Create CLP-5130-2N VHF/UHF Antenna

Log-Periodic wideband directional beam antennas

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The Create CLP-5130-2N VHF/UHF Log-Periodic Antennas are a highly versatile and reliable solution for those hams that are in need of a wideband directional antenna.
With a forward gain ranging from 11 to 13 dBi, these antennas are capable of transmitting on all amateur bands from 2-meters to 23-centimeters at a power of 500 watts, presenting an SWR of less than 2.0:1 across their entire 1,200 MHz range of operation.

The log-periodic design of Create CLP-5130-2N minimizes distortions in both the vertical and horizontal planes, resulting in a more uniform radiation pattern compared to other type of antennas. The antennas are also easy to assemble and feature a rugged magnesium alloy boom-to-mast bracket for added durability.

These antennas are suitable not only for amateur radio operations, but they are also ideal for radio scanner listening, VHF/UHF televiison reception, aviation band, government communications, and business-band radio. The use of a Type N connector further enhances the signal transfer at high UHF frequencies.

The Create CLP-5130-2N VHF/UHF Log-Periodic Antennas are a one-antenna solution for those who don’t have the space for multiple VHF and UHF antennas. With their wide range of capabilities, ease of assembly, and reliable performance, these antennas are an excellent choice for those in need of a wideband directional beam antenna solution.

CLP-5130-2N VHF/UHF

Specifications:

  • Gain: 11 dBi
  • Weight: 4.5 kg
  • Power: 500 Watts
  • Type: Log periodic
  • Boom Length: 2.0 m
  • Longest Element: 2.0 m
  • Receive Frequency: 105 – 1300 MHz
  • Transmit Frequency: 105 – 1300 MHz
  • VSWR: 2:1 > or better over whole spectrum
  • Connection: Fly lead with high quality N-type socket

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create-clp-5130-2n-vhf-uhf-antennaA single antenna solution for all those hams who don't have the space or resources for multiple VHF and UHF antennas featuring a wideband with an acceptable SWR on all bands.

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