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Maco Alpha V 5/8 Base Antenna

Maco Alpha V 5/8 Base Antenna
Brand: Maco
Product Code: M00-05140
Price: $109.99
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12 reviews   Rating: 5/5.
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Maco Alpha V 5/8 Base Antenna

Seamless Aircraft grade aluminum, 5db gain, 1.5 maximum SWR, 1500 Watts

  • Power handling
  • Height: 16-1/2' to 20'
  • Includes a Ground radiator
  • Tunable from 26-46 Mhz

    M00-05140
| 12 reviews
I purchased this since it reminded me of my first antenna in the 1970's, and because it is a 5/8th wave. It performs way better than the Antron and the price is perfect for us folk on a budget. I definitely support this antenna and Coppers products through my Facebook page and blog. I believe in sharing ads about their fine products such as this. https://www.facebook.com/cbradiousa/
| 12 reviews
I am from mount morris Michigan I have had just about all the ground plane since the late 70's this is one of the best antenna you can get it will do the job wind rain snow has not stop it good job maco thank you for all the years
| 12 reviews
I've been on CB Radio since 1966. My best beam was Astro beam. I had them all. but moved a few years back. purchased one of the Maco Alpha V 5/8 antennas stuck it up forty foot. the first night talked to Texas from Ky.on 4 watt radio. great antenna for $100, bucks..buy the one has an Astro Beam let me know {for sell}mccormick157@gmail.com
| 12 reviews
Replaced a m400 that didn't survive 2 Chicago winters..I have been into radio for years and have used an antron 99, Imax, Gainmaster, Big stick, Dipoles and others. This antenna beats most of them with less noise in the recieve. I have ran 1000 watts through it with no problems and currently have it mounted above a 4 element beam. This is a great antenna for the money.
| 12 reviews
To me this is the best Ground Plane antenna ever made. I put my Imax-2000 on my garage station and the V58 on my main Base Station and have not had any problems with it. No Wind, no rain, or snow has stopped me from transmitting on this antenna. I have put up to 3500 PEP watt in it and it is still going, the only mod I did was change he copper wire to No.10-Teflon wire. This antenna just works and I don't have to mess with at all, good job Maco! Thanks! Tech-Nine.

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