6 Meter Yagi
Want to be heard on 6? JK Antennas JK65 6-Meter Yagi Antennas give you tremendous VHF performance with very high gain on a short 15-ft. boom. These antennas have been optimized for a combination of maximum front to rear ratio and SWR performance across the 6-meter band. Free-space gain of 11-plus dBi makes these great antennas for use during Sporadic E or F2 skip and other long-range or weak-signal propagation conditions.
JK65 features include:
* Peak gain: 9.2 dBd (11.35 dBi)
* Peak front to back: Exceeds 30 dB
* Peak Front to rear: Exceeds 20 dB
* 2:1 SWR Bandwidth: 1.0 MHz
* 1.5:1 SWR Bandwidth: 800 KHz
* Wind Area: 1.37 sq. ft.
* Maximum wind speed: 125 mph
* Maximum turning radius: 9.0 ft.
* Boom length: 15.0 ft.
* Max element length: 9.67 ft.
* Approximate weight: 14 lbs.
JK65 antennas are built with high-quality, heavy-duty materials and hardware. Designers at JK Antennas have managed to keep the antenna lightweight and, at the same, time keep the build-quality high… like their bigger HF Yagi antennas. These antennas are a 50-ohm direct feed using a UHF female (SO-239) connector at the antenna. JK Antennas recommends the use of a simple coaxial choke at the feed point.
VHF/UHF Beam Antenna Type:Yagi
VHF/UHF Beam Antenna Elements:5
Beam Antenna Boom Length:15.00 ft.
Beam Antenna Maximum Boom Diameter:1.500 in.
VHF/UHF Beam Antenna Longest Element:116.000 in.
Beam Antenna Turning Radius:9.00 ft.
Wind Surface Area:1.370 sq. ft.
Beam Antenna Frequency Coverage:50-54 MHz
Feedpoint Impedance:50 ohms
Antenna Feedline Connection Type:Stainless hardware
Antenna Weight:14.00 lbs.
Notes:A balun is required. At minimum, JK Antennas recommends a simple coiled-coaxial balun at the antenna. A better solution is a COM-BAL-11150DT dual-core balun.
VHF/UHF Beam Antenna Bands:6 meters
VHF/UHF Beam Antenna Elements (app):5
Beam Antenna Gain:9.2 dBd
Beam Antenna F/B (dB):Over 30 dB
Bandwidth at 2:1 SWR:1.0 MHz
Typical Beam Polarization:Horizontal (SSB CW)
Beam Antenna Boom Wavelength:3.3
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