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G5rv multi-band dipoles - half wave end feds, non resonant end feds marconi g7fek , zs6bkw, zs6bkw junior are a few of the antennas we produce for the amateur radio operator dxer. Other antennas include the zepp, the half square and the double bazooka antenna. Wireless is what they called it back then, and still to this day, wire antennas are sending signals out on the airways. Amateur radio has progressed, and continually changed since the spark gap transmitters of that time. Long wire and dipole antenans for ham radio category is a curation of 178 web resources on , k0rwu multiband dipole 6-17 meters, all band dipole, wire antennas for ham radio. We offer a variety of multi-band and all-band dipoles that provide great receiving performance with low swr. Shop our selection of alpha delta wire antennas, including multi-band sloper antennas for limited-space applications and swl antennas for superior performance through 30 mhz. 171 - broadband dipole antenna with coaxial resonator for 80m. Specialising in new & used ham (amateur) radio, commercial two-way radio, marine & aviation equipments. While dipoles are very efficient antennas, they are not the only way to go. Some houses dont really lend themselves to installing a half-wave dipole. If you only have one support an end-fed antenna may suit you better. But be warned end-fed antennas can be noisier and also cause more emcinterference problems. Be sure that the wire that you use is acceptable legally as well as physically. In any place were the national electric code (nec), that is used in much of the united states, is enforced as law the minimum size of wire that can be used for an amateur radio transmitting antenna is number fourteen american wire gauge (14awg).


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