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Licensed as YO2LZA since 2002.

QTH #1 KN05RK - main QTH

QTH #2 KN15FI - used sometimes in important VHF/UHF contests

 

Without any doubt, ANTENNA is the most important part in radio communication of any kind. I've dedicated a lot of time to design, improve and build over 250 Yagi antennas on all amateur bands between 14 - 432MHz. I occasionally built Yagi antennas for 27MHz (Citizen Band) and 88-108MHz (FM radio enthusiasts).

 

Pictures of some antennas

 

Left tower: 14MHz 4el (boom 12m) & 21MHz 5el (boom 12m)

Right tower: 50MHz 7el (boom 9m) & 28MHz 5el (boom 10m) & 144MHz 2x10el (boom 6m)

 

21MHz 3el (boom 5m)

 

28MHz 5el (boom 9m)

 

50MHz 5el (boom 6m) & 7el (boom 9m). Antennas used in June 2014 IARU 50MHz contest

 

50MHz 5el (boom 6m)

 

50MHz 4el (boom 3.3m)

 

70MHz 4el (boom 2.5m)

 

144MHz 12el (boom 8m). Contest setup in 2013

 

144MHz 4x7el (boom 3m). Contest setup in 2014

 

144MHz 2x9el (boom 5m). Contest setup in 2015

 

145MHz 2x9el (boom 5m). Used mostly in winter time for 145MHz FM "DX" activity

 

 

Field day & outdoor contest activity

 

 

More pictures, measurements and radiation diagrams here:

https://picasaweb.google.com/yo2lza

 

 

 

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