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Can i connect an antenna, lets say 200ft in the air to motorola FCC ID:K7GMJBGJ

K7gmjbgj hand held walkie talkie

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Hi,

It is Possible, but not recommended.

By the way when you post a query, always Give the following info:

Make & Model of your radio

Giving the FCC ID is of no value here.

Cheers,
Peter

Posted on Mar 06, 2013

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