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    • Coaxial-Cable Trap Dipole - An Attic Coaxial-Cable trap dipole for 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, and 80 meters
    • Longwire Antenna Instructions - Instructions for Putting up a Long-Wire Antenna
    • Wire antenna - The $4 Special all band wire antenna
    • 40 thru 10 Meter Zepp Antenna - A modified 20 meter double zepp wire Operating Bands: 40 thru 10 meters (with tuner), basic construction and performance information.
    • G5RV Antenna - Notes, and considerations about the G5RV antenna
    • G5RV Antenna - The G5RV antenna, with its special feeder arrangement, is a multiband centre-fed antenna capable of very efficient operation on all hf bands from 3.5 to 28 MHz
    • AM Antennas - The ultimate AM loop antenna article. It is the only article that includes the calculations and detailed plans
    • Longwire antenna basics - basic notes on building longwire antennas for medium waves
    • The FD4 (FD3) Windom Antenna - The 4-band Fritzel model FD4 is a special version of a Windom antenna. It is a half-wave long on the lowest frequency, and is fed from a coax cable through a transformer inserted in the wire at one-third from one end
    • New Carolina windom antenna - PDF file by QRP Expressions by By N. T. Len Carlson, K4IWL
    • 80 meters wire antenna - A reduced-size 80-meter antenna designed for small lots, portable use, and a fine companion for QRP
    • 6-Band Windom antenna - Theory and construction of a novel trapless center-loaded off-center-fed (cl-ocf) dipole or windom antenna for the 80, 40, 30, 20, 15 and 10m hf amateur radio (ham) bands
    • Picture of a multiband dipole - Pictures of a multiband dipole, build with simple PVC T and standard electrical wire
    • Balun Theory - The word balun means balanced-unbalanced: it's used to adapt a balanced device to an unbalanced one
    • Cheap antenna to make from 160m - 6m - The antenna is nothing more than a simple 2.4 metre square loop drawing pinned to the internal brick wall of the spare bedroom. Yep, thats right, the inside wall of the spare bedroom - ideal for flat dwellers, hotel rooms or whinging neighbours, The loop has a simple switched inductance at the top of the square loop and uses a simple coaxial stub to tune the antenna. An additional variable capacitor placed across the feedpoint can be used to fine tune the resonance of the antenna, by Andy G0FTD
    • Short Dipoles - Short dipoles and verticals for 160 80 and 40 meters
    • Rotatable Dipoles - Portable, and shortened with loading coils rotatable dipoles for 6 meters, 20 meters and multibands.
    • Indoor antenna de F6CYV - Indoor wire antenna project for 7 Mhz band
    • Double-L For 80/160 - Double-L Antenna For 80/160 by Don Toman, K2KQ
    • Choosing wire for an antenna - One of the most asked questions when it comes to antennas is what kind of wire should I use
    • Multiband dipole comparison - A comparison of different multi-band dipole techniques
    • Folded Dipole - All about folded dipoles, a variation of the dipole is an antenna called a folded dipole. It radiates like a dipole but sort of looks like a squashed quad.
    • DX Dual Dipole - Two dipoles fed from the same coaxial line by n6bz for 20 and 15 meters
    • Magnetic Longwire Baluns - Do these things do exactly what they say they do, or are they total hogwash? - Patrick lifts the lid on the MLB
    • Build a Double Bazooka HF antenna - Build a double bazooka coaxial dipole, broad-band dipole antenna
    • Inverted L antenna - The ever-popular inverted L antnna, a fast to implement and setup shortwave antenna project by Arnie Coro C02KK
    • 40m Short Antenna - GM4JMU shortened dipole for 40 meters band
    • Multiband wire antennas and ATUs - DC1YB experience on multiband wire antennas. In particular examine FD4 windom and G5RV antenna, considering noise levels and matching aspects. Author reviews also the usage of Automatic antenna tuners in TS-50 TS-480 and GC-3000
    • A low cost fishing pole vertical antenna - This antenna is based on a 10 Metre long fibreglass fishing pole, by G4AON
    • 160 metre L antenna - by Greg Weinfurtner AEE BSS
    • Dipole Height - How High should my Dipole be? Dipole Antennas and the effect of height above ground
    • Homebrew a W3DZZ antenna - Build your own multiband W3DZZ antenna resonating on 80 40 20 15 and 10 meters band
    • Switchable Antenna 80/160 meters band - A switchable antenna for 80/160 meters by IK1ZOY. A new version of a 1/4L 80 m. dipole modified for use in 160 m. band. using it's own coaxial cable feeder to wrap a coil.
