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6m LFA Beam Dis-assembly
Comparison of 6m LFA Yagi-Uda Simulated and Measured SWR
Azimuth Plots of LFA Yagi-Uda with and without feedline
SWR Measurements of LNR Precision EF-10/20/40 End Fed Antenna
Rob as seen through the 2m Collinear J-Pole Coil Choke
Only a ham would considering this a poetic portrait of a person atop Hawksbill mountain.
2m Collinear Coil End
Various Phase Stubs for Collinear J-Pole
Hoverman UHF DTV Antenna
Another view of the Hoverman antenna. The Channel Master 7777 pre-amp is seen in this view.
The Hex Beam Hub is ready for the next part of the Hex Beam project.
Hex Beam and K2 Contacting Hawaii
Traditional vs. Metal Hex Beam Mast
On the left is the usual non-conductive center post mast used for hex beam antennas. The material is often fiberglass or PVC pipe. On the right is a new all aluminum center post mast. An additional non-conductive post will be placed next to the mast for the hex beam feeders. See the article elsewhere on this site for details.
The aluminum antenna pieces are all together resulting in the 43 foot finished result. It was assembled while attached the the Tilt-Base mount and is shown here ready to raise. It is a very light, but very wiggly and cumbersome antenna.
Beautiful ain't it.
Up and ready for action.
Jumbled mess of wires and poles
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