Saturday, September 9, 2017

HF Multi-Band Dipole. Post #1245.


HF Multi-Band Dipole
(http://hamuniverse.com/multidipole.html).
Accessed on 10 September 2017, 0120 hrs, UTC.
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Comment:

This variant of the popular "Fan Dipole" antenna was based on work done by the Stanford Research Institute (SRI).  The aim of the SRI project was to develop a multi-band HF dipole antenna that would work without any need for cut and prune techniques.

The article provides all of the critical measurements, construction techniques, and materials needed to make a versatile, easy-to-use multi-band HF antenna covering the 80, 40, 20, and 10 meter bands without the use of an antenna "tuner."

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