Portable QRP HF Antennas
- Notes on the end-fed half-wave antenna
, single-band stub-fed EFHW and a multiband EFHW antenna
How to make an end-fed antenna work
- Here is a sure fire way to make end-fed halfwave antenna
s fed with a 50 ohm coupler work - without long radials, grounds, chokes, voodoo.
"Halfer" End-Fed Halfwave Antenna
- End-Fed Half-Wave Antenna
for the 7 or 10 MHZ amateur bands intended to provide a very simple to erect yet effective portable QRP antenna
An improved 40-80 double extended zepp
- Article originally published in ARRL compendium by N6LF revisits the classic double extended Zepp to improve pattern and SWR bandwidth.
The DEZepp is essentially two end-fed collinear
Feeding an End-Fed Antenna
- End-Fed antenna
s are NOT balanced systems; but neither are verticals, ground planes, discones, windoms, zepps, Marconis, half-slopers, et al. Additionally, the low-impedance antenna
port of your transmitter/receiver is not balanced.
The versatile end-fed wire
- Benefits and limitations of an end feed antenna
By Peter Parker VK3YE - first appeared in Amateur Radio, June 1998