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  • Exploring the secrets of the Smith chart - If you're a Radio Engineer wannabee, you need to understand transmission lines. It's impossible to really understand transmitters and antennas without understanding lines. Using the Smith chart is far easier than really understanding the math by Chris Scott and associates
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  • Ferrite information - Ferrite Toroidal Cores, Magnetic Properties of Ferrite Materials, EMI - RFI Suppression Design Considerations, Ferrite Beads, Ferrites for RFI Ferrite Cores for RFI Suppression by CWS ByteMark
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  • Fixture for fast assembling VHF Antennas - This fixture id intended for fast assembly and disassembly of VHF antennas, expecially usefull for experimenters
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  • Folded Dipoles for VHF/UHF Yagis  pop - Make your own VHF/UHF folded dipoles from aluminium tubing. Learn tips for folding yagi, softening the tubing, bending jig and make all waterproofing
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  • From Transmitter to Antenna - A collection of articles on the subject of impedance, impedance matching and high-frequency power transmission by G3YNH
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  • Ham Radio Wire Antenna Tips - Ham radio wire antennas are the most common form of antenna used by ham radio operators. Here you can find hints and tips on diy wire antennas
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  • Home-brew Antennas - Notes on homebrewing antennas by Chris G4CYA, from gamma matching, to phasing antennas, splitters and combiners, baluns and measuring techniques.
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  • Homebrew traps - Traps can be one way round multiband coverage without the need of an atu. Learn how to homebrew your own traps
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  • Homebrew your own inductors  pop - Cannot find the inductors you need for an antenna, a tuner or amplifier ? Build your own it is easy!
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  • Homebrewing Yagi Antenna - Some techniques on homebrewing yagi antennas by VK5AJL
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  • Homebrewing: A Lost Art - A Packeteers guide to homebrewing
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  • Homemade Collapsable Yagi - Homemade Folding, Collapsable, Spring Mounted Element Yagi antenna
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  • How To Build A Stacking Harness - How to build a home brew coax harness for co-phasing and/or stacking 2 50 Ohm antennas, includes a table with velocity factor of common coaxial cables
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  • How to straighten Microbore copper tube - Article and video showing a technique to straighten Microbore copper pipe that is useful in antenna construction. This technique has been implemented to build a Quadrifiliar Helix antenna.
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  • Indoor Antenna Construction Tips - Safety tips and troubleshooting ideas by K2ZS
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  • Installing dipole insulators  pop - Installing your dipole end insulators, a beginner guide to proper setup wires to insultaors.
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  • K-FACTOR Table & Chart - Determine the K-Factor used as a multiplier when constructing half-wave antennas.
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  • Making Antenna Insulators - Making Antenna Insulators for Wire Antennas
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  • Metal Fatigue and Antenna Elements - by Technical Topics
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  • MMana-GAL Getting started - Getting started with MMANA-GAL antenna analysis software
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  • Mounting elements to a boom - Here is an easy method to mount elements to a boom, this can be realized at home, without the need of special tools
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  • Omega and Gama Matching - Article about omega and gamma matching, related to bandwidth, loss and component failures, heating and power ratings
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  • Open Sleeve Elements - The construction principles for open-sleeve elements in antennas
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  • Optimizing half-wave sloper arrays for 160 meters - This article presents a 160-meter variation of this family of antennas and, more importantly, a discussion of the details of how to get such a beast working really well.
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  • Painting Antennas - Painting an antenna protects the plastic parts from ultraviolet light and pollution and also tends to glue the hardware together.
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  • Phasing Harness for Stacking Antennas - How to build a phasing harness for stacking antennas
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  • Practical Yagi Building - A practical guide on hombrewing Yagi antennas, including notes on Driven Element, Transformation & Symmetrising Coax Lines, Full Boom length vs. electrical length, Elements & Insulators on Boom and additional tips and tricks, in English and German
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  • Protection for Yagi elements - The following discussion about the Aluminum oxidization & protection of Yagi elements took place in the Moon-Net reflector.
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  • PVC Yagi antennas - techniques - Collection of different techniques to homebrew PVC yagi antennas, including elements assembling, baluns and chokes, radiator box tips and tricks by dk7zb
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  • Radial System Design - Are the lengths of antenna radials related to the height of a vertical? By N6LF
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  • Recycling TV Antennas for 2-Meter Use - Green that aluminum into something useful right in your own backyard by WB2CQM
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  • Rolling your own balanced feed lines - An article by VE1VQ that illustrate how to home made a balanced feed line
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  • Steps to a successful Yagi build first time - The purpose of this page is to help the professional and amateur builder alike gain some invaluable information to ensure a successful, first time build
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