COMPACtenna

compact   ANTENNAS

 

Ham Radio

HF, VHF, UHF
 

Scanner – Government, GMRS MURS

Shortwave

CB

 

SMALL  antennas
NO  tuning  (of antenna structure)
High Performance
Vehicle
    Often allowing passage into garages, drive-thrus and below overhangs and branches
    7″, 9″ VHF/UHF models (HF models recommended only when stationary)
Home
    For HOA’s, condo’s, apartments, homes
    Examples:  backyard, patio, shed, floor of house, closet, attic
    [See SAR on Installs page]
    [Follow local building codes including NEC grounding/lightning/etc. and NFPA guidelines.]
Parks (POTA), Camp Grounds, Field Emergengy Deployment

 

MADE IN  THE USA
compactenna-on-vehicle
A note of appreciation:
To Radio operators for all your sincere support.
It is often a challenge for inventors to bring forth new ways of thinking/design.
Your word-of-mouth, comments on forums, and reviews help to spread the word about
this unique antenna Science & Technology.
Dr. Jack Nilsson, N8NDL   
Inventor – Antennas, Electromagnetism
HOW IS IT POSSIBLE ?? …So short yet such High Performance – Video Explanation
 

Product Listing   follows

 
John KK4SBS writes:
Not sure what sort of … magic wizardry you’ve pulled off here but the performance on the 70cm/1.25m/2m tri-band
COMPACtenna is absolutely phenomenal!
The performance on all three bands, right out of the box, has been nothing short of incredible.
I had been running a B-10NMO (70cm/2m & 12″ tall).
Since switching to the COMPACtenna,
I’m now receiving reports of full quiet on repeaters that I previously struggled to even Rx at ~S5.
I’m now able to Rx those same machines at S8-S9+ with no issues and to my shock,
I’ve also had no trouble on Rx/Tx in the areas I used to struggle.
So thank you for engineering such an awesome product. …
COMPACtenna PHOTO Dodge Charger with 2M-220-440 John Mullen KK4SBS PHOTO 1  COMPACtenna PHOTO Dodge Charger with 2M-220-440 John Mullen KK4SBS PHOTO 2
Thank you John.
 
eHam.net review by WA8JBT (posted on HamR-7Digi listing) of model HamR-7  :
With the HamR-7 inside my apartment with a 1:1 match on all bands using my tuner,
in the last 3 months I’ve logged over 400 contacts, mostly in continental U.S.
some in Hawaii, South America, Mexico, Canada, Caribbean area and Spain & France.
Using PSKreporter my signal was heard in Japan, New Zealand, Africa & all over Europe.
COMPACtenna HamR-7 Photo in Attic AND Closet
 
 

 

PRODUCTS

Click on model of interest, or scroll down to view all models and valuable information.

 

CB  +  Ham Radio    

CB/2 Meters/440

 

Scanner Radio

SCAN-III   Govt Optimized Antenna

 

Shortwave Radio

SW
[Global reception videos incl. Spain, Nigeria, France, Greece, Iran, Ascension Island – BBC, NUMBERS Stations]

 

NEW:  2 Meter  micro-BEAM

2M-microBEAM   tiny High Performance Beam Directional Gain Antenna

 

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HamR-7  Series 

Multiple HF Bands + VHF & UHF in each antenna model
 
Three look-alike models; specific model marked on the bottom for identification
only 46″ tall
 
HamR-7 :  Optimally Tuned to ‘Phone’ portion of 40m, 20m, 10m  +  6m, 2m, 220 & 440 Bands
                    [Commonly tunable with external tuners to the entire 40 Meter, 20 Meter, and 10 Meter Bands]
HamR-7Digi :  Optimally Tuned to Lower portion of 40m, 20m, 10m  +  6m, 2m, 220 & 440 Bands
HamR-7WARC :  30m, 17m, 12m  +  6m, 2m, 220 & 440 Bands
 
