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Old February 24th 12, 05:49 PM posted to rec.radio.amateur.equipment
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Default R-6000 for sale - R6000_master_2_99.pdf (0/1)

R6000 Multiband Vertical
The R6000 is a 6 through 20 meter, no ground radial antenna. It includes many of the features of the
R8, R7 and R5 antennas. R6000 means excellent performance, easy installation and use, slim
silhouette and high reliability. There are no traps used on 6, 10 and 15 meters for maximum
efficiency and power handling. The R6000 employs quarter wavelength stubs on 10 and 15 meters to
replace standard trap coils. The result is lower loss and wider bandwidth. The R6000 covers all
bands 6 through 15 meters at a VSWR under 2:1. On 20 meters you can select the top 300 KHz or bottom
300 KHz of the band. The R6000 weighs only 12-1/2 pounds (5.6 kg). It is lightweight and easy to
mount for portable or permanent installations. Machined aluminum clamps and UV stable insulators
guarantee years of reliable service. The R6000 comes with the standard Cushcraft warranty of one
year from purchase - plus the industry's leading technical support team stands behind each Cushcraft
antenna. The R6000 makes an excellent diversity antenna to complement even the most complete
stations, or pack up the R6000 for a trip to the DX location of your dreams.


Model
R6000
2:1 bandwidth, KHz 10m
1700

2:1 bandwidth, KHz 12m
100

2:1 bandwidth, KHz 15m
450

2:1 bandwidth, KHz 17m
100

2:1 bandwidth, KHz 20
300

2:1 bandwidth, KHz 6m
1300

Frequency, meters
6,10,12,15,17,20
Gain, dBi
3
Height, ft(m)
19(5.8)
Horizontal rad, deg
360
Mast size range, in.(cm)
1.5-1.75(3.8-4.4)
Power, Watts output
1500
Radiation angle, deg.
16
VSWR minimum
1.2:1 typical
Weight, lb(kg)
12.5(5.6)
Wind Surface Area ft(m) sq
1.5(.14)

up 1 year
Works good

$200.00 + Freight

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Old February 25th 12, 02:00 AM
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For $200 you can buy a used multiband beam antenna that does the same thing.
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Old February 26th 12, 08:02 PM posted to rec.radio.amateur.equipment
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Default R-6000 for sale - R6000_master_2_99.pdf (0/1)

On Sat, 25 Feb 2012 01:00:55 +0000, Channel Jumper wrote:


For $200 you can buy a used multiband beam antenna that does the same
thing.


Not everyone has the room for beams.

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Old February 26th 12, 08:45 PM posted to rec.radio.amateur.equipment
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"D@LS" / wrote in message
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On Sat, 25 Feb 2012 01:00:55 +0000, Channel Jumper
wrote:


For $200 you can buy a used multiband beam antenna that does the same
thing.


Not everyone has the room for beams.


Plus you need a tower and rotator for another pile of money.

Sometimes you have to put up what you can such as a ham I talked to the
other day that was on a lot that was about 40 feet by 100 feet.


 




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