    • 20m QRP Dipole - Instructions to build a portable dipole for 20 meters
    • 20m mini loaded dipole - It is very simple to build and you can tune it in your shack room
    • Build your first dipole - The dipole antenna is an easily designed and made antenna usually used on HF, although can be (and sometimes is) made for VHF and UHF antennas, and in varying forms is also used as part of different designs of antennas i.e. as the driven element for directional antennas.
    • A Longwire Aerial for Six Metres - Build a longwire antenna for 50 Mhz
    • All Band Dipole - Antenna suitable for all the HF amateur bands, including the so called WARC bands by vk6ysf
    • An effective 3 band Wire DX aerial - A 3 band dipole for 10 15 and 20 meters band by Mel G4WYW
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    • Half square antenna - The elevated half square antenna is a very simple antenna that can be constructed from common materials yet gives significant improvement over a dipole at the same elevation. Ground mounted versions of this antenna are commonly used in amateur radio for 75/80 and 160 meter bands
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    • HF antenna for high rise dwellers - If you have ever tried transmitting on HF from a tall block of apartments, where it's just not possible to erect a substantial aerial system, then this article is for you by Mel G4WYW
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    • HF Wire antennas - About HF Wire Antennas for field day or any day a basic wire antenna article by VE3NXB
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    • High Performance Wire Antennas - Popularity doesn't guarantee high antenna performance, disadvantages of trap antennas
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    • Homebrew a W3DZZ antenna - Build your own multiband W3DZZ antenna resonating on 80 40 20 15 and 10 meters band
      [Hits: 14816 | Votes: 15 | Rate: 7.09]
    • How create simple dipoles - How to create a simple but effective half wave dipole, illustrated instrucions on how to build wire antennas
      [Hits: 3070 | Votes: 4 | Rate: 6.50]
    • How to Construct a Dipole - Basic and illustrated article on building wire dipole antennas. This page is about "how to build a dipole antenna"
      [Hits: 9839 | Votes: 18 | Rate: 6.73]
    • How to Put up a Portable Antenna - Putting up wire antennas is always a fun proposition. Sometimes it is fun for the participants and often fun for on-lookers. There are at least as many methods as there are folks putting up antennas.
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    • HyLaunch - Antenna Launching System - The HyLaunch, Build a Compact, Integrated Antenna Launching System by Bill Jones, KD7S, Getting a portable antenna into the top of a high tree can be a real challenge without the right tools.
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    • Indoor Antenna for 7 Mhz - Indoor wire antenna for 7 mhz from F6CYV
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    • Installing a balun - The correct way to install a lowngwire antenna with a balun
      [Hits: 5689 | Votes: 2 | Rate: 5.50]
    • Installing Wire Antennas - Before selecting an antenna system, you must first find a place to put it. A selection of techniques to setup antennas upon trees using pulleys or other tools
      [Hits: 1860 | Votes: 1 | Rate: 10.00]
    • Inverted L Antenna by VK1OD - This article describes a simple Inverted L antenna for the HF bands designed to work on 80m, 40m, 30m and 20m
      [Hits: 180 | Votes: 0 | Rate: 0.00]
    • Inverted L antenna for 160 and 80 meters - KN4LF article about a 1/4 wave fan inverted L antenna for 80 and 160 meters band
      [Hits: 2474 | Votes: 2 | Rate: 5.50]
    • Inverted L antenna for 5 bands - GM0ONX describes his five band inverted L antenna for small gardens
      [Hits: 5830 | Votes: 4 | Rate: 6.75]
    • Inverted L Antennas for low bands - 160 to 40 meters inverted L antennas projects
      [Hits: 130 | Votes: 1 | Rate: 8.00]
    • Inverted L Portable Antenna - An 87ft inverted L portable antenna working on 80 40 30 20 15 meters band by N5ESE
      [Hits: 1964 | Votes: 2 | Rate: 9.00]
    • Inverted V - Described is a simple inverted-V antenna which, when used with a balanced ATU, can be used on all the main Radio Amateur HF bands (80, 40, 20, 15 and 10m). The cental support is made in such a way that the wire can be coiled up for storage when the antenna is taken down.
