In preparation for the Novice Rig Roundup, I was reminded of my poor state of affairs for low band operation at my Mesa QTH. I had put up a quick 40-meter dipole about 5 or 6 years ago, but it was only about 15 feet off the
A coaxial-cable trap dipole antenna installed in the attic provides a surprisingly effective solution to HF operation on the 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, and 80 meter amateur bands at a QTH with restrictive covenants that prohibit outside antennas.
The second trap is parallel-resonant on 20, so the rest of the antenna is disconnected on that band and just the center 26 feet works as a half-wave dipole. The reason it works is because the 15 meter traps act as loading coils
a w3dzz trapped dipole for 80 40 and 20 meters band by zl1bjq. This resource is listed under Antennas/W3DZZ, at Trap Dipole for 80 40 20 mt resource page at dxzone.com ham radio guide.
I spent this afternoon putting up the first section of my new trap dipole and I'd like to blog about it so that I can get this part of the project “out of the way”, so to speak. Besides, I'm going to England next week and if I wait until the
build a space efficient trapped dipole antenna for 40 80 160 meter bands using rg 58 and pvc pipe by w8nx. This resource is listed under Antennas/160M, at Trapped dipole for 40-80-160 meters resource page at dxzone.com ham radio guide.
an easy to make trap dipole antenna for 40 and 20 meters. This resource is listed under Antennas/20M/20 meter Dipole Antennas, at 40/20 Trap Dipole resource page at dxzone.com ham radio guide.
About Trap Dipole for 17 and 20. This resource is listed in dxzone.com under 3 categories. Its main category is 17 meter band antennas (17 meter band antennas). "Trap Dipole for 17 and 20" is listed in our web site index since Tuesday Feb
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