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This is a list of designs for any type of Wire homebrew amateur antenna To refine your search to show only vertical, loop, wire, portable, multiband etc. The Double Bazooka Dipole is a very efficient single band antenna which is very quiet and does not require the use of a balun. This antenna consists of coax RG58 or other 50 ohm type with the shield split at the center and the feedline attached to the open ends. Marconi spins in his grave every time a ham buys an aerial instead of building it. The plain and simple truth is that wire antennas for the HF bands were intended to be hand-made and not store-bought. Untold generations of intrepid Radio Hams have fashioned their own equipment out of spit and bailing wire. They slapped together aerials out of bedsprings, chewing gum, and frozen cow poop. For them, every day was Field Day. I think that home-built antennas should be awarded 10 db of "honorary gain" simply by virtue of their ingenuity. And in this world of microprocessor controlled micro-rigs, constructing one may be your only chance to build something and actually see it work on the air. The authors have, by adjustment of the networks and the dipole sections, developed a travelling wave dipole whose VSWR is less than 2: Visit antenna website Skywire Loop Antenna In we ham radio operators' continual quest for the perfect antenna system, we try some strange things at times, but often, the simplest is also the best. That is certainly the case with the basic "loop" antenna, an often misunderstood critter, but one that gives absolutely the most for each foot of wire of any antenna I have had occasion to play with. First, let me reassure you that such an antenna does not necessarily...

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This is a list of designs for any type of Portable homebrew amateur antenna To refine your search to show only vertical, loop, wire, portable, multiband etc. If needed, it can be disassembled into a very small bundle no longer than the longest element. Although a little engineering work is required, it is well within the abilities of the home workshop and all you newly licensed amateurs or 6 Meter buffs! Visit antenna website Coaxial Colinear You can build a colinear from coax by following this design. You will need to scale it to suit the frequency you wish to use. Visit antenna website Portable Magnetic Loop Antenna for 20m, 30m, 40m A simple multi-band magnetic loop antenna designed for 20, 30 and 40 metres, but by changing the overall length of the wire coverage of other bands is feasible. Maybe but probably not!!! Visit antenna website Mhz portable antenna Design for a portable J pole Visit antenna website Easy Homemade 2. Uses readily available parts and requires no specialist tools or knowledge. Or in geek speak a diy homebrew omnidir ectional colinear dipole design suitable for It gets a good boost in efficiency from the capacity hat which, unlike the commercial bugcatcher antennas, is located where it should be: The low profile of the capacity hat lets it cut through the wind while still remaining effective. This is the largest diameter hat which can withstand highway speeds without using a stiffer whip. Band switching is accomplished by moving the jumper plug to different tap points on the coil. You have to stop, get out, and manually change the tap. Fits onto a camera tripod. Visit antenna website Portable HF Transmitting Loop Antenna Small tunable magnetic loop antenna light enough to carry while operating, it disassembles into small but...

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Homebrew is an amateur radio slang term for home-built, noncommercial radio equipment. Some items can be home-brewed at similar or lower cost than purchased equivalents. In the early years of amateur radio, long before factory-built gear was easily available, hams built their own transmitting and receiving equipment, known as homebrewing. Homebrewing was often encouraged by amateur radio publications. Today, only a minority of hams own and operate completely homebrew or kit-built amateur stations. However, there are many new ham radio kit suppliers, and the "art" of homebrewing is alive and thriving. Homebrewing differs from kit-building in that "homebrew" connotes the process of constructing equipment using parts and designs gathered from varied and often improvised sources. Even the most skilled homebrewer may not have time or resources to build the equivalent of modern commercially made amateur radio gear from scratch, as the commercial units contain custom integrated circuits, custom cabinets, and are the end result of multiple prototypes and exhaustive testing. However, constructing one's own equipment using relatively simple designs and easily obtainable or junk box electronic components is still possible. Homebrew enthusiasts say that building one's own radio equipment is fun and gives them the satisfaction that comes from mastering electronic knowledge. QRPers are ham radio enthusiasts known to use a power output of five watts, sometimes operating with as little as milliwatts or even less. Extremely low power—one watt and below—is often referred to by hobbyists as QRPp. Commercial transceivers designed to operate at or near-QRP power levels have been available for many years, but some QRPers prefer to design and build their own equipment, either from kits or from scratch. Many build miniature transmitters and transceivers into Altoids boxes and operate using battery power. QRP activity can often be heard on 7. Generally, any small, home-built tube-type transmitter...

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The pole was used to support a vertical loop and was bent under some tension from the wire to reduce sag. As can be seen I had assumed that zip tying the pole to a fence post was an adequate fixing. It may well have been had I also managed to put something solid inside the pole but I had nothing suitable to hand and took a risk. It was quite a gale that brought down the pole — you can see the remains of an old budlea in the photo which was snapped off and across the road a conifer was uprooted. It took best part of a day to erect the loop as my original multi pole support idea was a total failure — fishing poles are very bendy and trying to support a wire between two of them leads to massive sag. With the advent of affordable good quality equipment the art of homebrew is in danger of dying out in mainstream amateur radio — certainly it would require a true enthusiast to attempt to produce a homebrew multiband multimode HF transceiver. For some bands there is no commercially produced equipment so homebrew is the order of the day there but any amateur not venturing past the mainstream can assemble a station entirely from commercially bought equipment. I have no doubt that many do just that but they are missing out on the pleasure derived from a contact made at least in part if not entirely using equipment constructed from scratch by themselves. Regardless of band there is one part of the station, indeed in many respects the most important part, that lends itself readily to home construction — the antenna. This section is devoted to the homebrew amateur radio antenna. A growing collection of links to...

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Matches 1 - 10 of 21 - This is a list of designs for any type of Portable homebrew amateur antenna. To refine your search to show only vertical, loop, wire, portable. The alternate text for the picture above is “If it stays up it ain't high enough”. In truth what it should be is don't expect success every time. Certainly don't let. Homebrew is an amateur radio slang term for home-built, noncommercial radio equipment. Antenna theory · Automatic Link Establishment · Automatic Packet Reporting System · Call signs · Contesting · Direction finding · DX communication.

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