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Date Posted by Category User IP

2017-03-26 (UTC)

KJ6LDJ

VHF/UHF Antennas

76-14-69-252.sf-cable.astound.net

Create/CD CLP5130-1N

50-1300 MHz Log-Periodic Antenna
$420

Like-new broadband low-SWR log-
periodic directional antenna for
sale, including mounting bracket
and N-connector (N-type). I have
assembled it and verified
electrical continuity, but not
verified SWR. Antenna can be
easily disassembled for ease of
transport.

From Create's website:
http://www.cd-
corp.com/eng/ama/5130_eng.pdf
Assembly instructions:
http://www.scannermaster.com/v/vs
pfiles/files/pdf/CLP-5130-1N-
manual.pdf

Wideband log periodic
receive/transmit antenna.

2:1 or less SWR: 50-1300MHz
Elements: 21
Polarization: Horizontal
Gain: 10-12dBi
F/B ratio: 15dB
Half power point: 70-60 degree
Max power: 500 watts
Boom length: 6ft 8 inches
Max element length: 9 ft 10
inches
Weight: 11 lbs
Connector: N-connector
Construction: Aluminum
Max wind speed: 90MPH

CD MODEL CLP5130-1 is a high
gain, wide band VHF and UHF log
periodic type beam antenna. As a
standard, the antenna is designed
for horizontally polarized base
station use but by means of an
adapter, vertical polarization is
also possible. The antenna is
usable in the amateur bands from
50 through 1300 MHz and is also
suitable for FM boadcasting,
scanning, VHF/UHF television air
band communications, government
applications, and business band
use.

Forward gain of the CLP5130-1
from 50 to 1300 MHz is 10 to 12
dBi (this is 10 to 16 times the
gain compared to a nondirectional
discone type antenna). The VSWR
of the antenna is less than 2.0:1
across the band. Mechanically,
the log periodic uses a specially
shaped high quality aluminum boom
that allows for movement of the
phasing line. In addition,
distortions in the vertical and
horizontal planes have been
minimized, and adjustment of the
element alignment is not
necessary. The assembly of the
antenna is easy. The boom to mask
bracket is made of lightweight
and rugged magnesium alloy.

From WB2VVV (eham.net review): "I
have the 105 - 1300 MHz model and
it works well for hill topping,
portable operation, and as a far
end antenna during range testing.
These applications generally are
made easier with a single wide
band antenna and a single feed
line, and when you consider it
covers 144, 222, 432, 903, and
1296 MHz it sure simplifies these
applications."

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