Topband: Low Bands on a Small Lot
jonathang8ccl at gmail.com
Wed Jan 13 13:46:43 EST 2016
I to had this dilemma in the end I put up a 1/4w inverted L with 3 1/4w
radials.Which got me stateside,I am near the sea on the east coast.
due to family reasons i`m now in a 1 bedroom apartment with no chance of
putting up any form of external antenna,so the only thing that may be
possible is some form of loop .Its just made me thoroughly fed up and
ham-sphere is a no no.
ANY ideas anyone please.
On 13 January 2016 at 16:16, Robert Harmon <k6uj at pacbell.net> wrote:
> Thanks everyone for the advice on my low band antenna planning. Much
> appreciated !
> If you are interested, I have two presentations below which have
> "enlightened" me about doing the best you
> can on the low bands from a small lot.
> Craig K1QX, sent me this great article on ground screens by Rob Sherwood,
> NC0B (thanks Craig!)
> Rob Sherwood, HR Magazine
> If you are also on a small lot (like me) and are thinking about installing
> or upgrading your antenna for 160
> this is required reading: http://k9yc.com/160MPacificon.pdf (thanks Jim)
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