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Recent reviews for this item:
Rick, September 22, 2011 Does what it's supposed to do: enables the use of a
BNC-equipped antenna on a MCX-equipped handheld GPS. I use
it with a Garmin GPSMap-60CSx that is used below deck.
Jake the Bosun, June 22, 2010 Simple device. Works well.
ZL2ROB, October 27, 2009 Many thanks... Good service and will look forward to more
trade. kind regards, Robert
astrodanco, December 31, 1969 To clarify, this pigtail has a BNC female (aka BNC jack) connector on one end and a MCX male (aka MCX plug) connector on the other end. This is used to connect an (older) antenna with a BNC plug to a (newer) GPSR with an MCX jack. For example, an old GA27 antenna with a BNC plug into a new Streetpilot 26xx, 27xx or 28xx with an MCX jack. However, also note that some of those old antennas require 5 volts and the new GPSRs only supply 3 volts.