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Reviews Categories | Antennas: HF: Yagi, Quad, Rotary dipole, LPDA | Hexbeam-Ultralight: G3TXQ by MW0JZE Help


Reviews Summary for Hexbeam-Ultralight: G3TXQ by MW0JZE
Hexbeam-Ultralight: G3TXQ by MW0JZE Reviews: 2 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $540
Description: Ultra-light version of G3TXQ Hexbeam by MW0JZE
Product is in production.
More info: http://www.g3txq-hexbeam.com/index.php/what-is-a-hex-beam/the-ultra-lightweight-d-hexpedition-portable-hexbeam.html
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F1RAF Rating: 5/5 Jan 29, 2017 11:34 Send this review to a friend
A good choice for Dxpedition  Time owned: 3 to 6 months
I ordered it 4 months before our expedition to FP island (TO5FP), it came on time and I had time to test it before. Building is quite easy and take less than one hour when you have already done this before. All wires are cut at the right length, manual is quite well written. optional storm cords where very useful since we faced strong winds. it kept always a good shape in the wind unlike our second hexbeam (a folding hexbeam). It made the job very well during the expedition, ROS was good on all bands.
 
G4SGX Rating: 5/5 Jun 18, 2016 16:51 Send this review to a friend
6Kg Dx-pedition antennaa  Time owned: 3 to 6 months
Bought this antenna for a recent Dx-pedition due to its lightweight. (6Kg). Perfect for weight restricted flights.
Worked well and instructions adequate.
Worth getting the optional carry bag, didn't use the storm cords this time but probably come in handy in some more windy locations.
Probably worth some extra protection of the spreaders in the carry-bag if anticipating heavy handling. (I used some plastic tubes)
 


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