Antenna Ham Radio

HF Ham Radio antenna

HF Ham Radio antenna

February 23, 2017
As ham radio operators, we’re always looking for a way to save a buck. I’ll frequently dig through a free bin of part, hoping to scavenge…

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VHF UHF antenna Ham Radio

VHF UHF antenna Ham Radio

February 20, 2017
Antennas for the VHF and UHF bands are similar in many ways to HF antennas. The main differences are that VHF/UHF antennas are smaller…

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Ham Radio antenna Rotors

Ham Radio antenna Rotors

February 5, 2017
An antenna rotator unit is visible in the middle of the mast. An is a device which is used to change the orientation of a directional…

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Ham Radio satellite Antennas

Ham Radio satellite Antennas

February 2, 2017
The following article was originally presented at a Project OSCAR seminar on September 30th, 1990. AMSAT-UK printed an abridged version…

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Antennas for Ham Radio

Antennas for Ham Radio

January 15, 2017
The antenna is the best HF amplifier Here you will find all kinds of antennas for nearly all amateur bands. Please select from the…

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Loop Antennas for Ham Radio

Loop Antennas for Ham Radio

January 12, 2017
The loop is erected horizontal to the earth The feed arrangement for operating the loop as a vertical antenna Full Wave Loop Antenna…

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Ham Radio dipole antenna length

Ham Radio dipole antenna length

January 6, 2017
You can also enjoy multiband performance without traps, coils, fans or other schemes. Simply cut two equal lengths of stranded copper…

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Ham Radio antenna Calculator

Ham Radio antenna Calculator

December 3, 2016
~ Calculator Notes ~ fo = Antenna tuned frequency in MHz. = Length (feet) of a 1/2 wave ant. (dipole), based on 95% of electrical wavelength…

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Stealth Antennas Ham Radio

Stealth Antennas Ham Radio

October 31, 2016
In the episode of the famous TV comedy series Hancock s Half Hour called The Radio Ham , Tony Hancock says: It s a wonderful hobby…

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Ham Radio dipole Antennas

Ham Radio dipole Antennas

October 25, 2016
You can enjoy Amateur Radio on the HF bands with nothing more than a copper wire strung between two trees. This is the classic dipole…

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