An Hentenna project for the six meters band. The standard size of standard hentenna is width 1/6 wavelength x height 1/2. The antenna build in this project is a full wavelenght antenna for the 50 MHz providing a 6.8 dbi gain.
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that is about 50MHz antennas plans, homemade antennas for the six meters.
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