1296 MHz Contest and EME Stationary Super Yagi Antenna PA1296-43-3.6AUTHD Strong Construction.
High wind area super Yagi antenna. Heavy duty design.
1296MHz – 23cm High Wind Area Yagi Antenna PA1296-43-3.6AUT Portable EME Q65 Azimuth Radiation Pattern
Specifications for PA1296-43-3.6AUTHD
|Frequency Range:||1290 – 1310 MHz (1240 – 1320 MHz by order)|
|Free Space Forward Gain:||21.4 dBi|
|Front to Back Ratio:||38 dB|
|3 dB Horizontal Beam width:||17.2°|
|3 dB Vertical Beamwidth:||17.55°|
|Nominal Input Impedance:||50 Ohms|
|SWR Across Entire Band:||< 1.2|
|Maximum Power Input:||300 W|
|Matching Method:||Voltage balun. UT141 or similar Teflon cable|
|Number of Elements:||43|
|Element Diameter:||4 mm Aluminum rod|
|Dipole Diameter:||3 mm Copper|
|Longest Element:||120 mm|
|Element Mounting Position:||Above the Boom|
|Balun and Connector:||Included|
|Boom Length:||3.54 m|
|Boom Size:||20 x 20 mm|
|Number of Boom Pieces:||3|
|Support:||3 pieces. 20 x 20 mm + 30 x 20 mm|
|Mounting Mast Diameter:||43 – 70 mm 1-11/16″ – 2-3/4″ OD, M8 Stainless Steel two clamps.|
|Survival Wind Speed:||150 km/h|
|Net Weight:||4 kg|
|Gross Weight:||5.2 kg|
|Transportation Length:||1.2 m|
23 cm Super Yagi PA1296-43-3.6AUTHD with bottom support. Strong bracket with two stainless steel M8 clamps.
Vertical Stacking Distance:
|Two antennas for F/S -13 dB||730 mm|
Horizontal Stacking Distance:
|Two antennas for F/S< -13 dB||740 mm|
23 cm High Wind Area Super Yagi Antenna 1290 – 1310 MHz PA1296-43-3.6AUTHD Appearance.
1296 MHz HD Windy Locations Super Yagi Antenna 20.4 dBi PA1296-43-3.6AUTHD label.
Measured Return Loss at antenna connector PA1296-43-3.6AUTHD High Wind Area Yagi.
Measured SWR at antenna connector PA1296-43-3.6AUTHD Strong Wind Locations Yagi.
All elements are already attached, positioned and measured
Just join the boom and support. Enjoy in strong signals with PA1296-43-3.6AUTHD.
Picture taken on sunny day. Boom and elements stands straight as an arrow.
With this antenna setup. Stack of 3 antennas contest crew F1AAM, F6BKD, F1FIH and F2CT Wins F8TD Trophy 2021
On the picture Bernard F6BKD/HB9AYX, Michel F1FIH, Jean Pierre F1AAM, and F2CT at camera.
Excellent results with ODX more than 1000 km.
Congratulations to team.
A Major advance in Amateur Radio antenna design.
All antennas have been calculated using state of the art full 3D Electromagnetic Simulation
Software including the influence of the boom, bracket, baluns and connectors.
The performance of antennas designed using these techniques are exceptional, far better than
antennas designed using “wire” programs like EZNEC Pro/4 –NEC v5.0, 4NEC2, MMANA or AO.