Stationary, directional antennas (Yagi, X-Quad)

A directional antenna concentrates the field of radiation in one direction only, signals from other directions are picked up only weakly or not at all. The higher the gain of a directional antenna, the sharper the directivity pattern, the more precisely the antenna should be pointed.

For maximum range and performance, directional antennas are essential. Various designs - Yagi, X-Quad, Helix etc. - offer different advantages, depending on the application. Here it is important to find the most reasonable compromise between length and gain for the specific situation. Sometimes only the easy transportability plays a role, for example if you want to take an antenna and a small radio with you to the next mountain. By ‘stacking’ several directional antennas, the performance of Yagi antennas can be increased considerably, which is important for contests and more exotic applications such as EME. Of course, powerful directional antennas need a rotating system, i.e. an antenna rotor and a corresponding mast. WiMo will be happy to advise you here, as we also offer the necessary accessories such as low attenuation cables, rotors and distributors.




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  1. Antennas Amplifiers Yagi 2m, 8x2 - 14x2 El.; Cross/XPol, Coax
    Antennas Amplifiers Yagi 2m, 8x2 - 14x2 El.; Cross/XPol, Coax

    YU1CF Yagi for the 2m band, 8x2 - 14x2 elements Cross/XPol, two separate feed cables

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    As low as: €310.00
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €260.50
  2. X-Quad Antennas for 144 and 432 MHz
    X-Quad Antennas for 144 and 432 MHz

    X-Quad antennas for 144 and 432 MHz, compact and lightweight, versatile polarization options, ideal for satellite operation

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    As low as: €229.00
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €192.44
  3. InnovAntennas Dualband 10m/6m Yagi Antennas
    InnovAntennas Dualband 10m/6m Yagi Antennas

    Compact dual-band Yagis for 6m and 10m, only one antenna cable, max. 3000 Watt.

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    As low as: €439.00
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €368.91
  4. InnovAntennas OWL Ultra 144 MHz Yagis
    InnovAntennas OWL Ultra 144 MHz Yagis

    Precisely modelled VHF Yagi with OWL dipole - Open Wideband Loop, more bandwidth, better F/B ratio, very low noise.

    Available in 25 days

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    As low as: €199.00
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €167.23
  5. EAntenna Dualband Yagis for 2m and 70cm
    EAntenna Dualband Yagis for 2m and 70cm

    Compact dualband Yagis based on DK7ZB, only one feed line

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    As low as: €76.50
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €64.29
  6. I0JXX 144 MHz Yagi antennas
    I0JXX 144 MHz Yagi antennas

    2m directional antennas with 4 - 32 elements

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    As low as: €90.00
    incl. VAT, plus shipping €75.63
  7. I0JXX 50 MHz Yagi antennas
    I0JXX 50 MHz Yagi antennas

    6m directional antennas with 5, 6 or 7 elements, 1 kW

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    As low as: €240.00
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FAQ

What is an FM directional antenna?
An FM directional antenna is a specialised antenna used to direct the signal from FM radio stations in a specific direction for better reception quality. This type of antenna is often used by people who live or work in areas with poor FM reception.
How does a directional FM antenna work?
A directional FM antenna works by directing the FM signal from one transmitter in a particular direction while blocking the signal from other directions. This is achieved by using special elements within the antenna to focus the signal in the desired direction.
How do I install a directional FM antenna?
Installing a directional VHF antenna usually requires some basic knowledge of electronics and construction. It is best to follow the manufacturer's instructions and ensure that the antenna is properly connected to the FM receiver. It is also important to install the antenna in a location with a clear view of the transmitter and to ensure that it is protected from wind and weather.