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  1. From the album: PACNWComms - Misc Photos

    2004 Pontiac Grand Prix with antennas on the rear window and trunk lip. Rear window was the factory On-Star antenna, which was removed once that service was no longer free.....left the nub of the mount though. Going right to left on the trunk lip, a small XM satellite antenna is shown, then a NMO (New Motorola) trunk lip mount with Laird UHF Phantom antenna for commercial UHF/GMRS use. Phantom antenna was connected to a UHF Vertex VX-3200 mobile. Last is a NMO VHF whisker style antenna, connected to another Vertex VX-3200 mobile. The VHF I started with was a Sti-Co, but someone must have noticed what it was and took it at one point. I then began to use cheap 5/8 wave VHF antennas bought in bulk from Tessco that were never stolen. I found this interesting as the UHF Phantom style antenna was the most expensive, but looked cheap and ineffective.

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