Greyline 20-foot DX Flagpole Antenna, a real Flagpole approved for ham radio in HOA, smart design for Stealth, No Radials, OCF vertical antenna, a vertical-dipole, for 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
- Coax Adapter included The feed system uses ladder line at the antenna for the lowest possible loss. Connect your coax and turn on the radio.
- 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
- New! 5-15 minute build times on the new versions (same Strong, Smart Elegance)
- 20' DX Flagpole Vertical Dipole Antenna
- Premium Flagpole Kit (Flag, truck, cleat, clips, lanyard) - ($75 value)
- Feedline Kit + RF Choke ($95 value)
- Ground Mount Kit
- Pro tip: Add Mini or Maxi RF Choke for even lower noise
- 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 had almost given up on putting up any antenna that would allow contacts on 80 - 6 meters on this tiny mobile home lot. I have been heard all over the earth including Antarctica with 30 watts on FT8. Impressed by the quality of materials that this antenna is comprised of. Very pleased with the results! 73, phil KF6IF
The flagpole took approximately 3 hours to assemble and install (AFTER) I had already installed the PVC in a concrete base. The antenna with flag attached stood up very well during the recent tropical storm (with two tornadoes with in just a few miles). It is WELL manufactured and very strong. DE K3KZG
The antenna is out-standing (in my front yard). The company has resolved all of the complaints in my previous post and made some excellent changes to the product bundle. DE K3KZG
I installed the 20 foot Flagpole antenna in July. I had difficulty with connectors which I solved. It worked all bands, but the MFJ tuner failed 2 days after I had it working. It is still at MFJ getting a warranty repair (6+ weeks so far). Presently it is resonant on 20 meters and will tune 30 meters and 17 meters with only the Radio tuner. It is a beautiful Flagpole. I Keep it lighted at night. No complaints about appearance from the neighbors. I am regularly working Europe, South America. Africa and all of US with 60 watts on FT8 and CW. I have been able to work SSB contacts in Europe and South America on 20 meters as well. The antenna is an ideal solution for Hams in HOA communities. There are plenty of 20 foot flagpoles in my neighborhood. There is a code for them in the HOA handbook and our city Code as well. It meets all the requirements. It is a sturdy structure and looks like any other flagpole from 30 feet away or more. (Only difference is the bolts and the tuner). I have built a landscape block circle with 4 rows of stone. This effectively hides the tuner and balun at the base. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to do HF and lives in a restricted community. Andy WJ8B
My XYL and I realized it was time to downsize last summer. We relocated to North Carolina in January 2019 to a smaller home on a golf course in an antenna restricted HOA community. It was hard to leave a QTH with a couple of towers, low band transmit and receiving antennas for a tiny lot with antenna restrictions. Restrictions means no antenna allowed in English.
I wasn't ready to give up my ham radio, DX, and contesting additions. After searching around I found there were very few reasonable solutions. The one solution that stood out was the 20 foot flagpole antenna from Greyline Performance Antennas. So I bought one.
Jon Kimball KL2A at Greyline Performance Antennas, was very helpful throughout this process, answered all my questions, provided some needed advice, and was a large part of the reason I bought this antenna.
Fortunately, our HOA does allow flagpoles but limits them to 20 ft.
The longest pole in the installation tent was doing the paperwork and get permission to put up the flagpole. That took a month and a half. The next hardest part was digging a hole for the flagpole and a trench to bury the coax into the house so no traces of antenna connection was visible. Putting the antenna together was a matter of a couple of hours, going slow to ensure I didn't mess it up. But up it went on 9 May, yesterday.
It is a pleasure to be on the air again. There's no magic here. The flagpole antenna does not compare to the tower and beams at my last QTH. But I am on the air again. And that is priceless.
Running 100 watts yesterday and today enabled me to work a bunch of Europeans and South Americans on 20 and 40 meters with 100 watts. That's what I wanted and expected and that's what I got. I'm a happy ham.
I use the antenna with a LDG RT-600 remote tuner hidden adjacent to the flagpole. The antenna tunes easily on 80 through 6 meters. So far I am operating low power. I still need to run some AC to put my amplifier on line which will make a big dif...