      [Hits: 2921 | Votes: 1 | Rate: 8.00]
    • K0RWU Multiband dipole 6-17 meters - This antenna consists of 4 resonate dipoles made from 12 insulated copper electrical wire. The dipoles are resonate on the following bands: 6 meters, 10 meters, 12 meters and 17 meters.
      [Hits: 1727 | Votes: 0 | Rate: 0.00]
    • K3MT's Grasswire antenna - Another approach to hidden HF antennas
      [Hits: 7446 | Votes: 15 | Rate: 8.20]
    • LA1IC Coax-Fed slooping longwire - Simple, inexpensive and easy to erect, this antenna provides directivity, low angle radiation and a small gain on a number of HF bands.
      [Hits: 2560 | Votes: 2 | Rate: 6.00]
    • Levy F9HJ Antenna - A small multiband antenna for vacation in french
      [Hits: 4791 | Votes: 12 | Rate: 7.75]
    • LF/VLF Portable Loop Antenna - The octoloop antenna is a length of 25 pair telephone wire inside an octagonal loop shield of 3/4 hard copper pipe
      [Hits: 3320 | Votes: 11 | Rate: 5.08]
    • Line Launcher - The line launcher is a handy tool which is a must-have for anyone who uses wire antennas. It provides an easy way to mount the end of a wire antenna up into a tree. It basically consists of a fishing reel mounted to a slingshot, which is a tried & true design.
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    • Long wire and Un-Un - Testing log wire anennas and a unun by G0KYA
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    • Long wire antenna random wire - About longwire antennas, technically to be a true longwire an antenna needs to be at least one wavelength long, but common use of the term by Hams is for any random wire length that is end fed.
      [Hits: 1027 | Votes: 2 | Rate: 4.00]
    • Longwire Horizontal Antenna - An SWL longwire horizontal antenna
      [Hits: 447 | Votes: 1 | Rate: 1.00]
    • LU9DPD Windom dipole - A multiband windom dipole antenna for 80 40 20 10 meters, feeded with a home made 4:1 balun, in spanish.
      [Hits: 4378 | Votes: 3 | Rate: 7.00]
    • Maria Maluca Antenna - F5AD Maria Maluca wire antenna for 40 to 10 band coverage
      [Hits: 522 | Votes: 1 | Rate: 10.00]
    • Morgain antenna by I1CRA - A dual band wire antenna project in Italian
      [Hits: 862 | Votes: 2 | Rate: 7.50]
    • Multi Band Wire HF Antennas - Notes on multi band HF antennas by G8JNJ
      [Hits: 788 | Votes: 0 | Rate: 0.00]
    • Multi-band Inverted-Vee Antenna - A multi-band inverted-V dipole for portable operation by GM3VLB
      [Hits: 1625 | Votes: 1 | Rate: 7.00]
    • Multi-band Wire Antennas - Presentation by Al Peter to compare several popular center-fed wire antennas that cover multiple bands.
      [Hits: 733 | Votes: 1 | Rate: 8.00]
    • Multiband HF antenna - A multiband hf antenna for restricted spaces covering 80 40 20 15 meters Based on the VK2ERG shortened 80M dipole
      [Hits: 4270 | Votes: 4 | Rate: 7.00]
    • Multiband Open Wire Antennas - Why Multi-band Dipoles Need HEAVY Open Wire Line by Tom, K1JJ
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    • N9ZRT Kite-Lifted Antennas - Kite-lifted wire winch consists of 1/4 mile of 15 gauge, bare, solid, aluminum wire, spooled onto a wide pneumatic hose reel. The base pivot-platform locks into place for changing wind direction.
