ALPHA ANTENNA J-POLE JR 6-160M 34ft Antenna User Guide
Zikomo chifukwa chothandizira mzere wa Alpha Antenna. Tikukhulupirira kuti mudzasangalala kugwiritsa ntchito mankhwalawa, pamene tikupitiriza kulandira maumboni olembedwa kuchokera kwa Amateur Radio Operators (Hams) onena za momwe makina a Alpha Antenna amagwirira ntchito mosavuta, momwe amagwirira ntchito bwino, komanso momwe makina onse a mlongoti omwe amatumizidwa amapangidwira. ntchito za munthu aliyense zimakhala zabwino ndi zopirira.
Alpha Antenna ndi Gulu Lankhondo Lankhondo Lankhondo lomwe ndi losavuta kugwiritsa ntchito, lili ndi ma SWRs ovomerezeka, ndipo ndi lolimba kwambiri. Dongosolo la antenna limapangidwa ndi midadada yomangira yomwe imagwiritsidwa ntchito popanga mayankho osiyanasiyana otha kutumizidwa. Palibe zothandizira zomwe zimafunikira kuti atumize makinawa, komabe, mitundu ingapo ya njira zotumizira ilipo ngati zothandizira zachilengedwe zilipo. Ngati malo kapena zachinsinsi ndizofunika kwambiri, Alpha Antenna imatha kugwiritsidwa ntchito mobisa. Mlongoti uwu ndi wothandiza kwambiri moti umatha kuyikanso m'nyumba, kuchokera pakhonde kapena khonde.
Ndi kutumizidwa koyenera, makina a Alpha Antenna adapangidwa kuti azigwira ntchito mosalekeza kuchokera pa 6 mpaka 80 metres, ndikungogwiritsa ntchito chochunira cha bandi yanu (yakunja).
Additional Product Details
- Antenna Weight: 1.5 pounds
- Antenna Configuration: Horizontal, or Sloper
- Maximum Frequency Coverage: 3.5 MHz to 54 MHz
- Maximum Power Rating: 250 PEP SSB, 125 CW, or 25 watts for digital modes.
When installing or operating this antenna, please observe the following safety tips.
ZINDIKIRANI - Mkulu voltagma es amapezeka potumiza, ngakhale agwiritsidwa ntchito mochuluka bwanji kapena pang'ono mphamvu. Osakhudza mbali iliyonse ya mlongoti pamene mukutumiza.
Chenjezo: INSTALLATION OR OPERATION OF THIS PRODUCT NEAR POWER LINES IS DANGEROUS! FOR YOUR SAFETY, FOLLOW THE ENCLOSED INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS. THOUGH THIS ANTENNA IS CONSTRUCTED OF INSULATED WIRE, PROPER CARE MUST BE TAKEN DURING INSTALLATION. INSTALLER ASSUMES ALL LIABILITY FOR PROPERTY AND LIFE SAFETY.
YOU, YOUR ANTENNA, AND SAFETY
Each year, hundreds of people are killed, mutilated, or receive severe and permanent injuries when attempting to install an antenna. In many of these cases, the victim was aware of the danger of electrocution, but did not take adequate steps to avoid the hazard. For your safety, and to help you achieve a good installation, please READ and FOLLOW the safety precautions.
- If you are installing an antenna for the first time, please, for your own safety as well as others, seek PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANCE.
- Select your installation site with safety, as well as performance, in mind. REMEMBER: ELECTRIC POWER LINES AND PHONE LINES LOOK ALIKE. FOR YOUR SAFETY, ASSUME THAT ANY OVERHEAD LINES CAN KILL YOU.
- Call your electric power company. Tell them your plans and ask them to come take a look at your proposed installation. This is a small inconvenience, considering YOUR LIFE IS AT STAKE.
- Plan your installation procedure carefully and completely before you begin. Successful raising of a mast or tower is largely a matter of coordination. Each person should be assigned a specific task, and should know what to do and when to do it. One person should be designated as the leader/coordinator of the operation to call out instructions and watch for signs of trouble.
- When installing your antenna, REMEMBER: DO NOT USE A METAL LADDER. DO NOT WORK ON A WET OR WINDY DAY. DO DRESS PROPERLY: shoes with rubber soles and heels, rubber gloves, long sleeved shirt or jacket.
- If the assembly starts to drop, get away from it and let it fall. Remember, the antenna, mast, cable are all excellent conductors of electrical current. Even the slightest touch of any of these parts to a power line completes an electrical path through the antenna and the installer.
- If ANY PART of the antenna system should come in contact with a power line, DON’T TOUCH IT OR TRY TO REMOVE IT YOURSELF. CALL YOUR LOCAL POWER COMPANY. They will remove it safely. If an accident should occur with the power lines, call for qualified emergency help.
Mndandanda wa Zigawo za Antenna
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For maximum effectiveness, keep your feed point as high as possible and run the antenna as a sloper for good NVIS and DX results, or a flat top for good NVIS results. An optimum installation would be where the antenna is deployed as a sloper with the high (feed point) end at 30 feet or higher and the low end at 10 feet or higher.
Sitikulimbikitsani kuyika mlongoti uwu ngati Vertical chifukwa chokhazikika chomwe chimakhala ndi phokoso lalikulu (RFI) komanso ma radiation osayembekezereka chifukwa cha kuyandikira kwa coax, zomwe zimalolanso kuti mayankho amtundu wamba achuluke.
For the initial installation, we do not recommend a Balun or air choke coil be used at the antenna. We recommend that you ground your tuner and rig. Your equipment has a ground bolt on the back of it, and manufacturers (and we at Alpha) do recommend a RF ground be connected on it to balance the circuit. We only recommend that a RF Choke be used if you find one is needed, as would be the case if you hear feedback through speakers, etc. when you transmit. However, a Grounded Counterpoise would be the first option for any common mode current that might exist. If you find that common mode exists after you install the antenna, a Grounded Counterpoise wire can then be attached to the barrel connector at the antenna‘s feed point, which can be secured with a stainless steel hose clamp.
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Kuyika kwa antenna
KONZANI NTCHITO ANU
There are 2 basic methods to installing the antenna. One enhances NVIS (Near Vertical Incident Sky wave) and the other DX (Long Distance) communications. For NVIS deployments, install the antenna closer to the ground, at a minimum height of 6+ Feet on either end. For DX (Long Distance) deployments, install the antenna higher, sloped at a height of 1/2 wavelength or higher for maximum results. The most effective method for deployment is to position the antenna so that it is horizontally and sloped, where the Antenna Element is placed at a height of 6+ Feet and is deployed free from other obstructions per Image B. Please refer to Image B when installing the antenna, where the Balun should be supported with a Rope, which can be run through both the Balun’s eye-bolt and Insulator 1 as represented in Image C. The other end of the Antenna Element should be supported at a height of 6+ Feet using a Rope run through Insulator 2. Next, the Red terminal on the wire element attaches to the shorter Lug marked with Red on the Balun, and the Black to the Black. Then attach your Coax to the Balun and note that the weight of the Coax can be supported (tied off and up) with the loose end of the Rope to your mast as is depicted in Image C. We suggest using a ‘halyard bend’ type knot (Ref. Image A) to tie the coax off to your mast. Once the antenna is deployed, connect your equipment between the Coax and the Ground Stake.
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