Antennas

This was originally One page to serve them all, but now I feel that each antenna deserves its own page, I will break it down into antenna types, and experimental antennas. Also I will try to add design links in the links pages.

What is an Antenna?

An antenna is basically an RLC circuit (Resistance, Inductance and Capacitance) that is distributed along a conductor instead of being contained within a component. Some say that for a Antenna to work correctly it has to be tuned to the Wavelength (λ) of the frequency in question, this however is rather incorrect, and depends on the transmitter you are using. Modern transmitters will power down if the SWR is to high.

Antenna’s

My own Designs

Feeders

Electro-Magnetic Waves and other Basic and advanced resources

Phasing, Baying and Stacking

 

The ARRL Antenna Book For Radio Communications


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