King Controls VuQube satellite TV antenna

CB/antennas | Electronics | January 18, 2012

The VuQube mobile satellite TV antennas are designed for long-haul truckers. The products are 16 inches wide, 7.5 inches high and weigh less than 15 pounds. Available in manual, automatic and in-motion models, the antennas are available in the United States and Canada through King Controls dealers.

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