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Antennas : 10M
- Mobile Antennas for 10 Meters
- Interesting article on mobile antennas by Cebik, W4RNL
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- Ground System on a 160M vertical
- Ground system measurements on a 160 M vertical by
Rudy Severns N6LF
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- Comparison of Commercial 6m Antennas
- Issue 35, October 1992 Six News
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- How to make an end-fed antenna work
- Here is a sure fire way to make end-fed halfwave antennas fed with a 50 ohm coupler work - without long radials, grounds, chokes, voodoo.
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- Build An LF Antenna Analyzer
- A Portable Low Frequency Antenna Analyzer, For those of us who like to play with antennas on the ham bands, one of the handiest tools to have around the shack is an "antenna analyzer". These gadgets combine a signal generator and standing-wave ratio (SWR) sensor in a small battery-powered unit.
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- ARRLWeb: The HF Mobile Antenna
- Members only articles on HF mobile antennas, includes an interesting RV antenna with a 5 bands coverage, and another similar antenna for camper.
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- Portable HF Antenna for the field day
- This article describes a project of asymmetrical hatted vertical dipole, a portable antenna that can be used for field day operations, sota, campings or even for fixed installations. This is a freestanding 20-10m antenna that is really easy to build, easy to tune and relatively easy to carry.
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- QRP and portable antennas articles
- This is a collection of articles, generally from QRP-L, about QRP operations and portable antennas. However, anything that looks interesting to me might end up here. These articles are posted here primarily for my own use; however, all are free to browse.
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- The Challenge: Receiving Antennas
- Importance of receiving antennas in working dx stations by Greg Ordy
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- Slinky antennas
- Slinky Antenna Basics, clandestine dipole
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- All HF Band Antennas
- F6ITV consideration on HF Antennas, from trap wired anternnas, to center feed antennas.
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- How to Put up a Portable Antenna
- Putting up wire antennas is always a fun proposition. Sometimes it is fun for the participants and often fun for on-lookers. There are at least as many methods as there are folks putting up antennas.
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- Cobra UltraLite Antennas
- The alternative multi-band solution, covers more bands than a G5RV, light weight, won't damage your trees.
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- Butternut antennas
- A Bencher antenna divsion, manufacturer of HF YAGI and Vertical antennas
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- Austin Antenna
- Austin Antenna employs leading-edge antenna technology in the production of the highest performance antennas currently available. Marine Antenna, Multi-band Mobile, Point-to-Point, Base Station, Wide-band Land Based, LPDA, Linear Omni, Triplexer, Scanner Antennas
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- The Gallery of the EME Arrays.
- A Collection of EME Reflector Antennas and YAGI Arrays.
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- A low power 3.5MHz ARDF transmitter
- This low power transmitter is developed for ARDF exercising purposes but of course can be used as super QRP transmitter either. With 1 or 2 meter wire as antenna and a ARDF receiver with ferrite-rod antenna the range is about 100m but with better antennas and a 'real' receiver the range is probably much larger.
[ Hits: 2035 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 6.5 ]
- N2APB Yaesu FT-817 review
- Yaesu's FT817 and Super Antennas MP-1 review by George Heron, N2APB
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- K0emt's FT-817 QRP portable station
- Transporting Yaesu FT-817 along with antennas and other accessories.
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- AA5TB Antenna Coupler / SWR Bridge
- Wire antennas requires a special coupling network to properly couple my 50 ohm coax to the antenna's high impedance (5000 ohms)
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