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Hentenna for the 6m band


The Hentenna performs better than my commercial Al-pipe dipole. Moreover it is easier to transport and/or store anyway
post 21 Apr 2024
Hentenna for the 6m band

Antenna 6 meter Links

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50MHz-Lambda/2-Vertical
The matching circuit is the same as above with the following components, C 1 = 20 - 110 pF, variabel Mica capacitor,C 2 = 2 - 15 pF, variabel foil capacitor

50MHz-Yagis
The 50MHz-Yagis are designed with an impedance of 12.5 Ohm or 28 Ohm and some types with 50 Ohm impedance

6 & 2 Meter Square Copper Dipoles
A 2m square dipole, made from copper plumbing fittings and 1/2 inch copper water pipe

6 Meter 5/8 Wave Vertical Antenna
The vertical is loaded from the bottom with a coil wound on a previous block


Linear-loaded-short-dipole-21mhz

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