      [Hits: 1028 | Votes: 2 | Rate: 8.00]
    • NB6Zep Antenna and more - A modified EDZep for 20 meters, Yagi, Zepp Beam, Dual Dipole, Space Restricted 80 meter wires. Operating Bands: 40 thru 10 meters with tuner
      [Hits: 8279 | Votes: 4 | Rate: 8.50]
    • NorCal Doublet Antenna - A simple antenna that can be erected very fast, only need one center support, and do not take up much storage room. Works from 40 to 10 meters band
      [Hits: 2279 | Votes: 3 | Rate: 10.00]
    • Off Center Fed Dipole - A K2GXT project documentation of how to homebrew and setup an off-center fed dipole
      [Hits: 1487 | Votes: 0 | Rate: 0.00]
    • PA0NHC 80/40mtrs dipole antenna - Dipole antenna for 80 to 20 mtrs with END-coax feed by PA0NHC
      [Hits: 6521 | Votes: 6 | Rate: 7.67]
    • Phone line as a SW antenna - This article describes how to use a phone line as a shortwave receiving antenna, but be carefull telephone lines present a potential shock hazard, use at your own risk
      [Hits: 2267 | Votes: 2 | Rate: 5.00]
    • Portable Wire Antenna - W4ZT used this antenna for Field Day and other portable applications. He built them for all bands between 160 meters and 6 meters. You can make them easily using whatever wire you have available and make the insulators from scrap plastic
      [Hits: 1541 | Votes: 2 | Rate: 7.00]
    • QRP Antenna 80-40-20-15 End Fed Antenna - A long wire antenna that will load up on 80, 40, 20 & 15 meters without an antenna tuner and without balun coils
      [Hits: 4608 | Votes: 3 | Rate: 5.00]
    • Random length wire antennas - Random Length Wire Antennas by WIPL
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    • Random Wires revisited - Article on random wire antennas by KH6JRM
      [Hits: 80 | Votes: 1 | Rate: 8.00]
    • Reflected M beam for 20 meters - The Reflected M beam is made from a pair of wires formed in the letter M that are back to back. One M serves as a driven element and the other can be either a director or a reflector
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    • Rotary trapped-dipole for HF - How to build a trapped rotary dipole with many photos ecc.
      [Hits: 5075 | Votes: 14 | Rate: 7.64]
    • Shortened dipole for 10 & 40m bands - A shorten Dual-Band Dipole with overall length of about 11 m. For this antenna traps are substituted by inductors, in order to cover the 10 & 40 m. Bands.
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    • Simple dipole for your scanner - Construction of a simple dipole antenna suitable for use with a handheld scanner such as the AOR AR8000, and describes some of the benefits of using such an antenna
      [Hits: 5210 | Votes: 2 | Rate: 5.00]
    • Simple wire antennas that work - Dipole, inverted V, full wave loop and grond plane antenna quick reference plans
      [Hits: 607 | Votes: 3 | Rate: 6.67]
    • Slinky antennas - Slinky Antenna Basics, clandestine dipole
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    • Slinky Antennas - The first recorded use of the slinky as an antenna was by American soldiers during the Vietnam conflict. The slinkies were thrown over trees and used in emergencies when the normal antennas weree out of action
      [Hits: 8055 | Votes: 0 | Rate: 0.00]
    • Sloper Antenna Tests - Mark Connelly - WA1ION tests on slooper antennas
      [Hits: 2632 | Votes: 1 | Rate: 2.00]
    • Switchable Antenna 80/160 meters band Priority listing - A switchable antenna for 80/160 meters by IK1ZOY. A new version of a 1/4L 80 m. dipole modified for use in 160 m. band. using it's own coaxial cable feeder to wrap a coil.
