This week I’ve started investigating on Inverted L antennas for low bands (160 to 40). Expecially for restricted space scenarios, like mine. I found some interesting articles on the net, and a couple of PDF that I’ve embedded in an article dedicated to Inverted L Antenna for Low Bands
Surfing Youtube, I just discovered this amazing video that demonstrate in a very uncommon but efficient way how yagi antenna works.
Mobile Antenna Farm
Last week at the Scandicci Flea Market I saw this unique mobile antenna farm. The mobile VHF UHF Arrays are mounted on a Ford Focus roof. Of course I could not ignore 6 antennas on the same car !
This week-end I’ve finally setup my new vertical antenna.
I’ve taken some snapshots during the assembling procedure and will post later on in a dedicated page.
GAP Titan DX
After evaluating HF vertical antennas I’ve finally choosen and ordered my new vertical hf antenna.
Gap Titan DX is the choosen one.
According to characteristics and price the Titan resulted the one with the best price / performance ratio.
I ordered at Wimo (german ham radio dealer) and it arrived in 3 days via UPS.
Best price and fast delivery, thanks folks at wimo.
More posts will come about antenna setup
I’m evaluating these HF Multiband vertical Antennas.
- GAP Titan DX
- Cushcraft R8
- Ecomet 7+
- Butternut HF6V
- Hy-Gain AV-640
At time writing the preference is going to the GAP antenna…
I will post soon here some more reports from reviews and tech specifications as well as best prices from european dealers.