At home I have a considerable reference file for 160 meter antennas.
Some of the I have
actually tried. Tonight I will email you some references. The one that
has worked for
me on a small lot is a 80 meter horizontal full wave loop. You feed the
at the bottom and a real good ground. The best 160 meter antenna I ever
my two meter beam (a Telerex ~32 ft spiralray at 90feet) fed with RG
17U and grounded
at the base and the outer conductor went to the top of the guy wires.
Jim Flanders W0OOG
Some mornings I wake up grouchy...and some mornings I just let her
>From: Fatchett, Mike [SMTP:Fatchett.Mike@tci.com]
>Sent: Monday, July 21, 1997 2:02 PM
>Subject: [TowerTalk] 160 meter antenna
>Looking for ideas and quick and easy 160m antennas. I don't think I
>have enough room a dipole. Not looking for a great DX antenna. Just
>need to work NA for the NA QSO party.
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