|Name:||Hy-Gain Electronics Corporation; Lincoln (NE) (USA)|
|Products:||Model types Others|
Hy-Gain Electronics Corporation, N.E. Highway 6 at Stevens Creek, Lincoln, Nebraska 68501. Manufacturer of CB radio equipment and antennas since the 1960ies. Now a part of MFJ Enterprises, Starkville, MS.
In 2007 still activ company see http://www.hy-gain.com (operated by MFJ)
Andrew A. Andros, W0LTE, SK: The co-founder of Hy-Gain, Andrew "Andy" Andros, W0LTE, of Houston, Texas, died January 23 2001. He was 76. Andy and his brother, Ted, W0URN, founded Hy-Gain Electronics in 1949 with $6, their dad's ladder and Ted's car. Andy Andros designed the company's TH-3 triband trap beam, which became an instant success. A succession of multiband beams and verticals followed. The Hy-Gain LP-13-30 log periodic antenna, designed for MARS and installed at military locations worldwide, also found its way to the rooftop of many embassies. At its height, Hy-Gain, which was headquartered in Lincoln, Nebraska, was a multi-million dollar corporation employing thousands. Hy-Gain, which had been owned by Telex, was purchased in 1999 by MFJ Enterprises.--Ted Andros, W0URN, The Houston Chronicle.
This manufacturer was suggested by Wolfgang Scheida.
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|USA||79||Handheld Dynamic Microphone 2795||Impedance 500 Ohms; 6-pole connector; incorporated press-to-talk switch.|
|USA||73||Omnidirectional Vertical Antenna 18AVT/WB||Heavy swaged aluminium tubing; self supporting vertical radiator designed to operate in 80...|
|USA||73||Cubical Quad Antenna Hy-Quad 244||Heavy swaged aluminium tubing spreaders; two elements tri-band quad designed to operate on...|
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|USA||75||Hy-Gain III 2703||Mobilfunkgerät Hy-Gain III, 2703, PLL-Synthesizer, Frequency Range 26.965 to 27.405, 40 Ca...|
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