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Lower HF Horizontal Antennas

  Back to Basics: An Antenna Primer for New QRP Operators   Just Tall. That's All. Some Principles of Portable Antennas to Strive For
  Wi're We Using Wire?   A Note on Wire Size and Material
  Blunting the Edge of Cutting Formulas   10 Frequency Asked Questions about the All-Band Doublet
  How Much Coaxial Cable? A Case Study   The Multi-Band Inverted-V from Many Angles
  The Zig-Zag Dipole-Doublet   Unfolding the Story of the Folded Dipole
  Understanding the CCD   Modeling the T2FD
  Notes on the Terminated Wide-Band "Folded Dipole"   Notes on Wide-Band Multi-Wire "Folded Dipoles" Part 1: Some Idealized Illusions
  Notes on Wide-Band Multi-Wire "Folded Dipoles" Part 2: Some More Real Potentials   The G5RV Antenna System Re-Visited Part 1: The G5RV on 20 meters
  The G5RV Antenna System Re-Visited Part 2: The G5RV on all HF Bands   The G5RV Antenna System Re-Visited Part 3: The Almost-No-ATU G5RV-Type Antenna
  Notes on Mr. Windom's "Ethereal Adornments"   The Isolated Off-Center-Fed Antenna: Some Less-Explored Facets

160- vs. 80-Meter Isolated Off-Center-Fed Antennas
The "Ideal" Back-Up Antenna for 80-20 Meters
  Some ABCs of A-B-C: Notes on Triangles of Doublets   Resurrecting the Y-Doublet

Notes on All-Band Use of Horizontal-Plane Loops
A 40-Meter Star
  Horizontally Oriented, Horizontally Polarized Large Wire Loop Antennas   Horizontal Loops: How Big? How High? What Shape?
  Half-Wavelength Interrupted Loops: Their Evolution and Uses   Vertically Oriented Multi-Band Antennas
  The All-Band Center-Fed Inverted-L   Straightening Out the Inverted-L
  Long-Wire Antennas Part 1: Center-Fed and End-Fed Unterminated Long-Wire Antennas   Long-Wire Antennas Part 2: Terminated End-Fed Long-Wire Directional Antennas
  Long-Wire Antennas Part 3: V Arrays and Beams   Long-Wire Antennas Part 4: Rhombic Arrays and Beams
  Long-Wire Antennas Part 5: Multi-Band, Multi-Wire, and Multi-Element Rhombics   To Trap or Not to Trap

Some Notes on Linear Resonators: Part 1: 20 and 15 Meters
Some Notes on Linear Resonators: Part 2: 20-10 and 15-10 Meters
  Some Notes on Linear Resonators: Part 3: Wire Linear-Resonator Dipoles   Some Notes on NVIS Antennas
  NVIS Propagation and Antennas: Some Background Basics   Basic NVIS Antennas: Dipoles, Loops, and Vees

Basic NVIS Antennas with Reflectors: Dipoles, Loops, and Vees
Practical Basic NVIS Antennas: Dipoles, Inverted-Vees, 1-Wavelength Loops, and Doublets
  Some Basic Fixed 3-Band NIVS Antennas   Special Purpose NVIS Antennas
  Horizontal Heights and Sound Bites: A Short Note Relevant to NVIS Antennas   NVIS and ALE: Some Preliminary Studies

Vertically Radiating Horizontal Antennas
The IL-ZX Antenna for 40 Meters
  A Comparison of Closed and Interrupted Loop Antennas for 40 Meters   An 80/40 Quad Design
  Notes on Full and Shrunken 40-Meter Quads   Some Notes on Lower-HF Wire Beams
  Notes on a Wire Beam for 80 and 75 Meters   A Note on Substituting Wire Elements in Lower HF Arrays
  80-Meter Wire LPDAs   Some Notes on Antenna Bandwidth
  40 + 30 = 50 (Not 70)   Half-Length Dipoles (for 40 Meters) Intro
  Half-Length Dipoles (for 40 Meters) Part 1   Half-Length Dipoles (for 40 Meters) Part 2
  Half-Length Dipoles (for 40 Meters) Part 3   Half-Length Dipoles (for 40 Meters) Part 4
  80-Meter Dipoles and Inverted-Vees: A Graphical Scrapbook   Wide-Band 40-Meter Yagis Part 1: Standard and Non-Standard Designs
  Wide-Band 40-Meter Yagis Part 2: Alternative 4-Element Designs   Wide-Band 40-Meter Yagis Part 3: A 3-Element Wire Design
  A 3-Element Wire Yagi Design for 10.1373 MHz   Short Beams and Operating Bandwidth
  My Top 5 Backyard Multi-Band Antennas   De-Mystifying the Modern Dipole Curtain Array