[TowerTalk] BEST MEDIUM SIZED TRIBANDER BEAM FOR CONTESTING?
Gary.Stone at med.va.gov
Tue Nov 29 12:22:32 EST 2005
I have not gotten in so far but have enjoyed the comments. What about the
Opti-Beam products. I have the OB-17-4 and it seems very well built. They
make a tri-bander that is very good product I believe.
The JP2000 looks a lot like the OptiBeams?
Just for some ideas, the OB17-4 has:
* Aluminum tubing for feedline (lots of beams have copper wire)
* The boom is square 3" x 3" - very solid construction
* full size elements for 10, 15 and 20 meters
Look into the Opti-beams and I think you will find them very well built.
Pricey for sure but seems to be a quality product.
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Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] BEST MEDIUM SIZED TRIBANDER BEAM FOR CONTESTING?
In a message dated 11/29/2005 1:08:40 A.M. Pacific Standard Time,
towertalk-request at contesting.com writes:
>BEST MEDIUM SIZED TRIBANDER BEAM FOR CONTESTING?
Try this one, you will love it:
Best value for money, it will beat all T6, T8, 3L SteppIR...
Hmm. Is this a "Force 13" antenna?!?
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