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10 elements yagi for 50 MHz

A 10 element Yagi Beam Antenna for 50 Mhz by Rod Mackintosh, ZL3NW

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10 elements yagi for 50 MHz 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 Wednesday Jun 13 2012, received 467 total hits.

  • Antennas/6M - 50Mhz antennas, antenna for six meters
  • Antennas/Yagi - Yagi Antennas for ham radio use, manufacturers, plans and design

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