The Big Antenna List

 

VHF / UHF antennas

VHF / UHF — handheld

ABBREE AR-152A 2 m / 70 cm half-wave tactical “blade” foldable ($12) SMA-F / 19 in / 20 W / 0.0 dBd

For the SMA-M version see Amazon

ABBREE AR-152A 2 m / 70 cm half-wave tactical “blade” foldable ($20) SMA-F / 43 in / 20 W / 5.0 dBi

For the SMA-M version see Amazon

Comet SMA-503 2 m / 70 cm mini-whip ($30, see reviews and Amazon and DXE) SMA-M / 9 in / 10 W / 0.0 dBi
• Diamond RH 771 2 m / 70 cm 1/4-wave vertical whip ($8, see reviews) 10 W / 0.0 dBd gain

Currently installed on some of my Baofeng radios

Diamond SRH 519 2 m / 70 cm 1/4-wave vertical whip ($27, see reviews and Amazon and DXE) SMA-M / 7.75 in / 10 W / 3.0 dBi
Diamond SRH77CA 2 m / 70 cm 1/4-wave vertical whip ($23, see reviews and Amazon and DXE) SMA-M / 15 in / 10 W / 6.0 dBi
Diamond SRJ77CA 2 m / 70 cm 1/4-wave vertical whip ($25, see reviews and Amazon and DXE) SMA-F / 15 in / 10 W / 6.0 dBi
ExpertPower XP-669C 2 m / 70 cm 1/4-wave vertical whip ($13, see video review) SMA-F / 8 in / 10 W
• HYS Tactical 2 m / 70 cm half-wave tactical “blade” foldable ($24, see reviews and Miklor and QST) SMA-F / 31 in / 20 W / 3.2 dBi

For the SMA-M version see Amazon

MFJ MFJ-1714 Long Ranger 2 m telescopic whip ($17 and $17, see reviews) BNC / 5 W / 0.85 dBd

For the SMA version see MFJ-1714S

This has worked well on my Yaesu FT-60R

Currently installed in our go-kits, and works very well, but no longer comes in SMA (only in BNC)

Currently installed on some of my Baofeng radios

Formerly used with our BTech UV-5X3 radios, but were too long for our go-bags

Previously installed in our go-kits and several HTs, but has low-quality construction, is a bit top-heavy, and breaks way too easily

Also available in SMA-M and BNC
Currently installed on several of my Baofeng HTs
Very difficult-to-beat antenna for performance, flexibility, and weight for the price

Currently installed on my Yaesu FT-60R, Baofeng GT-3TP, and Realistic HTX-202

Currently installed on my Icom IC-V85, along with a 2-meter (19 ½”) counterpoise

Currently installed on our BTech UV-5X3 HTs in our go-bags

TAC-SMA 2 m / 70 cm half-wave tactical “blade” foldable ($40) SMA-M / 31 in / 10 W / 5.2 dBi

VHF / UHF — mobile

Comet CA-2X4SR(NMO) 2 m / 70 cm 7/8-wave vertical fold-over ($65 PL-259 / $65 NMO, see reviews and DXE) PL-259 (NMO) / 40 in / 150 W / 3.8-6.2 dBi
Comet CSB-790A 2 m / 70 cm 7/8-wave vertical fold-over ($100, see reviews and DXE) PL-259 / 62 in / 150 W / 5.1-7.7 dBi
Comet SBB-15NMO 6 m / 2 m / 70 cm 6/8-wave vertical fold-over ($85, see reviews and DXE) PL-259 / 61 in / 120 W / 4.5-7.2 dBi
• Comet SBB-25NMO 2 m 5/8-wave fold-over vertical NMO ($49, see Amazon or reviews) 200 W / 4.1 dBi gain

Currently mounted on our Nissan Xterra
Comet SBB-25 is the PL-259 version ($49, see Amazon)

