[amsat-bb] Re: X-Yagi
pe0sat at vgnet.nl
Sat Aug 23 01:46:25 PDT 2008
On Sat, August 23, 2008 10:25, Martin wrote:
When looking at the antennas from DK7ZB, also look at this site:
http://www.pa3guo.com/dk7zb.html, This dutch HAM has build one.
Regards, Jan PE0SAT
> Hi Dave.
> This is the part about amateurradio that I love.
> If it isn't readily available in the quality that you like, then why not
> just build it yourself.
> I have had very good results with the designs from this page.
> Don't worry about the german page, he's writing in english also.
> He has many designs for many bands, and also include a small notice about
> making a x-yagi.
> Most of the materials are readily available, and you can make the antenna
> home, by your kitchen table.It's that simple.
> Martin, OZ1TMM
> D. Mynatt wrote:
>> I've looked about and see two manufacturers for x-yagi's -M2 and
>> Moonraker. Are there any others folks would recommend? I see lots of
>> negative comments on blogs about the standoffishness of M2 and I can
>> agree he is curt to a fine point.
>> Suggestions welcome.
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With regards Jan H. van Gils
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