Arrl S Wire Antenna Classics

Author: C. L. Hutchinson
Publisher: Amer Radio Relay League
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So many wire antenna designs have proven to be first class performers! Here are two volumes devoted to wire antennas, from the simple to the complex.

More Wire Antenna Classics

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So many wire antenna designs have proven to be first class performers! Here are two volumes devoted to wire antennas, from the simple to the complex.

The A R R L Antenna Book

Author: R. Dean Straw
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ISBN: 9780872599048
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Antennas to Build — Ideas to Experiment With Vol 1: ARRL's Wire Antenna
Classics ARRL's Wire Antenna Ckrs l IJU4HIHI \ "flirr,, Antenna _.<T«» < lassies
Build a Better Antenna with DK Engineering! Hang 'em high or hang 'em low,
wires are the best antennas to use to get on the air simply and inexpensively.
Experience the satisfaction of building your own wire antennas. Now you can
enjoy a collection of the best antenna articles from ARRL publications. Inside
these books, you'll ...

The Arrl Extra Class License Manual For Ham Radio

Author: H. Ward Silver
Publisher: American Radio Relay League
ISBN: 0872591352
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The Arrl Handbook For Radio Communications 2007

Author: Mark J. Wilson
Publisher: Amer Radio Relay League
ISBN: 9780872599765
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FEED METHODS Most amateurs use either coax or open- wire transmission line.
Coax is the common choice because it is readily available, its characteristic
impedance is close to that of the antenna and it may be easily routed through or
along walls and among other cables. The disadvantages of coax are increased
RF loss and low working voltage (compared to that of open-wire line). Both
disadvantages make coax a poor choice for high-SWR systems. Take care when
choosing ...

The Arrl Operating Manual For Radio Amateurs

Author: Mark J. Wilson
Publisher: American Radio Relay League
ISBN: 0872591093
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Excellent references for installation of radial systems for verticals may be found in
The ARRL Antenna Book, The Antenna Compendium Volume 5, and Vertical
Antenna Classics (all available from ARRL). Use low-loss coax, such as RG-8 or
RG-213, and trim the antennas to resonance near the bottom end of the General
frequency allocations. If impedance matching is required, invest in good quality
equipment. Computer and Software You'll find a lot of resources on the Internet, ...

Amateur Radio

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... (approximately the center of the "band"), is 87 feet, 1 inch. The calculation is
based on two formulas, starting with: wavelength/2 = 492/f(MHz) This is the
formula for a dipole in free space, but the length of a real-life dipole with copper
wire is calculated slightly shorter with the formula we should all remember from
our license exams: wavelength/2 = 468/f(MHz) This takes into account the slight
resistance of the copper and feedpoint Publisher Title ARRL ARRL's Wire
Antenna Classics ...

The Arrl Handbook For Radio Amateurs 2002

Author: American Radio Relay League
Publisher: American Radio Relay League (ARRL)
ISBN: 9780872591899
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E. A. Laport, Radio Antenna Engineering (New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co, 1952
). J. L. Lawson, Yagi-Antenna Design, 1st ed. (Newington: ARRL, 1986). M. W.
Maxwell, Reflections — Transmission Lines and Antennas (Newington: ARRL,
1990). G. M. Miller, Modern Electronic Communication (Englewood Cliffs, NJ:
Prentice Hall, 1983). V. A. Misek, The Beverage Antenna Handbook (Hudson, NH
: V. A.Misek, 1977). More Wire Antenna Classics (Newington, CT: ARRL, 1999).

The Arrl Handbook For The Radio Amateur

Author: Chuck Hutchinson
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ISBN: 9780872591868
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A Simple Gain Antenna for 28 MHz With the large number of operators and wide
availability of inexpensive, single-band radios, the 10-m band could well become
the hangout for local ragchewers that it was before the advent of 2-m FM, even at
a low point in the solar ... When fed with 50-il coax, the SWR is close to 1:1 at the
design frequency, and is less than 2:1 from 28.0- 28.8 MHz for an antenna
resonant at 28.4 MHz. ... More Wire Antenna Classics (Newington, CT: ARRL,
1999).