A 2 Element 26.9-27.6MHz LFA2 (bent reflector) Yagi
The G0KSC LFA Yagi represents a major step forward in the development of the Yagi Antenna, it provides a low-noise front-end for your radio so you hear more weak signals while at the same time maximising all round performance. Hard to beat with a direct 50 Ohm feedpoint and no matching losses and suppression of unwanted noise !! More information on the LFA Yagi can be found here.
This 2 element LFA is an excellent option if you do not have space, especially stacked !! 2 at just 5m spacing provide 14.6dBi (when placed 10m above ground) and around 28dB F/B!!
Gain: 6.55dBi @ 27.05MHz
F/B: 13.93dB @ 27.05MHz
Peak Gain: 6.88dBi
Gain at 11m above Ground: 11.32dBi
Peak F/B: 14.83dB
Power Rating: 5kw+
SWR: Below 1.5:1 from 26.900MHz to 27.500MHz
Stacking Distance: 4.5-6.0m ( 5.6m recommended)
2 Stacked Gain @ 5.5m spacing: 9.81dBi
2 Stacked F/B: 27.75dBi
2 Stacked Gain @ 5.5m Spacing 10m above ground: 14.92dBi
Boom Length: 1.45m
Weight: 3.48KG / 7.64LB
Turning Radius: 2.791m / 9.16ft
Wind Loading: 0.20 Square Metres / 2.16 Square feet
Wind Survival: 163KPH / 101MPH - A 125MPH (HD) version available upon request
Other options available if higher wind loading/survival is required.
This antenna is made with 5/8 inch (15.88mm) centre elements and 1/2 inch (12.77mm) outer elements with the end sections 3/8 inch (9.525mm). The antenna has fully insulated elements which will ensure continuous, high performance for many years to come. Boom to mast brackets are included with all antennas which will support 2 inch (50mm) masts. Boom is 1.5 inch square 16SWG aluminum.
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Our antennas are constructed with the best quality materials in order the best mechanical construction can be achieved, not the cheapest and most profitable! Even a digital caliper is used (with an accuracy of .01mm) to measure the elements during production to ensure they are within 0.2mm of what they should be, ensuring they work as well as our software model predicts.
Note: much development time has gone into our antennas, not just on basic electromagnetic design. We are ab