If you reached this page, you were able to pull my tiny signal out of the today's QRM. My work conditions are always QRP and portable. The rig is always my FT817. All my antennas are home made, with the support of the miniVNA. I started with inverted v dipoles, then wire moxons and magnetic loops.
Next QSOs will be confirmed by my new QSL, deigned by myself and printed by LZ3HI.
Based on a project of I5MSH, this is another home made magnetic loop for 6 meters band. Note the coupling loop exactly in the center of the main loop.
My home made magnetic loop. The capacitor is home made too. Tuning this kind of antenna is very tricky, especially when moving the variable capacitor without a reduction gear. That's why it's the worth to carry an antenna analyzer. I took this picture on Mount Folgorito (WWL JN54CA) in Tuscany.
This is my "shack".
An inverted V for the 20 meters band, supported by a bamboo stick, cut in three pieces. I believe I will buy a fiberglass pole.
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