Greyline 24-foot DX Flagpole Antenna plus LDG RT-600 Remote Antenna Tuner. A real HOA Flagpole and Stealth HF Vertical Dipole, an all-band vertical antenna. No Radials needed from 160-6M.
See why the DX Flagpole Antenna is called a high-performance antenna system.
Smarter, stronger and more elegant all-band ham radio antenna option. Your friends, family, and DX totals will agree.
NATION-WIDE HOA & XYL APPROVED!
The Benefits of Greyline DX:
- HOA Approved + XYL and neighborhood approved too!
- No Radials! needed for high-performance
- Strong, Smart, Elegant design. "Pretty" premium aluminum, No messy stubs, coils, etc.
- Premium-only, Made in the USA. Double-dipped, double-walled tubing & stainless steel parts.
- All frequencies 160-6M including WARC, MARS, FEMA, etc.
- 160M bonus: Try the 20'-24'-28' many report success!
- Smart Clean Design, Rugged Materials & Engineering: 80-100 MPH wind rating
- Best in Class 'as good or better' than any legacy brands
- ARRL Antenna Competition Award Winner
- Featured on Ham Talk Live Ep. 188 "Stealth Antennas & HOA's"
- >90% and better efficiency across all bands
- Very Low Losses owing to the feed system
- Lower Angles than ground-mounted verticals requiring 100+ radials
- Lower Noise too reported widely
- Easy Install: Dig a 3-4' post hole, build antenna (1-hour), dirt or Quik Crete, drop-in (15-20-lbs), plug-in, play radio!
- Free Shipping in the USA + Deep discounts Worldwide
- Shipping time: See our Order-Status Page for transparent updates
- Industry-leading 4-year warranty
- 24' DX Flagpole Vertical Dipole Antenna
- Premium Flagpole Kit (Flag, truck, cleat, clips, lanyard) - ($75 value)
- Greyline DX Premium Feed Kit ($50 value)
- Premium 3KW 1:1 RF Choke ($75 value)
- LDG RT-600 Remote Tuner, 600 Watt ATU Antenna Tuner
- Free Shipping!
- Everything you need to get on all bands. Just connect your coax!
XYL & fussy neighbors approve too.
That's right, Elegance! Clean lines, smooth premium finish. No ugly stubs, traps, coils, or unsightly elements or 100's of radials to mess with. "They" see an aesthetically pleasing Flagpole, you see 160-6M Real DX.
"So pretty she let me install it in the garden!"
What customers are saying:
"Highly Recommended for HOA and CC&R Restricted Ham Radio QTHs."
“So pretty my DX Flagpole Antenna is allowed in my wife’s garden! In the GARDEN!”
"4 Band DXCC this summer with my 20' DX Flagpole from my HOA!"
"Clean Sweep in November Sweepstakes with my DX Flagpole!"
"Got Indonesia (YB) this morning on 40m SSB with 100 watts. Just over 9,000 miles!"
- "Since I added the Greyline DX Flagpole vertical antenna, I have added over 200 additions to my DXCC Challenge account. I am now right at 900 and hope to complete it in the next few months."
"Holds its own vs. taller competitors with no radials & is also stealth!"
"The other night I was on 60M and it felt just like the old days, running JA’s from Chicago in the CQWW CW with a 4-1000 Amplifier to a Quad at 80-feet!"
"Got Mauritania, Dodecanese, Israel, and Cypress on 80 meters and 4 bands and 3 modes for VP6R on Pitcairn. First Pitcairn since 10 Meter AM contact in the 1960s."
"Designed Smarter, Stronger, and more Elegant Aesthetically."
"So so many FT8 stations worldwide."
"If I can hear it, I can work it and this antenna hears well."
More Customer highlights and Pictures can be found in our Customer Reviews section within the FAQ and the RF Blog.
Q. How does the DXV OCF Antenna compare to other well-known antennas such as the Hy-gain AV-680 and Cushcraft R9:
*The Red inner rings are 80M, blue 40M, green 20M, and orange 10M.
