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G0KSC JO01GM - EA5/G0KSC IM97PX - Torrevieja, Southern Spain

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I write on the subject of antenna for DUBUS Magazine and am a contributor to the 2016 ARRL Antenna Book

www.g0ksc.co.uk - homebrew website

www.innovantennas.com -

Currently active on HF, 432Mhz, 144Mhz & 50MHz. G0KSC is the Innovator of the LFA (Loop Fed Array) Yagi, OWL (Optimisted Wide-band Array) Yagi and the OP-DES (Opposing Phase Driven Element System) Yagi. and head designer for InnovAntennas and some other major brands.

Radios in the UK (main) Flex 6700 back up is an FT 847. In Spain I use a Flex 6500 and another FT 847 for backup. I use the 4m capability of the 6500 & 6700 transceivers too.

Current antennnas for HF are an InnovAntennas 43' self-supporting vertical for TX and a Pixel receiving loop for RX. I have the 2 element 50MHz rigid quad (picture below) installed on my UK tower.

Current antennas are EA5/G0KSC 4el 50Mhz LFA at 20m, 4el 70Mhz LFA at 21m

Very active on 6/4 through the summer months and now 10m too, catch you on the bands!

Some of my early antenna design work is available for free to build yourself at www.g0ksc.co.uk

All premium designs only available via InnovAntennas

Justin G0KSC

This is a new design of mine, a Rigid quad employing two booms and tubular elements for 50MHz.

The antenna is just 53cms long but has 7.6dBi and 18dB F/B.


28MHz 4el LFA Yagi

4el 28MHz LFA Yagi

A 2 element 28MHz LFA Yagi, note the reflector end bent towards the loop. The bent reflector enhances F/B


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