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6 Band hexagonal beam antenna covering 6, 10, 12, 15, 17, and 20 meter bands shipped to your door for only $570($520 + $50 shipping)
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The NA4RR Hexagonal Beam (commonly referred to as the hex beam) is a popular antenna based on the G3TXQ design. Our antenna doesn’t require a large expensive tower, many people are using inexpensive push up poles. Check out some of our customer’s installations. Hex Beams provide great performance and are directional. The NA4RR Hexagonal beam won’t break the bank (even though it includes 6M), allowing the average amateur radio operator to get in on the DX. If you are looking for an antenna that you’ll not only enjoy but will make the XYL happy too, then our hex beam is the right choice for you.
The NA4RR broadband hexagonal beam is not a "kit". This is a plug-and-play design that not only fits your budget but is easy to assemble. No cutting, crimping, or tuning of the wires is required. The only tools needed are a pair of pliers and a pair of 7/16 wrenches. Most users report they are on the air in less than 90 minutes after opening the boxes. Here is a short video describing how to assemble the antenna.
Our antenna is designed with quality and customer satisfaction in mind. We use first-class components in the construction of our antennas. Many components that other manufactures buy, we manufacture in house to help you get the most bang for your buck.
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If you are more of a do-it-yourselfer, you can purchase some of the components to incorporate into your own design here.
For the best value on the hexbeam market buy the NA4RR broadband hexagonal beam today.
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