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Antennas : 20M : 20 meter Dipole Antennas
  • Vertical Dipole Antenna for 14 MHz by G3PND - An home made vertical dipole antenna made with simple material. The antenna has a total length of aproximately 16 feet. In this article appeared on June QST 2019, the author explain how he reached the optimal confirugation changing and adjusting the lower part of the antenna, trimming and spacing correctly the copper wire. PDF File to downloas
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Antennas : 40M : 40 meter Dipole Antennas
  • Half-Length Dipoles for 40 Meters - Complete collection of the four main parts of this excellet research on modelling and designing half wave dipole antennas for 40 meters band, covering all aspects beginning from full wave length antennas, to shortened, loaded and reshaped dipoles
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Antennas : Dipole
  • Reverse Engineering the Coax Dipole Antenna - Study of the Coaxial Dipole: Just how does this thing work.
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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 : End-Fed : End Fed Half Wave Antenna
  • Full size 80m End Fed Half Wave Antenna - The author reflects on expanding their antenna for 80m coverage during lockdown. They extend the End Fed Half Wave (EFHW) using a Spiderbeam pole and "cheating" by dog-legging across their garden. Despite challenges, they achieve coverage for multiple bands with minimal cost. Practical Wireless features EFHW antennas, including a pre-made 20m EFHW extended for 40m.
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Antennas : Fan Dipole
  • The Fan Dipole A valuable multi-band HF antenna - The fan dipole antenna as an alternative to the paralled dipole antenna, to achieve a larger bandwidth and a better tuning by decreasing elenment influences.A project based on the W6HDG original concept.
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  • 6 Bands Fan Dipole Antenna - Extension to an existing fan dipole originally modeled for 40 20 and 6 meters. This modification will add 80 15 and 10 meter bands.
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Antennas : J-Pole
  • 3 band J-Pole Antenna - Pictures of a 2 meter, 220, 440 copper J-Pole antennas
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  • The Copper Cactus J-Pole - Original article published on February 1992 on 73 Amateur Radio Today about the 2m and 70 cm copper cactus J-pole antenna
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Antennas : Morgain
  • Morgain 40-80 by IM0JZJ - This folded dipole, can be even built for 10 and 20 meters band, and can also give good results on 15 meters, with the sole lenght of just 20 meter of total lenght. Originally born to work on 40 meters, can be adapted for any band.
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Antennas : Multiband
  • Open-Folded W8JK Antenna for HF - Originally designed by John Kraus, W8JK in about 1940, this antenna has some interesting properties. The W8JK antenna is 2 (Two) centre-fed double-dipole fed by a pair of anti-phase signals. Small size, simple antenna, offer nice performance but need a tuner. Tested in this project from 30m to 6m bands
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Antennas : Portable Antennas : Theory : Impedance matching
  • The Gamma Match - The gamma match was originally invented as a means of feeding vertical monopole antennas for medium wave broadcasts, which were earthed at the base for lightning protection- Hams are more likely to use a gamma match to feed a dipole or loop element, but the basic theory is easier to understand for the case of a quarter wave monopole.
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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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