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Lower HF Vertical Antennas

  SCV Polarized Wire Antennas - The Group Picture   SCV Polarized Wire Antennas - The Delta Branch
  SCV Polarized Wire Antennas - The Rectangular Division   SCV Polarized Wire Antennas - The Open-Ended Cousins
  SCV Polarized Wire Antennas - Shorties, Double-Wides and Twins   SCV Polarized Wire Antennas - The Bruce Array: An Update
  Voltage Feeding SCV Loops   Triangulating Bobtail Curtains
  The 40-Meter Bobtail Curtain as An All-Band Wire Antenna   Notes on All-Band Use of Vertical-Plane Deltas
  Verticals Without Vertigo   Some Techniques for Building a QRP Field Vertical
  Counterpoises, Capacity Hats, and A Standard   The 5/8-Wavelength Mystique
  Modeling 160-Meter Vertical Arrays: Some Baseline Data   Modeling 160-Meter Vertical Arrays: Appreciating Conductivity and Permittivity
  Modeling 160-Meter Vertical Arrays: Complex Radial Systems and Limitations of the MININEC (No-Radial) Ground   Modeling 160-Meter Vertical Arrays: A Potpourri of 160-Meter Vertical Antennas and Modeling Issues
  Modeling 160-Meter Vertical Arrays: Multiple Ground Qualities no Radials   Your First 160-Meter Antenna

Models with Buried Radials: A Small Compendium
The (Nearly) Perfect Parasitic Vertical Array for 160 Meters Part 1
  The (Nearly) Perfect Parasitic Vertical Array for 160 Meters Part 2   Half-Length 80-Meter Vertical Monopoles: the Best Method of Loading
  Half-Length 80-Meter Vertical Monopoles: Goals and Methods of the Study   Half-Length 80-Meter Vertical Monopoles: Baseline Data - Full-Size and Capacity Hat Verticals
  Half-Length 80-Meter Vertical Monopoles: Base Loading: Lumped Constant and Linear Loading   Half-Length 80-Meter Vertical Monopoles: Top (Element-Extension) Loading:
Linear, Zig-Zag, and Helical Loading
  Half-Length 80-Meter Vertical Monopoles: Summary Comparisons and Conclusions   Half-Length 80-Meter Vertical Monopoles: Descriptions of Models Reported
  What Is a Folded Monopole? Skirting the Issue   Short Folded Monopoles Some Basic Properties
  Short Folded Monopoles Extended Applications   Notes on HF Discone Antennas
  Vertical Dipoles and Ground Planes: What Antenna Modeling Reports   A Modeling Perspective on "Ground" Planes
  A Modeling Perspective on "Ground" Planes Part 1: Preliminary Notes   A Modeling Perspective on "Ground" Planes Part 2: Capacity Hats
  A Modeling Perspective on "Ground" Planes Part 3: Planes in Space   A Modeling Perspective on "Ground" Planes Part 4: Down to Earth Verticals
  A Modeling Perspective on "Ground" Planes Part 5: Regional Differences   The Insulated Radial Question
  Counterpoise? On the Use and Abuse of a Word   The Pseudo-Brewster Angle Revisited
  Where Do I Hang My Hat?   The 40-Meter 3-Way Special
  3 Wires = The Whole World   A Triangle for the Short Vertical Operator
  Screening 40-Meter Vertical Arrays   HF Vertically-Oriented Moxon Rectangles: A 40-Meter Example

An 80-Meter LPMA: A Design Idea and a Modeling Dilemma Part 1: Designing the LPMA With a MININEC Ground
An 80-Meter LPMA: A Design Idea and a Modeling Dilemma Part 2: The Adequacy of the LPMA Design
  The Slippery Sloper Argument