25 Simple Amateur Band Aerials by E.M. Noll - Radio Antenna Book

"25 Simple Amateur Band Aerials" by E.M. Noll (71 pages). 

This is a fantastic book that covers all aspects of building your own amateur band antenna setup. 

Overview
This concise book describes how to build 25 amateur band aerials that are simple and inexpensive to construct and perform well.  The designs start with the simple dipole and proceed to beam, triangle and even a mini-rhombic made from four TV masts and about 400 feet of wire.

After the aerial discussion you will find a complete set of dimension tables that will help you spot an aerial on a particular frequency.  Dimensions are given for various style aerials and other data needed for spacing and cutting phasing lengths.  Also included are dimensions for the new WARC bands. 

Contents
1 - Dipole
2 - Half Wave-Length Sloper
3 - Inverted Dipole
4 - Two-Mast Inverted Dipole
5 - Two- and Three-Band Inverted Dipoles
6 - 3/2 Wavelength Aerial
7 - Inverted 3/4 Wavelength Aerial
8 - Random Wire
9 - Dipole-Reflector
10 - Dipole-Director
11 - Three-Element Beam
12 - Phased Array
13 - Two-Element Broadside
14 - Collinear
15 - Triangle
16 - High-Frequency Triangle
17 - Two-Element Triangle
18 - Little Vee-Beam
19 - Little Rhombic Squared
20 - Quarter-Wave Verticals
21 - Telescoping Verticals
22 - Umbrella Verticals
23 - Phased Verticals
24 - Two-Element Broadside
25 - End-Fire Broadside Combine
Dimension Tables
Length Conversion Table
Equations
Types of Cables

The original book was scanned and converted into this digital book in Adobe Acrobat .pdf format.  In order to view this file you will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer.
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