Ham Radio HF/VHF Antenna Lengths Chart. Post #1480.
Author: N4UJW (http://www.hamuniverse.com.
Accessed on 03 May 2018, 0436 UTC, Post #1480.
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N4UJW from http://www.hamuniverse.com has created a handy, useful, and easy-to-understand chart for those building their own HF and VHF antennas. You can use this chart to determine the lengths of 1/4 wave verticals, 1/2 wave dipoles, and full wavelength loop antennas. Antenna calculations are based on the general formula 468/F(MHz)=Length in feet. Loop antennas follow the general formula1005/F(MHz)=Length in feet. Copy this chart and file it with your antenna documents.
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