What bands does the Alpha Moto cover? This video says the Alpha Moto will work on 80-10 meters. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tis-knhuOLg This add says the Alpha Moto will work on 6-40 meters. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Alpha-MOTO-...enna-Available-with-80M-Receive-/121136767363 This link says "Alpha MOTO 6-40 Meters rated 500 Watts is tunable on 60-80 Meter [sic]." http://alphaantenna.com/pdf/Alpha_Antenna_MOTO_User_Guide.pdf The Alpha MOTO User Guide says 6-40 meters on page 1 and 3.5 to 54 MHz on page 2. On page 4 of the User Guide the SWR by band is shown. The 1.4:1 VSWR on 6 meters and the 5 foot whip point to a directly fed antenna, with or without a shunt resistor. The approximately 5:1 to 7:1 VSWR numbers for 40 through 10 meters point to some sort of lossy network. Might the Alpha Match connect the coax directly to the whip with a shunt resistor across the coax? The complex impedance data is difficult doesn't help much because the length of coax is not stated. http://www.alphaantenna.com/tech/Independent-Testing/MOTO/ The User Guide says to use an antenna tuner. The majority of modern HF transceiver internal antenna tuners are specified to tune up to a 3:1 VSWR. So, they cannot be relied on to tune the Alpha MOTO with its 5:1 to 7:1 VSWR (40 through 10 meters).