Horizontal Loop Antenna Experiments. Post 2144.

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A great multiband HF antenna is the classic "Delta Loop."  The antenna is simple, fairly inexpensive, and offers a small bit of gain over a dipole antenna.

In this well-made video from Rob Wagner, we see several delta loop configurations and and learn how these loops compare to a dipole antenna.

Here are some of Rob's observations:

"This video describes my experiments with a new antenna for me, the horizontal loop a.k.a. sky loop antenna. We talk about the design and installation, and strengths of this antenna in terms of low noise. There are some examples of this antenna in action in comparison to dipoles. For more information go to the Mount Evelyn DX Report: http://www.medxr.blogspot.com.au SUBSCRIBE to this channel. Thanks for watching!"

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Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).

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