NEW FOR 2018!
Following on from our successful LFA-Q compact quads, we are adding a more traditional looking quad to our range which boasts two of the features of the LFA-Q. It is a Rigid quad using tubes rather than wires (which enhances gain) and uses twin booms top and bottom to complete a very sturdy package. The antenna looks more like a traditional quad too being very square in appearance although the height of the quad elements are the same, just the element width changes in length.
The example pictured is for 50MHz and has a boom length of just 53cms yet packs a mighty punch with 7.6dBi forward gain and 18dB F/B and like all G0KSC designed antennas has a direct 50Ohm feed so no matching device losses or noise and no input power limit!
This first-of-breed Quads is installed at G0KSC for testing and a full range down to 21MHz will be applied to the range for the coming year.
Keep an eye on the InnovAntennas Facebook page and website for updates or register your interest at email@example.com
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