|Customer Reviews for the TH-3JRS.|
|From: sayyed mohsen hosseini ep3smh|
|I installed this antenna 3 years ago. Easy installation with swr 1.16. |
My antenna is up about 5 meter to roof and about 20 meters to ground. I am using a rotator masten channel for this antenna with good performance. An antenna tuner with this antenna gives me good matches on 18 and 24 MHz.
|From: Charles W5CCL|
|Arrived from Hygain when they said it would. Went together very easy. Used it for field day, in the rain, and made tons of contacts. Gonna put it up on the tower in central Minnesota now. Great antenna!|
|From: Geoff Sims G4GNQ|
|I obtained this particular model some years ago and although it needed to be repaired it has worked very well following replacement of the traps. The service from Hygain is excellent. Personally I would not recommend using the AR40 antenna rotator as it can be rotated by moderately high winds. I use the CD45II but even this model can be rotated in very high winds. Maintainance should be done on an annual basis to keep the performance up to scratch. Finally I advise using a balun to retain the polar diagram. |
|From: Bob Paull KK6UE|
|I have used this for field day at the Ronald Reagan Library for the last 15 years and it has worked GREAT. It is not only light weight but easy to assemble.|
I would recommend this for any field use. Not sure how well it would work in snow and Ice but in southern California it is the ticket.
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