Moxon Antenna: A Great First Beam. Post 2172.

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Thanks to Dave (HL1ZIX) for this professionally produced and well-paced tutorial on the theory, design, and construction of the "Moxon Antenna."

The Moxon antenna is named for its creator, the late Les Moxon (G6XN).  The Moxon antenna is a fairly simple and sturdy two element parasitic array that can deliver approximately 5 dBi gain over a dipole antenna.

Derek shows us several examples of this versatile antenna which can be built for the HF/VHF/UHF Amateur/Ham Radio bands. An excellent video that should be part of your Amateur/Ham Radio library.
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Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).

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