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rec.radio.shortwave - 3 posts - 3 authors - Last post: Jan 3, 1998I also run a R. Shack antenna, it is that multi band antenna, intended
to be inverted. It is 65 feet long, 32' 6" to each leg. It is meant
to be strung in an attic or on a ...
rec.antiques.radio+phono - 1 post - 1 author - Last post: Feb 23, 1997101425 "ten tube superhetrodyne" multi band radio. ... 6Q7G I have connected
the set to my 42.5' one-wire antenna and found it to have better reception than my
rec.radio.amateur.misc - 4 posts - 4 authors - Last post: Sep 16, 1998Is this crazy or do most people have multi band antenna. Do you have to
do alot of explaining when pulling up in a parking lot and people ask What are
all those ...
13 posts - Last post: Jan 23, 2011I have a Kenwood R-1000 SW receiver, and have always used it with a longwire
antenna. It was 100' of electric fence wire strung through the ...
Harish Vummidi - 1 post - 1 author - Last post: Mar 5=E2= =80=A2 Strong experience with Multi Carrier - Multi Band UMTS and
... of RF propagation principles, cellular theory, RF engineering tools
and antenna ...
rec.radio.amateur.equipment - 3 posts - 3 authors - Last post: Jun 26, 2000N9YLN n9...@aol.com rec radio amateur equipment Hello I am looking for a multi band (10-80m) vertical
HF antenna. I will be ground mounting it so I don't ...
rec.radio.amateur.homebrew - 4 posts - 3 authors - Last post: Jul 30, 2002I want to use a single dipole antenna in an inverted V. I really only need ... Multi
band simple dipoles are usually fed with low loss open wire line or ladder line.
aus.radio.scanner - 10 posts - 5 authors - Last post: Jun 4, 2001On 03 Jun 2001, keith wrote in aus.radio.scanner: looking for plans to build a
SIMPLE multi band antenna must cover 30mhz.>1200mhz (Sarcasm first,
w8upd - 5 posts - 2 authors - Last post: Sep 15, 2010I think we can get most of the UHF tower work done and the HF vertical
multi band antenna up on the center post. We can make a parts
list for other projects too.
workhf - 4 posts - 2 authors - Last post: Jan 1, 2007For multi band, I install a wire for each band and spread the ends about
10' or more. I call this my Spider antenna. Both of these work
good. They do take time to ...