Comet SBB-5(NMO) 2 m / 70 cm half-wave vertical fold-over ($59, see reviews) PL-259 (NMO) / 38 in / 120 W / 3.0 dBi
Comet SBB-7(NMO) 2 m / 70 cm 5/8-wave vertical fold-over ($80, see reviews) PL-259 (NMO) / 55 in / 70 W / 4.5 dBi
Comet SS-680SB(NMO) 2 m / 70 cm half-wave vertical spring-base ($47, see reviews) PL-259 (NMO) / 80 W / 2.15 dBi
Comet UHV-4 quad-band (10 m / 6 m / 2 m / 70 cm) half-wave vertical fold-over ($120, see reviews) PL-259 / 54 in / 100 W / 0.0 dBd
Diamond AZ507RSP 2 m / 70 cm half-wave vertical spring-base ($47, see DXE) PL-259 / 28 in / 50 W / 2.15-4.9 dBi
Diamond CR320A 2 m / 1.25 m / 70 cm 1/4-wave vertical fold-over ($80, see reviews and DXE) PL-259 / 37 in / 200 W / 2.15-5.5 dBi
Diamond CR8900A quad-band (10 m / 6 m / 2 m / 70 cm) half-wave vertical fold-over ($100, see reviews and DXE) PL-259 / 50 in / 60 W / 2.15-5.5 dBi
• Diamond NR770HNMO 2 m / 70 cm half-wave vertical fold-over NMO ($54, see reviews) 200 W / 3.0 dBi

Currently installed on my Nissan Versa Note

Diamond HV7A quad-band (10 m / 6 m / 2 m / 70 cm) half-wave vertical fold-over ($110, see reviews and DXE) SO-239 / 50 in / 200 W / 2.15-5.5 dBi
Diamond SG7500NMO 2 m / 70 cm half-wave vertical fold-over ($73, see reviews and DXE) NMO / 41 in / 150 W / 3.5-6.0 dBi
Diamond SG7900ANMO 2 m / 70 cm 7/8-wave vertical fold-over ($115, see reviews and DXE) NMO (also PL-259) / 62 in / 150 W / 5.0-7.6 dBi
Hustler LMC-270 2 m / 70 cm half-wave vertical ($37, see reviews and Amazon) NMO / 38 in / 100 W / 2.4-4.0 dBi
• Hustler SF-2 2 m 5/8-wave vertical mobile ($18, see reviews and manual) 100 W / 3.4 dBi

Currently being used as a component in my (semi) portable kit, along with a homebrew counterpoise, when I really need to transmit omnidirectionally as far as possible by simplex
Previously installed on my house and my car for several years each

Larsen (PulseLarsen) KG2/70CXPL 2 m / 70 cm glass-mount ($130, see reviews and DXE) PL-259 / 33 in / 100 W / 2.15 dBi
Larsen NMO 2/70B 2 m / 70 cm half-wave vertical (85 cm) NMO ($70, see reviews) 200 W / 1.6 dBd
MFJ MFJ-1412B 2 m / 70 cm half-wave whip ($30, see reviews) 200 W / 0.85 dBd
Nagoya NL-770R 2 m / 70 cm half-wave vertical ($13, , see reviews) PL-259 / 38 in / 150 W / 3.0-5.5 dBi
• Nagoya TB-320A 2 m / 1.25 m / 70 cm half-wave vertical fold-over PL-259 (39 in) whip ($58, see reviews and Miklor) 200 W / 5.5 dBi
• Nagoya UT-108 2 m / 70 cm 1/4-wave vertical mag-mount ($23, see reviews) SMA-F / 20 in / 20 W

Used successfully on my vehicle for several months, but has a weak magnet

Nagoya UT-72 2 m / 70 cm 1/4-wave vertical mag-mount ($28, see reviews) PL-259 / 20 in / 80 W / 3.5 dBi
• Tram / Browning BR-180-B 2 m / 70 cm half-wave NMO whip ($40, see reviews) 200 W / 2.4 dBd gain
Tram 1150 2 m 5/8-wave vertical ($20, see reviews) NMO / 49 in / 200 W / 3.0 dBi
• Tram 1180 2 m / 70 cm half-wave vertical NMO antenna ($30, see reviews)

The $34 Tram 10280 package is the Tram 1180, plus an angled mounting clip, NMO mount, and 17 ft of RG-58 terminated in a PL-259 connector

VHF / UHF — portable

Ailunce AY01 70 cm 3-element Yagi ($50, see reviews and more) SO-239 / 19 in / 50 W / 7.0 dBi
Elk Antennas Elk 2M/440L5 2 m / 70 cm 5-element log periodic ($120, see specs and reviews) SO-239 / 25 in / 200 W / 8.7-9.1 dBi
• hy-gain VB-25FM 2 m 5-element Yagi ($60, see reviews and manual) 250 W / 11.3 dBi

Install your own connector type
Used very successfully on SP50 and KM100

MFJ MFJ-1730 2 m half-wave pocket roll-up J-pole ($40, see Amazon and manual and DXE) BNC / 52 in / 25 W
MFJ MFJ-1972 VHF telescopic whip ($20, see manual and DXE) 3/8-24 / 58 in / 1500 W / 0.0 dBd
• N9TAX Slim Jim 2 m / 70 cm roll-up end-fed folded dipole ($23, see reviews) SO-239 / 54 in / 100 W