      [Hits: 14522 | Votes: 6 | Rate: 5.50]
    • The 20-17-15 meter fan-dipole project - A parallel multiband wire dipole project by VE2XIP
      [Hits: 90 | Votes: 0 | Rate: 0.00]
    • The 5 Bands Wire-Beam - This wire-beam has one radiator-element, feeded with 450-Ohm-Wireman-twinlead and needs an antenna-tuner. For the bands 6m, 10m, 12m, 15m, 17m and 20m bended reflector-elements are used. The support is a cross of 4 fibreglass-fishing-rods
      [Hits: 5184 | Votes: 2 | Rate: 7.00]
    • The 80 Meter Inverted Vee - W8WWV Greg Ordy 80 meter inverted vee wire antenna
      [Hits: 1552 | Votes: 3 | Rate: 5.33]
    • The CE0Y 7 m Triple Leg - The supporting structure is a 15-m-glassfibre mast of DX-Wire. The antenna can be used on all bands from 10 to 40 m.
      [Hits: 446 | Votes: 0 | Rate: 0.00]
    • The CN2WW 80m wire-beam - Description of the 80m antenna used at CN2WW in the ARRL-DX CW 2007
      [Hits: 1153 | Votes: 0 | Rate: 0.00]
    • The Cobra antenna - This article explores the Cobra Junior linear loaded antenna for 80m to 10m bands. This antenna is a linear loaded dipole described by W4JOH in 73 magazine June 1997
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    • The extended double zepp - This wire antenna exhibits extraordinarily high gain in a bi directional radiation pattern.
      [Hits: 11472 | Votes: 27 | Rate: 8.04]
    • The Half Square vs the Loop Skywire - by Jim Stafford, W4QO appeared in QRP Quarterly, Fall, 2006
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    • The inverted V antenna - Dimensions for the inverted V antenna from 160 to 2 meters by N6JSX
      [Hits: 1040 | Votes: 3 | Rate: 2.67]
    • The Monoband HF dipole antenna - If you are looking for an easy antenna for your favorite band, you can't go wrong with an halfwavelenght dipole, all you need is 3 insulators and some wire
      [Hits: 2939 | Votes: 4 | Rate: 8.75]
    • The Mysterious Cobra - The Cobra antenna explained, article by Rick Littlefield - K1BQT
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    • The reflected W beam - Hexagonal wire beams for all hf bands, technical resource, EZNEC files, tools for antenna modeling and documentation. You can also order parts to build your own antenna.
      [Hits: 2438 | Votes: 3 | Rate: 8.67]
    • The Square Vee antenna - KJ5TF square vee wire antenna
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    • The Versatile Vee Beam - An aerial that you can use on all eight High Frequency amateur bands (80, 40, 30, 20, 17, 15, 12 and 10m) with an antenna tuner, and which gives significant gain on the five bands from 20 m to 10 m
      [Hits: 1062 | Votes: 2 | Rate: 10.00]
    • The vertical Double-Zepp - The vertical Double-Zepp 2x7 m is a very simple, effective 8-Band-antenna. The end of the Dipol must be 5-10 m above the ground
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    • The Zeppelin antenna - It consists of a radiating wire with a length equal to the half-wave of the fundamental frequency for which the antenna is cut.
      [Hits: 1657 | Votes: 1 | Rate: 6.00]
    • This old dipole - An antenna construction workshop conducted at Marshall N1FN's QTH
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    • Transmitting Antennas For HF Broadcasting - This paper discusses a number of common used HF transmitting antenna systems and corresponding reference antenna codes. The latter was developed in close consultation with regional coordination groups ABU-HFC, HFCC-ABSU.
      [Hits: 2104 | Votes: 1 | Rate: 1.00]
    • Trap antennas, coaxial trap, coax dipole antenna loss resistance - Testing and comparison of traps and trap antennas
      [Hits: 2849 | Votes: 4 | Rate: 9.50]
    • VE7CA portable tribander yagi - 30/17/12 and 20/15/10-Meter Tribanders and a 40 meters inverted V wire yagi antenna
      [Hits: 1711 | Votes: 0 | Rate: 0.00]
    • Vee Beam Antenna - A multiband HF Vee Beam antenna at VK5SW. If you're lucky enough to have the room, perhaps you may like to put up a multiband Vee Beam antenna for the HF bands.
