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Re: Recommendation for satellite cross yagi antennas



Try the Gulf Alpha satellite antennas... (www.gulfalphaantennas.com) 
HANDMADE, with quality you have to see to believe!  And I believe that they 
are less expensive than the M2 antennas.  I bought a pair last year in time 
for Field Day, and worked everything I tried.  Now if only I can get these 
covenant restrictions overturned so that I can put them up at home...

George, KA3HSW

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Sion Chow Q. C. (9W2QC)" <9w2qc@9w2qc.net>

> Hello group,
>
> With so many future satellites coming up, I have decided to upgrade my
> station's 2M and 70 CM antennas.  I have looked into a few alternatives.
> The first one is the 2M and 70 CM pair by M2, but the price of this is not
> within my budget.
>
> My second choice will be the Wimo-X quad.  This antenna looks wonderful
> especially when we can use RHCP, LHCP and also Horizontal and Vertical
> polarization in one.  However, I am wondering if this antenna will work 
> well
> with the P3E HEO mode U/V that will be launched next year?  Maybe someone
> can advice me on this?
>
> Also, is there any other satellite cross yagi antenna manufacturers 
> around?
> I tried to do a search but failed to find any others.
>
> Many thanks and good sat DX.
>
> 73,
> Sion Chow Q. C.,
> 9W2QC.
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