No assembly required.  Shown here on a 3/8″-24 thread magnet mount:
COMPACtenna HamR-7 Photo Resized and Trimmed
 
 
 
COMPACtenna Installation OUTSIDE ON GRASS 20in, HamR-7 on metal sheet
 
COMPACtenna Installation HamR-7 On Stationary Vehicle - Park - Field Deployment

 

SWR Graphs on Icom-7300 (Internal Tuner) :
[HamR-7 antennas now with Black Caps]
COMPACtenna HamR-7 SERIES Photo with SWR Curves
                   HamR-7                               HamR-7Digi                         HamR-7WARC
 
Joeri van Dooren in Belgium  –  Reports using models HamR-7 and HamR-7WARC
https://moreorless.be
HamR-7 – 20m in 24 hr.
COMPACtenna Joeri van Dooren, Belgium HamR-7 20m in 24 hr. World Map Contacts
 
HamR-7 – 40m in 24 hr.
COMPACtenna Joeri van Dooren, Belgium HamR-7 40m in 24 hr. World Map Contacts
 
HamR-7WARC – 15m in 24 hr.
COMPACtenna Joeri van Dooren, Belgium HamR-7WARC 15m in 24 hr. World Map Contacts
 
HamR-7WARC – 17m in 24 hr.
COMPACtenna Joeri van Dooren, Belgium HamR-7WARC 17m in 24 hr. World Map Contacts
 
HamR-7WARC – 30m in 24 hr.
COMPACtenna Joeri van Dooren, Belgium HamR-7WARC 30m in 24 hr. World Map Contacts
 
COMPACtenna HF Monopole Comparative Analyses Spectrum Analyzer - LEFT MARGIN for Website
 
COMPACtenna HamR-7 Photo in Attic 1 Resized and Trimmed     YouTube: COMPACtenna in attic in Ohio gets a signal report fromGeorgia
 
5-8-9 Reports on 20 Meters!
HamR-7
Due to HOA restrictions, I was forced to find an alternative to dipoles and beams…
The COMPACtenna HAMR-7 is only 46” tall and requires only a small ground plane
counterpoise (36” x 36”).
This fit within my [very limited space] parameters.
The build quality (materials) of this unit are superb….
After resolving some SWR anomalies (due to defective magnetic mount),
the HamR-7 snapped right into spec on 40, 20, and 10 meters.
I am happy.
The COMPACtenna had me talking to NJ, PA, and LA with 5-8-9 reports.
If you have an HOA or apartment preventing you from enjoying your Ham Hobby,
consider the COMPACtenna series of antennas.
Avi, N1KSP
 
POTA (Park On The Air)
COMPACtenna HamR-7 Photo Anthony Luscre, K8ZT Elecraft POTA
K8ZT visited a park a few miles from his home. He reports that within 10 minutes of leaving his house,
he had easily deployed the HamR-7 antenna and made many CW and SSB voice contacts accross USA
and abroad running QRP with only 5 watts on battery power.
YouTube: COMPACtenna HamR-7 – POTA by Anthony Luscre, K8ZT – QRP – Elecraft
 
AK6OM Reviews HamR-7Digi
Results speak for themselves.
I tried the WSPR digital mode, and just 5 W transmit power from Los Angeles with my KX3 and its internal ATU
(similar results were obtained with the 991A).
My signal on 20m and 40m was heard as far away as Canada, the Canary Islands, Antarctica, and Melbourne.
I’m happy with the HamR-Digi & recommend it to anyone with a good internal or external ATU, & a need for small footprint.
 
[20″ and HamR-7 series COMPACtenna models are designed for
securely mounted appropriate outdoor installations
as well as appropriate indoor installations,
and even on a stationary vehicle as in campgrounds, POTA.
They are not recommended for vehicles in motion.]
 
