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It’s going to be a radio antenna. That is fm from 98-108 MHz. The one I have now on the roof, gets tangled (with the lights) in heave bushes when I drive a little bit off roads. And some times the transmission isn’t the best but putting on an even bigger one on the roof is a bad idea. Well there are some sold on eBay as both antennas and flagpole but they look like something that maybe fits on the leading beach buggy on some tourist trips, and not a cool type of off-road antenna. Little bit funny because if you search for flagpole on cars, you always get one sold with the American flag on it....lolBut that doesn't mean that antenna actually works on his radio... he never said what it's for. Vhf, uhf, grms, cb, ham, frs... or unknown southeast asia systems?
Okey thanks. I was thinking of making a small flag pole at the same time but now I know that plan is not good....Well as snoranger pointed out... that antenna you showed us is a uhf antenna in 477mhz so it wont work for your needs.... at all...
I have no idea what the radio is for (in north america fm in that range is for music/news stations.) So here, fm antennas just aren't very big because they dont need to be. They recieve only and the broadcast stations are the ones that need the masive power. Where you are I assume 98-107mhz is used for something different?
There's a ton of good radio experts here but unfortunately not many from your part of the word. Give us some specs and details on the radio and what its used for and we can probably help you find the appropriate antenna.