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Simple Ham Radio Antennas: Free online magazine Antentop 01- 2014 is ready. Post #362.

Free online magazine Antentop 01- 2014 is ready.: " Free online magazine Antentop 01- 2014 is ready.
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Free online magazine Antentop 01- 2014 is ready.
It contains 41+ topics, including:
Antenna Theory: Linear Array Theory- Part II;
HF- Antenna Practice: 44 Feet Dipole. Where is theTruth?: Lawn Antenna: Buried Antennas for  Emergency Communications: Simple Broadband Antenna for the 40- meter Band: Directional Antenna UA6AGWV. 7.00: Antenna UA6AGW in Experimenters byRU1OZ : Antenna UA6AGW V.40.20:Field Antenna UA6AGW V.40.21: Shortened Antenna G5RV for 14- 50- MHz Bands: Shortened Dipole Balcony Antenna for the 20- meter Band: Simple Window Loop Antenna: Simple Folded Dipole Antenna for the 20- meter Band: Simple Wire Antenna for All HF- Bands: Twin Triangle Antenna for the 10- meter Band: Compact Twin Delta Antenna for the 80- and 40- meter Bands: Delta Antenna for 80-. 40-, 20- and 15- meter Bands:Windom UA6CA for 80-, 40-, 20- and 10- meter Bands: Air Plane HF Antennas.
And other chapters: VHF- UHF Antennas, TV Antennas, Useful Pieces, Tube Transceiver, Tube Transmitters, Regenerative Receivers, Antenna Tuning Units and so on.

www.antentop.org.

Best Regards and 73.
Igor, va3znw.
Article courtesy of http://www.forums.qrz.com.
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Interesting online antenna magazine created and published by Igor (VA3ZNW). I've noted a few interesting antennas that are worth more investigation, especially those designed for restricted spaces, such as the simple window loop antenna and the "Twin Triangle Antenna for the 10-Meter Band."  Have fun!

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