***
To help have the successes others have,
see ‘Installs’ page for Optimizing Installation of small (HF) antennas in ‘small spaces’.
Topics include:
A good External Antenna Tuner helps realize this antenna’s broad performance capabilities.
A good System Ground is important.   
***
 
Available at:
HamR-7 — at Ham Radio Outlet
HamR-7 — at DX Engineering
 
HamR-7Digi — at Ham Radio Outlet
HamR-7Digi — at DX Engineering
 
HamR-7WARC — at Ham Radio Outlet
HamR-7WARC — at DX Engineering
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[specification sheets]

Model  SCAN-III

Compact High Performance Scanner Radio Antenna  (<100 – 1500 MHz)
Optimized for 3 Wide Frequency Bands:
  • VHF  136 – 174 MHz
  • UHF  378 – 512 MHz
  • 750 – 960 MHz
 Digital & Analog – Superior for Public Service-Safety/Govt Frequency Bands
      Police, Fire, Sheriff, Emergency Medical, State Highway Patrol,
      Homeland Security, U.S. Federal, Military
Also superb for Transmit/Receive on MURS (151-155 MHz) and GMRS (462-467 MHz)
      as well as Ham Radio 2 Meter (VHF) & 440 MHz (UHF) Bands
      [(V)SWR: nominal <2:1  136-174MHz; 378-512MHz; 750-960MHz]
      Antenna is constructed in a fashion allowing 100 W at VHF, 75 W at higher frequencies
         Best transmit SWR results are seen with antenna mounted
         at one of the corners of the vehicle roof/hood/lid/fender.
         Performance/pattern is substantially omni-directional when mounted at a corner.
         [As a receiving antenna, model SCAN-III performs excellently at non-corners
         such as roof center, as well as at corners.]
 
ColoradoFans – CB/Ham/2-way radio…GMRS
I’ve started working on the radio setup for GMRS/Ham operations.
Put in a Compactenna based on local feedback here from HRO in town and lots of the local offroaders.
So far the reception and transmission is good…
I’m just running a cheap HT to test reception with the new setup until I can figure out what I want to do
for a real radio in the cab.
I will say with the Compactenna I can hit GMRS repeaters 10 miles away pretty easily with a 5W HT.
        COMPACtenna on GM Truck
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
It works great for me on (HAM Radio) 70cm/2M and GMRS. I have good signal reads with full quieting every time I ask. Also the size is good.
Local HRO … says the 4×4 community buys them because they don’t hang up. I like it because it fits in my garage.
I’m letting my own experience with it guide me. It’s been good so far.

 

COMPACtenna REVIEW SCAN-III on ColoradoFans.com PHOTO
These things are awesome.

 

COMPACtenna TESLA &amp; COMPACtenna MEET - Danny, KI5EXY in Texas - PHOTO
TESLA and COMPACtenna MEET – Danny, KI5EXY Texas: It is Great
 
COMPACtenna REVIEW SCAN-III on DXE  [DXE]
 
COMPACtenna The Spectrum Monitor May 2019 FRONT PAGE    By Bob Grove, W8JHD    “The prediction of signal flutter reduction was true as well;
when annoying flutter interrupted reception of weak signals on the whip,
reception was much smoother with the COMPACtenna.”

COMPACtenna Flip Chart Graph Drawing - Stabilized Signal Strengths

Increased Reliable Range in the dynamically obstructed NLOS (Non Line Of Sight) Environment we live in.
 
