HF NVIS Antenna First Look. Post #1579.


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A nicely  done video tutorial from Andy Wragg on how to build a NVIS antenna for local and regional coverage.  Andy uses a non-resonant design to build this dual band (40 meters and 80 meters) NVIS.  Because this NVIS design uses non-resonant elements, you will need an antenna transmatch (i.e. "tuner") to realize maximum efficiency and low SWR for this NVIS antenna.

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Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).

Comments

  1. One of the NVIS "Bibles," NEAR VERTICALINCIDENCE SKYWAVE COMMUNICATION," by Fiedler and Farmer, out of print for many years, is now available from UNIVERSAL RADIO - DX ENGINEERING - JKI ELECTRONICS

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