Sunday, March 3, 2019

20 Meter Delta Loop Antenna. Post 1791.


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A 20 Meter Delta Loop Antenna is an excellent antenna for those of us with limited space and an even more limited budget.  As Denis (VE3BF) explains, the delta loop has a modest amount of gain (a little more than 2dBi), receives well, is fairly quiet, takes up little space, and is cheap to build, depending on what resources you have in your community.  You can change polarization (vertical and horizontal) by feeding the antenna from the top, bottom, or corner.  If you chose to feed your 20 meter delta loop with balance feed line, you can get coverage from 20 through 20 meters.  An excellent antenna at a modest cost.!

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Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).

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