- AD5WB Vertical Antenna Installation
- Pictures and description of a SteppIr vertical antenna setup in a small backyard using DX Engineering radial plates.
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- AE5X Tower Installation
- Detailed pictures and description of antenna tower setup
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- Broadcast Antennas on Buildings
- When a broadcast antenna is to be placed on top of a building, there are special problems of feeding and grounding. The radiator is usually electrically short, that is, much less than one-quarter wavelength high.
[ Hits: 233 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 10.00 ]
- Calculating Your Radio Horizon
- The range and coverage of your VHF transceiver will be limited to your radio horizon. How to calculate the visual horizon and how to determine the Radio Horizon
[ Hits: 503 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 5.00 ]
- HF Antennas for Beginners - 30 Meters and Below
- An interesting article for beginners that guide new hams to find what kind of antenna to install, evaluating wire aerials, commercial verticals and how to setup antennas in restricted lots
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- Installation of a Utility Pole
- There are many ways to support an amateur radio antenna. Installatio of a utility pole will provide an antenna height of approximately 13 meters (40 feet) and will require no guy wires.
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- Installing a Vertical Antenna Base with no Concrete
- A step by step approach for a ham radio vertical antenna mount using only a hole, gravel and a piece of plumbing pipe
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- Installing Wire Antennas in trees
- Wire Antenna Installation in trees, Methods for getting the support rope up a tree and alternatives
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- W4TI - Installing the Hexbeam
- HX-B5i five band HexBeam installation
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