A collection of ten Yagi Antenna projects for the six meters band. We already featured six antennas for the six meters band in a separate article, and we focus here just on the Yagi Antennas for the magic band.
The Yagi antennas are the most popular and easy directional antenna to design and homebrew.
Here below some monoband Yagi antennas projects selected from our large collection of Yagi Antennas for 50 MHz
A Loop Fed Array Yagi antenna for 50 MHz featuring 11 dBi gain and 23 f/b ratio. In this excellent page the author even includes a detailed drawing in DWG format, with element lenght and spacing measures, in a separa file a full list of material list needed to build this yagi antenna including source and price, the EZnec file for this antenna plan, and a lot of pictures of this LFA Yagi for 50 Mhz. A ten page PDF file containing all infos, is also available to download.
The EF0604S is a compact 4 elements yagi antenna plan for six meters band featuring 8.77 dBi gain and a front back gain of 17.89 dB. Article includes elements dimensions and spacing, along to pictures of some homebrewed examples.
A homemade antenna plan for a portable yagi beam antenna for the Six meters. Consist of a 3 elements yagi beam design include antenna dimensions, with elements lenght and spacing.
The 2 element DK7ZB antenna, feature a 60 cm boom 28 ohm for the 50 MHz band
Six elements yagi antenna for 6 meters band. This antenna design is based on the QuickYagi 4 software by WA7RAI, uses a 6.5 m boom, feature 12.0 dBi gain and 35dB front/back
50 MHz extended 6-7 element ZX-Yagi antenna. Dimensions for the 7 elements and information on performance of a 2 stacked antennas featuring a total max gain of 20.8 dBi
A homemade 10 element Yagi Beam Antenna for 50 Mhz by Rod Mackintosh, a NBS Yagi on a 13.2 metre boom.
Complete plans and drawings to build a small 3 elements Yagi antenna for six meter band by Ken Willis
An option for restricted and limited space, to operate the six meters band with an indoor three elements yagi antenna by Brian Williams
In this PDF article Zack Lau describe how to homebrew a four element yagi beam antenna for 50 MHz band, including how to build mounting blocks and tubing clamps to hold elements.
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