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ANTENTOP- 01- 2008, # 010

Two Elements YAGI  for 145 MHz:

Balcony Project

 

Screw going through the hole fastened the plastic to traverse. Halves of the vibrator fastened to the plastic with help of plastic ties. Reflector electrically connected to the boom through a screw that is going through the reflector and the centre of the plastic insulator. (However, it would be better for antenna performance to isolate the reflector from the traverse.)

Vibrator made of aluminum, so, it needs to install at feeding terminal of the vibrator (with help of screw) solder lugs. Coaxial cable is soldered to the solder lugs. Traverse could be made from any strength stuff- for example ever wood could be used.

 

That is all. Antenna is very simple and reliable. I install the antenna at distance 1.5-meter from a wall. There were made lots local and DX-QSO (FM-MODE) at 5-Wtts power. If you will have made the antenna, your comments are welcome to my e-mail.

 

73!

 

References:

 

Igor Lavrushov, UA6HJQ http://www.hamradio.cmw.ru/

Igor Gocharenko, DL2KQ, Antennas HF- VHF, Part- IV

 

 

Pictures of my old Four and Six- Elements YAGI.

 

 

 

 

 

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