EGA30 / EGA30LV - End Fed Antenna for 30/17/12m (15/10m with ATU)Designed by LabShack - DJ4WD in Germany
The EGA30 / EGA30LV antenna is an easy to handle end-fed antenna for QRP usage. This resonant antenna covers 3 bands, from 30m to 12m, without the need for a tuner. (For 15/10m an ATU is recommende...Read More…
The EGA30 / EGA30LV antenna is an easy to handle end-fed antenna for QRP usage.
This resonant antenna covers 3 bands, from 30m to 12m, without the need for a tuner. (For 15/10m an ATU is recommended). Many small QRP Transceivers don't have an antenna tuner built in. In this case the EGA30 or EGA30LV antenna is a perfect match and the handling is straight-forward.
Being mostly insensitive for environmental influences is the big advantage of such a resonant end-fed antenna. Radials are not necessary and with a length of 6.6m (22ft) t allows easy-handling even when there is little space available.
This antenna comes pre-tuned and should not need further adjustment. However, if the spot where it is mounted forces adjustment, the necessary steps are described in the manual. With proper mounting no antenna tuner is needed. If needed an antenna tuner can match this antenna if it is not well-adjusted or mounted in less than perfect environments.
The Standard Version is the perfect antenna for operating a temporary covered or stealth ham radio station in your backyard or attic. It is build with a waterproof plastic box and weighs about 250g.
The "LV" (Light-Version) is optimized for trail-friendly weight of only 140g. Due to the trail-friendly buildup of the "LV" model it is not rainproof but optimized for SOTA, WWFF, Camping, Hiking, Trekking.
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Bad König, Hessen, Germany
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