We are pleased to announce the release of a new portable Antenna system from Comet Japan covering 1.8 to 50 MHz – ideal for the new Icom IC-705 and other portable transceivers
The Comet HFJ-350M (Toy Box version) comes complete with a plastic carrying case for convenient transport.
The antenna is in 4 parts with quick and easy assembly for when out portable . The complete assembled antenna is 1.6m long, in a quarter wave base loaded configuration and will handle up to 100W of RF power.
There is also an optional canvass carry pouch for more rugged outdoor use and a complete radial set.
The complete system sells for £149.95 and available from Comet Exclusive UK importers Nevada Radio www.nevadaradio.co.uk
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