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An Antenna Potpourri

  Notes on 2-Band (2-M, 70-CM) LPDAs Part 1. Narrow-Band LPDAs   Notes on 2-Band (2-M, 70-CM) LPDAs Part 1. Wide-Band LPDAs
  Design of a 2-3-Element Full-Performance Yagi for Portable and Field Use with No-Tool Configuration Changing
Part 1: Electrical Design
  Design of a 2-3-Element Full-Performance Yagi for Portable and Field Use with No-Tool Configuration Changing
Part 2: Mechanical Design
  Design of a 2-3-Element Full-Performance Yagi for Portable and Field Use with No-Tool Configuration Changing
Part 3: Improving 20- and 17-Meter Performance
  Designing Multi-Band Parasitic Beams Part 1: General Design Considerations
  Designing Multi-Band Parasitic Beams Part 2: A Small 15-10-Meter Design Example   Designing Multi-Band Parasitic Beams
Part 3: A 3-Element 15-Meter, 4-Element 10-Meter Design Example
  Designing Multi-Band Parasitic Beams
Part 4: Alternative 15-Meter Moxon, 10-Meter Yagi Design Examples
  Designing Multi-Band Parasitic Beams
Part 5: Alternative 15-Meter-10-Meter Yagi Design Examples
  Designing Multi-Band Parasitic Beams
Part 6: Small Yagi-Yagi Alternatives to the Moxon-Yagi 2-Band Beam
  Notes on Ribbons, Cages, Parasites, and Lines
Broadband Coverage of the 80-75-Meter Band with AWG #12 Copper Wire
  Adjusting Near-Perfect Broadband Antennas for 80-75 Meters   Antenna Systems
  Reinventing the (Big) Wheel   4:1 Toroidal Current Baluns: Some Preliminary Measurements
  The Dual-Element Wideband Dipole: Some Preliminary Notes   Home-Brew Design and Construction
  The ILZX as an 80-Meter Vertical   The Practical Lindenblad

MYY-TRI
Nulling an Unwanted Station: Worse and Better Solutions
  Basic Operating Needs of the Radio Shack   The Shack Layout
  Tips for Stealth Antennas   A Trap 2-Band 2-Element Beam for 17 and 12 Meters
  A Trap 2-Band 3-Element Beam for 17 and 12 Meters II   Yagi Driver Assemblies: Linear, Folded Dipole, and Quagi
  Forming Reasonable Expectations of Modern Tri-Band Beam Designs   My Top Five Backyard Multi-Band Wire HF Antennas
  Modeling Biconical Antennas   Notes on Home-Built Antenna Hardware
  The V-Dipole LPDA   Return to Cebik Collection Main Index
 

 

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