Chameleon Mpas 2.0|Portable Ham Radio Antenna

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This is post 2387 in a continuing series of simple ham radio antennas.

Another superb review and demonstration from Julian (OH8STN).

This time, Julian examines the Chameleon Mpas 2.0 | Portable Ham Radio Antenna in actual field conditions.  If you're looking for an exceptionally crafted portable antenna, then you may want to add the Chameleon Mpas 2.0 to your Christmas shopping list.

Here are some general comments from Julian:

Hello Operators Recently Chameleon Antenna released an updste to the popular portable ham radio antenna, the Chameleon MPAS ( Hybrid Micro, MIL Whip, MIL EXT, CHA Spike ), seen regulary on the channel. This new system is call the Chameleon MPAS 2.0. The man portable broadband ham radio antenna is a rapid deployment specialist. Rugged construction, all weather deployment, and designed to take horrific conditions in the field. Since the original Chameleon MPAS has been a large part of the portable ham radio ops on the channel, I thought it would be a good idea to present the evolution of this modular portable antenna system, and its components. Introducing the Chameleon MPAS 2.0 These components can work independently, or as a system. They can also integrate with other antenna elements from various manufacturers using the 3/8 24 male/ female mounting system. The primary goal of this portable HF antenna is a rapid deployment, with a multitude of configuration options. This allows it to , meet the real world requirements of the operator and conditions. The system can be used as a vertical whip, or deployed in most wire antenna configurations. List of products seen in this video: - Chameleon HYBRID Micro 2.0 - Chameleon MIL Whip 2.0 - Chameleon MIL EXT 2.0 - Chameleon SPIKE Share video url: episode notes: Visit 100 watts and a wire: Review the MPAS 2.0 on eHam: 73 julian #oh8stn If you found this post useful, entertaining, inspiring, or educational, consider becoming a channel member, joining my patreon community, dropping a buck in the tip jar, or getting yourself some Anderson Powerpole gear on eBay. It also helps if you simply share this video with someone who will appreciate it. Become a channel member: Patreon: PayPal: Get your Anderson Powerpole gear from ebay:

Thanks for joining us today.

Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).


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