 11:26 am
 
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Hello everyone!

I am a new member to the forum, and hopefully you foks have some suggestions...

I need to reach a dozen or so companies that manufacture VHF rubber ducks (like you'd use on a handy-talkie). I am working/have worked with Linx Technologies, Centurion and Radiall-Larsen but need to reach others; problem is I don't know who is out there.

When I did a Google Search I kept getting bogged down with useless links, which is pretty frustrating...gee, you mean Barnes and Noble . com sells antennas??? Cool, I can have a mocha-latte and get the whips I need all in one place.

Thanks in advance for your suggestions.

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Posted: Wed May 17, 2006 2:31 am
 
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