Friday, April 7, 2017

40M Delta loop antenna (horizontal) set up Part 2


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Here's part two of "DENMONKEY's" 40 meter delta loop antenna.  In part 1, we gathered the materials, worked out a practical design, and began attaching the stranded electrical fence wire to the delta loop design.  In part 2, we get ready to finish the construction and begin testing of the antenna.  Delta loops are simple, low noise antennas that can readily be applied to NVIS (near incident skywave) operations, Field Days, or other portable communications requirements.

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