Shark Antennas Hamsticks are mono band HF antennas that consist of a fiberglass mast with integrated coil and 48 inch stainless steel whip. In this video I review the 10, 15, 20, 40, and 75 meter Shark Hamsticks and give a solution on how to fix the poor SWR of the 40 meter Shark Hamstick.
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Today we’re going to talk about the Shark Distributing HF stick antennas. If you follow the Parks on the Air activities, you’ll find that the Shark sticks are a popular choice with activators for their performance and convenience. So we’re going to take a look at these antennas so you can decide if you want to add them to your antenna arsenal. In full disclosure, I purchased a set of Shark Sticks with my own funds and the content of this review has not been influenced by the manufacturer. According to the manufacturer, The Shark Single Band Antennas Represent an Economical Solution to Mobile HF Operation. Each American Made Antenna covers a Single HF Band with a Power Rating of 250 Watts P.E.P.
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