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* [http://www.strongsignals.net/access/image/antennas/bearwires.gif Modifying the RS MagMount antenna]
 
* [http://www.strongsignals.net/access/image/antennas/bearwires.gif Modifying the RS MagMount antenna]
 
* [[media:Reinforcescantenna.jpg|Reinforce the ScanTenna against high wind damage]]
 
* [[media:Reinforcescantenna.jpg|Reinforce the ScanTenna against high wind damage]]
* [http://www.buxcomm.com/ant.htm The HAM Radio Operator's Antenna HANDBOOK]
 
* [http://www.buxcomm.com/HRO's%20Guide%20to%20Building%20Antennas.htm The HRO's Guide to Building HAM Radio Antennas]
 
 
* [http://www.qsl.net/na4it/dbgp.html The NA4IT Cheap Dual Band Ground Plane]
 
* [http://www.qsl.net/na4it/dbgp.html The NA4IT Cheap Dual Band Ground Plane]
 
* Building A [[Homebrewed Off-Center Fed Dipole]] Scanner Antenna.
 
* Building A [[Homebrewed Off-Center Fed Dipole]] Scanner Antenna.

Revision as of 08:23, 9 October 2007

Welcome to the Scanner Antennas page. Here, you'll find links for antennas covering 30 Mhz and up. In addition, specific models mentioned in the Antennas forum at RadioReference are linked here for future reference.

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