Used very successfully on TERT at Stewart Falls with my BTech UV-2501+220 and TYT TH-8600

VHF / UHF — base (external / outdoor)

Currently installed on my roof
Once known as the Blackbird by MTC and Miklor

Currently installed on my roof
Have installed these on many houses
How to install the Pockrus J-pole (shopping list, tools, instructions by Noji)

Comet GP-1 2 m / 70 cm vertical ($75, see Amazon or reviews and DXE) SO-239 / 50 in / 200 W / 3.0 dBi
Comet GP-3 2 m / 70 cm vertical ($85, see Amazon or reviews and DXE) SO-239 / 71 in / 200 W / 4.5 dBi
Comet GP-6 2 m / 70 cm 2 x 5/8-wave collinear vertical ($150, see Amazon or reviews and DXE) SO-239 / 10 ft 2 in / 200 W / 6.5 dBi
Comet GP-9 2 m / 70 cm 3 x 5/8-wave collinear vertical ($215, see Amazon or reviews and DXE) SO-239 / 18 ft 5 in / 200 W / 8.5-11.9 dBi / 92 mph
Comet GP-15 6-2 m / 70 cm 2 x 5/8-wave collinear vertical ($170, see reviews and DXE) SO-239 / 7 ft 11 in / 150 W / 3.0-6.2-8.6 dBi
Cushcraft ARX-2B Ringo Ranger II 2 m 3 x 5/8-wave base vertical ($100, see reviews and manual) 4.3 m / 1000 W / 7.0 dBi
Cushcraft A270-6S 2 m / 70 cm 3-element + 3-element Yagi ($150, see reviews and manual) 2.8 ft / 350 W / 7.8-7.8 dBd
Diamond CP22E 2 m 2 x 5/8-wave collinear vertical ($55, see reviews and manual) 2.7 m / 200 W / 6.5 dBi (pattern) / 70 mph
Diamond CP610 10 m / 6 m 3-element collinear vertical (230, see reviews and manual and DXE) SO-239 / 23 ft / 500 W / 3.4-5.5 dBi / 80 mph
Diamond D130J 2 m / 1.25 m / 70 cm / 33 cm / 23 cm 1/4-wave discone ($95, see reviews and DXE) SO-239 / 67 in / 200 W / 2 dBi
Diamond F22A 2 m 2 x 7/8-wave collinear vertical ($95, see reviews and manual) 3.2 m / 200 W / 6.7 dBi (pattern) / 112 mph
• Diamond F23H 2 m 3 x 5/8-wave collinear vertical ($140, see reviews and manual) 4.5 m / 350 W / 7.8 dBi (pattern) / 90 mph

Was installed on my roof for years – absolutely wonderful antenna

Diamond V2000A 6 m / 2 m / 70 cm half-wave base vertical ($160, see reviews and DXE) SO-239 / 100 in / 150 W / 2.15-6.2-8.4 dBi / 112 mph
Diamond X200A 2 m / 70 cm half-wave vertical ($160, see reviews and DXE) SO-239 / 100 in / 200 W / 6.0-8.0 dBi / 112 mph
Diamond X300A 2 m / 70 cm 2 X 5/8-wave collinear vertical ($130, see reviews and DXE) SO-239 / 10 ft / 200 W / 6.5-9.0 dBi / 112 mph
• Diamond X50A 2 m / 70 cm 3 X 1/4-wave collilnear vertical ($85, see reviews and manual) 5.6 ft / 200 W / 5.0 dBd gain (pattern)
• Diamond X510HDM 2 m / 70 cm 3 x 5/8-wave collinear vertical ($180, see reviews and manual and DXE) SO-239 / 17 ft 1 in / 330 W / 8.3-11.7 dBi / 90 mph (pattern)

Currently installed on my roof
X510HDN has the N-connector

Diamond X700HNA 2 m / 70 cm 4 X 5/8-wave collinear vertical ($390, see reviews and DXE) N / 24 ft / 200 W / 9.3-13.0 dBi / 90 mph
• Ed Fong DBJ-1 2 m / 70 cm J-pole ($37, see reviews and Miklor and KM4LGM and QST) SO-239 / 60 in / 75 W / 2.1 dBi
Firestik 2MCKB 2 m 5/8-wave ground plane ($37, see reviews) SO-239 / 45 in / 400 W / 6.0 dBi
Tram 1477 2 m / 70 cm half-wave vertical ($60) SO-239 / 43 in / 150 W / 3.5-6.0 dBd
Tram 1480 2 m / 70 cm 2-element collinear 5/8-wave vertical ($80, see reviews) SO-239 / 100 in / 200 W / 6.0-8.0 dBd / 110 mph
Tram 1481 2 m / 70 cm 3-element collinear 5/8-wave vertical ($110, see reviews) SO-239 / 17 ft / 200 W / 8.3-11.7 dBd / 90 mph

