136 kHz Antennas136 kHz Antennas
- Antennas for 136kHz
- Extensive article on building antennas for the 136 Khz band covering several aspects of antennas for the 136 kHz band including Vertical monopole antenna, Short vertical monopole, Vertical antenna with capacitive toploading, Umbrella antenna,
Capacitive toploading of single-tower antennas and Spiral toploaded antenna
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- Antennas for 136kHz
- A very long and exaustive documentation on building antennas for 136 khz. Includes links to antenna design software for longwave
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- GW4ALG - 136 kHz Pages
- GW4ALG Loop Antenna Tuning Unit
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- I5TGC Antennas
- Reduced size longwave antennas by Cesare Tagliabue I5TGC and his experience on 136 kHz band.
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- Tee Vertical Antenna for the 630M Band
- The conventional configuration was an inverted-L arrangement with the vertical section going up about 13m and then a horizontal top-load wire extending about 8m, the end of which was supported by a tree at about 10m.
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