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Date Posted by Category User IP

2013-08-13 (UTC)


HF Antennas

Force 12 Sigma 5

Pick up in Toledo Ohio $200.00 or trade, read on:
Force 12 Sigma 5 vertical dipole around 500.00 new, 2 years old in great condition. covers 20-17-15-12-10 meters.
Mounted in a heavy bucket so it does not blow over in the wind. can also be ground mounted. does not require radials. 9 foot tall. works really well. pretty firm on price or equal trade for other ham gear? I need a heavy duty tuner 1500 to 2000 kw. Ameritron or MFJ. NO JUNK GEAR!!!
Rich NF8V

Sigma 5
minimum 90% efficient on all bands and NO radials!
lightweight at only 7 pounds and made of aircraft grade aluminum
comes in 2' sections, perfect for easy handling and traveling
only 9' tall and T-bars are a short 24" per side (48" total tip to tip)
no tools are required for assembly
Can be mounted in a 5 gallon bucket of cement, placed on the ground and guyed once, use the optional 4-leg stand (made in 2' sections, too), or any method you might need
VSWR less than 1.7:1 maximum on 17-15-12-10 meters and <2:1 on 20 meters
pre-assembled and pre-tuned

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