VHF / UHF — other

Arrow II 146/437-10 2 m / 70 cm portable satellite ($109, see reviews) 150 W / 0.0 dBd

How to use the Arrow II and an HT to communicate with satellites (excellent video)

Norwalk Electronics Dominator 6 meters 6 m 5/8-wave ground plane ($220, see reviews) 13 ft / 1500 W / 2.0 dBd

HF antennas

HF — vertical

Butternut HF9V 9-band (80 m to 6 m) ($500, see reviews) 500 W SSB to 2000 W CW / 0.0 dBd
Comet CHA-250B HF / 6 m 1/4-wave radial-less ($380, see reviews and manual) SO-239 / 24 ft / 250 W / 0.85 dBd / 67 MPH
Cushcraft R-8 HF 8-band (40 m to 6 m) ($520, see reviews and manual) SO-239 / 28 ft 6 in / 1500 W / 3.0 dBi
Cushcraft R-9 HF 9-band (80 m to 6 m) radial-less ($630, see reviews and manual) 1500 W
Diamond CP-6AR HF / 6-band (80-40-20-15-10-6) ($420, see reviews and instructions) 200 W / 0.0 dBd
GAP Challenger DX 8-band (80 m to 2 m) ($420, see reviews and manual) 32 ft / 1500 W / 0.0 dBd gain
GAP Titan DX 8-band (80 m to 10 m) radial-less ($490, see reviews and manual) 25 ft / 1500 W / 0.0 dBd gain
hy-gain AV-14AVQ 4-band (40-20-15-10) ($190, see reviews and manual) 1500 W / 0.0 dBd gain
hy-gain AV-18AVQII 5-band (80-40-20-15-10) ($255, see reviews and manual) 18 ft / 1500 W / 0.0 dBd gain
hy-gain AV-680 Patriot 80 m to 6 m 1/4-wave radial-less ($530, see reviews and manual and DXE) SO-239 / 26 ft / 1500 W / 0.0 dBd gain
hy-gain DX-88 80 m to 10 m ($360, see reviews and manual and DXE) SO-239 / 25 ft / 1500 W / 0.0 dBd / 75 mph
• Hustler 5-BTV 5-band (80-40-20-15-10) ($230, see reviews and its radials and manual and DXE) terminals / 25 ft / 1000 W / 0.0 dBd / 70 mph

(0.0 dBd gain without radials; alleged 20 dBd gain with symmetric radials)
Currently installed on my roof, including radials for all five bands

Hustler 6-BTV 6-band (80-40-30-20-15-10) ($250, see reviews and Amazon and tuning tips and DXE) terminals / 24 ft / 1500 W / 0.0 dBd / 45 mph
MFJ MFJ-1796 6-band (40 m to 2 m) half-wave radial-less ($300, see manual and reviews and DXE) SO-239 / 12.0 ft / 1500 W
MFJ MFJ-1799 10-band (80 m to 2 m) half-wave radial-less ($410, see manual and DXE) SO-239 / 20.0 ft / 1500 W
• MFJ MFJ-1974 10 m 1/4-wave telescopic stud mount ($40, see manual and DXE) 3/8-24 / 8.2 ft
• MFJ MFJ-1976 12 m to 6 m 1/4-wave telescopic stud mount ($45, see DXE) 3/8-24 / 10.0 ft
• MFJ MFJ-1979 20 m to 6 m 1/4-wave telescopic stud mount ($60, see reviews and manual and DXE) 3/8-24 / 16.9 ft
MFJ MFJ-2389 8-band (80 m to 70 cm) 1/4-wave ($290, see manual and DXE) SO-239 / 8.5 ft / 200 W / 0.0 dBd gain
Solarcon IMAX-2000 CB / 10 m 5/8-wave ($140, see reviews and Amazon) SO-239 / 24 ft / 5000 W / 5.1 dBi

Solarcon IMAX-GPK ground plane kit for IMAX-2000 ($80, see Amazon)

