EAntenna Moxon antennas are characterized in carrying out the idea of its designer, Less Moxon, G6XN. Antennas igualable small dimensions and gain a 2 el. 1/2WL Yagi. And of course, our philosophy solid antenna to any inclement weather.
Rectangle-shaped antenna. Since the angles of 90 ° so that the losses are negligible compared to an antenna of half wavelength standard.
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 very wide, so you can receive signals from correspondents of a large amplitude when the antenna focus.
Its ratio of F/B is very high, with even 40 dB. Something never designed for the simple 2 el. monoband yagi at best is 15 dB.
Boom 25×25 square millimeters.
Telescopic elements in 13 and 10 mm diameter.
Mast plate 100x100mm with 6mm thick boom and U-bolts of M8 to the plate to the mast.
Features of the 6MOX
The MOX 6 is ideal for field trips, have your first 6 meter antenna into a pocket on the terrace or roof, and of course, put it into a pocket of the tower without the rotor and tower, resent the new antenna mounted.
With a very acceptable gain compared to its size, makes this dish a unique combination.
Simple and quick, because the boom joints are very easy to assemble.
Antenna very solid construction, and with a very light 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.
50,0 ~ 54,0 MHz.
0,90m. / 2,95'
≥ 200kmh / ≥ 125mph
2,35 Kg. / 5,2 Pounds
* 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)