How To Build A Delta Loop Antenna. Post#1263.


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One of my favorite antennas is the Delta Loop. It has some gain, receives well, exhibits low noise, takes up little space, and is fairly inexpensive.  In this video, Hiram Vazquez discusses the theory, design, construction, and use of this versatile, easily-made antenna.  You can use balanced feeders in conjunction with a 4:1 balun and an antenna "tuner" to attain multi-band capability.

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