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Radio amateurs and short-wave listeners all want to achieve the very best from their HF and VHF equipment. Receivers and transmitters are available to professional standards, but very few people have the real estate to erect the sort of antenna used by a commercial radio station. Antenna guru Peter Dodd explains how, by using a variety of simple techniques, it is possible to achieve very high performance from a compact antenna. Also detailed is how to make an antenna efficient on several bands at once. The book covers end-fed and centre-fed antennas, rotary beams, loops, tuning units, VHF/UHF antennas, antenna and mast construction, transmission lines, and how to estimate and measure the performance of your antenna. Whether you have a house, bungalow or apartment, "Backyard Antennas" will help you find the solution to radiating a good signal on your favourite band.
This is an ideal. Ok to help with erecting an antenna where space is limited.Published 3 months ago by L Searley
Despite arriving with a slightly damaged front cover, it is a good book for people with limited space. It covers basics such as theory, construction and choosing sites for antenna.Published 7 months ago by Eamonn Bias