meter trap dipole
An attic coaxial cable trap dipole for 10 15 20 30 40 and 80 meters. This link is listed under Antennas/20M/20 meter dipole Antennas, at Coaxial-Cable trap dipole resource page at dxzone.com ham radio guide.
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.
For the SDARS Field Day I built two resonant, have wave, end fed vertical antenna. One was a single band antenna for 10 meters and the other, a trap vertical for 20/15 and 17 meters. I was very pleased with the results from
Hello All, Up for sale is a Barker & Williamson AT-55 trap dipole antenna. This antenna was never used some of the features are: * 55 Feet long * Two traps * Will also provide operation on 15 and 10 meters. * Installation
Therefore, a 40- through 15-meter trap antenna, like the trap dipole shown in Figure 3, might contain traps for 20 and 15 meters. When you're operating on 15 meters, the 15-meter traps effectively “shorten” the antenna by
Build a space efficient trapped dipole antenna for 40 80 160 meter bands using rg 58 and pvc pipe by w8nx. This link is listed under Antennas/160M, at Trapped dipole for 40-80-160 meters resource page at dxzone.com ham radio guide.
17M : Antennas/17M. trap dipole for 17 and 20 is listed on dxzone.com in 3 categories, main category is 17 meter band antennas (17 meter band antennas). Listed in our web site since Tuesday Feb 15 2011, received 1672 total hits.
My approach has been to wait until a project is finished and do one big write-up on it, but now I'm having second thoughts. I spent this afternoon putting up the first section of my new trap dipole and I'd like to blog about it so
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