New Hy-Gain Dual Band 4 Element 6/4m Yagi
Designed by Justin Johnson G0KSC renowned antenna designer and known for his LFA and other unique designs. This antenna offers great performance on both 6 and 4 metre bands with a single boom.
8 elements (4 elements each band) on a compact 7 foot boom.
Constructed using Hy-Gain high grade T-6061 Aluminium & mounting brackets for strength and long life.
Gain: 8.52 dBi
F/B : 20.02 dBi
Beam width: 61.4 degrees ( -3 Db )
Gain: 7.86 dBi
F/B : 19.55 dBi
Beam width: 64.6 degrees ( -3dB )
Boom: 32mm Diameter 2.1m long
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