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1 day ago
Anyone used hex beams? Thoughts? I need some gain. Not on TX, I have that, ummm, covered. More on RX. ... See MoreSee Less
I use one and it works great
2 days ago
Might sell. ... See MoreSee Less
You'll need more than a second antenna to null that rabble out!
Ikt patented that I'm sure
I'll need to pull the trigger on one. I get up early to see if there's any DX about, and what do I hear?
IK station. Getting the calls the wrong way. At least he hadn't started shouting. I suppose.
4 days ago
I've been turning 150 metres of wire into radials, to build an array of verticals on 20m.I'd like to get Oceania, but it's not looking too hopeful. Short path seems to be about 65 degrees on an azimuthal map. Long path 255 degrees. Which stands the best chance? Seems Brazil has been really pretty strong without any gain, so heading across water might be the best route, even although it's longer? ... See MoreSee Less
hi Kelly it really depends on where you are try to work in Oceania its a large area . unless you are virtually next to salt water i would not bother with an array of verticals for 20m. There are easier ways to get gain.
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