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Reviews Categories | Antennas: HF: Yagi, Quad, Rotary dipole, LPDA | Optibeam OB10-3W (high performing Yagi for 20, 17 and 15m) Help

Reviews Summary for Optibeam OB10-3W (high performing Yagi for 20, 17 and 15m)
Optibeam OB10-3W (high performing Yagi for 20, 17 and 15m) Reviews: 11 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $1.300 US $
Description: Performant Yagi designed as interlaced monobanders for 20/17/15m with patented feed system. Optimized computer designed German Yagi without traps and with full size elements. High gain and f/b ratio due to 25 Ohm design technique. High quality 1 : 2 balun included, design by WX0B. The OB10-3W has 3 el on 20, 3 el on 17 and 4 el on 15 meters on a 5.88 meter boom. A winner performer !
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G3PJT Rating: 5/5 Aug 4, 2004 11:21 Send this review to a friend
First class antenna  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
Very well constructed and easy to assemble accurately - this means that it will work as described. The antenna has a low environmental profile due to good element alignment. Robust and well engineered antenna unaffected by some high winds here. Performance on air is as expected - a very clean pattern gives good signal to noise ratio on weak signals. Front to back around 20dB. SWR is also to specification and very low - practically 1:1 to 1:1.5 for all of the bands covered when the antenna is at 20mtrs high. I am finding OB10-3W very effective in pile ups and the three bands 20/17/15 a very good choice for the low sunspot years. Great support from Tom at Optibeam.
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