MFJ Cobweb Antenna
For restricted spaces, 5-Bands: 20/17/15/12/10 Meters . . .
Restricted space spoiling your operating fun? MFJ Cobweb puts your call back on the map!
This five-band (20, 17, 15, 12, 10 Meters) half-wave Cobweb Antenna is perfect for restricted space or portable operation. Sky-gray fiberglass spreaders and nearly invisible wire elements (flat 9x9x1/2 feet square. 8 pounds), blend in with your surroundings while standing tough against nasty weather.
Horizontally polarized for less local noise pickup plus solid gain over verticals will allow you to work DX easily — even on QRP. Radiation pattern is nearly omni-directional so you don’t need a rotator. No radials needed! Low SWR is due to MFJ’s exclusive Spider-MatchTM broadband network. Use lightweight TV hardware to mount it on your chimney, balcony, fence post or other. SO-239.
Low in cost, but big on performance. Let MFJ’s Cobweb Antenna turn your space problem into a fresh stack of QSL cards from far away places.
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