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Antennas : 20M : 20 meter Vertical Antennas
  • 4m Tall Vertical Dipole for 20m - Constructed in May 2008, this innovative 4m tall electrically full-size halfwave vertical dipole, tunable to multiple bands, offers HF coverage despite its space-saving design. Inspired by cost-effective DIY alternatives, the antenna design departs from conventional center-fed approaches, utilizing asymmetrical dimensions. Despite resonance challenges, the antenna's performance remains viable, boasting broad bandwidth and adaptability, as demonstrated through SWR measurements and EZNEC predictions.
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Antennas : 30M
  • 30m Half -Size Rotary Dipole - A rotary dipole antenna for 30 meters band. Each arm is about 12.5 ft and is constructed from telescoping fibreglass flag/fishing poles and short lengths of aluminium tubing. Two short lengths of glass-fibre rod were used to insulate the arms from the supporting hardware.
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Antennas : 40M
  • Spiral Dipole Antenna for 40m - This antenna is an off-center fed spiral dipole for 40 meters. The spiral dipole is very compact, making it well-suited for limited space (like an apartment patio), while the off-center feed gives the antenna some multiband capability.
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Antennas : Baluns
  • QRP Balun: A DIY Project - DIY project of a QRP Balun. Using a high permeability ferrite rod and an old B&W dipole center insulator, he constructs a choke type balun for QRP use. The balun aims to create as much inductance as possible at HF, offering a high impedance to common mode currents
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Antennas : Dipole
  • Bent-end dipole antennas - Discussion about laterally bent-end dipoles. Bent by percentage of length and fine-tuned by angling the bent ends.
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  • Build a Simple VHF Dipole Antenna for 2 Meters: A Beginner's Guide - This article serves as a beginner-friendly guide to constructing a simple VHF dipole antenna for 2 meters, perfect for novices in the hobby. With an emphasis on affordability and simplicity, it explains the basics without overwhelming technical details. Recommendations for coaxial cable and mounting methods are provided, offering practical solutions for effective communication. By following these instructions, novices can build a functional antenna without breaking the bank.
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Antennas : Loop
  • Quad Loop Antenna for 50 MHz - Building A Full-Wave Quad Loop Antenna for 6 Meters. This is an easy antenna to build and the materials cost about $15-20. It exhibits 1.8dB gain over a 1/2-wave dipole. Using an open-wire parallel feedline (commonly called ladder line) with an antenna tuner, it tunes up on the 10m band as a 5/8-wave loop as well
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Antennas : Masts and mounts
  • Telescopic Fiberglass Antenna Pole Support Method - Supporting a telescopic fiberglass antenna pole for ham radio operation. Rather than cumbersome methods like using angle iron or PVC pipes, author employs lightweight tent stakes, toggles, and paracord to secure the pole effectively. With careful knot tying and simple materials, he ensures rapid deployment and stability even in windy conditions, offering a practical solution for outdoor antenna setups.
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Antennas : Mobile
  • DIY Portable Car Whip Antenna - Being frequently away from home, the author owner of an Elecraft KX3 missed the opportunity to work /M. They devised a portable antenna solution, incorporating a coil and car body, enabling multi-band tuning. Despite its unconventional design, the antenna exhibits promising performance, resembling a vertical dipole.
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Antennas : Moxon
  • Enhancing Performance with W8JK/MOXON Antenna Variant - F5NPV introduces a variant of the W8JK antenna design, employing the MOXON principle. With extended monopoles, it outperforms the Open-Folded W8JK, yielding a 1dbd gain improvement, enhanced performance on 30m and 10m bands, bi-directionality, and lower side attenuation. The design's focus on higher radiation impedance results in increased antenna efficiency and reduced losses. Despite these improvements, the bill of materials remains unchanged.
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Antennas : OCF
  • Angle of OCF L-Dipole Antennas - This page is a discussion about impedance matching by Off Center Fed dipoles in the Wide L-form. When a vertical or horizontal dipole is bent into a 90 degree L-form, the impedance drops about half.
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  • Tuning OCF L-Dipoles - The behavior of a straight dipole and its L-form is examined in terms of impedance and SWR. By adjusting the feed point or bending angle, impedance variation is observed. Impedance shifts symmetrically as the feed point deviates, leading to recommendations for optimal ratios. Model simulations aid in understanding and fine-tuning, crucial for achieving a 50 Ohm match. Practical tuning guidelines ensure efficient antenna performance.
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Antennas : VHF UHF
  • VHF UHF BiQuad - This is a vertically polarized Broadside and Collinear Array each Loop is a vertically polarized Broadside Array both the right and the left side of the Loop is a bent 1/2 wave dipole working 180 degrees out of phase with the other one and that gives you 4.15dbi of gain
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Radio Equipment : HF Portable Antenna : Buddipole
  • Buddipole Dipole Assembly - Rob, VK5SW shows the simple assembly of the portable Buddipole multiband dipole antenna.
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Technical Reference : Batteries
  • USB-C charging for Handheld Radio Transceivers - The article highlights the common absence of modern USB-C ports on handheld ham radios and the limited use of USB for power. The author, [jephthai], shares a solution involving a USB-C cable with power negotiation capabilities, allowing the radio to be powered by USB. By splicing Anderson power pole connectors onto the cable, the radio can now be conveniently powered by a USB battery bank, providing a practical alternative to traditional 12 V batteries for off-grid operations.
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