Coaxial antennas bazooka

Constructed using coaxial cable elements of reducing their size by exploiting the Velocity Factor of the cable. using typical 50 Ohm coax cable it might shrink an antenna to 66% its full size value
post 08 Feb 2024
Coaxial antennas bazooka

Antenna Bazzoka Links


10m Bazooka, WD9N
This antenna up on my 21 foot telephone pole to test it and it has 1.5:1 SWR

The Vertical Bazooka Antenna
The antenna itself is an off-center fed vertical dipole made by flipping an electrical quarter wavelength of braid back over the outside of the coax

The Little Stick Antenna for 2 Meters, VE3VDC
Very compact, only a meter tall on 2 meters no ground radials needed fairly broad bandwidth

The Broadband Double-Bazooka
The increasing interest in usingthe coaxial dipole sometimescalled the Double-Bazooka an-tenna for its questionable in-creased bandwidth is disturbing

Building a double bazooka antenna
The double bazooka is a balanced antenna it is made of coax each branch of the antenna has 2 parts, the first part consists of a quarter-wave shorted stub made of coax


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