Maxcon
Antennas
Maxcon
17 South Ridge Trail
Cartersville GA 30120
PH# 470-315-7373
Maxcon Double Bazooka Broad Band Dipoles
Complete with 3KW Current Balun
Model B75/80

Operating bands 75 and 80 meters
Bandwidth - 300kHz typical, (VSWR < 2.0:1
Max Operating power 5000W PEP, 3000W CW continuous
Balun: Uses Maxcon 3KW 1:1 current balun
Typical impedance 40 ohm - 60 ohm
 (depending on installation height and configuration)
Effective Gain 12 dBi Typical
(when mounted at 1 wavelength height
VSWR 1.5:1 (typical)
Total length Dipole 125 ft.
Operates the entire 80/75 Meter Band
with a less than 2 to 1 SWR
Model B40

Operating bands 40 meters
Bandwidth - 700kHz typical, (VSWR < 2.0:1
Max Operating power 5000W PEP, 3000W CW continuous
Balun: Uses Maxcon 3KW 1:1 current balun
Typical impedance 40 ohm - 60 ohm (depending on installation height and configuration)
Effective Gain 12 dBi Typical (when mounted at 1 wavelength height
VSWR 1.5:1 (typical)
Total length Dipole 62 ft.
Operates the entire 40 meter band with less than a 1:5 to 1 SWR
Model B20

Operating bands 20 meters
Bandwidth - 1000kHz typical, (VSWR < 2.0:1
Max Operating power 5000W PEP, 3000W CW
Balun: Uses Maxcon 3 KW 1:1 current balun
Typical impedance 40 ohm - 60 ohm
Effective Gain 12 dBi Typical
VSWR 1.3 to1 (typical)
Total length Dipole 32 ft.
A DOUBLE BAZOOKA antenna is an extremely broad banded Half Wave Antenna which can operate efficiently across an entire Ham band with little change to the SWR. The BAZOOKA antenna design was developed by the staff of M.I.T. in the early 1940's for use by the U.S. Government as a radar antenna. It was modified for amateur radio use in the 1950's.

The DOUBLE BAZOOKA is 98% efficient and typically provides S.W.R. readings of less than 2:1 over most of the 80 or 75 meter amateur band, and 1:5 to 1 over all of the 40 and 20 meter bands.

Since this antenna has no exposed metal wire static charges can not build up thus reducing noise by 6dB over antennas constructed of exposed wire. The Double Bazooka is a unique design alternative to a dipole. It is made of coax cable, instead of a single strand of copper wire. The braided copper shield of the coax is the actual RF radiator, and the center conductor acts like a quarter wave matching transformer. The larger diameter of the shield-braid acting as the actual elements, gives the Bazooka a wider bandwidth, and reduced noise over the old wire dipole. So it covers a wider range of frequencies on each band with lower SWR.

The Maxcon DOUBLE BAZOOKA is made entirely of RG-6 Coax. Most comercially available double bazooka antennas do not us a balun to save cost. The Maxcon comes with a 3KW 1 to 1 current balun. This eliminates feed line radation and keeps the radiation pattern symetrical.

The DOUBLE BAZOOKA is recommended to be mounted in an inverted "V" configuration for optimum results.
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