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Date Posted by Category User IP

2017-09-13 (UTC)

KD8FZH

Books & Magazines

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Practical Wire Antennas Book

The Book of Practical Wire Antennas by Hay’s is a reference book that pertains to the Effective design of HF antennas for the Radio Amateur. For example, this 97 page PB book describes both construction and theory concerning numerous types of HF transceiver antennas. For example, this book explains concepts concerning Half-Wave Dipoles, matching Dipoles, Vertical Diploes, including, mono-band and inverted V dipoles. Likewise, information is provided about Center-Fed antennas using feed-lines, and additionally, two ½ waves in phase. Likewise, this book discusses End-Feed line- long wire antennas, folded dipoles, full-wave quad loops, delta loops, grounded wave, including, the terminated tilted folded dipole. There is also information pertaining to radiation resistance, base-top loading, broadband amplifiers, multi-bands antennas, and a tremendous number of antenna matching-tuning techniques. No doubt, a fellow could construct his own slopper antenna with the material, therein. Foremost, this book would be tremendously helpful, especially, for hams desiring to operate 1.8-30 Megahertz. Conclusively, I am asking 15.00 for this book that is in good-excellent (all-most-new) condition.

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