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This uni-directional, Yagi style antenna is intended for long range applications ranging from 15-60 miles from the transmitters. Its 43 elements create a powerful 15.7 dB gain with a front to back ratio of 27dB.
- Range 60 miles
- This is a Medium Directional antenna and yields a beam width of about 25 degrees.
- Front to back ratio: 27dB
- High gain across entire UHF band (UHF channels 14-69)
- Dimensions 19" H x 18" W x 50" Deep
- Weight: 5 lbs.
- Includes hardware for mounting to a mast; antenna has a 75 ohm coax connection
1. To assemble the antenna, join the two
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.
Place the black balun box on the underside of the boom and fix with thumb screw
3. 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.)
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.
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.
6. Fix antenna to mast and firmly tighten
Note: illustration shows an
installation for a horizontally antenna. By changing the orientation of the
tilt assembly, a Vertically mounted installation can be achieved.
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