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Vehicular HF Antenna Base

1.8-54 MHz

The CHA HYBRID Base is designed to enhance the capabilities of the common HF radio application by allowing faster tuning operation across the HF bands including MARS/CAP frequencies. This antenna base has an integral broadband impedance matching network (transformer 5:1) allowing broadband antenna tuning. An external antenna tuner is required to provide a low VSWR. The unit is water resistant.


The CHA HYBRID can be used mobile with the V1L & V2L or stationary with the provided 30' wire.

To increase the performance of the antenna between 1.8-4.0 MHz the CHA HYBRID can be used in two modes:

A - End Fed antenna installation with the provided 30’ wire (14 gauge) for NVIS and high performance communications.

B - The optional CHA MIL can replace the upper section of the CHA V1, CHA V1L, CHA V2L or can be used with the CHA MIL EXT. The CHA MIL will add 10’8” to the antenna system.

Specifications:
Frequency: 6M - 160M
Power: 500W SSB or 250W CW.
RF Connection: SO-239
VSWR: Subject to configuration
Height: 7.5"
Weight: 1.5 Lb.
Mounting Configuration: 3/8-24 Thread

The antenna system consists of:

1 X HYBRID Matching Unit Base
1 X 30’ wire (14 gauge) + Stainless Steel Hardware


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P/N: CHA HYBRID BASE

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$211.00
  1. CHAMELEON HYBRID Base


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Below is the VSWR reading of the HYBRID with the following configuration:
Coax Cable: 50' of H155
4 X Elevated Counterpoises of 25' Each
10' Aluminum pole
Mount: Jawmount
Antenna Analyzer: miniVNA
Operator: OE1KFA
Antenna: CHA MIL


COMBO CHA HYBRID BASE & CHA V1 OR V1L & TRIPOD 10'


COMBO CHA HYBRID & CHA V2L


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COMBO CHA HYBRID & CHA V2L


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COMBO CHA HYBRID & CHA V1L


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CHA HYBRID & 30' LONG WIRE


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COMBO CHA HYBRID & CHA V1L


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