HF 2-3OMHz BROADBAND DIPOLE

HF 2-3OMHz BROADBAND DIPOLE
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HF 2-3OMHz BROADBAND DIPOLE
GOMMUNICATION ANTENNA
MODEL : HF-BD{
Specifications
FREQUENCY RANGE
2-30MHz
V.S.W.R.
2:1 FOR 2-18 MHz
3:1 ABOVE 18 MHz
50 Ohm
Max 150 Watts PEP
IMPEDAI!CE
POWER CAPACITY
LENGTH
COAXIAL FEEDLINE
25 METER
A 20-30 METER 5D2V COAX. FEED CABLE + PL-259
( NOT INCLUDED )
IUAY USE
The HF-BD1 broadband dipole antenna is designed to provide optimum performance over a wide frequency
range, and it is very easy to assemble.
The usual requirements for multiple antennas or an antenna tunes between the transceivers and antenna ar
e eliminated by the unique broadband design.
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Refer to the drawing on the opposite side of this sheet for suggested installations. For the best performance,
the antenna should be installed with the radiating elements in a horizontal ( "Flat Top" ) configuration, and as
high as possible. Theoretically, the directions of maximum radiation and reception are at right angles to the
radiating elements, and this should be considered when planning installation. However, this radiation pattern is
based on an ideal antenna in free space, and may be considerably different in a practical situation near the
ground and adjacent to other structures and power lines; some experimentation with mounting and orientation
can significantly improve performance, Proximity of ground and nearby structures may also affect the feedpoint
impedance of the antenna, so rearrangement of the antenna could be required to achieve a good V.S,W.R.
Performance Verification
The impedance match of the antenna should be verified prior to using the antenna with a transmitter, or if there
is doubt about oerformance.
lnstall a directional wattmeter between the antenna and the transceiver. Key the transmitters with a steady
carries and sdjust the fonryard output power for approximately 20 watts. Switch the wattmeter to read reflected
power measures in excess of 5 watts, the problem should be conected before attempting to use the antenna.
Trouble-shooting
First check for broken, shorted or twistqd wires, ground leads or faulty connections
the feedline and connectors. Then consider regonfiguring or reorienting the antenna
relative to the ground or nearby structures.
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