The 10-15M1DX is a single-band dipole antenna designed with performance and affordability in mind without skimping on quality. Originally designed by radio pioneer Heinrich Hertz in 1886, the dipole antenna was originally called the “Hertz” antenna. It stands the test of time as the basis of most high performance antennas today.
Built to the demanding specs of our “DX” series yagis, this antenna uses 6061-T6 aluminum tubing and 6061-T6 aluminum machined hardware for its durable, lightweight elements. A solid fiberglass center insulator, machined aluminum mast mounting components and stainless steel hardware will keep this in the air for years.
Versatility is key for this antenna—equally suited as a fixed or rotatable dipole. Lightweight and low-profile, it’s the perfect HF antenna for your QTH, whether you want a simple, unobtrusive, no-compromise radiator on a tower or mast, or in a stealthier application such as in an attic. “Uni-cradle” mounting allows it to securely grip a wide range of masts. With element sections of 48 inches (122 cm) or less in length, its light, simple and compact design makes it an ideal candidate for Field Day, SOTA, DXpeditions and EMCOM use. It can easily be configured and reconfigured for any frequency from 20-30 MHz simply by changing the tip length. Have a custom application that you would like to try? Use it as the basis for your own high-performance, innovative antenna projects.