Korner 9.2 from Antennenland - in stock

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Korner 9.2 from Antennenland - in stock

Post by daveB » 13 Nov 2015 13:46

Just happened to go to their web-site and spotted they have a limited quantity of these in stock "do not hesitate"
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Re: Korner 9.2 from Antennenland - in stock

Post by Nick Gilly » 13 Nov 2015 14:29

Alex Cator had better hurry up and buy one then ;)
Good DX.

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Post by Alex Cator » 13 Nov 2015 19:53

Nick Gilly wrote:Alex Cator had better hurry up and buy one then ;)
Thanks Nick. Assuming I'm gonna get a Körner 9.2, I need to think about my mounting options, rotators, etc, etc, and buy the antenna ASAP! It may be on test where my FM3 currently is, on top of the washing line pole, but I want the thing on the roof very soon.
Who would put the Körner 9.2 on my roof, just out of curiosity? Maybe I could so kindly let Andy do it like he did with JF? :)

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Re: Korner 9.2 from Antennenland - in stock

Post by daveB » 14 Nov 2015 13:19

Who would put the Körner 9.2 on my roof,
An aerial contractor :lol: - but it is finding a decent one. You need to find someone who has been in the business for 20-30 years, is well established and has a decent reputation. You might go into your nearest Hughes electrical shop and ask who they use to do their aerial installations - as they are unlikely to use a 'cowboy'.

Radioworld is still offering the AR-303X lightweight rotator at £120. http://www.radioworld.co.uk/ar-303x_lig ... ry=rotator

Whether you would consider the Korner 9.2 a lightweight aerial I don't know, but my old (long gone) Hirschmann rotator of similar design happily handled 4 x Triax grid UHF aerials. This rotator is a a third of the price of the next one up - and if it lasts a couple of years and needs replacing you consider it a fair trade off. If you went for this model I would definitely not mount the aerial on more than a 2ft / 600 mm stub mast to avoid excessive force. I use the equivalent model with a 5 ele yagi for the last two years.
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Post by John Faulkner, Skegness » 14 Nov 2015 16:49

I have used four aerial contractors since moving to Skegness. ALL of them were cowboys. One even featured on TV's Watchdog. Be careful of anything with an 0800 number or claim to be a national company and use Mansfield area phone numbers (01623). The company based in Mansfield or Mansfield Woodhouse have been known to use different names, so AVOID. I'd probably advise avoiding Mansfield anyway as I used to live there. It's an excrement hole.

A reasonable price to pay would seem to be around £50 or £60 upwards, but this is probably bordering on cheap and cheerful. You might be lucky though.

You will need to have all the cabling ready, antenna and rotator fixed on to the mast, ready for the aerial bod to put up. All he is doing is putting brackets on your wall and affixing a mast. The fittings may be heavier duty, larger TK brackets, etc., but it's basically the same thing. The additional weight of it all may require an extra bod though and so incur a higher cost, but just do your bod research first.

Could this be a Christmas present this year Alex? :) Now there's a thought ;)

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Post by Jim (Bournemouth) » 16 Nov 2015 20:40

I went through Check-A Trade for the aerial contractor that I now use. (as well as a heating engineer, a window fitter and external walls work)
He has been excellent, helped me install my Tennamast (cost me about 120 quid but that included moving my satellite dish, about 3 hours work in all), and put my vertical up for me on the side of the house as well another day for about £45. Decent price too.

You shouldnt get a cowboy if you go through Check-A_Trade.

Also agree with John re. preparation work, we did that with Nick Gilly's installation as well, saves a lot of ball-ache
Jim, Bournemouth, Dorset. IO90BR.

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Post by cristian.puddu » 27 Apr 2016 19:38

Is Balun included in commercial 9.2?
I bought this antenna last winter and I would mount it these days...
Can I simply connect the cable RG6 to the connector F?
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Re: Korner 9.2 from Antennenland - in stock

Post by Peter Körner » 03 May 2016 19:44

>Is Balun included in commercial 9.2?

Yes, it is a transformer balun mounted on a small board inside the dipole box.
There is a F type socket where you can connect a 75 Ohm coax using a F type plug.

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Post by Pascal Duval » 03 May 2016 21:21

I have a 9.2 korner since a few months along with also a yaesu G5500 but because of the récent winter winds in France and not having now the free time both items are still in the packaging . I am seriously thinking for taking the 9.2 to Gran Canaries next week for trying DX FM but maybe it will not be allowed on the plane ? A friend has advised i registre the antenne as baggage spéciale under fishing équipement and normally i will not be charged but with all the problèmes like with Paris attacks last year and Bruxelles recentrement maybe the airline company will refuse acceptance ?

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Post by satnipper » 03 May 2016 22:09

Most fly-in fly-out amateur expeditions tend to pack kit in ski bags.

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Post by zach_m » 23 Dec 2018 23:54

This message has been posted on Polish radio forums. A new 2019 version of Korner 9.2 will be available on sale here https://www.antennenland.net/3H-FM-9M19

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Post by daveB » 24 Dec 2018 10:18

That looks very interesting - it looks like they will be making them to order - as they can produce one or two per day.
Locatio: Sittingbourne, Kent JO01ji
SDRPlay, AirSpyMini, RTL dongles, SB920s, Yamaha TX930. 5 ele compact yagi 20ft agl - 120 deg. FM5 - 80 deg, FM5 -180 deg. OIRT dipole and 3-ele Moxon - 80 deg. Shielded magnetic loop 0.1-200 MHz

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Re: Korner 9.2 from Antennenland - in stock

Post by RvdH60 » 17 Feb 2019 14:07

I bought one last week and replaced it for my Wittenberg W205 5 element.
Like stepping into a new candy shop. So much improvement already.
Still need to test it with weather condition being less favorable. I want to see what the gain is with stations (E.g. WDR2 Langenberg) I always was able to receive and what stations I can add to the "base" reception list.
Good Hunting,
René, Amsterdam

Onkyo T-4711 modified with 110Mhz filters, Nooelec RTL-SDR, Körner 9.2 (2019) (NE to SW), FM5 Wittenberg (W to NE)

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Post by John Faulkner, Skegness » 17 Feb 2019 14:14

Glad you are pleased with the initial results René. The change from my Triax FM5 to my 9.2 was also quite a revelation. Here's hoping you find many ore pleasing aspects of this excellent antenna.

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Re: Korner 9.2 from Antennenland - in stock

Post by daveB » 24 Apr 2019 11:42

I have just placed an order for one - plus the extra boom support. Delivery 4-8 working days. I am looking forward to the additional 10 dB rejection off the rear, that's London and all it's stations, as well as a bit of extra gain.

Add: this is an updated version on a slightly shorter boom - and with half elements that fold out which allows it to be shipped internationally. Model number is 3H-FM 9M19

See the pictures on their website.

Incidentally - including my bank's transfer fee of 2.75% I got an exchange rate of 89.1 pence to the Euro

David
Locatio: Sittingbourne, Kent JO01ji
SDRPlay, AirSpyMini, RTL dongles, SB920s, Yamaha TX930. 5 ele compact yagi 20ft agl - 120 deg. FM5 - 80 deg, FM5 -180 deg. OIRT dipole and 3-ele Moxon - 80 deg. Shielded magnetic loop 0.1-200 MHz

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