1/2-wave, 5-Band HF Cobweb Antenna
Restricted space spoiling your operating fun? MFJ-1835 puts your call back on the map!
This fiveband (20, 17, 15, 12, 10 Meters) half-wave open-loop is perfect for restricted space or portable operation.
Sky-gray fiberglass spreaders and nearly invisible wire elements (13ft diagonal), blend in with your surroundings while standing tough against nasty weather.
Horizontally polarized for less local noise pickup plus solid gain over verticals.
No radials needed! Low SWR is due to MFJ’s exclusive Spider-Match broadband network.
Up to 5 dBi gain will allow you to work DX easily — even on QRP.
Radiation pattern is nearly omni-directional so you don’t need a rotator.
Use lightweight TV hardware to mount it on your chimney, balcony, fence post or other. SO-239 feedpoint.
It’s small in size, just 8 lbs., low in cost, but big on performance. Let the MFJ-1835 turn your space problem into a fresh stack of QSL cards from far away places.
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