CUSTOMER INSTALLATIONS

Mark II plus KINGBEE

MK II PT3, Separate Feeds, Boom mounted remote antenna switch


Mantis II 40M Series

These photos are of a two Element 40 meter quad
combined with 3 band (10m-15m-20m) 4 element array.

2el 40m; 4el 10,15,20m; separate feeds


"MONSTER QUAD" - VA7DX

CUBEX
MANTIS II 30/40M+4L5B Quad

Topped off With a
QUEENBEE 4 EL 6M Quad

The 2 EL 40 also has 2 EL on 30m

Photo courtesy of VA7DX

For more photo's and assembly details visit-
VA7DX WEBSITE


Cubex "Mantis II"

2 elements 30/40m

4 elements 10, 12, 15, 17, 20 meters

Top off with a KINGBEE II dual band 4 element 6m/ 8 element 2m

Mantis 30/40M

A stiff Breeze off the Atlantic-

If you are ever visiting Melbourne, Florida- take a drive along the inter-coastal near the bridge - Bob's  quad is hard to miss.

MANTIS II

KI2G - Melbourne, FL

This is a 8 band Quad:
 
2 elements on 30m & 40m
4 elements on 10m to 20m
and
4 elements on 6m


Another "MANTIS II"

"View from the TOP" - SV9CVY


This photo taken at SV9CVY location on the Isle of Crete - listen for his big signal on 40 meters

CUBEX  MANTIS II
2 el 40M plus 4el  5B Quad

Photo courtesy of SV1CVY

SV1CVY Mantis II

MK IV PT5  

4 Element 5 Band

MK-IV

The  Mark IV plus some dipoles
Installed at the QTH of YB2UU

Subj: MY CUBEX -MK IV -PT5L

From: Massimo 'Max' MUCCI - I8NHJ
Hello CUBEX CO,

It is my pleasure to send you the picture of my MKIV-PT5L
that I use for 10/15 and 20 (no WARC installed)
feeding it with a coax for each band.
The pipe is 15m high over the building that is 20m high
so the overall high is 35 metres.

73 de Max, I8NHJ/NH7CU
one of EL2PP, 1A0KM, JT1Y, E30GA, T77V, TT8MM, T32R, K5K

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North Carolina - MK II -PT5

Hey Guys,

I've got the Mark II which I'm crazy about.  I just made my first contact on 40 meters with it.  What kind of a radiator would you expect it to be on 40?    I had no trouble loading it with the MFJ Tuner.
Got a 5/9 report. It's a half wavelength quad (could this be as good as a dipole?).

Thanks,
Blair
KI4YY

(Cubex comment - Blair's success on 40m is not typical, but hams have defied the "rules" many times before)

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MK II PT5 HD Arms

This 5 band quad features the Heavy Duty one piece fiberglass arms. They are about 1.5"dia. for the full length.

 

 

 

courtesy - K8OWS

MKII-PT5 HD

MK II PT3

Latest installation of the Cubex MK II PT3, 
2 el 3 band quad - K0EX


This 3 band quad is located in the Denver Area - listen for Mark's big signal!

MKII-PT5

MK II-PT5 HD Boom

Gathering Mid Western storm clouds doesn't phase Gary W9WF.  His quad has already weathered two winter ice storms and he says it looks as good as when he first installed it ----

Recently Gary sent an update to the comments above -

" the quad also  survived a F3 tornado with total destruction 6 blocks away but no damage to the quad!"

Thanks, Gary W9WF
couldn't ask for anything better

------ Cubex Quads for durability

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SP MANTIS-30, HD Boom

This custom 2 Element 30 meter quad makes for a big signal on the West coast

------ Cubex Quads-
the BIG SIGNAL!

photo courtesy of W6IJ

 

 

MAGNUM-4CB 11 Meter 4 Element Quad (Gain= 14+ dBi)

 

photo courtesy of R. Malik

 

"you've seen one quad, you've seen 'em all...until it's on YOUR tower. Then it's the prettiest thing you ever saw"  R. Malik

 



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