ZeroFive-Antennas 43-foot 10-160 Multiband 80-40-20-15-10 m 1/4-wave fold-over ($390, see reviews and manual) SO-239 / 43 ft / 5000 W / 0.0 dBd gain

HF — mobile and portable

Buddipole Deluxe HF (40 to 10) / 6-2 m rigid dipole ($400, see reviews and manual) 250 W / 0.0 dBd
Buddistick 40-30-20-15-10 m rigid dipole ($139, see reviews and manual) 250 W / 0.0 dBd
Chameleon CHA MPAS portable end-fed ($315, see reviews and manual and Amazon) SO-239 / 100 W / 0.0 dBd
Chameleon V2L mobile (see reviews and manual and DXE) 3/8-24 / 100 W / 0.0 dBd

Requires the base transformer, mobile mount, and tuner

Comet CHV-5X 5-band (40-20-15-10-6) portable rotatable dipole ($320, see reviews and manual) 150 W / 0.85 dBd
Comet H-422 5-band (40-20-15-10) rotatable dipole ($340, see reviews and DXE) SO-239 / 1000 W / 0.0 dBd
Hamstick (QuickStick) HF / 6 m mobile whip ($25, see reviews) 200 W / 0.85 dBd gain
• MFJ MFJ-1610T 10 m whip ($21, see reviews and manual and DXE) 3/8-24 / 250 W / 0.85 dBd
MFJ MFJ-1699T HF / VHF telescopic vertical stud mount ($80, see reviews and manual and DXE) 3/8-24 / 200 W / 50 in

The MFJ MFJ-1699S has the PL-259 mount instead

Somewhat difficult to get to work well (needs more radials and 15 feet of height)
Made many contacts on 20 and 40 meters while on a family outing near Topaz Mountain, Utah

Tarheel Little Tarheel II / LT-II 80 m to 6 m 1/4-wave mobile screwdriver whip ($400, see reviews) 200 W / 1.0 dBd gain
Texas BugCatcher 80 m to 10 m 1/4-wave mobile screwdriver whip (see reviews) 100 W / -2.0 dBd gain
• Yaesu ATAS-100 40 m to 70 cm 1/4-wave mobile screwdriver whip (see specs and reviews) PL-259 / 63 in / 120 W
Yaesu ATAS-120A 40 m to 70 cm 1/4-wave mobile screwdriver whip ($340, see specs and reviews and manual and DXE) PL-259 / 63 in / 120 W

Works with Yaesu FT-100, FT-450D, FT-847, FT-897D, FT-991A

HF — dipole (conventional, fan, G5RV, OCF, folded, etc.)

Alpha Delta DX-EE 4-band (40-20-15-10) parallel dipole ($150, see reviews and manual and DXE and QST) SO-239 / 40 ft / 1000 W / 0.0 dBd
Alpha Delta DX-LB Plus 4-band (80-40-20-10) parallel dipole ($200, see reviews and manual and DXE) SO-239 / 100 ft / 1000 W / 0.0 dBd
Buckmaster DX-OCF-7 7-band (80-40-20-17-12-10-6) rotatable dipole ($242, see reviews and manual and DXE) SO-239 / 135 ft / 300 W / 0.0 dBd
Buckmaster DX-OCF-HP 7-band (80-40-20-17-12-10-6) OCF dipole ($350, see reviews and manual and DXE) SO-239 / 135 ft / 3000 W / 0.0 dBd
Cobra UltraLite Sr 160 m to 10 m parallel extended double Zepp ($126, see reviews and manual) open wire / 140 ft / 1000 W / 0.0 dBd
Frequency Devices 20HWDB 20 m dipole ($51, see reviews) SO-239 / 36 ft / 1500 W / 0.0 dBd
Icom AH-710 folded dipole ($290, see reviews and Amazon and manual and DXE) SO-239 / 81 ft / 150 W / 0.0 dBd
G5RV 4-band (80-40-20-10) double-Zepp dipole plus ($75, see reviews) SO-239 / 102 ft / 2000 W / 0.0 dBd
Maxcon OCF-3K160 7-band (160-80-40-20-17-12-10) OCF dipole ($110, see reviews) SO-239 / 266 ft / 1000 W / 6.0 dBd
Maxcon OCF-3K80 6-band (80-40-20-17-12-10) OCF dipole ($80, see reviews) SO-239 / 133 ft / 1000 W / 6.0 dBd
Maxcon OCF-5K80 6-band (80-40-20-17-12-10) OCF dipole ($140, see reviews) SO-239 / 133 ft / 5000 W / 6.0 dBd
MFJ MFJ-1775 5-band (40-20-15-10-6-2) rotatable dipole ($340, see reviews and manual and DXE) SO-239 / 14 ft / 1500 W / 0.0 dBd
MFJ MFJ-17754 dual-band (40-20) dipole ($70, see reviews and manual and DXE) SO-239 / 42 ft / 1500 W / 0.0 dBd
MFJ MFJ-17758 dual-band (80-40) dipole ($100, see reviews and manual and DXE) SO-239 / 86 ft / 1500 W / 0.0 dBd
MFJ MFJ-1777 all-band (1.8 to 54 MHz) doublet dipole ($70, see reviews and manual and DXE) 1500 W / 0.0 dBd

