Question about Midland 75-785 Handheld CB Radio
The best out of the package antenna for a magnetic I have experienced has been the Wilson "Lil Wil". As long as the instructions are read and followed correctly and adjusted with a good working SWR meter you should not have any problems. Make sure the ground is good on the base, and adjust the lowest SWR on channel 20. Then check the other channels 1 and 40 to make sure the SWR reading is even. If you cannot get a good reading anywhere, check the ground and readjust the base. Should you continue to have a high reading you may have to trim the length of the antenna according to instructions included with the Wilson Antenna. Your radio should not need any adjustment and is factory preset and tuned. This is instructions for the "Little Wil", however, you may choose some of the more broadbanded antennas that are longer and easier to tune, although more pricey.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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