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Gap Titan DX
Sunday, April 24 2004 @ 18:18
Titan DX

The Gap Titan DX answers your latest requests for an antenna that's easy to setup, needs no radials, covers 10 to 80 meters in addition to all the WARC bands and uses the same GAP technology found in our other products. In response to these requests GAP is proud to announce the newest addition to the family, the Titan.

The Titan is a center fed GAP vertical, that provides a host of benefits in a rugged, yet manageable form. The Titan offers broad, continuous frequency coverage in a no tune, easy to assemble format. Designed to work in a limited space or as the perfect compliment to an antenna farm. One of the primary virtues of the Titan is the GAP center feed. By elevating the feed the earth loss is dramatically decreased, which means the RF is going out to make the contact instead of into the ground to warm the earth. Reducing the earth loss eliminates the need for a radial system. The Titan requires NO RADIALS. Another key benefit the Titan provides is the ability to go virtually anywhere in the HF amateur spectrum, at anytime without having to make any adjustments. The Titan is the ONLY antenna marketed with total continuous coverage under 2:1 on 10, 12, 15, 17, 20, 30, 40 meters and 100 kHz on 80 meters. Titan's broad bandwidth and no tune feature make it an ideal antenna for getting those multipliers during contests or switching frequencies as band conditions change.

The Titan is a respectable 25 feet tall and weighs a solid 25 pounds. The Titan is configured to mount easily on a 1.25 inch O.D. mast. This mast can be a length of your choosing and since the feedpoint is elevated this mast can be as short as a foot. The first 8 feet of the antenna is comprised of double wall tubing and where the Titan mounts to the mast the antenna is triple wall! Which means guys are not a necessity.



Technical specifications :
 + Bands: 10, 12, 15, 17, 20, 30, 40 and 100 kHz on 80 Meters
 + Counterpoise: 4 rigid counterpoises 80 inches long each
 + Mount: All hardware supplied except the 1.25 inch O.D. steel mast
 + Ground Area Required: None
 + Connector: UHF (SO239)
 + Height: 25 feet
 + Weight: 25 pounds
 

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