Big Performance in a compact size

  CB Band Hybrid Quad Antenna 
Polarization is horizontal and vertical without switching due to reflector design

MQ-1-CB
         

    MQ-1-CBf

 Neighbors trees are a bit of a pain for radio antennas good thing this ones small

Electrical Specifications

  • Operating  Bands-  CB 11Meters
  • Forward Gain (Ref. Dipole)- , 11M-6.0 dBd.or 8.14dBi
  • SWR @ Resonance (See Curves)
  • Power Rating: 1500 Watts  P.E.P
  • Front to Back Ratio:  17 dBd
  • Input Impedance: Single 50 Ohm  Feedline
  • Rotor: Light to Medium Duty

Mechanical Specifcations

  • Element Length: 9 Ft 4"
  • Boom Length: 4 1/2 Ft
  • Turning Radius: 5 Ft
  • Overall Quad Reflector Height: 48 inches
  • Weight: 12 lbs
  • Mast (not inc'l): up to 2 1/8 inch
  • Wind Loading: 1.5 Sq. Ft.
  • Wind Survival: 75 MPH
  • Material- 6061-T6 aluminum, Lexan,  fiberglass coils, Stainless steel hardware (except large U'bolts)
  • Note: Balun is not included with the antenna
  •  Antenna will also tune to from 11 meters to 10 meters

  • MQ!CBSWR

   CUSTOMER INPUT  ON THE ANTENNA BELOW

 I have built a test unit of the antenna  and it is working fine, is this something that would work

for customers with limited space for a CB quad antenna , it may be the smallest CB quad that was ever built. It covers 23 channels but can tuned wherever you need it. I would still have to come up with  price.

QCB-1




          

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