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TO PLACE AN ORDER: 

Call 703-754-3876. You can also email us at info@directivesystems.com. We accept major credit cards and PayPal. If you want to pay by PayPal, please send your PayPal email address, along with your physical shipping address to calculate shipping cost, and we’ll send you an invoice; if by credit card, you can call with your credit card information.

Our normal phone hours are:
10am-7pm EDT  Monday-Friday 
10am-5pm EDT  Saturday      
Closed  Sunday
PRICE INCREASE ON 6 & 3cm
Due to the overwhelming increase in 10GHz activity, our supply of dishes, mounts and feeds have been depleted. After getting quotes from our suppliers, we were shocked to find they have all increased their prices based on the rising costs of aluminum, copper and steel.
Therefore, unfortunately, we have been forced to raise our prices accordingly.
Please note, the prices for our complete systems now includes the mount.

UPDATE on 7/17:
Today marks 9 weeks since Terry’s accident and he’s doing much better. We went to see the surgeon for his follow-up yesterday, and the doctor wants him to take it easy and just heal over the next 4 weeks. Then when we go back to see him, he’ll decide if Terry is ready for real PT and strength exercises.
Before leaving the doctor’s office, Terry asked about tower climbing (imagine that!) and the doctor just looked at him funny and said “we’ll discuss that at a MUCH later date”! The doctor did remind him he’s lucky he’s not in a wheelchair for the rest of his life!!

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UPDATE on 5/17:
Terry was in surgery for over 7 hours today. The shattered vertebrae had penetrated the nerves in his spine (every piece had to be extracted one by one) and he was leaking spinal fluid. Your well-wishes, thoughts and prayers are much appreciated.

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5/15/21:
Saturday evening while working on the 2m array for our new shop, Terry fell 18 feet from the roof to the rocky ground. He sustained a shattered L1 vertebrae and a fractured sternum, along with other  injuries. He’s having surgery on Monday (5/17) to repair the L1 vertebrae, but the doctors are telling him he may be incapacitated for possibly 12 weeks.
We are hoping to find some help in the production of our antennas so we can get them out for the contest, but we are making no promises at this time.
We apologize for the inconvenience and if you want to cancel your order, we will return any money paid via PayPal.
Thank you for your understanding.

PRICE INCREASE NOTIFICATION
To our valued customers:
We are faced with a situation we don’t like – the cost of materials and shipping have skyrocketed in the last 2 years. Whether it’s related to COVID we aren’t sure, but the reality is our costs have risen and we either have to “turn out the lights” or raise prices.
Our major aluminum mill now takes 9 months to deliver our tubing, this hampers our “just in time” manufacturing process which helps keep our prices down. To make matters worse, several of our main suppliers of aluminum rod used for elements on 2m, 1.35m and 70cm antennas have stopped carrying it and we’ve had to go with more expensive alternatives, with greater shipping costs to us.
FEDEX, UPS and USPS have all gone crazy with price increases, and while we always shop for the least expensive shipping cost when sending antennas to our customers, the fact is when we purchase materials we sometimes have no choice of what carrier they use and how much they charge. Just the cost of a cardboard box we use for shipping antennas has doubled in the last 5 years, even though the process has improved with all the CNC and laser cutting technology employed. We’ve even removed several box sizes so we can order larger quantities of less sizes, which gives us better pricing. Also, we don’t pay extra for fancy printing on our boxes that get tossed once the contents are removed.
The bottom line is we aren’t going anywhere soon. The feedback we receive from you, our customers, tells us we are doing something right and we GREATLY appreciate it! Unfortunately, effective May 1st 2021, we will be raising our prices roughly 10% on most all products. As a user of our antennas for K8GP, and my own roving and new fixed station, I feel your pain as well – but we have no choice. Our pricing is still below other manufacturers and we will continue to provide the best service possible.
Margie (K4MEP) and I thank you for your support.
Terry Price – W8ZN

“It is so nice to have a company that offers such fine antennas for the ham community. Rest assured I will recommend your company to all my friends.” see more from W0PT

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If you have an older version of a Directive Systems antenna that needs repair or updating, please see our Tech Notes section.

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Does your Power Divider Look Like This?

Some manufacturers charge twice as much, but only guarantee 20dB of Return Loss. Directive Systems guarantees at least 30dB (1.065:1 VSWR) of Return Loss in the most popular portions of the amateur bands.

DSE70-2PD-Plot
DSE70-4PD-Plot

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Rover/Portable Quick Release Boom-to-Mast Plate!

 IMG_5791  IMG_5792

Will accept up to a 1 1/2″  boom and up to a 2″ mast.

Quick Release Boom-to-Mast Plate (without hardware)          $35.00 each

Quick Release Boom-to-Mast Plate (with ss U-bolts and nuts)      $45.00 each

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All our antennas are contest proven and designed by the same people that use them — they are all used at the K8GP Contest Group site in Northern Virginia!

We have a vested interest in making sure our antennas provide the maximum in performance and longevity.

As you’ll see on the price lists, antennas are sold in both Assembled and Kit form.

If you don’t see what you’re looking for, call . . . it may be in the design phase.

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