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MEMORANDUM ON THE BEVERAGE WAVE ANTENNA
FOR RECEPTION OF FREQUENCIES IN THE
550 - 1500 KILOCYCLE BAND

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ANTENTOP- 01- 2016 # 020

Memorandum on the Beverage Wave Antenna

 

 

 

 

There are lots articles on Beverage Antenna. However one of the most important one is "Memorandum on the Beverage Wave Antenna for Reception of Frequencies in the 550 - 1500 Kilocycle Band" by Benjamin Wolf and Adolph Andersen, dated April 1, 1958. On the report there were based lots amateur and science researches on the topic Beverage Antenna.

 

It is possible to find the report in the Internet in different format (pdf, tiff, gif) and with different quality. There are articles collected from Optical Recognizing Program plus original figures. You also may download the report in PDF with readable quality from:

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MEMORANDUM ON THE BEVERAGE WAVE ANTENNA
FOR RECEPTION OF FREQUENCIES IN THE
550 - 1500 KILOCYCLE BAND

BY

Benjamin Wolf
and
Adolph Andersen

 

The theory of the Beverage Wave Antenna is covered in a paper entitled "The Wave Antenna" by H. H. Beverage, O. W. Rice, and F. W. Kellogg, presented at the Midwinter Convention of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers at New York, February 14-17, 1923.

 

This memorandum is intended to outline some of the practical problems experienced in the erection and operation of this type of antenna for service in the Broadcast 550-1500 kilocycle band, at the Federal Communications Commission Central Monitoring Station at Grand Island, Nebraska.

Among the desirable properties of the Wave Antenna for monitoring purposes are:


    (a) Delivers a stronger signal over the entire band than a good simple antenna.


    (b) Unidirectional.


    (c) Atmospherics and industrial electrical interference considerably reduced especially when the source is in a direction other than that of the received signal.


    (d) Low cost, long life, and unlikely obsolesence.

 

 

 

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