10BS-270 Cubical Quad antenna

Why choose a Cubical Quad antenna versus a traditional Yagi?

  • Full wavelength elements, reaching maximum performance and efficiency.
  • More gain in less boom length than a traditional Yagi
  • Very low noise being a loop antenna, which will allow you to improve the reception of weak signals in urban environments
  • Less influence to the polarization crossing.
  • Extraordinary F/S and F/B, further reducing noise in rejection directions.
  • Excellent performance when crossing mountain systems.
  • Heavy Duty construction for extreme durability.

The best directional antenna option for urban environments, in times when noise in cities is increasingly high, a closed antenna is the definitive solution to improve the reception of weak signals. Welcome to the antennas without noise!

BIG SIGNAL 10BS-270

10 element V-UHF (4+6)

The model is an innovative dual-band design antenna for the 145 and 432 MHz bands of very high performance. With 10 elements in total, 4 active in the VHF band and 4 in the UHF band, it guarantees an incredible performance in just 1,2 meters of boom.

Ideal for both terrestrial contacts (FM / SSB) and for communications via SAT (satellite).

*If this is exclusive to SAT, choose the “SAT Model” version optimized at SAT frequencies (145.8 and 435.0 MHz).

 

Specifications:

  • Band:144 / 432 MHz | 145.8 / 435 MHz SAT Model.
    · Active elements: 4 / 6 elements.
    · Gain:10,41 / 10,2 dBi
    · F/B: 19,03 / 10,01 dB.
    · Polarization: Horizontal or Vertical.
    · SWR: 1,1:1 ~ 1,5:1.
    · Impedance: 50 Ohm.
    · Power rating: 5.000 W.
    · Boom length: 1,21 m / 3,96 ft
    · Turning radius: 0,96 m / 3,14 ft
    · Total height: 0,35 m / 1,148 ft
    · Weight: 2,5 Kg / 5,51 lb
    · Wind survival: > 200 Km/h. / 125 mph
  • Availability: In Stock
    · Estimated delivery time: 4/5 days.Prices 21 % less for customers outside of EU (World Wide Shipping)

161,16 € (195,00 € TAX Inc.)

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