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Workman Electronics W58 High Gain CB Base Station Antenna

Workman Electronics W58 High Gain CB Base Station Antenna

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Quick Specs

  • 26.965 - 29.700 MHz
  • UHF / SO239

  • 200+

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Workman Electronics W58 High Gain CB Base Station Antenna

When range and signal quality are of the utmost importance, look no further than the 7dBi Workman W58 base station CB antenna. This isotropic gain antenna will outperform standard whips and the base radials creates a ground plane for a lower RF angle and excellent take off. Affix to a mast, connect your coax, and you're ready to conquer the airwaves. Fleetwood Digital wants to be your first choice for CB base antennas for sale in Canada.



  • 7dBi isotropic gain (4.9dB gain over dipole) with low SWR across the CB band.
  • Rated at 1500W PEP.
  • High quality aluminum tubing for optimum electrical and mechanical stability.
  • Mounts on vertical support [TV] mast of 1-1/4" OD.  Requires antenna mast (not included) for mounting.
  • Antenna connection: SO-239 fits standard coax cable with PL-259 connection. Coaxial antenna cable sold separately.


  • Vertically polarized with four 102" long lower radials for low angle of radiation
  • VSWR: 2:1 at band edges
  • BAND: 26-33MHz tunable
  • Bandwidth: 400-600KHz (full CB band on 11m)
  • Gain 7dBi (4.9dBd)
  • Power Rating: 1500W PEP
  • 16.5-20Ft assembled height (198" @ 33MHz to 248" @ 26MHz)
  • Weight: 9.5 lb
  • Mounts to vertical antenna mast of 1-1/4” OD • SO-239 connection
  • Mounting: elevated on mast.
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