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Homemade Cobweb antenna 10-20m.

This is the G3TXQ version that uses single wire elements and a 1:4 Guanella current balun wound on an FT140-61 ferrite toroid.The poles used are 16ft fiberglass fishing poles;only the bottom two sections are used,they are around 6 1/2 ft. The center hub is a 6-way canopy hub with an extra piece for the balun mount pole welded on.

The antenna works pretty well. 5 resonant bands that fit in a small space and is pretty light weight.



6m "Hentenna" on a 31' Jackite pole

My little "shack" in the basement. TS-590 and a laptop with Log4OM running.


My sittin' in the chair watchin' tv rig and my portable rig.. The little Elecraft KX3

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