[amsat-bb] Re: 2m 70cm antenna like WHS32N

i8cvs domenico.i8cvs at tin.it
Sat Oct 13 07:45:45 PDT 2012

Hi Andy, Jan and all

The KLM and CUSHCRAFT antennas for switchable polarization
RHCP and LHCP complete with the polarization switchers are
sold in Italy by


The Kit-SAT 1 from KLM costs Euro 599,00 and includes
the following antennas with the original polarization switchers

KLM 2M-22C 2 meters  11 +11 elements crossed yagi
KLM 435-40CX 70 20+20 elements cm crossed yagi

The Kit-SAT CUS from CUSHCRAFT costs Euro 599,00
and includes the following antennas with the original polarization

22XB  2 meters 11+11 elements crossed yagi
738XB 70 cm 19+19 elements crossed yagi

I use both the antennas from KLM and I am very satisfied with it
In addition I have modified the KLM-40CX to get four
polarizations V-H-RHCP-LHCP and I have described the
above modification into the following issues of AMSAT-Journal.

Part-1 AMSAT Journal March/April 2007
Part-2 AMSAT Journal May/June 2007

I hope this helps

73" de

i8CVS Domenico

----- Original Message -----
From: "PE0SAT | Amateur Radio" <pe0sat at vgnet.nl>
To: "Andy Brian" <briaandy at gmail.com>; <amsat-bb at amsat.org>
Sent: Saturday, October 13, 2012 12:21 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: 2m 70cm antenna like WHS32N

> Hi Andy,
> As fa as I know only M2 sells antennas that are similar to the Maspro
> WHS32N. For example the 2MCP14 for 2 meter and the 436CP30 for 70cm.
> You also have to buy an extra device for RHCP and LHCP switching.
> PS-2M for 2 meter and a PS-70CM for 70 cm.
> M2: www.m2inc.com
> 73 Jan PE0SAT
> On 12-10-2012 21:25, Andy Brian wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> >
> > I'm looking for similar satellite antennas for 2m and 70cm like
> > WHS32N, where you can switch between LHCP and RHCP.
> > Please for any advice where to buy similar new antennas?
> >
> > thanks for answer
> >
> > Regards Andy
> --
> With regards PE0SAT
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