You can hardly see this mini 14 foot rotatable dipole across the street! Its tiny 7-foot turning radius fits on the smallest roof — its perfect for town houses, apartments and condos.
The MFJ-1775W is inconspicuous and low profile — not much bigger than a TV antenna and can easily be turned by a lightweight TV rotator (see AR-35).
Its no Wimp! Its directivity reduces QRM/noise and lets you focus your signal in the direction that you want — so you can work some real DX. You can operate all the WARC bands — 60, 30, 17, and 12 meters — and run full 1500 Watts SSB/CW on all WARC bands!
Features automatic band switching and uses highly efficient end-loading with its entire length always radiating. You have ham radios most versatile WARC band rotatable dipole!
Each WARC band uses a separate, efficient end-loading coil wound on fiberglass forms with Teflon&#trade; wire, and capacitance hats at each end (no lossy traps).
Built-to-last — incredibly strong solid rod fiberglass center insulator and 6063 T-6 aircraft strength aluminum tubing radiator.
Assembles in an afternoon. Adjusting one band has little effect on other bands.
Price – 249,95
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