If you have a multi-band vertical mounted above the ground, there should be a set of radials for each band that you use a meter radial will suffice for International agreements assign amateur radio bands which differ by region. Eyes were soldered to the wires and screwed to a copper strip with stainless screws. Often the house or other building forms one convenient support, and the other may be a pole, or even a tree. The stopper is pushed into a hole in the box. Specific frequency allocations vary from country to country and between ITU regions as specified in the current ITU HF frequency allocations for amateur radio.
If they make your antenna a dummy load, toss it and start over. This junction has a similar 6" overlap and bolt and locknut pin. Antennas usually have 3 or 4 guying directions. All this stuff was a lot to take in at the beginning. Peak signals usually come from the north, even though the station you are talking to is east or west of you. I use the classic bowline knot to form a loop through the hole and around the curve.
Because of high cost and complexity this mode is usually out of reach for the average amateur radio operator. If it breaks, splice it and put it back up. By the way, an efficiency of 80 percent means a signal strength reduction of approximately 1 dB as compared to a percent efficient vertical. In general, this distance should be kept small. As amateur radio equipment displays the carrier frequency, it is important for operators to understand correct frequency calculations for digital "sound-card" modes to ensure compliance with the channel-center requirement. Now radio amateurs can take full advantage of the versatility that a tuner used in conjunction with a multiband HF vertical antenna can give them.
Add meters with A kit. Precisely tuned high-power traps, carefully selected element lengths, and proper spacing combine to make the A4S the preferred antenna for your HF work! This is a very broad loop 36m wide. At 9 am GMT everyday, we will be performing server reboots causing the systems to be down for approximately 10 to 15 minutes! The feedpoint should be: This is not a plug-n-play antenna.