Comments about ZX Yagi
My name is Jim Prather in Moore, Ok. U.S.A. I would like to be added to your list of users. My call letters are: WE4VHF. You have my website already linked, as I do yours. Thanks very much...
PS... You may go to this page to see my ZX Yagi...
I would like to inform you that the 4 el. yagi ZX (the best for me) that I bought last year , runs very very well like a thunder !!!!
I contacted stations from most wanted countries without difficulty expecially from north and south pacific but.....if it is possible I would like to have more info on the project of the 9 el. yagi. Maybe I'm crazy but I have a lot of space in my holiday home so...................I think I'll buy it.
I hope receive your answer as soone as possible.
Thanks in advance.
Alberto Genova Italia
je me présente comme CB
depuis le 11 septembre 2001 je possède une 11-5ITB. J'en suis très satisfais et je tien a dire aussi la qualité de cette antenne.
De 16MB06 op: bernard
I just bought a ZX MINI-2000 and it is great. I have the antenna set up on a push up mast and worked a UA9 on my first call today and got a true 5-9+ report. I know the gain on the beam isn't super, but the front to back is certainly better than I expected.
My Qth is about 300 ft above sea level and just a few more away from the Monterey Bay. Pointing from East thru North the antenna has salt water at its feet and works great.
Thanks es 73
Jeff KJ6FD Feb 2002
J'ai acheté un balum MTFT et je l'ai installé avec succès. Maintenant, j'aimerai bien en augmenter ses performances, surtout au niveau ROS.
73's et merci...
DJ7IC mounted his ZX20-2 in a huge pine tree and is happy with it! His letter:
Sehr geehrter Herr Junge,
Thanks for information! I have the MTFT and it's very very good all HF bands.
F8DUC, REF n°50647, 10/2000
DF2SS de G3JLB
ZX 6-4 50 MHz beam: Antenna now assembled and seems to be working OK with very low SWR. I am very pleased with the engineering.
Please convey my thanks to all concerned for the prompt attention I recieved, I have a long memory Hi !
73 de Les G3JLB
sept 10, 2000
we used to live in Derbyshire, England and moved here about 2 years ago, so I brought my 60 foot tower with me. Due to the very high winds we have, I now only use one section of the tower as you can see.
There is the ZX6-6 6 element ZX-Yagi for 6mtr, a homebrew 9 element for 2mtr (which I will be replacing with something bigger), and at the top is a Diamond F22 for 2mtr, the total height of the tower is about 12mtrs. That is the antennas so far on the tower, there is also a Mosley TA33 in the background ready to be used later.
73s for now
GM7PBB, John, Julie & Owen :-)
Eoropie, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland
Recently purchased The GP-3 antenna and I'm in need of of extra 18 Meters of PVC insulated copper wire for adding more radials, unable to obtain the above locally. Congratulation on Excellent product good finish and documentation.
(SONY united kingdom )
sept 12, 2000
|Mark:Just to let you know my ZX Mini Yagi arrived yesterday and it is up in the air at 33 feet right now... This baby works great...NO PROBLEM running a KW and no rf feedback getting into the shack. The Mosley Mini shut my 1000MP down! Construction was very easy and quick and I received some nice 59 reports from Europe on 20 meter band... Quality construction, light weight and small...the perfect antenna for me! (Even my wife likes it!) I'll take some photographs of the setup this weekwnd. 73, Rick Rick Conners WA7ND WA7ND@ARRL.NET|
|Hello Ron,I contact KP4EIT today on 6 meter with my 6 elements ZX YAGI with 10 Watts my report 58 in Puerto Rico. I receive the station 53. I have a friend near my house (20 km), my friend doesn't receive the station from Puerto Rico with 5 elements Tonna ! I say "if you want Puerto Rico on 6 m, buy ZX" ! Bye, IVAN Thank you ZX YAGI !!!|
|Hi ron, finally the antenna is ready! You are the first one to see this photo. I have had just a problem with the wire kit for the boom, that has not been possible to climb on. However the spar works well, I am enough satisfied. Yours sincerely Luca|
Hello Ron, Working with the 3 element 3 band beam from ZX-Yagi is really great ! Several years worked with the R7-vertical from Cushcraft and dipoles. I know a vertical and dipoles are not beams. After installing the beam,I worked immidiatly in SSTV, South-Korea.New-Zeeland,China,Taiwan,Martinique etc...in bad propagation cdx. Only with 100 Watts ,80 Watts in SSTV, I have no boosters I don't like them, a good antenna is the best amplifier. Working all the day the American hams,with no conditions. I can switch between the antennas and all my antennas,except the beam, are in the noise. Signal differences various from S3 to S9 for the beam. And at the end,ZX-Yagis are easy to mount,with an excellent service from Ron
de Willy ON7NW qth: ZICHEM VB BELGIUM JO21MA asl antenna: 40 meters,not so high,with small hills on the side. 73' to all of You.
I would like to thank you for the nice antenna you build on my request,the ST5FR. The 5 ITB was an exellent antenna,but this one is absolutly great.The F/B is as you told me is more than 45DB,the forward gain must be more as you told me,because it works like a devil in the pileup. Most of the time,one or two calls is enough, with only 75 watts PEP.
Thanks again 19SD121 Mike
Ron (and Mike), I have had the new antenna up at about 8m high for a few
days now. It is working extremely well, with excellent reports from DX
stations. I have pictures and simulations on my web page http://www.thefamilybrown.com/equipmen.htm
and also of the minibeam at