The CHA MPAS LITE is the little brother of the CHA MPAS 2.0 – the most popular Modular Portable Antenna System in the WORLD!
The Modular Portable Antenna System (MPAS) is a concept allowing the radio operator to configure and deploy the antenna system in a variety of configurations. Some of the possible deployment configurations:
• Inverted “V”
• Inverted “L”
• Vehicle (Stationary)
Frequency: 6M – 160M
Power: 100 SSB or 50W CW.
Mounting Configuration: 3/8-24 Thread
The antenna system consists of:
1 X CHA HYBRID-MICRO
1 X 60′ WIRE
1 X SS17 (17′ long collapsible stainless steel whip)
1 X CHA SPIKE
1 X CHA 50’ Coax with RFI Choke
Stainless Steel Hardware
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