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DF9CY - ZX15/4 extended 10/4

A 4 element addition for 10m to an existing 4 element yagi (ZX antennas)

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DF9CY - ZX15/4 extended 10/4 is listed on dxzone.com in 2 categories, main category is Ham radio directional Yagi antennas (Yagi Antennas for ham radio use, manufacturers, plans and design). Listed in our web site since Tuesday Nov 11 2008, received 1026 total hits.

  • Antennas/10M - antenna projects for 10 meters band
  • Antennas/Yagi - Yagi Antennas for ham radio use, manufacturers, plans and design

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