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2 Meter / 144 MHz LFA Yagi Beams

ALL INNOVANTENNAS 2 METER / 144 MHz LFA YAGI BEAMS NOW ON SALE !!!

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There is a product category page for each of our 2 Meter antenna technologies, this page is for InnovAntennas' famous Loop Feed Array (LFA) models. The LFA was a major advancement in the development of the Yagi design in recent years. The rectangular loop laid flat on the boom provides out-of-phase sections towards the element tips which translates to highly suppressed side lobes and all-around superior pattern (which means a quiet antenna). More LFA info here.

Our other 2 Meter Antenna pages are:

LFA-Q Yagi Beams

LFA XPOL Yagi Beams

OWL & OWL GT Yagi Beams

Go here for information on our different antenna technologies (LFA, OP-DES, LFA-Q, et al)

Force 12 Superstore has a great selection of accessories for your 2 Meter antenna system: baluns optimized for 2 Meter use, Power Splitters and H-Frames for BIG arrays including models for single polarity and X-POL systems, azimuth and az-el Antenna Rotators, low loss Coax Cable, Connectors and more. Talk to us about special pricing for complete EME Systems ("EME in a Box") - we certainly know EME, we recently built an advanced EME array for Joe Taylor, K1JT and W2PU, the Princeton University Amateur Radio Club!

Go here for detailed information on complete 144 MHz EME systems

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Polarity

Free Space
Gain @
144.300 MHz

Gain @
33 Feet
Above Gnd

4 Bay
Free
Space
Gain @
144.300 MHz

4 Bay
Ta*
@ 144.100 MHz

4 Bay
G/T**
@ 144.100 MHz

Peak
F/B
Ratio

Boom
Length

Turn
Radius

Weight

Area

144-LFA-3

LFA

H

8.67 dBi
@ 145.000 MHz

13.24 dBi

     

20.07 dB

0.67 m

     

144-LFA-4

LFA

 
H

9.49 dBi
@ 145.000 MHz

15.92 dBi

     

29.24 dB

1.168 m

     

144-LFA-5

LFA

H

11.16 dBi
@ 145.000 MHz

16.93 dBi

     

20.32 dB

1.789 m

     

144-LFA-6

LFA

 H

11.88 dBi
@ 145.000 MHz

17.72 dBi       29.32 dB  2.407 m 1.284 m
4.21 ft 
2 kg
4.41 lbs
0.05 sq m
0.56 sq ft 

144-LFA-7

LFA

H

12.83 dBi

18.66 dBi 18.64 dBi 255.0° K -5.29 dB 21.97 dB 2.894 m 1.591 m
5.22 ft
2.7 kg
6 lbs
0.07 sq m
0.71 sq ft

144-LFA-8

LFA

H 13.34 dBi 19.18 dBi 19.41 dBi 257.4° K -4.72 dB 27.21 dB 3.729 m 1.903 m
6.24 ft
2.82 kg
6.21 lb
0.08 sq m
0.87 sq ft

144-LFA-9-PBP

LFA

14.06 dBi 19.89 dBi  20.33 dBi  239.3° K -3.73 dB 26.67 dB 4.403 m 2.243 m
7.36 ft
3.51 kg
7.74 lbs
 0.1 sq
1.03 sq ft

144-LFA-10

LFA

 H 14.73 dBi 20.56 dBi 20.65 dBi  229.6° K -2.96 dB  32.54 dB  5.254 m
2.653 m
8.7 ft
3.68 kg
7.06 lbs
0.11 sq m
1.22 sq ft

144-LFA-11

LFA

H 15.20 dBi 21.11 dBi 21.74 dBi 223.0° K -2.32 dB 37.65 dB 6.193 m 3.129 m
4.02 kg
8.86 lbs
0.13 sq m
1.44 sq gt

144-LFA-12

LFA

H 15.80 dBi 21.69 dBi 21.74 dBi 221.0° K -1.70 dB 30.53 dB 7.125 m 3.566 m
11.7 ft
4.42 kg
9.75
0.15 sq m
1.64 sq ft

144-LFA-13

LFA

 H 16.14 dBi 22.03 dBi 22.06 dBi  218.4° K -1.33 dB 43.27 dB 8.003 m 4.02 m
13.1 ft
4.86 kg
10.72 lbs
 0.17 sq
1.85 sq ft

144-LFA-14

LFA

 H 16.60 dBi 22.47 dBi 22.06 dBi  214.9° K  -0.85 dB 34.21 dB 8.956 m  4.284 m
14.06 ft
5.33 kg
11.75 lbs
 0.19 m
2.07 sq ft

144-LFA-15

LFA

 H 16.89 dBi 22.77 dBi 22.87 dBi  214.9° K  -0.85 dB 44.03 dB 9.857 m 4.959 m
16.27 ft
7.9 kg
17.42 lbs
 0.21 sq m
2.28 sq ft

144-LFA-16

LFA

 H 17.27 dBi 23.15 dBi 23.18 dBi  213.4° K -0.12 dB 38.02 dB 10.853 m

 5.523 m
18.12 ft
 8.74 kg
19.27 lbs
0.23 sq m
2.5 sq ft

144-LFA-17

LFA

 H 17.53 dBi 23.40 dBi 23.41 dBi  211.7° K 0.12 dB 38.22 dB 11.834 m 6.299 m
20.66 ft
 11.05 kg
24.36 lbs
0.29 sq m
3.13 sq ft

144-LFA-18

LFA

 H 17.83 dBi 23.70 dBi 23.68 dBi  210.8° K 0.44 dB 38.42 dB 12.746 m 6.639 m
20.89 ft
11.1 kg
24.5 lbs
 0.31 sq m
3.35 sq ft

144-LFA-19

LFA

 H  18.05 dBi 23.91 dBi 23.96 dBi  209.0° K  0.71 dB 48.52 dBi 13.78 m  6.888 m
22.6 ft
 12.59 kg
27.76 lbs
 0.37 sq m
4.0 sq ft

144-LFA-20

LFA

H 18.24 dBi 24.10 dBi 24.10 dBi 208.3° K  0.91 dB  38.75 dB   14.75 m 7.372 m
24.9 ft
13.82 kg
30.47 lbs
0.39 sq m
4.23 sq ft 

144-LFA-21

LFA

H 18.41 dBi 24.27 dBi 24.29 dBi 208.0° K 1.11 dB   45.43 dB 15.680 m  7.838 m
25.70 ft
15.28 kg
33.69 lbs 
0.45 sq m
4.85 sq ft 

144-LFA-22

LFA

H 18.55 dBi 24.41 dBi  24.46 dBi  206.6° K 1.35 dB  44.49 dB  16.638 m  8.315 m
27.28 ft
16.48 kg
36.33 lbs
 0.47 sq m
5.07 sq ft

* Ta = The total temperature of the antenna or array in degrees Kelvin. This includes all the side lobes, rear lobes and internal resistance of the antenna or array. A lower figure means a quieter antenna

** G/T = Figure of merit used to determine the receive capability of the antenna or array. G/T (dB) = Ga - 10*log(Ta). The more positive figure the better. G/T is modelled in Tant.exe at 30 degrees elevation

Other gain figures generated by NEC4 software modeling

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