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Antennas : 10M
  • Duoband-Yagi for 10m and 6 m - This Duoband-Yagi has a boom of 3.60 m and 3 elements for 10 m 4 elements for 6 m and one feedpoint with 50 Ohm
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Antennas : 20M : 20 meter Yagi antennas
  • 5 elements OWA Yagi for 20 meters band - Computer Optimized using the very latest techniques. Particle Swarm Optimisation ensures the best balance of bandwidth and performance and you have it in this antenna. An easy build antenna for all
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  • Monoband Yagi for 20 meters - A monoband yagi for 14 MHz a PDF article from 73 amateur radio magazine by AB4GX
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  • A compact 20m yagi - Homebrew a compact yagi antenna for 14 Mhz suitable for those with small plots based on a design by AB4GX
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Antennas : 2M
  • 144 MHz 25 Ohm Stacked Yagi - Two Versions of 5 elements stacked 25 Ohm Yagis with 1,80 m and 2,00 m Boom
    [ Hits: 1822 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 5.78 ]
  • VHF Yagi for 6 m 4 m and 2 m - Triband DK7ZB VHF Yagi antenna for 6 m, 4 m and 2 m with a single feedpoint
    [ Hits: 1041 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 5.80 ]
Antennas : 6M : 6 meter Yagi Antennas Antennas : Dipole
  • 50 Ohm Coaxial Dipole - This dipole is composed by a coaxial structure and non-folded dipole made from two open conductive cylinders, and benefits from the stub compensation of a folded dipole by passing an insulated wire through the axis and connecting it to the ends of both limbs. By G4CQM
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Antennas : Homebrewing Techniques
  • Building UHF Antennas - This method of construction can be used on most UHF through \"low\" microwave Yagis, and is especially useful for the 33, 23 and 13 cm bands
    [ Hits: 517 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 10.00 ]
Antennas : Portable
  • YP3 Super Antenna tests - The Yagi from Super Antennas was tested the first time by IS0/DK7ZB in 2009 on Sardinia Island
    [ Hits: 554 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 7.00 ]
  • M0RUN portable 2 m antenna - Cheap and light portable 2m Yagi
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Antennas : Theory Antennas : VHF UHF
  • Cross-Yagis for EME - 4x14-(28) Element Cross-Yagi 28-Ohm DK7ZB
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Antennas : Yagi
  • 2-El Portable Yagi for 10-20 mt - This Yagi has a constant element-distance of 1,50 m. You must only correct the lengths of the elements for QSY, see table down. For the bands 10 m and 12 m the Yagi is working as a reflector-radiator-Yagi, for 15 m and 17 m as a beam with radiator and director.
    [ Hits: 2740 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 5.67 ]
  • 6 elements Yagi Antenna for 50 Meters - YT1VP Yagi antenna for 6 meters
    [ Hits: 408 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 2.67 ]
  • 10 elements yagi for 50 MHz - A homemade 10 element Yagi Beam Antenna for 50 Mhz by Rod Mackintosh, a NBS Yagi on a 13.2 metre boom.
    [ Hits: 778 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 7.00 ]
  • DL6WU Stacking Yagi Calculator - DL6WU based stacking calculator for yagis stacking distances by G4CQM
    [ Hits: 411 | Votes: 32 | Rating: 4.87 ]
  • Low Q Long Yagi - VHF Yagi antennas with low Q, extending the boom.
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