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Four Element Directional Outdoor FM Antenna By Stellar Labs (30-2460) MCM Part #30-2460

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Outdoor Directional FM Antenna
Highly directional outdoor antenna is designed to provide outstanding reception for all broadcast FM stations including HD radio. It's four element Yagi design consists of one driven element, one reflecting and two directing elements, that combine for tremendous directivity and forward gain. It is perfect for receiving those elusive distant stations. Includes mounting hardware for connection to existing mast pipe.

Specifications Top

  • Nominal range: 60 ~ 70 miles
  • Frequency range: 87.5 ~ 108Mhz
  • Forward gain: 7dB max
  • Front to back ratio: 15dB max
  • Impedance: 75ohm, female “F” connector
  • Horizontal beam width: 65°
  • Width (widest element): 64"
  • Boom length: 66"
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Part Numbers
MCM Part #:30-2460
Stellar Labs Part #:30-2460
Package Specifications & Dimensions
Weight:3 lbs.
RoHS Comp:No
Warranty:90 days
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Length:70 in.
Width:12 in.
Height:4 in.
Shipping Information
Extra Shipping Charge:No
Drop Ship:No

Product Reviews Top

  • by kyrie48

    on 3/23/2017

    Never expected such excellent FM

    Overall: 5 out of 5

    I never would have known FM could still be as quiet, and sound as detailed, if not for trying this excellent antenna.
    I had one of the combo (FM-VHF-UHF)20 yr old antennas, but FM was noisey as heck, and never worth listening to, which I rarely did... This antenna is like bringing FM back to the *future*, makes my Optonica ST-7405 sound like Hi-Fi again!!

  • by rsobczak

    on 10/24/2016

    Used by 2 Radio Stations!

    Overall: 5 out of 5

    I've installed this antenna at two different broadcast radio stations, to receive Emergency Alert System (EAS) signals from the statewide primary and secondary stations. One station, in the northern part of the state, is receiving from 30 miles. The other, in the eastern part of the state, is receiving from 65 miles.

    The 30 mile antenna is also used to receive NOAA weather radio (162 mhz), decoded by the EAS unit. The NOAA tx'er is 15 miles away. Full quieting on the FM signals. Slight hiss on NOAA side, but usable on air.

    Both have held up through a Maine Winter!

  • by marsman

    on 10/26/2015


    Overall: 5 out of 5

    Pulls in my favorite station.Very easy to assemble.Very sturdy and good price.

  • by JimF37

    on 5/19/2015

    Stellar Labs 4el yagi

    Overall: 5 out of 5

    I've purchased three (3) of them and have made some higher gain using the elements and boom of the yagi. Personally think that it makes a great DIYer antenna for FM reception.

    I've 'redesigned' it to get three (3) different yagis.
    1) For 40 mile distant FM station @ 104.9Mhz: 1 verson; 4el on 66" boom
    2) For 90 mile distant FM station @ 91.5Mhz : 2 versions; 5el short boom (66" boom) and 6el long boom on 105" boom.

    Details here: [] including pictures of each antenna.

    Again for So Cal, this is the best constructed, light but strong yagi.

    Jim Forgione, K6JRF