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| QRZCQ - The database for radio hams - BETA |
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retired from a Telecommunication private company (TRS)
Voice over DATA specialist and IEEE802.11 Wireless specialist ;
Ham since 1961, Licenced since 1993 ;
REF user from 1972 (REF27327)
Actualy equiped from Home made W3HH look like an inverted "V", this antenna is in to be continued update ;
This antenna is evolving: its power is currently provided by the center and each side falls to the ground, and it is not finished.
Actually works on 80 to 6 m with some tests on 1,8 MHz but not very good (too small)
I use too, an one half of the wavelength at 3 m from the ground ; for this magic band, it is better than W3HH. for 6m, I study a variant of the HB9CV but with four elements supplied (I had conducted a two meters, it worked great)
for VHF and UHF, i am not in a good exposition and i just use a 0 dBd/5 dBd
It's usable with local and repeters ;
For mobile use, with the FT100, I am equipped with a helical antenna for 20 and 18 m, a CA-7MR for 40 m and a reduced VHF / UHF antenna to another base.
⇑ F1PBT / Pic 2