Radio Reference
devicelab:  It’s performance is very impressive
The SCAN III is able to receive our [850Mhz analog trunk] … while inside the parking garage.
The Laird goes silent almost immediately after entering.
…It sure beats the Laird 1/4 wave UHF 7″ whip (460)
RadioReference.com – Model SCAN-III
 

COMPACtenna SCAN-III Vehicle and Base USES, Photos with Wording

 
***
Mobile:  For best SWR and performance, mount your COMPACtenna
at/near a corner of your vehicle.
See ‘INSTALLS’ page for Optimizing Installations.
***
 
 
Scott Roberts, KB3CBC submitted a very well written report:
For one specific case: there is a venerable major manufacturer whose antennas are used by first responders and amateur radio operators (me) for decades. The particular antenna by this manufacturer is used on 2/70 and gave me a benchmark to compare the CompacTenna side by side. In urban, NLOS environments, the CompacTenna beat the 2/70 antenna in every case.
With regards to the magnetic vs electric fields: a fast but inaccurate translation would be to say that this antenna functions as an omnidirectional circularly polarized antenna, and if you didn’t know any better, that’s what you would hear on the radio and see from your reception and transmission reports. It’s a lot more complicated than that and would recommend you review the various YouTube videos Dr. Jack put together to address this topic. Antenna analyzers and plots only give you part of the story, primarily based upon the E-field. It doesn’t show you, directly, what’s happening from the H-field side. Use a spectrum analyzer to compare received signals, though, and you’ll see the difference. The noise floor was reduced by approximately 3db and the signals were more evenly distributed. Signals that were close to the noise floor were observed to have increased by 3-6db, and stronger signals were slightly attenuated. The result is that there was minimal fading and the capability to hear signals that I could not using other manufacturer’s antennas.
 
reddit
azbearhuntr: …for its size this thing is incredible.
  I went 114 miles single hop today on aprs with this little guy.
  Voice comms are great as well, hitting repeaters 40-50 miles away clearly isn’t difficult.
 
Digital Communications – DMR Radio   with COMPACtenna Science & Technology (eHam.net):
COMPACtenna REVIEW 2M-220-440 on eHam.net - Digital Communications, DMR Radio
Thank you, Carlos.
 
6 Minute Video of Tom Medlin of W5KUB.com Interviewing
Dr. Jack Nilsson Regarding 7″ COMPACtenna Model 2M/220/440 :

Testimonial:
Our company “Ham and HiFi” purchased a Compactenna 2M/220/440 antenna from HRO recently!
We use the antenna for testing radios we acquire from ” ham radio collections” we purchase from all over the US !
The construction of our shop / warehouse is with foil backed insulation, steel doors and steel roof
which have made using inside antennas a problem …..
But when using the Compactenna I’m now able to connect to repeaters through out the Reno / Sparks area!
Easy to install, easy to use ( no tuning ), wide banded and will handle 85 watts on 2, 50 watts on 220 / 440 !
Best of all a small footprint and it works !              I ordered another for my truck !
Regards, Don W7SSB
HAMandHiFi.comCOMPACtenna - HAMandHiFi.com LOGO

 

COMPACtenna Science & Technology – Superior Earth Communications (Land Mobile), Satellite, etc.:
Satellite Communication with COMPACtenna Science & Technology
Summary of comments on Groups.io by Brad Smith, KC9UQR:
Brad Smith, KC9UQR
I use the COMPACtenna model 2M/440.
It is elliptically polarized and a very good satellite antenna.
It does work better than a vertical.
I have tried many antennas, including 1/4, 1/2, and 5/8 wave verticals and an eggbeater.
Dr. Nilsson explained the elliptical polarization.
I am very impressed by this little antenna.
The website is COMPACtenna.com .
There is a lot of info there, including videos by Dr. Nilsson that are informing.
The COMPACtenna is also very good at high elevations/working directly overhead. …there is no “doughnut hole”.
The proof is when you get out into the field and make a contact and I am doing that every day.
SATELLITE Communication with COMPACtenna Science &Technology
 
COMPACtenna The Spectrum Monitor May 2019 FRONT PAGE    By Bob Grove, W8JHD    “The prediction of signal flutter reduction was true as well;
when annoying flutter interrupted reception of weak signals on the whip,
reception was much smoother with the COMPACtenna.”

COMPACtenna Flip Chart Graph Drawing - Stabilized Signal Strengths

Increased Reliable Range in the dynamically obstructed NLOS (Non Line Of Sight) Environment we live in.
 
