6 Elements 50MHz Yagi Antenna PA50-6-6
50MHz 6m High gain Yagi antenna 6 elements PA50-6-6
Very high gain Yagi antenna. Wideband operation 50 - 50.5 or 50 - 51 MHz MHz of your choice. Low SWR, excellent F/B. Input power limited by feed line only. Antenna wind survival speed 150 km/h. Excellent mechanical properties.
|Frequency Range:||50 - 50.5 MHz|
|Free Space Forward Gain:||11.6 dBi|
|Front to Back Ratio:||> 25 dB|
|3 dB Horizontal Beamwidth:||46°|
|Nominal Input Impedance:||50 Ohm|
|SWR Across Entire Band:||< 1.2|
|Maximum Power Input:||800 W|
|Matching Method:||Direct feed through common mode choke.|
|Boom length:||6 m|
|Boom Diameter:||OD 40 mm|
|Longest element:||3.1 m|
|No. of elements:||6|
|Element position:||Facing to the Earth|
|Turning radius:||4 m|
|Mounting Mast Diameter:||5/4" - 2-3/4" 43-70 mm|
|Survival Wind Speed:||150 km/h|
|Packed size length:||2.1 m|
|Vertical Stacking Distance for two antennas|
|For F/S < -12.5 dB||6.1 m. Gain 14.5 dBi (+2.9 dB)|
|Horizontal Stacking Distance for two antennas|
|For F/S < -12.5 dB||6.9 m. Gain 14.45 dBi (+2.85 dB)|
PA50-6-6 Measured characteristics with calibrated HP8753ES Network Analyzer.
Today I installed the antenna. The installation was very easy as you marked all parts perfect in that way that a mistake is impossible.
The quality of the antenna material is great also the mechanical workmanship is fine.
It took me about 1 hour to mount the antenna and another hour to install it on the tower.
The SWR is - as you promised - very low in the ordered frequency range.
Please find attached a picture of the antenna and a SWR plot I made with my VNA