      [Hits: 350 | Votes: 7 | Rate: 8.57]
    • VK2ABQ Wire Beams - The VK2ABQ wire beam is described in Les Moxon's HF Antennas for all Locations which also contains the original references, but they are rather difficult to find. The VK2ABQ antenna is a planar wire beam that can be constructed from a single hub and four spreaders.
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    • W0OXB All-band Zep Antenna - W0OXB All-band Centerfed Zep Antenna 160m-6m
      [Hits: 2471 | Votes: 14 | Rate: 7.72]
    • W1AB Killer Antenna - An elevated ground plane sized as a 40 meter antenna but fed with ladder line and antenna tuner for hf and 160 meters.
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    • W3HH Antenna - A large bandwidth wire antenna, with a good performance
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    • W3HH Antenna - Homebrewing an W3HH Antenna in french
      [Hits: 266 | Votes: 1 | Rate: 1.00]
    • W3HH antenna for 40 meters - Pictures and plan to build a wire W3HH antenna for 7 Mhz.
      [Hits: 4220 | Votes: 11 | Rate: 7.45]
    • W3HH Antennas - W3HH is a wide-band wire antenna article in french
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    • W3HH Multiband antenna - A french pdf file that explain how to build a T2FD antenna in all its parts including balun
      [Hits: 1377 | Votes: 2 | Rate: 6.00]
    • W4JOH Cobra Antenna - The original Cobra antenna, is a multiband 160 or 80 to 10 meter, designed by W4JOH is built using standard insulated wire of about 14 gauge and fed with 450 ohm ladder line down to the shack into a tuner.
      [Hits: 913 | Votes: 1 | Rate: 10.00]
    • WH2T Inverted L Antenna info - About a 160 meter band 1/4 wave inverted L antenna
      [Hits: 6473 | Votes: 6 | Rate: 7.50]
    • Wire Antenna - This page describes a cheap, weather-resistant and readily available type of antenna wire by HAMwaves.com
      [Hits: 763 | Votes: 1 | Rate: 10.00]
    • Wire Antenna for 75 and 80 Meters - This article is about a wire antenna that covers the entire 3.5 to 4.0 MHz band with an SWR below 2:1 consists of two coupled dipoles, one resonant at about 3.5 MHz and one resonant at about 4 MHz, resulting in the low SWR
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    • Wire Antenna Life - How long should a wire antenna last? Wire antennas are not forever. Installation and quality are major factors in the useful life. Don't forget maintenance. You can avoid an untimely failure.
      [Hits: 2437 | Votes: 2 | Rate: 6.00]
    • Wire antenna with coaxial cable traps - This multiband antenna 10-80 meters is a home made project by I1BAY. Has been used for SOTA activations with great results. Traps are done with coax cable turns, dimensions are in the attached schema.
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    • Wire Antennas for Ham Radio - Iulian Rosu YO3DAC / VA3IUL wire ham radio antenna panoramic with sample drawings
      [Hits: 371 | Votes: 1 | Rate: 10.00]
    • Wire Antennas for the Beginner - 1983 - ARRL QST Wire Antennas for the Beginner June 1983
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    • Wire antennas for the low bands - Experiments by G8JNJ on wire antennas for low bands. Based on these tests, conclude that for multiband (160 to 6m) operation, in a restricted area it is very difficult to beat a G5RV, especially the ZS6BK version.
      [Hits: 2189 | Votes: 3 | Rate: 7.33]
    • Wire Beams - A family of wire beams by G3TXQ
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    • Wire-Beam - Wire beam antenna for the bands 6m, 10m, 12m, 15m, 17m and 20m
      [Hits: 1788 | Votes: 2 | Rate: 9.50]
    • X beams antennas - X bams wire antennas for 15 meters band
      [Hits: 3673 | Votes: 3 | Rate: 5.33]
    • Your First 160-Meter Antenna - Notes on building a basic wire vertical or horizontal antenna for 160 meters band by L. B. Cebik, W4RNL
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    • ZZ Wave Net - ZZ Wave Net is a 40 & 80 meter full wave loop designed to fit on a city lot. ZZ Antenna is a folded dipole bent into an inverted V loop
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