40-15m antenna Sloper

The tower guy wires could be used as additional antenna radiators. The antenna that most suited this application was a 40m band sloper as the guy wire to be used was slightly longer than a 1/4 wave length at 7 MHz
post 07 May 2024
40-15m antenna Sloper

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Single 5/8 Flower Pot Antenna
Construction of the Single 5/8, whilst a little more involved than the basic half-wave antenna, is again fairly simple

Self's building of a HF2V, vertical antenna for 40 and 80m
First I regarded the antiresonant circuit Groundplane. There the antiresonant circuit comes to a 1/4 wavelength, related to the higher operating frequency 7 MHz

Semi-vertical Trap Antenna for 1.8 MHz, 3.5MHz and 7.0MHz
Having made many contacts around the World using the Tri-Band Trapped Dipole 18MHz, 24MHz and 50MHz, John decided to add extra Traps in order to include 14MHz, 21MHz and 28MHz


Linear loaded short dipole 21Mhz For my amateur radio activities on the HF bands I only have a 3.6 m wide balcony available for antennas. After some study I decided to experiment with a shortened dipole for the 15 m band

Rx antennas 4Square Rx Vertical Array

Rx antennas 4Square Rx Vertical Array My frequency design of 1.825 MHz a 90 degrees line would be 33,70 metersinstead of the previously calculated 33,27 m

A simple SWR Meter is to be used at HF

A simple SWR Meter is to be used at HF An SWR meter provides information about how well matched is your antenna with the transmitter and how well power is being radiated