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Multiband HF Projects - Misc Antennas

Click to enlarge160m-10m Sterba Curtain by NØKHQ
"I live on a very small residential lot 65' wide x 100' deep. I have a tree in the front yard and a tree in the back yard. The sterba is hung directly over the top of my house. The bottom element of the array is up at 35'.
http://www.hamuniverse.com/sturba.html

Click to enlargeA 5 Band Log Periodic Dipole Array by VE7CA
In ARRL Antenna Compendium No. 4, I desribed how I modified the Telerana which was orginially featured in the July 1979 issue of QST.
http://www.ve7ca.net/AntLPD.htm

An Active Antenna by G3RJV
It occurred to me that it might be useful to have a small general purpose active aerial for times when I mighthave a receiver and be without an aerial.
http://www.southgatearc.org/qrp/activeantenna.htm

A Q&D Multiband Antenna by N7FC
A brick, some PVC tubing and a few other common hardware store items can be transformed into an effective Quick & Dirty RF-launcher—for less than $25!
http://www.arrl.org/files/file/Technology/tis/info/pdf/0406058.pdf

Click to enlargeFerrite Receive Antenna by PAØFBK
Sometimes it happens that realy no place is available for any antenna. Even then it is possible to 'keep in touch' when using this ferrite antenna.
http://www.qsl.net/pa0fbk/hampage_uk.htm#ferriet

Click to enlargeHF Receive Antenna by KØEMT
If you are only using the stock antenna that came with your SWL radio, Yaesu VX-7 or Kenwood TH-F6/TH-F7 you are missing out on a lot. Give this simple parts box antenna and matching unit a try and you'll be surprised.
http://www.dbbear.com/k0emt/projant/hf_rcv/index.html

Click to enlargeNB6Zep Antenna by NB6Z
The NB6Zep antenna is a simple inexpensive wire antenna, easy to build, that will yield excellent results on all bands. Only a dipole would be easier to construct and maintain.
http://myplace.frontier.com/~nb6z/nb6zep.htm

Click to enlargeThe Mark II Crossfield Antenna by G3YCC
The mark 2 Crossfield Antenna was described in Sprat 76 by Alec, GD3HQR . He notes that although it showed no directivity at HF, it was possible to null out time base noise from a TV in an adjacent room.
http://www.zerobeat.net/g3ycc/xfield.htm

Click to enlargeThe "SQUARE"-Pole Antenna by WB2VUO
The "SQUARE"-Pole is a 1/2-wave dipole that has been bent into a square. This is the principle of the `Squalo', and the halo is the same idea, but the dipole is bent into a circle.
http://www.zerobeat.net/g3ycc/squalo.htm

Click to enlargeHomebrew Kippeladder door PE1KQP
Voor nog geen 15 euro maak je zelf een full size 80 meter halve golf dipool antenne met kippeladder die met een antennetuner op alle HF banden te gebruiken is. De gebruikte materialen zijn in iedere bouwmarkt te koop , voor de kippeladder en antenne is doorzichtige tweelingsnoer van 0.75 mm2 (schemerlampsnoer ) goed geschikt.
http://pe1kqp.radiotreffen.nl/homebrew-kippeladder


Creation date : 11/08/2007 @ 21:35
Last update : 27/11/2016 @ 22:36
Category : Multiband HF Projects
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