Amateur Radio HF Antennas: Book Two: HF Antennas For Limited Space

Claude Jollet
6 reviews

About this ebook

What additional challenge is there to HF communications besides:

- Overcoming often adverse propagation conditions;
- Establishing solid contacts in the cacophony of pileups when conditions are good;
- Acquiring the necessary operating skills?

Finding space to install a large HF antenna, that's what!

This e-book, with its many illustrations, will supply some of the most viable HF antenna solutions for restricted spaces, and explain the pros and cons of each. You will then be free to choose the solution that will “fit” into the space you have available while meeting most of your needs.

The solution you opt for will involve compromises. But, at least, you will have the luxury of being able to choose.

6 reviews
John Campo
March 21, 2019
Claims to have lots of diagrams but falls short of this promise. While it does delineate instructions, as a beginner Im not clear on any type of construction. I know it was meant as a how to build book but if delineating instructions, go the extra mile to make clear and concise diagrams
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About the author

Claude Jollet obtained his amateur radio Basic Certificate with his operator's license in 1973 and his Advanced Certificate in 1974. He has been operating under the call sign VE2DPE from day one. He loves everything about ham radio, but he especially loves to experiment with antennas. Hence his decision to share the fruits of his more than 40 years experience in this e-book and the others in the series. As the call sign reveals, Claude lives in the predominantly French-speaking Canadian Province of Québec, in a small town called Notre-Dame-des-Prairies.

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