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Jogunn V-series

Discussion in 'CB Antennas' started by edfiero, Jun 2, 2020.

  1. edfiero

    edfiero Member

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    I am aware that Jogunn publishes garbage for the gain and performance numbers. However I am interested in how their V Series antenna works.

    What do they mean when they say this antenna is dual polarity or circular polarity? Can it really talk to someone is transmitting horizontal and someone who is transmitting vertically at the same time without seriously compromising the receive on either??

    I like the design of the antenna in that there is no elements down below the boom, (just like mounting a yagi horizontally) but with the possible added benefit of still allowing good communication to those those who are on verticals.

    Ignoring the over hyped gain numbers, and the fact that this is an expensive antenna, what is everyone's take on how this antenna performs?


     

  2. Road Squawker

    Road Squawker Sr. Member

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    Their ads are Bull Sh@@t.

    "....The V SERIES Antennas have a single feed line which transmits circular polarity..."

    NOT!
    and this one too
    "...The SUPER AUDIO Antennas...extremely high levels of audio."

    :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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  3. Marconi

    Marconi Usually if I can hear em' I can talk to em'.

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    Should work just about as good as a Yagi. The V antenna is either horizontal or vertical, and has to be re-positioned (rotated sideways) to change polarity. Takes a special Azimuth/Elevation rotor to make the polarity change automatic. Very expensive setup + the antenna.

    IMO, if the V antenna is setup correctly, it performs about as good as a regular yagi that is setup correctly.

    Advertising (AD) = a deception

    What antenna are you using?
     

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