MOTOR HOME   antenna      (eHam.net):
COMPACtenna REVIEW 2M,220,440 on eHam.net MOTOR HOME INSTAL Gary, KF4GGK - Gerhard Spangenberg
 
***
Mobile:  For best SWR and performance, mount your COMPACtenna
at/near a corner of your vehicle.
See ‘INSTALLS’ page for Optimizing Installations.
***
 
 
Brad Leeser, KEØLDS    North Dakota
Report on COMPACtenna 7” model 2M/440
Dodge Durango
2 meter & 70 cm Bands tested
Analog & Digital
Yaesu – System Fusion – C4FM 4-level FSK
I had been using a ‘tall’ 2 meter/440 Ham Radio antenna on the center of the roof of my Dodge Durango.
But I moved and the new garage has a low clearance that will not allow standard antennas/technology.
It works great around town in Fargo, North Dakota.
I put the antenna on the rear left side of my car as recommended.
I’ve used it on the 2 meter and 70 cm bands
and have done both analog and digital System Fusion transmissions.
So far…two thumbs up.
And I have a four-inch clearance getting into my garage!
[So a ¼ wave 2 meter antenna wouldn’t even fit.]
BTW it was -21 degrees this morning in Fargo. and the antenna worked great!
As a follow up, I completed my 300 mile trip last week
from Fargo, North Dakota to Rochester, Minnesota.
I knew roughly how far the repeaters reached as I traveled along I-94 with my old tall antenna.
I am happy to report that my new 7” COMPACtenna had the same reach to those repeaters
as my old tall antenna.
I was picking up and reaching the repeater as far as 30 and more miles away,
which in hilly Minnesota country is not bad at all.
So, overall, I give the antenna a “two thumbs up”.
I think I made a really good buy.
Brad Leeser
KEØLDS

 

COMPACtenna REVIEW 2M,440 on DXE

 
Non-Line-Of- Sight – Success with COMPACtenna
Simplex – Vehicle to Vehicle
I purchased one of your dual band COMPACtenna’s for my wife’s van.
She has 12 inches of clearance into our garage,
so we had to use a low profile antenna.
This evening, she and I talked on my drive home from work on 2 meter simplex.
We live in north western Michigan in a hilly region.
My wife was parked below the
level of the street that runs past our house.
As you can see in the attached Google Earth map, the hills
are over 200 feet higher in elevation than where my wife was parked.
We were both surprised on
How clear the signal came through.
In the past, we had a difficult time maintaining contact…
Thank you for making the COMPACtenna.
David Bolduc – N8ATP
COMPACtenna Non-Line-Of-Sight David Bolduc, N8ATP - Google Earth
 
COMPACtenna The Spectrum Monitor May 2019 FRONT PAGE    By Bob Grove, W8JHD    “The prediction of signal flutter reduction was true as well;
when annoying flutter interrupted reception of weak signals on the whip,
reception was much smoother with the COMPACtenna.”

COMPACtenna Flip Chart Graph Drawing - Stabilized Signal Strengths

Increased Reliable Range in the dynamically obstructed NLOS (Non Line Of Sight) Environment we live in.
 
***
Mobile:  For best SWR and performance, mount your COMPACtenna
at/near a corner of your vehicle.
See ‘INSTALLS’ page for Optimizing Installations.
***
 
Available at:
Link to COMPACtenna model 2M/440 at Ham Radio Outlet
Link to COMPACtenna model 2M/440 at DX Engineering
Heartland Radio & TV — 440-478-9859
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[specification sheet]

Model  6M/2M/440    Tri-Band

Ham Radio   6 Meters  +  2-Meter and 440 Bands
COMPACtenna Installation OUTSIDE ON GRASS 20in, HamR-7 on metal sheet
COMPACtenna REVIEW 6M,2M,440 on DXE
 
[20″ and HamR-7 series COMPACtenna models are designed for
securely mounted appropriate outdoor installations
as well as appropriate indoor installations,
and even on a stationary vehicle as in campgrounds, POTA.
They are not recommended for vehicles in motion.]
See ‘INSTALLS’ page for Optimizing Installation of small (HF) antennas in ‘small spaces’.
 
