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Ride the Range Line

New Durable Antennas for Every Adventure

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EXPERIENCE A NEW LEVEL OF RANGE

Ride the Range antennas bring you industry-leading design and technology to optimize your experience.

Enhanced Range

Extend your range up to 4x

Compatible

Works with GMRS mobile radios

Multiple dB Options

Decibel level for every environment

Heavy Duty

Built to withstand 

Introducing the New MXAT Line

MXTA26

MXAT01VP

Grand Vista™

7.5dB Medium-Duty Fiberglass Antenna

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MXTA25

MXAT03

Canyon Edge™

3dB Medium-Duty Bullbar Antenna

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MXAT04VP

Highland™ Tall

6.6db Heavy-Duty Bullbar Antenna

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MXAT05VP

Highland™ 

3db Heavy-Duty Bullbar Antenna

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UNDERSTANDING DECIBEL (dB) COVERAGE

Lower dB casts a taller signal, making communication clearer when encountering heavily obstructed areas such as cities, dense forests, and mountains. 


Medium dB helps strengthen communication in areas with some obstructions like hills and scattered trees.


Higher dB casts a longer signal, better fit for areas with minimum obstructions like wide open plains or highways.

Antenna dB Comparison

Mounting Compatibility Guide

accessory recommendations

MXTA26

MXTA23

ROLL BAR/MIRROR MOUNTING BRACKET

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MXTA25

MXTA21

JEEP® WRANGLER BRACKET MOUNT

$19.99

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MXTA24

LOW-PROFILE ANTENNA CABLE

$29.99

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MXTA12

ANTENNA MAGNET & CABLE MOUNT

$29.99

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ANTENNA TIPS AND TRICKS

• To maximize range, mount your antenna as high as possible.


• Don’t install a bullbar antenna with the base near or above the roof line.


• Don’t install a fiberglass antenna on a lip mount, as it is not secure enough.


• The best place to route your cable from the cab to the front of the vehicle is through the firewall. There should be a rubber grommet you can use for access.


• When attaching your antenna mount to the coax cable, do not over-tighten.


• To properly ground your antenna, ensure the mounting surface is bare metal without powder coating or paint. Additional antenna grounding is not necessary with GMRS, but may help overall performance.


• To avoid signal obstruction and interference, keep your antenna away from light bars, GPS antennas, cables, roof racks, air scoops, etc.


• When routing the antenna cable always keep it away from power cables, intercom cables, ignition cables/coils, engine electronics, and any other cables.


• If radio interference occurs, clip ferrite core beads to the antenna cable to suppress noise.


• Always avoid tightly coiling or bundling any excess antenna cable. If the cable is too long, shorten it by cutting the cable and using a PL259 Male Crimp Connector kit. You can also route the cable to use the excess length. 


• Use hooks and cable wrap to secure the cable. Avoid zip ties if possible.

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These were the style of antennas that I had been searching for, but could only be found with CB radios. I’ve always wanted the beefy antenna look and these fit the bill to the tee; not to mention, being backed by Midland’s attention to quality and durability. I found them to have the perfect flex without whipping all over the place, but also not so stiff that they’ll break off. I’m sure the robust springs at the base will withstand branches on the trail, but still be rigid enough to not get bent.

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Asia Samson

Baptism Overland

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