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Reviews Categories | Antennas: HF: Yagi, Quad, Rotary dipole, LPDA | Titanex LP1030 Help

Reviews Summary for Titanex LP1030
Titanex LP1030 Reviews: 1 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $2,666.58
Description: 10 Element Log-Periodic 10MHz-30MHz, 50-54MHz

Wind load: 1470N (at 120km/h)
Weight: 32kg (71lb.)
Power handling: 5kW PEP
Boom length: 9.50m (31.1ft.)
Longest element: 16.22m (53.2ft.)
Turning radius: 9.80m (32.1ft.)
Gain: 7dBd
Front-to-back ratio: 20dB
Boom: double-boom 2 x 40mm
Insulators: fiberglass
Product is in production.
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DK1MAX Rating: 5/5 Jul 28, 2003 08:08 Send this review to a friend
Professional quality - high end product  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
I've got this monster array on top of my roof (about 15m agl) since about 2 weeks now. The mechanical design is perfect, only high-tec material used like stainless-steel and Al/Ti-alloy. The antenna performs great on all bands (30m...10m and 6m) with low SWR on most bands, just on 17m the SWR is 1:2,5.

I compared to a Butternut HF6V in my garden, abt. 1m abouve ground and 13 burried radials with different length. Measured with my IC756 S-meter, first S-value is the HF6V, second the LP1030:

NH6JC - 20m - S1/6
MM/F5BLC/p - 20m - S6/9
4X0IS - 20m - S4/7
3B9ZL - 15m - S1/7
K9AJ/VY0 - 20m - S0/3
VI8NT - 15m - S2/7
JI3DST/8 - 17m - S2/6
DK0WCY - 30m - S4/7
SK5AE/B - 10m - S1/6

The difference is very impressive and cracking pile-ups became a lot easier now.

I would buy this antenna from titanex again!

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