Available at:
Link to COMPACtenna model 6M/2M/440 at Ham Radio Outlet
Link to COMPACtenna model 6M/2M/440 at DX Engineering
Heartland Radio & TV — 440-478-9859
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[specification sheet]

Model  10M/2M/440    Tri-Band

Ham Radio   10 Meters  +  2-Meter and 440 Bands
COMPACtenna Installation OUTSIDE ON GRASS 20in, HamR-7 on metal sheet
COMPACtenna REVIEW 10M,2M,440 on DXE
 
[20″ and HamR-7 series COMPACtenna models are designed for
securely mounted appropriate outdoor installations
as well as appropriate indoor installations,
and even on a stationary vehicle as in campgrounds, POTA.
They are not recommended for vehicles in motion.]
See ‘INSTALLS’ page for Optimizing Installation of small (HF) antennas in ‘small spaces’.
 
Available at:
Link to COMPACtenna model 10M/2M/440 at Ham Radio Outlet
Link to COMPACtenna model 10M/2M/440 at DX Engineering
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[specification sheet]

Model  20M/2M/440    Tri-Band

Ham Radio   20 Meters  +  2-Meter and 440 Bands
COMPACtenna Installation OUTSIDE ON GRASS 20in, HamR-7 on metal sheet
 
W8TWL and KD8ZEI worked numerous stations around the USA and Maritime Provinces of Canada
on the 20 Meter Band at Field Day June, 2018 using the 20″ COMPACtenna model 20M/2M/440 .
Recognition, The Medina 2-Meter Group, W8EOC.org
COMPACtenna Video 20 Meters Field Day Screen Capture    COMPACtenna 20M Field Day Antenna Photo2of2    Link to YouTube 20 second video of W8TWL using the 20 Meters 20″ COMPACtenna
 
ARRL Ohio Section Manager  Scott D Yonally, N8SY   20″ COMPACtenna 20 Meters Antenna Review
 
[20″ and HamR-7 series COMPACtenna models are designed for
securely mounted appropriate outdoor installations
as well as appropriate indoor installations,
and even on a stationary vehicle as in campgrounds, POTA.
They are not recommended for vehicles in motion.]
See ‘INSTALLS’ page for Optimizing Installation of small (HF) antennas in ‘small spaces’.
 
Available at:
Link to COMPACtenna model 20M/2M/440 at Ham Radio Outlet
Link to COMPACtenna model 20M/2M/440 at DX Engineering
Heartland Radio & TV — 440-478-9859
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[specification sheet]

Model  SW    Shortwave Radio

3,000 – 30,000 KHz Receive
COMPACtenna Installation OUTSIDE ON GRASS 20in, HamR-7 on metal sheet
COMPACtenna REVIEW SW customer InitialStop, Heartland Radio AMENDED
 
Nicely made Videos by an unsolicited customer using 20″ COMPACtenna model SW on DXpeditions.
Thank you, Radelva65.
Amateur Radio Stations on 20 meters including Barcelona, Spain
K4MIA – Special Call   National POW/MIA Recognition Day
11770 KHz  Voice of NIGERIA        11530 KHz  FRANCE        9420 KHz  Voice of GREECE        9620 KHz  IRB Voice of IRAN
COMPACtenna Video YouTube Model SW - SCREEN SHOT NEW Video with IRAN, FRANCE, etc.    Link to this Video
 
Stations from around the world heard at The Donald J. Trump State Park:
COMPACtenna Video YouTube Model SW - SCREEN SHOT - CHINA heard from Donald J. TRUMP State Park    LINK to this YouTube Video

