This is a Large Directional
antenna and yields a beam width of about 25 degrees.
Does not include mast
Includes hardware for mounting to a mast, and 75ohm transformer for coax connection
Range: up to 70+ Miles
High protection, anti-corrosion, anodized aluminum construction, low wind load design
Reflector grids manufactured from welded, hot dipped, zinc-plated steel with plastic coating
Inclinable mast clamp for horizontal or vertical installation, Snap-lock quick assembly
High performance, integral PCB balun for true signal matching
Front to back ratio: 28 dB
UHF band only (UHF channels 14-69)
Max Gain 16.7 dB
Dimensions 22" H x 20" W x 93" Deep, Weight: 6.5 lbs. (Lifetime Warranty)
This high performance UHF antenna has a higher
gain and a smaller beam angle than conventional Yagi antennas. The reflector
grids create an improved front to back ratio with shorter construction while
the 91 elements truly make it one of the highest gain UHF antennas
Although the 91XG is one of the highest gain UHF
antennas made, it is also very directional. If you live more than 60 miles from
the transmitters, you must get as much elevation on the antenna as possible. Even
with its great gain, it cannot pick up signals blocked by the curvature of the
To assemble the antenna, join the three sections of the boom using the joining
brackets bolts and wing nuts. Ensure that the holes that locate the directors
are on the top of the boom.
2. Place the black balun box on
the underside of the boom and fix with thumb screw bolt provided.
Attach "U" shaped tilt bracket assembly to the underside of the boom
and tighten the wing nuts in the desired position. (Note this assembly can be
fitted to enable either a vertical or horizontal installation, depending on
your local area.)
4. To fit the directors to the boom, line
up each piece with a corresponding hole in the boom and press firmly to snap
together Ensure that each director is fitted with the arrow pointing towards
the front. As each director assembly is identical, it does not matter in which
order they are fitted.
5. After the directors have been
fitted, attach the two large corner reflector screens to the boom by sliding
the metal brackets under the head of the screw and the wing nut.
Fix antenna to mast and firmly tighten all screws.
Note: illustration shows an installation for a horizontally antenna.
By changing the orientation of the tilt assembly, a Vertically mounted
installation can be achieved.
If you need a highly directional UHF antenna, the 91XG from Antennas Direct is a great option. It provides exceptionally high gain from a directional antenna. It can be mounted on a tall mast to get the best reception when up to 65 miles from the broadcast tower.