A new wire antenna on my roof for the 40 meters band, and on the field comparison with the GAP Titan DX.
GAP Titan DX maintenance and SWR fixes.
A £10 QRP Portable Multiband Antenna for HF, VHF and UHF
The Gamma match is the most used matching device used for yagi beams. What it does is: A Yagi almost never has an impedance of 50 ohms. In other chapters i told that Gain, bandwith, F/B etc. all relate to eachother these figures are never all high at one point. A well designed yagi has
This 2m yagi uses design data from DK72B’s excellent yagi website. The element to boom mounting used here may be of use to some as it does not use any polamid mounting / insulating clamps at a cost of 2 euro each ( this is a 7 el crossed Yagi so twelve clamps would be
A windom antenna for 10 to 80 meters band – a design by PU1LHP
A Vertical Antenna for 7 HMz
The Grid Yagi (or Grid Quad) is a high performance yagi antenna that can be built with readily obtainable inexpensive materials. Described here is a 6 element 2 meter version with a boom length of about 1 wavelength. The boom is made of 11?2 inch pvc pipe, although any suitable material can be used, such
Quickie Vertical Hear I am sitting in front of the rig listening to everyone working CQ World Wide, and I don’t really have time for this, but I hear a few interesting stations on 20 meters and try to call them. Trying to bust the pile up with 100 watts and my hustler dipole is
Loop Antennas The Principles of the Loop Antenna article was in a newsletter of the MDXC. The next three were from a talk that Mike Bates and James Dale gave to the Northland Antique Radio Club’s Radio Workshop at the Pavek Museum of Broadcasting.