Comparing the various Greyline Flagpole, Vertical Dipole Antennas

What is the difference between each Greyline Performance Antenna System?

Graphic: Performance differences between the various Greyline Vertical antennas: Looking carefully at the graph for the angle of signal and antenna gain comparisons you'll notice incremental increases in depth of signal penetration, on the lower bands mainly. As many believe bigger is better, we can clarify this by including a 43' vertical with radials in the comparison as well. "Pictures tell 1,000 words," right?

Color Code Key: *80M-red | 40M-blue | 20M-green* | 15M-orange*

Do you see that? On 80M, even the 12' HF vertical (Flagpole) antenna holds its own!

Notice the GP 20' and GP 28' VDAs have an even lower angle and deeper punch for deeper DX performance. (to plot the 24' consider it’s mid-range between the 20' and 28')

Customer Review:

Here you’ll see one customer reporting his installation (with pictures) is working 160M with the 16' DX Flagpole. That's great news! Anyone can duplicate these results. Doesn't that sound fun? It's certainly easy enough to do this at your QTH too.


  • "Real DX 160-6M at my HOA"
  • "4 Band DXCC in 3-months at my HOA."
  • "So pretty my XYL approves!"
  • "If I can hear it, I can work it."

+ See customer install pics and Real DX stories

+ The Benefits of Greyline Performance Antennas

Smarter, Stronger, and more Elegant than any other all band option!

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