Saturday, May 25, 2019
Triple Six multiband delta loop
Got 18 metres of wire, a couple of poles and not much space? If so this vertically polarised delta loop might work for you. It operates from 10 to 24 MHz and can give DX contacts. But is it directive? Watch the video and find out.
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at May 25, 2019
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