Portable HF Antennas

CHV-5X

This is the compact dipole used for HF communications on the set of the ABC Television show “Last Man Standing” with Tim Allen. The crowded space above the set required a compact multi-band dipole and the CHV-5X was selected as the best option.

 

5-Band, 1/2 wave rotatable dipole for 40/20/15/10/6 meters!

 

Compact, lightweight, and easily assembled in either a horizontal, “V” shape or ground-plane configuration. Each band tunes independently of the others.

 

Comet engineers have specifically designed this antenna for those that desire a milti-band dipole that can be rotated if needed, but don’t have a lot of room to install it.

 

If you have antenna restrictions, neighbors that tend to complain about antennas, simply want to operate without drawing attention…or you want a lightweight multi-band antenna to use in portable or emergency situations, the CHV-5X is a great choice.

 

Max power:
40/20M 150W SSB

15/10/6M 220W SSB

Horizontal length: 13 ft approx

Weight: 5 lbs 14 oz approx

Impedance: 50 Ohm

Connector: SO-239

Mounting mast req’d: 1″-2.5″

Typical 1.5:1 or less SWR bandwidth:

40M: 22kHz

20M: 36kHz

15M: 54kHz

10M: 140kHz

6M: 1.8MHz

CHV-5X

 

CHV-5X installed above the set of ABC TVs “Last Man Standing” starring Tim Allen

HFJ-350M

9 band, portable, telescoping HF antenna (80/40/30/20/17/15/12/10/6M bands)

Unscrews into 3-sections for convenient portable operation, appr 8.5 inches in length

Telescoping section for fine-tuning SWR

Middle section is for 80M and only installed when operating that band

Ground wire lug at the bottom of the antenna for attaching your counter-poise

HFJ-350M TOY BOX

The “HFJ-350M Toy Box” is the HFJ-350M antenna as described above….

+ the “L-1.8/1.9” 160M coil

+ a vinyl roll-up carry case

(160/80/40/30/20/17/15/12/10/6M bands)

Convenient roll-up kit with extra slots and pockets to store accessories like adapters and a counter-poise

Unroll the case and decide how you will “play radio” portable!

HFJ-350M portable HF Antenna in use, see the counter-poise wire attached to the chain link fence