Posted by: GW7AAV | February 16, 2010

Antennas for professional amateurs

The advertisement for the British Army used to say “Join the professionals” well some of those professionals and ex professionals happen to be amateurs and thanks to them I just lost a good couple of hours over on the Royal Signals Amateur Radio Society site. RSARS have added a section they call an e-Library and the sub-section entitled HF ANTENNAS and PROJECTS is a little cracker. I cannot say I came across anything I had not seen before but the quality of the PDF format documents leaves those on most amateur radio sites looking distinctly shabby. It is a real spit and polish job not just a gloss over and I give whom ever did all the work ten out of ten. One small niggle was a broken link to ’20m helically wound MOBILE ANTENNA – EA5AVL’ but over all a job well done. A note at the bottom of the page says that more items will be added shortly, I sincerely hope this is true. If these articles were printed and bound together they would make a nice booklet, which would I probably buy, but they are free to download and therefore a brilliant resource for anyone interested in making antennas like myself.

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