High-quality Rotary Dipole Shortwave Antennas for Amateur Radio.

In the category "Rotary Dipole Shortwave Antennas" you will find high-quality antenna solutions that have been specifically designed for amateur radio. With the Rotary Dipole Shortwave Antenna Set, you can experience first-class performance. The antennas are easy to install and provide optimal signal strength for your radio activities. Discover the variety of Rotary Dipole Shortwave Antennas on our category page now and enhance your hobby level in amateur radio.

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  1. Ultrabeam Rotary Dipole 6-20m
    Ultrabeam Rotary Dipole 6-20m

    Motorized multiband HF rotary dipole (one element), incl. Touch screen controller

    Available in 5 days

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    €1,594.00
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €1,339.50
    SKU 12200.1
  2. InnovAntennas Delta-C140 Rotary Dipole 40m
    InnovAntennas Delta-C140 Rotary Dipole 40m

    Delta-C140, Rotary dipole for 40m, full bandwidth up to 7300 kHz usable without tuner (SWR <= 2:1), only 12m wide, only 8,.5 kg.

    Available in 25 days

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    €499.00
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €419.33
    SKU 18482.DC140

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FAQ

What is a Shortwave Rotary Dipole Antenna?
A shortwave rotary dipole antenna is an antenna used for the reception and transmission of shortwave frequencies. It consists of two symmetrical dipole elements connected by a rotator (a device that rotates the antenna) to control the directional pattern.
How do I install a shortwave rotary dipole antenna?
The installation of a shortwave rotary dipole antenna can vary depending on the model. However, it is usually installed on a mast or tower and connected to the receiving equipment with a coaxial cable. It is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully and ensure that the antenna is properly grounded.
What are the advantages of a shortwave rotary dipole antenna?
A Shortwave Rotary Dipole Antenna provides high directivity and allows the user to control the directional pattern of the antenna for better signal quality. It is also suitable for use in confined spaces and can therefore be installed in residential areas or confined spaces. Finally, it allows the user to receive and transmit a wide range of shortwave frequencies.