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HF RECEIVING SYSTEMS & COMPONENTS

Hi-Z Antennas (tm)

 

                          

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HI-Z ANNOUNCES NEW PRODUCTS

 

New Digital Shack Switch with USB control

Hi-Z  SHACK SWITCH II PLUS

This Shack Switch Replacement Can Be Used With Any of the Hi-Z Receiving Arrays

This product has MANY features. Among them are Omni directional rotary encoder, Crystal clear OLED display,

In Depth Programmability, Optical Isolation, Small size, and many many more.

Click the Picture Above for the New HIZ-SS2-PLUS Product Introduction Document

Click Support Above for the HIZ-SS2-PLUS Manual

Click the SS2-PLUS Icon for the HIZ-SS2-PLUS Page

 

 

 

 

The best of two worlds come together. DX Engineering conceived innovative phasing methods and systems for HF directive receive arrays.  Building on these design breakthroughs, Hi-Z Antennas has been producing excellent receiving systems for over five years. Hi-Zís president, Lee Strahan K7TJR, has been focused on performance improvements to these designs with one goal in mind - to provide superior high performance receiving products for amateur radio enthusiasts.  Hi-Z is always pushing the boundaries to deliver higher performance for HF receiving systems - so they remain second to none.  HI-Z is recognized worldwide for their commitment to amateur radio.

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     Hi-Z was coined to be synonymous with high impedance. Z is the accepted engineering term for impedance. The specialty at Hi-Z Antennas is signal processing from shortened vertical antennas which reflect very high impedances at low frequencies.

    Mission Statement:     After decades of research and extensive engineering, Hi-Z was created from my passion in this field. Therefore my passion and experience is embodied in every product I design.   Lee  K7TJR

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Hi-Z Antennas

8125 S.W. Larch Dr. 

   Culver OR  97734   USA  

 

     

Last Update 12/27/2017

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