Receive Antennas

Some antenna designs are very well suited for reception, but less well suited for transmission, for example because the efficiency is too low (example Beverage antenna). Other reception antennas are particularly broadband and therefore have only a low gain on the transmission side. And still other concepts - such as active antennas - are not suitable for transmission in principle.


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  1. qro.cz Feed Point Preamp Box + Terminator
    qro.cz Feed Point Preamp Box + Terminator

    Basic modules for the construction of different wire antennas for shortwave reception (0.1 - 30 MHz)

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    €149.00
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €125.21
    SKU QRO-FPPREAMP
  2. Diamond D220S Mobile Mini Discone
    Diamond D220S Mobile Mini Discone

    Mini Discone for on the road, 70cm high, 100-1600 MHz, TX on 2m, 70cm, 23cm

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    €119.00
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €100.00
    SKU 18059.S
  3. D-220 Mobile Mini Discone
    D-220 Mobile Mini Discone

    Mini Discone for on the road, 70cm high, 100-1600 MHz, TX on 2m, 70cm, 23cm

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    €111.90
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €94.03
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    SKU 18059
  4. TEN-90-MUSH ADS-B antenna 1090 MHz
    TEN-90-MUSH ADS-B antenna 1090 MHz

    TEN-90-MUSH antenna for ADS-B reception on 1090 MHz, TNC socket, IP68

    In stock, shipped in 1 to 2 days

    €169.00
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €142.02
    SKU 17502.M

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FAQ

What is an FM receiving antenna?
An FM receiving antenna is a device used to improve the reception of FM signals. It can help amplify and stabilise the signal from radio stations for better sound quality and reception performance.
What are the different types of FM receiving antennas?
There are different types of FM receiving antennas, including rod antennas, telescopic antennas and outdoor antennas. Rod antennas are usually small and easy to install, while telescopic antennas are slightly larger and extendable to extend the reception range. Outdoor antennas are larger and more powerful and are usually mounted on a pole or wall outdoors.
How do you choose the right FM receiving antenna?
Choosing the right FM reception antenna depends on several factors, such as the location of the radio, the distance to radio stations and the availability of signals in the area. If you live in an urban environment, a simple rod antenna may be sufficient. However, if you live in a rural area or are further away from radio stations, a more powerful outdoor antenna may be required. It is also important to consider the connections and compatibility with your radio.