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Multiband HF Projects - Longwire Antennas

160–80–40m End Fed Antenna by GŘCSK
At the Junction Box , coax inner connects to the antenna wire (blue) and braid connects to the brown wire and ground spike.

Click to enlargeEnd-Fed Half-Wave Antenna & Tuner by VK2ZAY
For the on-going 2007 ARNSW Homebrew Group Challenge work I needed a simple 80 metre antenna. As a home-unit resident the size of a full half-wave is pretty impractical, but I decided to try it so I had a base-line to compare future shortened verticals to.

Click to enlargeLong wire antenna for portable operations by VK6YSF
With the view to establish a quick and easy multi-band antenna deployment for portable and camping operations a simple long wire antenna with an earth or earth plus counterpoise arrangement with a 9:1 voltage unun including a tuner or simply with a tuner is one possible solution.

Click to enlargeMulti-Band End-Fed Antenna by N4SPP
As the name suggests, an "end-fed" antenna is just that: the radiating element is fed at one of its ends, instead of somewhere in-between its two ends (center-fed like a dipole, or off-center-fed).

Click to enlargeThe W3EDP HF Antenna
The W3EDP end fed wire antenna lends itself readily to QRP and portable operation. A simple matching unit is needed to couple the wire to the rig and a counterpoise is required for some bands, ...

Creation date : 11/08/2007 @ 00:42
Last update : 04/03/2019 @ 13:14
Category : Multiband HF Projects
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