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ANTENTOP- 01- 2016 # 020

Beverage Antenna. Theoretical Look on Practical Result.

 

 

In conclusion I decided to simulate Beverage Antenna that I used at my amateur station UA3ZNW- UZ3ZK- RK3ZK from 1990- to 2002 year in Belgorod, Russia. Figure 41 shows the antenna. The antenna was installed on the parapet of the 9- storey building. Antenna length was 80 meters. The horizontal wire was located at height about 1- meter above the parapet. Antenna wire was stretched on several wooden masts placed near 5 meter from each other. I used the dry trunk from small trees. Transformer of the antenna was made according to Figure 42.

Transformer had 7 turns wound by tripled wire on ferrite ring from yoke from Color TV. I have no picture of the original transformer. However it looked like transformer shown on Figure 43. Transformer was placed inside a plastic bag for protection from the weather influences. Termination load of the antenna was made from 18- kOm /2- Wtt Russian resistors MLT- 2 (the resistors are still in sell on ebay) that were connected to bridge. The load had resistance 600- Ohm.

 

 

 

Figure 41

 

Beverage Antenna used at my amateur station UA3ZNW- UZ3ZK- RK3ZK from 1990- to 2002 year

 

Figure 42

Transformer of the Beverage Antenna used at my amateur station UA3ZNW- UZ3ZK- RK3ZK from 1990- to 2002 year

 

 

Figure 43

Transformer 50/450 (75/600) wound by tripled wire on ferrite ring from TV yoke

 

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