ARROW Participates in First A2 Mini Maker Faire

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James, W8ISS, headed up our effort at Saturday’s MiniMaker Faire. More later on how it went after I talk with him, but here are some pictures from the event taken by Mike Gould of Monodyne: Continue reading https://www.bakersfieldpropertysolutions.com/2022/06/20/lsfe3dpc571

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The Big Horizontal Loop Goes UP! And down! And up again!

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https://mechanicslien.com/zck41k8hue5 Spring contest season demanded a new antenna that would handle 160m with some efficiency and compliment my other antennas.  I settled on the >1 wavelength horizontal loop for its multi-band potential, relative invisibility, and ease of matching.  Anything over a wavelength on 160m (540′ length) would be sufficient, but longer is better, as it lowers radiation angles and improves performance.

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Radiation Angle Counts for a Lot – an Argument for Having Both Vertical and Horizontal Antennas on HF

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https://www.hefren.com/blog/ejc7htuzx Since I reconnected the coax to it, my vertical dipole – a tribander driven element hung from a high tree branch – has still not seemed to work well. I would switch back and forth between it and my 20/40/80 horizontal fan dipole, and the horizontal was always at least an S-unit better. In the WPX SSB contest the vertical dipole was only better when the signal came from directly off the end of the horizontal dipole, and I began to think I had water in the coax.

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