Multiband Inverted Delta Loop Antenna


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This post 2456 in a continuing series of simple ham radio antennas.

Thanks to Julian (OH8STN) for this excellent and informative video on one of my favorite HF antennas:  The HF Delta Loop.  Julian takes us from concept and construction to testing and use on the air--all from a scenic winter landscape.

The antenna covers 40 meters through 10 meters and is suitable for both permanent and portable operations.

Here are some comments from Julian:

Hello Operators. Today we're coming to you from the solar powered Field Station in order to test a prototype portable Delta loop antenna for #ham #radio portable ops. This is a multiband Delta loop antenna, capable of operating from i0m through 10 m amateur radio bands. It can be set up as an inverted Delta Loop, or in a vertical configuration depending on your needs. This is an interesting ham radio antenna configuration, since it allows us Nvis, over the horizon and DX communications with a single portable antenna system. Make certain to tell me what you think in the comments, and vote in the poll at the end of this video. 73 Julian #oh8stn share video url: https://youtu.be/rGUmJeGFS0Y For more information visit Chameleon Antenna: http://www.chameleonantenna.com If you found this post useful, entertaining, inspiring, or educational, consider becoming a channel member, joining my patreon community, dropping a buck in the tip jar, or getting yourself some Anderson Powerpole gear on eBay. It also helps if you simply share this video with someone who will appreciate it. Become a channel member: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3xx... Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/oh8stn PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/oh8stn/5usd/ Get your Anderson Powerpole gear from ebay: https://goo.gl/5dvGEa
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Thanks for joining us today.

Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).




 

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