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Antennas : 10M
  • 2 Element Wire Yagi for 10 meters band - A page with an embedded video about a two elements yagi antenna for 28 MHz based on the original antenna design by VE7CA
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Antennas : 20M : 20 meter Dipole Antennas
  • 20 meter short loaded vertical antennas - Loading is a way to lower the resonant frequency of an antenna radiator. This technique is typically used in antennas that have radiating elements that are too short for the desired resonance frequency. In this excellent article the author experiment loaded vertical dipoles for 20 meters band
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Antennas : 23cm
  • 23cm 1296MHz Field Day Yagi - 23cm 1296 MHz Field Day Yagi Construction, a 26 element conventional-style design. Article with several pictures and detailed homebrewing instructions
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  • 35 Element Yagi Antenna for 23cm - Antennas for the 1296 MHz based on the construction plans of some Yagis 35 elements by DL6WU, F9FT, DJ9YW. These antennas features a boom of about 3 m and gives a gain of about 17.8 dBd
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Antennas : 70cm
  • Cross-Yagi 10el Antenna for 70cm - 10 Elements Cross-Yagi Antenna for 433 MHz. The base of the 10el antenna is the recalculated RA6FOO antenna.Circular polarization is realized - by a phasing quarter-wave line, matching of horizontal and vertical polarization antennas
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Antennas : HexBeam
  • HexBeam Antenna Explained - A hexagonal beam is a form of the Yagi antenna which is based on parasitic principles developed early in the last century in Japan for achieving gain in one direction.How HexBeam antennas works. A hexagonal beam operates exactly like Yagi antenna, but instead of a driven element that is straight like a dipole, it is a wire bent into the shape of the letter M.
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  • Spiderbeam VS Hex Beam - Differences of Hex Beam and Spiderbeam antennas designs, performance and measurements, rotor considerations when using this two kind of antennas
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Antennas : Quad
  • The Swiss Quad Antenna - Rotatable Antenna with Phased Elements based on the orignal design concept of HB9CV antennas, is considered to have an higher gain than standard quad antennas. The Swiss Quad Antenna does not need any spreader or boom.
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Antennas : Theory
  • What We Can Expect from a 2-Element Beam - Method, Units of Measure, and the Dipole Standard of Reference. This article helps in understanding where does beam gain come from in directional aerials like in example Yagi antennas.
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