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Reviews Categories | Antennas: HF: Verticals; Wire; Loop | DXSR Multi-GP Help

Reviews Summary for DXSR Multi-GP
DXSR Multi-GP Reviews: 2 Average rating: 0.5/5 MSRP: $300
Description: All bands vertical from 80m through 10m, 160m w/ tuner.
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DG8NCO Rating: 0/5 Jan 29, 2005 07:02 Send this review to a friend
Verry bad  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
If you want to work with such an dummyload on the tower.... use this antenna.!!!!!
I make a test today with a mobil HV7 Mobil antenna from diamond 1,7m long,placed 2m away from the location of the DXSR magentic DUMMYLOAD on the roof. RESULT:
The HV7 is realy 12-14db better !!!! on 10m 15m !! Also on 40m !! save mony use a CB halfwave for 50 and a tuner. Or better use a DIAMOND HV7 you can use it also mobil...
DF1AS Rating: 1/5 Apr 6, 2003 17:52 Send this review to a friend
Only good for 15, 12, & 10m  Time owned: more than 12 months
This antenna is like a dummy load on low bands. On 15, 12, and 10m it works like other GP antennas.

1st series GP was specified for 1.5kW, GP-II now has been reduced for 800W.

In fact (for the GP version): 150W on 80m, 200W on 40m, 400W on 20m, 700W on 10m! When exceeded after a while SWR goes up - after cooling down behavior reverses (the only good thing).

SWR is much better and more flat than specified. Seems to be a dummy load, at least on lower bands.

Don't use this antenna on 80m or 40m. And forget 160m.

73 - Kay-Uwe

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