EAntenna 50LFA7 (12,89 dBi 32,89 dB F/B) - R2010111
Dimensions 248x17x11cm, Weight 15.15kg
The EAntenna LFA antennas for 50 MHz represent the largest development in antennas with moderate boom length for a single performance.
This performance is characterized in that:
You can listen to very low signals without noise QRM and QRN alter audio clarity.
Direct feeding is 50 ohms, so there is no loss whatsoever regarding adaptation lines. (You can request an optional cable terminated with connector and soldered PL-UHF, N or BNC on the end if required)
The bandwidth covers the entire band with low SWR.
The radiation pattern is wide, so that the signal is not as selective as you rotate the antenna a minimum.
Its ratio of F/B is high, since only antenna boom lengths can get exaggerated.
The gain is comparable with other models of antennas always larger in dimensions.
Telescopic boom sections in 40/35/30x2mm square boom.
Telescopic elements in 2 sections; central 13mm diameter and 10mm tips, except LOOP made in 6mm.
250x100mm mast plate with 6mm thick and square U-bolts M6 to attach to the boom and M8 U-bolts to the mast.
Features of the 50LFA7
Looking for “make fun” in the Magic Band?, The 50LFA7 begins to be your best choice. Close to the 13 dBi, this antenna will delight your ears when you have it mounted, achieving performance in this band that few can match.
Would you like contest?, For filing with the lobe of this antenna and the F / B, get a result of envy for many, getting to hear very weak signals to be just an antenna very clean with a lobe.
Simple and quick, because the boom joints are very easy to assemble. And the elements are attached by DIN 912, M3 and Hose Clamp the adjustable elements for fast installation and durable fastening.
Antenna very solid construction, and a very acceptable weight.
Available for stack 2 or 4 units in a short (under table include phasing), and to make a profit no big antenna can get.
* Gain in dBi (Gain over isotropic dipole at free space) -2,15= dBd ** Front to Back gain ratio “F/B” (The Gain in the back of the antenna)