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Rohn 55g at 100 ft - waiting for its antennas

Rohn 55g at 100 ft - waiting for its antennas

W0AIH and W0GJ in July 2009 installing the tower - it was a hot day!

W0AIH and W0GJ in July 2009 installing the tower - it was a hot day!

Ernie Vielhaber, Ki7K, W0GJ and W0BM -volunteers during the July 2009 tower installation

Ernie Vielhaber, Ki7K, W0GJ and W0BM -volunteers during the July 2009 tower installation

Mary Bittner running the Capstone winch to raise and lower hams and tools

Mary Bittner running the Capstone winch to raise and lower hams and tools

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 I use a
Force 12 Magnum 240 N two element yagi for 40meters.  It is 85% full size and has <2:1 SWR from 7.000 Mhz through 7300 Mhz. I consistently receive 5-9 plus plus signal reports from DX stations.Several have asked me what antenna I am using.

 

Many 40 meter yagis interact with 15 meter yagis. This onedoes not  It can be stacked within 5 feet of another yagi.

 

  • It is an easy antenna to assemble and I had Tom Schiller (N6BT) install a special switch to make it more broad-banded across all of 40meters.  Tom can build you this antenna anytime you want.

  

  

 

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