Specifications WARC2 +40
- It consists of 3 elements positioned one above the other, optimizing the separation so that only through a coaxial drop the 3 bands get to act without altering the signal and the result from the interaction between bands and elements.
- Items divided into several sections, simulated for wind resistance greater than 150 kmh.
- Mast plate of 350x100mm with 6mm thick with U-bolts of M8 to the plate to the mast.
Characteristics of the WARC2 +40
- This antenna, though larger in size than a rigid dipole of the same bands, this antenna acts as an antenna of 1/2 wavelength, having 3,0 dBi in free space, which no rigid dipole market has it, unless it is single band. Except in the 40 meter band that manages to compress the half-wave length required by two coils with very high Q (Q> 850) to ensure smooth operation without appreciable losses. At 7 MHz presents only a degradation of 0.15 dB compared to a half-wave dipole full extension, which retrieves and exceeded in an actual installation to be perfectly extended branches off the common fixed installation inverted V-thread.
- Simple and quick, because the elements are joined by rivets Aluminum facility for life, high pressure clamps on the ends to fit.
- Antenna very solid construction, and with an acceptable weight.
- It is recommended that in case of location on triband directives boom is located parallel to and at a distance not less than one meter.
|Elements per Band:||1||1||1|
|Gain:||2,15 dBi||3,0 dBi||3,0 dBi|
|SWR:||1,1:1~2,0:0 (150 KHz.)||1,3:1~1,4:0||1,3:1~1,4:0|
|Max. Power :||3 kW***|
|Total Length:||13,20m / 43,30'|
|Turning Radius:||6,60m / 21.65'|
|Wind survival:||≥ 160kmh / ≥ 100mph|
|Weight:||12,5 Kg / 27,5 Pounds|
* Gain dBi (gain over isotropic dipole in free space) = -2.15 dBd
** Ratio Gain Front / Back “F / B” (gain when the antenna is rotated 180 ° azimuth direction)
*** Balun included, there are options of 5 and 10 kW.