All Alpha Antennas are handmade & built to order. We appreciate your pride & patience in your antenna system as it is prepared.
The Alpha MOTO provides you with the most Rugged and Compact HF mobile antenna system available.
-No extra whips
-No adjustments required for band changes.
-No moving parts
-No power required
-No control interface boxes
Simply put, the Alpha MOTO puts you on the air making contacts for an economical price!
The Facts – Just attach your antenna tuner to the indestructible MILITARY MOBILE grade 6-40 Meter 500 Watt Alpha MOTO Antenna. This will allow you to tune then transmit and receive on 6-40 meters while driving down the highway or parked in your favorite spot for HF operations. An added bonus, you can also tune 60 & 80 Meters so you can listen in on your favorite nets or just pass the time listening to QSOs. Remember to purchase the optional Alpha Jam Mount less you already have a mount. From the owner; “This antenna works very well with any tuner on 6, 10, 12, 15, 17, & 20 meters. On 30 it still works pretty well and you’ll even make some decent state-side contacts on 40 meters. On 60 & 80 meters, it’s a receive only antenna, although contacts have been logged. Just remember to place it as high as possible on your vehicle and use a mount that is as good as the Alpha Jam mount.”
Alpha MOTO Antenna eHam Reviews:
IMPORTANT! Watch the Alpha MOTO Installation Example to determine whether you need to also get the Alpha Jam Mount list available by clicking HERE:
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