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7 Ideas For Indoor Antennas. Post 1710.

7 Ideas For Indoor Antennas. Post 1710. Accessed on 14 December 2018, 1800 UTC, Post 1710. Please click link or scroll down to read your selections. Comment:  Indoor antennas can be a simple, inexpensive solution for those radio amateurs living in deed-restricted properties (HOA/CC&Rs) or lacking sufficient space for an outdoor antenna. In this article from, we find seven ideas that can be used to design, build, and operate indoor HF antennas.  Thanks for joining us today. Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM). Indoor antenna de F6CYV IW5EDI Indoor wire antenna project for 7 Mhz band, basically a bent dipole antenna, design based on a project by F6CYV RockLoop Antenna G3YCC A Compact antenna for 10, 14 & 21 MHz Bands. A multiband portable and indoor antenna suitable for QRP operations based on an original idea by W9SCH that described this small loop in Sprat 60. W5A

7 Ideas For Indoor Antennas. Post #1040.

7 Ideas For Indoor Antennas ( Accessed on 12 February 2017, 02:55 hrs, UTC . Author: A series of articles compiled by Please click link or enter title URL into your browser search box to read the full article. Comment: I found this fascinating article today while I was searching for some experimental antenna designs.  Having once lived in a "no antenna" HOA/CC&R neighborhood, I remember how frustrating it was to design and build an indoor antenna to get me on the air. After a few botched experiments, I finally was able to build a simple indoor loop fed by 450 ohm ladder line to get on HF and a simple VHF ground plane antenna for my 2 meter work. This collection of indoor antenna projects should give you some ideas of what can be done to get on the air from deed-restricted housing. Try some of these indoor antennas and see if you can find a way to get on the air. Being off the air i