You check out L.B. Cebik W4RNL web site. He has an article on 3 element
yagis antennas. I didn't see anything for 6 meters but it will give you
enough info to home brew your own. This articles are at this URL.
>From: "Dan Evans" <email@example.com>
>To: "TowerTalk reflector" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: [TowerTalk] homebrewing short yagis
>Date: Sun, 30 Sep 2001 13:24:57 -0700
>I have an unusual antenna project in mind and could use some direction.
>I'm planning to build a "short yagi" for 6 meters. I've gone through my
>limited collection of reference books, and haven't found much help. I have
>several editions of the Handbook, a fairly extensive QST collection, and a
>94 edition of the ARRL Antenna Book. I've been considering some of the
>Antenna compendium series, is there a particular issue that discusses
>yagis? I'm sure they are all great, but can't afford to buy the whole
>What I have in mind is a two or three element 6 meter yagi on a 6' boom. I
>want to keep the element lengths less than 6' overall. At 6 meters, I
>think this should still produce a reasonably efficient antenna. I realize
>that most people don't need to reduce the size of a 6 meter yagi, so I
>expect to find "cook book" directions.
>And while I'm at it, what do you guys think about loading methods? Anyone
>care to comment on loading coils versus linear loading?
>Dan Evans N9RLA
>Scottsburg, IN 47170
>IN-Ham list administrator
>1/2 of the N9RLA /R no budget Rover Team
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