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    6 band dipole antenna

    6 Band Parallel Dipole Array

    Three years ago I put up a 15/17 meter dual dipole array, simply a coax going to a 1:1 balun then to the dipoles. The dipoles were separated by 6", were 32' above...
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    160/80/60/40/30M Vertical DX Antenna

    160/80/60/40/30M Vertical DX Antenna

    The 80M antenna is essentially a dipole, with the coax center conductor going to the vertical element via a trimming coil and the coax shield going to the...
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    Boom truss, boom truss assembly, boom truss...

    Boom truss, boom truss assembly, boom truss support... seems you are thinking of a boom truss.
    Hope this helps
    73 W6TZI
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    SCR's, noisy nasty things. I used a 12 channel...

    SCR's, noisy nasty things. I used a 12 channel remote to select one-of-ten
    external hard drives which had a bunch of video on them, but there were always problems with USB hubs, so gave up on it. ...
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    Need a Wireless Remote Tuner?

    Need a Wireless Remote Tuner?

    I use a wireless remote tuner to tune my 62' 80M vertical on 40 and
    60M. The heart of the tuner is the small 12 channel remote relay board
    with its 12 relays...
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    How about a full sized dipole on your roof? ...

    How about a full sized dipole on your roof? Multi-band fan dipoles in the
    attic seem to work well in 1 and 2 story houses, they will work on a roof also.
    If you can go up to 24 feet high with a...
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    The antenna books say that elevated radials...

    The antenna books say that elevated radials perform better than buried ones,
    and they should be 3 or 4 feet high. I have a 160m radial stapled
    to a fence, 80m radial stapled along a roof eave,...
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    Using HF digital modes to test antennas

    Due to the popularity of the FT8 digital mode there are now
    thousands of hams worldwide using this mode on every HF
    amateur band. Using the free program WSJT-X and monitoring
    reception reports...
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