Q. What's the difference between the Greyline Performance DX vertical-dipoles & DX Flagpoles, 12-16-20-28 to the famed 43'er?
* For 24-foot performance, consider between the 20' and 28' angles and potency projections.
Grounding: As always, when considering your grounding plans, follow the ARRL RF Guidelines.
USA: Antenna Ships Free
DX: Deep discounted Rates (examples available at checkout)
Learn more about shipping rates in our FAQ's.
We are a small group of "seasoned" radio ops, maybe just like you. This is our passion and we often ask "how can we make this better." We partner with small ham radio owned businesses to bring you something more.
Presenting an HF radio antenna that is an efficient transmit and receive antenna experience across all short wave frequencies, 1.8 MHz to 50 MHz. A Smarter, Stronger and a more Elegant vertical antenna designed for elegance, robust engineering, and higher-performance. More efficient systems offer less loss, more dB's, less noise, more signals, lower angles, deeper DX, and a potent Regional (NVIS) radiation pattern too.
Popular with digital modes requiring rapid frequency hopping (ALE) such as FT8 mode and other Winlink and SDR applications.
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I ordered the Greyline 24-foot DX flagpole Antenna plus LDG RT-600 Remote Antenna Tuner Bundle. The order was processed on the Greyline Webpage. I received an order confirmation and links to the system documentation.
Greyline isn’t Amazon, so it did take somewhat longer to receive my antenna and related equipment than I’d have preferred. When the antenna was ready for shipment, I received an E-Mail with tracking information. Within a few days I was able to track the antenna on the UPS site. The antenna arrived in good order. The feed and flag components arrived on a separate shipment, as did the remote tuner.
The instructions were clear, and the packing list is arranged in the order of assembly. I was very impressed with the quality of the parts, and that each antenna section was individually wrapped and labeled. The pre-drilled holes matched perfectly with the corresponding holes in the inter-section connection splices.
The antenna has fiberglass insulating splices between the ground mounting section and the lower (short active) section. Another fiberglass section is to electrically isolate the lower active section from the longer top section. The balance of the antenna has aluminum connection splices.
The feedline from the shack connects to a choke and a short jumper connects to the radio side of the remote tuner. Another short coax jumper goes from the tuner to the coax to ladder line adapter. I decided to not use the supplied 3d printed adapter, instead using the Palomar coax-ladder line adapter. The short jumpers are customer supplied. I used 1 Ft MPD-400 Superflex.
Ladder line is mounted within the lower active section and isolated from the inner sides of the tubing by a set of spacers that fit nicely in the tubing. The ladder line is split at the upper fiberglass splice with one wire connected to the lower section and the other to the longer upper sections. Hint: Mark one side of the ladder line so you can be sure you are matching the main conductor to the upper section.
I chose to use a tilt mount that I had from a prior installation. I shortened the supplied inground section to adapt it to the tilt mount. The lower fiberglass insulator isolates the antenna from being grounded by the mount.
Before mounting, I assembled the top truck, halyard and cleat for the flagpole. I added a gold colored Flagpole topper to add to the aesthetics and enhance the hiding in plain site stealth of the flagpole antenna. I covered the base and tuner with a large plastic flower pot that I had drilled and slipped onto the antenna before I attached it to the mount.
With the initial issues resolved, I am pleased with the operation of the antenna system. My rig measured SWR values are 10M 1.5, 12M 1.8, 15M 1.6, 17M 1.3, 20M 1.0, 30M 1.0, 40M 1.1, 60M 1.1, and 80M 1.6
It’s early with my operation with the flagpole antenna, but so far, I am pleased. I’ve made contacts from my Western Washington location to both European and far East stations using different different bands. The antenna looks great and the neighbors are just seeing an attractive flagpole as a nice addition to my property.
Hints: Wear gloves when handling the fiberglass insulating splices. Mark one of the conductors on the ladderline so you can be sure you have the top (long) section of the antenna connected to the center conductor from your radio. Do not use a balun but use the supplied adapter (requires some do it yourself) or the Palomar or similar coax to Ladder connection.
24' DX Flagpole Antenna + LDG RT-600 Stealth Ham Radio in HOA