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2 el. 6m Moxon

6 meter 2 element beam Moxon (50 MHz) DXBeam  (DXM6-2mx)

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6 meter 2 element beam Moxon (50 MHz).
Elements made with 14 and 12mm tube.
Forward gain almost identical to that of a two-element Yagi but with better F/B ratio.
If you have antenna restrictions, why not try a Moxon? Its performance will amaze you.



• Forward gain in free space (dBi): 6

• F/B ratio (dB): 32

• Frequency coverage (MHz): 50.000 - 50.350

• Bandwidth @ 1.5 VSWR (kHz): 350

• Feed impedance (ohms): 50

• Power handling (kW): 2.5

• Longest element (m)/(ft): 2.17/7.1 

• Boom length (m)/(ft): 0.85/2.8

• Turning radius (m)/(ft): 1.17/3.8

• Weight (kg)/(lb): 1.9/4.2

• Wind survival (km/h)/(mph): 130/80.8

• Standard Mast size (mm)/(inch): 50/2 (55/2.25 or 60/2.50 optional at no extra cost)


Greases supplied

2 kinds of grease are supplied with your antenna:

Aluminum contact grease: Professional grease containing 30% aluminum particles, recommended for the assembly of aluminum antenna tubes. Prevents binding, corrosion and the formation of aluminum oxide, and allows easy dismantling of antennas after several years.

Copper conductive grease: Professional conductive grease with a copper base, recommended for all hardware requiring a sound and lasting electrical contact. Prevents oxydisation, damp ingress, and limits chemical reaction between stainless steel and aluminum.

Balun or no Balun ?

• On our 50 MHz antennas, using a 1:1 balun is not necessary.

• To block stray current, a choke balun is more than enough, and can be made easily by rolling 4 turns of 50 Ohms coaxial cable in close coils on an insulated support of approximately 8cm diameter. Explanations are provided with mounting instructions of the antenna.