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    • How to make an end-fed antenna work
      Here is a sure fire way to make end-fed halfwave antennas 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.
    • Feeding an End-Fed Antenna
      End-Fed antennas 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.
    • 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 dipoles.
    • Endfed 20/30 Mtr Antenna
      Article with detailed pictures of an endfeed antennna for 20 and 30 meter band
    • End fed halfwave antenna and matching unit
      One is an EFHWA for 20-40 meters, and the other is a matching unit for the antenna by n0lx
    • End-fed vertical j-pole and horizontal zepp vertical
      There are many incorrect ideas and claims surrounding end-fed vertical antennas (like the I-Max 2000), end fed horizontal antennas, Zepp, and J-pole antennas. This article describes it.
    • The versatile end-fed wire
      Benefits and limitations of an end feed antennas. By Peter Parker VK3YE - first appeared in Amateur Radio, June 1998
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    • "Halfer" End-Fed Halfwave Antenna  pop - 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.
      [ Hits: 24171 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 7.75 ]
    • About End-Fed Antennas - A basic article on end-fed antennas by KB6NU
      [ Hits: 2134 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 5.50 ]
    • An improved 40-80 double extended zepp  pop - 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 dipoles.
      [ Hits: 17249 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 7.14 ]
    • EFHW Vertical Antenna - Steve G0KYA project of and End Fed 1/2 Vertical
      [ Hits: 3587 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 6.80 ]
    • End Fed Half Wave Antenna Coupler - A 40m through 17m Mini End Fed Half Wave Antenna Coupler by Steve Yates - AA5TB
      [ Hits: 4514 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 8.50 ]
    • End Fed Half Wave Antennas - An interesting article on end fed half wave antennas
      [ Hits: 5892 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 7.67 ]
    • End fed halfwave antenna and matching unit - One is an EFHWA for 20-40 meters, and the other is a matching unit for the antenna by n0lx
      [ Hits: 9875 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 5.40 ]
    • End Fed Long Wire Antenna - The antenna is an inexpensive, multiband, end fed HF antenna. It has a matching network consisting of a toroid core and an antenna lead of 30
      [ Hits: 1826 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 5.00 ]
    • End fed-Halfe-wave antenna - This type of antenna has same performance as a dipole, but requires only one single mounting point
      [ Hits: 7515 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 8.26 ]
    • End-Fed 40-6 - End-Fed 6-40 Meter Multiband HF Antenna and an inexpensive, multiband, end fed HF antenna matchbox that is quick and easy to setup and use
      [ Hits: 1410 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 6.00 ]
    • End-Fed 6-40 M Multiband Antenna - This project produces an inexpensive, multiband, end fed HF antenna matchbox, quick and easy to setup. This project creates a trifilar wound, 9:1 UNUN toroid matching transformer. Handles 100W and need an antenna tuner.
      [ Hits: 1208 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 7.50 ]
    • End-Fed antenna for 160-80-40 meters band - This PDF File desscribes how to homemade a multi-band end-fed trapped wire antenna resonating on the low bands of 160 80 and 40 meters. Contains trap design instructions and some construction tips.
      [ Hits: 2166 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 6.44 ]
    • End-Fed Antenna systems - Article on end-fed antennas by ON9CVD
      [ Hits: 2663 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 7.00 ]
    • End-Fed Half-Wave Antenna & Tuner - VK2ZAY end-fed antenna for 40 and 80 meter band
      [ Hits: 3651 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 7.00 ]
    • End-fed Inverted V for 17-20-30-40 Meters - Four band lightweight antenna, that rolls up into an small Grundig antenna case by N0LX
      [ Hits: 7492 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 8.20 ]
    • End-fed Vertical and J-pole - Understanding Gain differences, j-pole and end-feed vertical antennas.
      [ Hits: 1357 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 1.00 ]
    • End-fed vertical j-pole and horizontal zepp vertical - There are many incorrect ideas and claims surrounding end-fed vertical antennas (like the I-Max 2000), end fed horizontal antennas, Zepp, and J-pole antennas. This article describes it.
      [ Hits: 8359 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 6.75 ]
    • End-fed wire antennas - An RSGB article on end-fed wire antennas and the W3EDP alternative.
      [ Hits: 942 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 5.50 ]
    • Endfed 20/30 Mtr Antenna - Article with detailed pictures of an endfeed antennna for 20 and 30 meter band
      [ Hits: 10337 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 6.50 ]
    • Endfed wire antenna tuner by KC8AON - A compact halfwave endfed wire antenna tuner that works 12 thru 40 meters with a halfwave wire for the band of interest attached
      [ Hits: 1431 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 10.00 ]
    • Feeding an End-Fed Antenna  pop - End-Fed antennas 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.
      [ Hits: 20329 | Votes: 20 | Rating: 7.76 ]
    • HF Multiband end fed antennas - A multiband end-fed antenna that cover 3.5 to 30 Mhz using a 1:64 Balun based on a FT240-43 core
      [ Hits: 3128 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 4.67 ]
    • How to make an end-fed antenna work  pop - Here is a sure fire way to make end-fed halfwave antennas fed with a 50 ohm coupler work - without long radials, grounds, chokes, voodoo.
      [ Hits: 41764 | Votes: 26 | Rating: 6.89 ]
    • Inverted L antenna for 5 bands - GM0ONX describes his five band inverted L antenna for small gardens
      [ Hits: 7384 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 6.75 ]
    • Multiband end fed antennas - This is a 200 Watt PEP step up transformer for end fed full and half wave antennas without radials, designed as a 200 Watt PEP
      [ Hits: 1858 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 6.85 ]
    • Multiband End-Fed Antenna - A homebrew project for a multiband end-fed antenna made with a single FT140-43 and 50pf capacitor and 20 meters of wire.
      [ Hits: 2882 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 6.12 ]
    • Multiband trapped end fed antenna - A multiband trapped end-fed antenna can cover 20 30 40m bands. An option for portable sota operations were weight end simplicity are essential
      [ Hits: 491 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00 ]
    • N2CX on End-Fed Halfwave Antennas - This original N2CX article was first published in the 72 newsletter back in 1997 or 1998.
      [ Hits: 3889 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 10.00 ]
    • Portable Antennas: The EARCHI End Fed - Endfed antenna using a 9:1 match by NT1K
      [ Hits: 851 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 8.00 ]
    • Portable End Fed Zepp - The no counterpoise antenna
      [ Hits: 2259 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00 ]
    • Portable Half Wave Wire Antenna - A portable end fed HF antenna article written by W0CH
      [ Hits: 4057 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 8.00 ]
    • Portable QRP HF Antennas - Notes on the end-fed half-wave antenna, single-band stub-fed EFHW and a multiband EFHW antenna
      [ Hits: 6282 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 7.00 ]
    • QRO End Fed Half Wave Antenna Coupler - A 40m through 20m QRO End Fed Half Wave Antenna Coupler by Steve Yates - AA5TB
      [ Hits: 3014 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 10.00 ]
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