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HyEnd Company

Manufacturers/Antennas/HF
HyEnd is a dutch amateur radio antenna manufacturer. Makers of the popular HyEndFeed Antennas, produce Baluns, bandpass filters and selle Line isolators, coax cables and connectors.

HF Wire Antennas for Field Day

Antennas/Wire
Dipole antennas, vertical half-wave dipole antennas with impedence tranformes that can be used for portable operations. Some well worn antenna configurations are the easiest and loudest lash-ups you can try.

Dipole for 60 meter band

Antennas/60M
Short dipole for 60m tropical band ...a total of 12 meters of wire, with a diameter of about 2 mm, divided into four sections.

Top Amateur Radio Websites - Issue 1810

Digital SWR Meter with Arduino, Duoband ultra portable yagi, Vertical Full Wavelength Loop, Ham Radio Beginner, 3B7A Saint Brandon DX Pedition, inRadio Centrum Radiokomunikacji, C96RRC Mozambique, VK5MAV/9 Cato Reef

CQ WW DX SSB Contest 2018

The CQ WW is the largest Amateur Radio competition in the world. Over 35,000 participants take to the airwaves on the last weekend of October (SSB) with the goal of making as many contacts with as many different DXCC entities and CQ Zones as possible.

ICOM IC-R20

IC-R20 by Icom. Wideband Receiver Professional radioreceiver, allow double receiver, from HF to Microwave, digital recorde, DTCS, Memories and 11 hours countinuous reception.

Practical Yagi Building

Antennas/Homebrewing Techniques
A practical guide on hombrewing Yagi antennas, including notes on Driven Element, Transformation & Symmetrising Coax Lines, Full Boom length vs. electrical length, Elements & Insulators on Boom and additional tips and tricks, in English and German

Top Amateur Radio Websites - Issue 1811

6 Bands Fan Dipole Antenna, Caged Fan Dipole Antenna, The Fan Dipole A valuable multi-band HF antenna, Weather Resistant Field Antenna for 50 MHz, The KL3JM modified SRI Fan Dipole for 80-40-20 Meters, James Pole Antenna, A Simple Radio Receiver, A simple QRP Power Meter Project, Half Wave Fan Dipole Antenna, Yaesu VX-3R Review