Re: DB-224 VHF Antenna Versions

More than worth the extra money for the 138-150 model. 

I have one of each model at the top of a nearly 200' tower... 
both are very heavy beasts to install, but they work just 
killer. 

Also note the lower range model is much larger & longer in 
length. If your operation is ham only... get the 138-150 
model. If you have commercial band requirements you can 
share the higher range model, but it's not the best for 
ham operation...

cheers,
skipp 
skipp025 at yahoo.com 
www.radiowrench.com 

> "Chappy" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
>     We plan to buy a new DB-224 antenna for 146.34/94.
> We notice the "popular" model covers 150-160 MHz.
> Also available is a model  covering 138-150 MHz, for about $50 more.
> I've heard many times that the 150-160 model covers 2 meters just fine.
> In fact we have a DB-264 with 150-160 MHz specs and it seems OK.
> Is it worth it to look for the 138-150 MHz version ?
>     Thanks -- kd4ss
>








 
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