Lightweight 70cm Wideband Yagi Antenna 70cm14WB3V
Vertical polarization antenna for FM repeaters, or horizontal polarization for DXing or contesting by order.
A strong 30 x 30mm boom will ensure stable mechanical characteristics on any wind. Wideband characteristics with extremely low SWR on the whole band will set this antenna as universal for any purpose.
What does 70cm14WB3V mean?
70cm – 70cm band
14 – 14 elements
WB – Wideband version. By order 430-440 MHz or 430-450MHz as 70cm14Wide3V
3 – About 3m long boom
V – Vertical polarization. Horizontal by order.
70cm14WB3V Electrical Specifications:
Frequency Range: 430 – 440MHz or 430 – 450MHz by order.
Free Space Forward Gain: 16.4dBi
Front-to-Back Ratio: 27dB
3 dB Horizontal Beamwidth: 30.5°
3 dB Vertical Beamwidth: 32.4°
Polarization: Vertical (Horizontal by order)
Nominal Input Impedance: 50 Ohms
SWR Across Entire Band: <1.2
Maximum Power Input: 850W
Matching Method: Direct feed through RG142 common mode choke (current balun)
70cm14WB3V Mechanical Specifications:
Number of Elements: 14
Element Diameter: 4 mm Aluminum rod
Dipole Diameter: 8 mm Hard Copper tube plastic coated
Longest Element: 340 mm
Element Mounting Position: On side
Balun and Connector: Included
Boom Length: 2.92m
Boom Size: 30x30mm
Number of Boom Pieces: 2
Guy rope support: Not necessary. Strong boom
Mounting Mast Diameter: 43-70mm 1-11/16″ – 2-3/4″ OD
Clamp: M8 Stainless Steel
Survival Wind Speed: 180km/h
Wind Load: 0.08m2
Net Weight: 2.5kg
Gross Weight: 4.5kg
Transportation Length: 1.5 m
The antenna must be put on a fiberglass pipe. Or on the horizontal metal arm with a changed bracket position.
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Antennas-Amplifiers Product Benefits. A Major advance in Amateur Radio antenna design.
- F/B and G/T superiority.
- No tuning antennas
Before dispatch, we assemble each antenna and test antenna characteristics. That means you may expect exceptionally good electrical and mechanical characteristics including low SWR across the designed range immediately after assembling.
No need to move the dipole, cut, or tune any element to get perfect SWR on the intended frequency range. Everything is pre-tuned.
- Easy to set up
Everything is labeled, just put number to number. The antenna can be assembled with hand tools in a couple of minutes.
Everything is included in the antenna box: Antenna, balun with connector, and bracket. Yours is just to assemble and have fun!
The old name of the antenna was PA432-14-3BV.
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