WIRE ANTENNAS – Leading The Antenna Competition In Transmit

WIRE ANTENNAS –

Advanced Antenna with NEW Innovative mathematical constructs miles Ahead of the Competition in RF Transmit.

WIRE ANTENNAS – Radio antennas with NEW Innovative constructs miles Ahead of the Competition in RF transmit.

WIRE ANTENNAS
DX WIRE ANTENNAS

MODEL: 5 WIRE LONGSHOT BEAM CB AERIAL

BASE ANTENNA – 15.5 DBi @1.3:1 SWR Max

  1. Number of Wire Elements 5
  2. Longest Element (ft) 18′
  3. Length total (ft) 25′
  4. 100 Wind Survival (mph)
  5. (Meters) 11
  6. Gain (db) 15.5
  7. Power Multiplication 40X
  8. Front-to-Back Sep. (db) 31
  9. VSWR (adjustable) 1.3:1 Max
CB Beam Antenna
LONGSHOT 5 Element CB Antenna

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The importance of a proper 1:1 current balun on a dipole;
A resonant half-wave dipole is typically fed with coaxial feed-line and tuned to a specific area of a WIRE VHF ANTENNA band. Its planned use is generally within that UHF CELLPHONE ANTENNA band. A popular misconception is because the dipole is resonant RF, or because the dipole feed-line leader is small in diameter, a balun is not helpful. Current baluns isolate or add impedance to unwanted common-mode current paths, reducing or controlling common-mode current thereby limiting transmit.

Current baluns are the balun of choice in all but very specialized situations, because they work better for DX than voltage baluns in most real-world systems. Basically, they ensure that the currents on each side of the dipole leaders (RF SHORTWAVE ANTENNA) are perfectly even for best DX. This also stops unwanted currents from flowing on the outside of the coax (all coax is unbalanced line) and traveling back to your receiver.
This ensures a “clean” system without unwanted RFI issues.

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How to deploy this antenna for maximum gain: MODEL: Extreme 10 CB BEAM

LONG RANGE ANTENNA – 21 DBi @1.5:1 SWR Max

10 ELEMENT CB BEAM ANTENNA
10 ELEMENT CB ANTENNA

LONG RANGE ANTENNA – 21 DBi @1.5:1 SWR Max

  1. Number of Wire Elements 10
  2. Longest Element (feet) 18′
  3. Length total (feet) 58′
  4. 100 Wind Survival (mph)
  5. (Meters) 11
  6. Gain (db) 21
  7. Power Multiplication 70X
  8. Front-to-Back Sep. (db) 40
  9. VSWR (adjustable) 1.5:1 Max
  10. Weight (lbs) 26

To achieve highest gain and Best DX transmit operation 1/2 wave dipole should be mounted 1/2 wavelength or 17-20 feet high. This will give the best low angle radiation for long distance DX. It will work fine at lower heights but for highest gain 17-20 feet is best.
The center of the LONGSHOT WIRE UHF ANTENNA has a stainless eye-bolt at the top for it to hang from a support. Pull each leg of the dipole straight out flat and secure by tying your cord/rope to the dog-bone insulators. If securing the dipole to objects like trees that will move in the wind be sure to use a cord material with some stretch. You can also leave just a bit of slack in the system.
As with ALL transmit antennas, you should install them in an area as open as possible. Obstacles close to the radiator will have an affect on both the tune of the standing wave and antenna wire cell radiation pattern. You can mount this RF aerial up against walls.

Coax selection helpful hints/ tips:

Remember, all coax has losses leaders. Losses in coax are equal in antenna wire receive to Range Master TV Antennas so you gain more! A very good rule of thumb to maximize your radio station is to have 1dB of coax loss or less. Here is a small chart of popular coax sizes recommended depending on the coax length for DX transmit on 11 meter band.

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Antenna Fundamentals

Antenna - Basic Parameters
"       - Parameters
"       - Near & Far Fields
"       - Radiation Pattern - Isotropic Radiation
"       - Beam & Polarization
"       - Beam Width
"       - Reciprocity
"       - Poynting Vector

Types of Antennas

Antenna - Types of Antennas
"       - Wire
"       - Half-Wave Dipole
"       - CB Radio
"       - Half-Wave Folded Dipole
"       - Full-Wave Dipole
"       - Short Dipole
"       - Long Wire
"       - V-Antennas and Inverted V-Antenna
"       - T.V.
"       - Rhombic
"       - Loop
"       - Helical
"       - Aperture
"       - Horn
"       - Slot
"       - Micro Strip
"       - Lens

Parabolic Reflectors and Antenna Arrays

Antenna – Antenna Arrays
Antenna – Collinear Array
Antenna – Broad-side Array
Antenna – End-fire Array
Antenna – Parasitic Array

Yagi-Uda - Antennas
Log-periodic - Antennas 
Turnstile - Antennas 

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