|Author:||ARRL Inc.,Edith Lennon|
|Title:||Short Antennas for 160 Meter Radio|
|Format:||rtf mbr docx doc|
|ePUB size:||1538 kb|
|FB2 size:||1772 kb|
|DJVU size:||1744 kb|
|Publisher:||Amer Radio Relay League (March 30, 2012)|
Compact Antennas Are Possible on Top Band! 160 meters is known to radio amateurs as top band. This is not a finished book - it is a prototype collection of articles that gives patchy coverage of modeled results for transmit antennas at . MHz (160 meter wavelength) - the extension of the amateur radio "short wave" band into the top of the AM broadcast band.
160 meters is known to radio amateurs as �top band. Short Antennas for 160 Meter Radio dares to discuss the possibility of smaller antennas for this intriguing band. Intended for amateurs with advanced skills in antenna modeling, Grant Bingeman, KM5KG, walks you through the theory behind innovative designs for relatively compact antennas. You�ll learn how to enhance bandwidth, minimize loss, and employ other techniques to enjoy 160 meters with limited real estate.
The American Radio Relay League (ARRL) is the national association for amateur radio, connecting hams around the . with news, information and resources. You've reached the page for Short Antennas for 160 Meters by Grant Bingeman, KM5KG. Download the Method of Moment files used in Short Antennas for 160 Meters. Download the color illustrations used in Short Antennas for 160 Meters. Back to Top. Having Trouble? Publications & Online Store Product Notes 160 Meter Antennas. Antenna Modeling for Beginners. Get on the Air with HF Digital. Ham Radio for Arduino and PICAXE. ARRL's Low Power Communication. ARRL's Small Antennas for Small Spaces. Radio Amateur's Workshop.
Short Antennas for 160 Meter Radio dares to discuss the possibility of smaller antennas for this intriguing band. Intended for amateurs with advanced Short Antennas for 160 Meter Radio. Compact Antennas Are Possible on Top Band! 160 meters is known to radio amateurs as top band. Paperback, First, 64 pages.
Book is sold! ARRL - Short Antennas for 160 Meter Radio Employ techniques to enjoy 160 meters with limited real-estate. For amateurs with advanced skills in antenna modeling. 45 including Postage to US. Bill W2CQ bmarx @ bellsouth. This book might be a useful collection of models, all evaluated for . MHz, always. assuming an added loading-coil to make the short antenna resonant, that give almost-adequate coverage of vertical, straight-wire antennas with optional.
See "Aiming for a Clean Sweep is Big Part of ARRL November Sweepstakes" for more details and information. SS phone logs are due by November 25. - eHam. net is a Web site dedicated to ham radio (amateur radio). Even one elevated quarter-wave radial will make a big difference, if you have room. dio by Grant Bingeman, KM5KG, might provide some ideas. You may even be able to put out enough signal to make a few contacts simply by loading up your existing 40- or 80-meter dipole.
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