Dual Band 2 Meter 70CM Satellite Yagi

Model No.2M 70CM Sat.

Comes with 0/15 degree boom to mast plate so elevation rotor not required



Boom Length-72"
Boom dia. 1 1/4" x .065 wall thickness
No. of elements-6 on 2 meters and 8 on 70CM
Freq. range-2 meter-144-148mhz 70cm 430-438 mhz
Feed Point Impedance-50 Ohms
Feed Connector- type N on 70cm and S0-239 on 2 meters
Power Handling-400 watts 2 Meters-250 watts 70CM
Forward Gain-8.30dbd -2 meters , 11.39dbd 70CM
Front to Back ratio-24db 2 meters , 52db 70CM
Beamwidth Azimuth @ 3db- 40.0 degrees 70CM 52degrees 2 meters
Beamwidth Elevation@ 3db-43.6 degrees 70CM 67 degrees 2 meters
Mast mounting dia.-1 1/4" to 2" dia.


Designed for easy and quick satellite operation. Both sets of elements optimized in satellite band. 2 Meter side of antenna has great performance over entire band. Typical vswr in satellite band , 1:0 to 1 in other words flat. Constructed of the finest materials, 6061 corrosion resistant aluminum. Elements are 3/16" dia. except for the driven element which is 1/4" dia. (solid rods). Uses superior T match system and coaxial balun for 50 ohm balanced load. Unit is CAD designed for the mechanical structure and computer optimized for electrical characteristics.These antennas are constructed with the utmost precision. Boom holes are bored on milling machines equipped with state of the art digital readouts and element holes and rods are bored and cut within .010" assuring you of top performance. All hardware is stainless steel. Antenna is designed to last indefinately while giving superior performance. Please NOTE: Because both sets of elements are on the same boom you may or may not experience some desense on the 70CM downlink. A duplexer or filter will greatly reduce or eliminate desense.

Hi Pete
Just wanted to tell you the antenna worked GREAT at Field Day!
Had it put together in a few hours and installed about 12' above ground. Every satellite we could hear we could work!
Thanks again! I'm happy to see a "Made in the USA" company doing so well.
73' Jim





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