 

COMPACtenna Video Nashville SW Radio Screen Capture   Link to 10 second YouTube video of Nashville, Tennessee 13845KHz with short COMPACtenna heard well in Cleveland, Ohio
 
COMPACtenna The Spectrum Monitor May 2019 FRONT PAGE    By Chris Parris    ” … The COMPACtenna … seemed too good to be true.
The antenna appears to be very well built and not flimsy.
The COMPACtenna SW does indeed work as advertised.
It appears to be useful in situations where a larger or longer antenna is not practical or possible.
I did receive shortwave stations better than the standard whip antenna provided on basic shortwave radios.”
 
On 10,12,15,17m the COMPACtenna model SW receives better than a 5m active loop
and 1.2m mag loop.
The SNR ratio of your antenna is amazing on the 20m band, the reception of FT8 is better than my whip and magnetic loops including a 1.2m mag loop and even a 5m active loop.
Joeri van Dooren
Brussels, Belgium
http://merchtem.on3ure.be:8074/
COMPACtenna SW Joeri from Belgium Photo 1
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
COMPACtenna SW Joeri from Belgium Photo 2
COMPACtenna SW Joeri from Belgium Photo 3
 
  COMPACtenna 20M-2M-440 PHOTO - SHRUNK          COMPACtenna VIDEO model SW LIVE-REAL TIME - SCREEN SHOT
sample 1 minute VIDEO
 
[20″ and HamR-7 series COMPACtenna models are designed for
securely mounted appropriate outdoor installations
as well as appropriate indoor installations,
and even on a stationary vehicle as in campgrounds, POTA.
They are not recommended for vehicles in motion.]
See ‘INSTALLS’ page for Optimizing Installation of small (HF) antennas in ‘small spaces’.
 
Available at:
Link to COMPACtenna model SW at Ham Radio Outlet
Link to COMPACtenna model SW at DX Engineering
Heartland Radio & TV — 440-478-9859
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[specification sheet]

Model  CB/2M/440    Tri-Band

Citizens Band Radio (CB)   +   Ham Radio  2-Meter and 440 Bands
COMPACtenna Website 20in Antenna Attic, Closet and Outdoor Photos
 
[20″ and HamR-7 series COMPACtenna models are designed for
securely mounted appropriate outdoor installations
as well as appropriate indoor installations,
and even on a stationary vehicle as in campgrounds, POTA.
They are not recommended for vehicles in motion.]
See ‘INSTALLS’ page for Optimizing Installation of small (HF) antennas in ‘small spaces’.
 

Model  2M-microBEAM

COMPACtenna 2 Meter micro-BEAM PHOTO ENTIRE Antenna Resized &amp; Coax, Screw, Mast NOT INCL.
tiny High Performance HAM Radio Beam Directional Gain Antenna for the 2 Meter Band
  only 19” long, 28” wide, and 28” high
Fits through attic openings fully assembled where standard beam antennas don’t,
  even small ones
Fits in tight spaces where standard beam antennas don’t,
  even small ones
Short length and short height (reduced torque) with quite low weight and wind load
  allowing use of inexpensive TV antenna style rotors
Very little assembly required
 
2 Meter micro-BEAM installation at the Heartland Radio facility in Willoughby, Ohio:
COMPACtenna 2 Meter micro-BEAM PHOTO at Heartland Radio
Video clip: Heartland Radio Transmitting from USA to CANADA with 2M-microBEAM
Video clip: Heartland Radio succeeds despite Topography Challenges 2M-microBEAM
 
25 min. VIDEO about Heartland Radio & COMPACtenna 2 Meter micro-BEAM
Available at:
Heartland Radio & TV — 440-478-9859
Link to COMPACtenna model 2M-microBEAM at DX Engineering
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[specification sheet]
See ‘INSTALLS’ page for Optimizing Installations.

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