The Multi-Code MCS 106603 by Linear remote whip antenna is a complete kit for receivers equipped with a Type F antenna connector. A whip antenna, mounting bracket and 15 feet of coaxial cable are included. Ideal for increasing the range of hand-held gate opener transmitters, this remote whip coax antenna is designed to be compatible with most radio receiver brands.
This local antenna works with DRQP 1-channel gate receivers, SMDRG 1-channel gate receivers and many more. As an omnidirectional local whip, this Multi-Code antenna can give you the safety and security you need for peace of mind.
Manufactured by Linear
Complete kit designed for receivers with a Type F antenna connector
Mounting bracket included
15 feet of coaxial cable included
Increases range of hand-held gate opener transmitters
QUESTION: What frequency is this antenna designed to be used with? Antenna design effective length of the wire is all about the intended frequency. <br /><br />Is it sold as an accessory to a specific receiver, but can be used on other products? by None N 6/13/2014
STAFF ANSWER: The cable is 25ft long and it will work on frequencies between 288 and 390Mhz. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: does this antenna need to be mounted outside house to woek? by None N 5/28/2013
ANSWER: Not sure, I bought it to mount outside for better range. by C A a
ANSWER: I would contact the manufacturer or search for the instructions online to obtain an answer. My antenna was mounted outside at the top of a brick wall to facilitate opening our driveway gate from the street. Works great at a distance of 40 yards so long as the remote is pushed within the site line of the antenna. I would guess that distance would have to be reduced quite a bit if you mounted the antenna behind the exterior wall of a house. by S T a
ANSWER: We installed it on a metal pole near the gate.. it works great! extended the range on our remotes. And that is exactly what we wanted. by R A a
ANSWER: It doesn't require any certain location, however mounting outside increases better reception. Not being blocked by the exterior walls. by M I a
QUESTION: How do I hook the coax to genie box? by None N 11/9/2012