Requires a balanced-line tuner

MFJ MFJ-1785 3-band (80-40-20) rotatable dipole ($370, see reviews and manual and DXE) SO-239 / 33 ft / 1500 W / 0.0 dBi
MFJ MFJ-2299 5-band (80-40-20-10-6) telescopic dipole ($128, see DXE) SO-239 / 34 ft / 200 W / 0.0 dBd
• W8AMZ Carolina Windom 5-band (80-40-20-10-6) OCF dipole ($87, see reviews) SO-239 / 132 ft / 1500 W, 0.0 dBd

Used during several Field Days, but needs 35 feet of height; 80-meter operations require a tuner

ZS6BKW 5-band (40-20-17-12-10) double-Zepp dipole plus ($147, see reviews) SO-239 / 92 ft / 200 W / 0.0 dBd

Requires 70 feet of coax for its matching section, to work properly

HF — beam

Cushcraft A-4S HF 3-band (20-15-10) beam ($720, see reviews and DXE) 2000 W / 8.9 dBi
Cushcraft MA-5B 5-band (20-17-15-12-10) beam ($500, see reviews and DXE) 1200 W / 5.3 dBi
Mosley TA-32-JR 3-band (20-15-10) 2-element beam ($390, see reviews) 1200 W / 3.1 to 5.5 dBd
Mosley TA-33-JR 3-band (20-15-10) 3-element beam ($510, see reviews) 1200 W / 5.8 to 8.0 dBd

HF — other (loop, end-fed, long-wire, specialized, etc.)

AlexLoop 7-band (40-30-20-17-15-12-10) QRP magnetic loop ($400, see reviews) 10 W SSB to 20 W CW / 0.0 dBd
• Godar FM DXR-1000 HF / 6 m / 2 m apartment receive-only telescopic whip (see reviews) 69 in
• MFJ MFJ-1622 HF / 6 m / 2 m apartment whip ($100, see reviews) 200 W / 0.85 dBd
MFJ MFJ-1835 Cobweb 5-band (20-17-15-12-10) half-wave omnidirectional space-restricted ($200, see reviews and manual and DXE) SO-239 / 300 W / 0.85 dBd
• MFJ MFJ-1982HP 80 m to 10 m end-fed half-wave ($100, see reviews [MP] and manual) SO-239 / 132 ft / 800 W / 0.0 dBi

Used this antenna very successfully without a ground during the 76ers Barbecue and Field Day

MFJ MFJ-1982MP HF (80 m to 10 m) end-fed half-wave ($80, see reviews and manual) SO-239 / 132 ft / 300 W / 0.0 dBi
MFJ MFJ-1984MP HF (40 m to 10 m) end-fed half-wave ($70, see reviews and manual and video) SO-239 / 66 ft / 300 W / 0.0 dBi
MyAntennas EFHW-8010 end-fed half-wave ($152, see reviews and QST p. 52-53) 130 ft / 1000 W / 0.85 dBd
MyAntennas EFLW-1K 160 m to 10 m end-fed long-wire ($100, see reviews) 117 ft / 1000 W / 0.85 dBd

Tuner required
ELFW-1.5K is the 1.5 kW version

Ni4L PEF406 HF / 6 m “portable” end-fed 1/4-wave “dipole” ($65, see reviews) 30 ft / 100 W / 0.85 dBd
PackTenna Mini end-fed half-wave ($90, see reviews and manual and QST) 40 ft / 75 W / 0.0 dBd
Ultimax Ultimax-100 80 m to 6 m 1/4-wave end-fed ($85, see reviews) SO-239 / 66 ft / 1500 W / -2.0 dBd

 Wolf River Coil SB1000 HF (80 m to 10 m) 1/4-wave ($70, see reviews) 3/8-24 / 200 W

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