A new wire antenna on my roof for the 40 meters band, and on the field comparison with the GAP Titan DX.
Planning to setup a double bazooka antenna for 7 MHz during next months to verify performance of the Gap Titan DX on that band. I feel like the GAP is not so well performing on that band and I’m goint to setup for the CW portion of the 40 meters. This is the basic schema
Double Bazooka Coaxial Dipole Antenna Info There is a lot of controversy surrounding the Double Bazooka Coaxial Dipole. Its bandwidth claims have sometimes been exaggerated. On this page I give details of how to build two different versions of the Double Bazooka Antenna. One antenna uses all coax the other uses coax and twin lead
One of the easiest and quickest antennas to build is the Vertical Bazooka, which is made entirely from coaxial cable.
A coax atenna project by WB4CPO from the late 80s that can be considered a double bazooka antenna. Type of coax needed — RC 58/U or RC 8/U. RC 58/U is the best. Use the same type coax for antenna and feed line. Maxium legal power can be used on the RG 58/U without fear
The Double Bazooka Antenna, a simple to build, coax based and broad band.