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* [http://hamcall.net/7bandocf.html Buckmaster 7 Band OCF dipole]
 
* [http://hamcall.net/7bandocf.html Buckmaster 7 Band OCF dipole]
 
* [http://www.k1jek.com/ Cobra UltraLite]
 
* [http://www.k1jek.com/ Cobra UltraLite]
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* [http://www.godarusa.com/id84.html Godar DXR-1000 AM/SW/FM Antenna]
 
* [http://www.hamradiofun.com/ Ham Radio Fun - Antennas]
 
* [http://www.hamradiofun.com/ Ham Radio Fun - Antennas]
 
* [https://www.hyendcompany.nl/antenna/swl_antenna/product/detail/28/SWL_Antenna_0_3_30MHz/single#main HVend .3-30 Mhz SWL antenna]
 
* [https://www.hyendcompany.nl/antenna/swl_antenna/product/detail/28/SWL_Antenna_0_3_30MHz/single#main HVend .3-30 Mhz SWL antenna]

Latest revision as of 19:47, 29 July 2020

No doubt about it, without a good antenna, no matter how good the receiver, you will not hear much of anything. These links should help even a newcomer feel comfortable about selecting and installing a HF antenna. There's several technical links for the experimenters in us, along with several commercial retailers. Warm up those soldering irons and get busy!

If you're a newcomer or old hat, or anywhere in between, when installing antennas, Safety First.
Make this link a must read. Don't become a statistic!

Commercial Retailers

Active Antennas


Other Manufacturers/Suppliers

Homebrew and Technical

Where to start?


What about indoors?


Technical and construction topics

Indexed Links


AMANDX Indexed Articles

Reviews


Yahoo and other Groups