## An Antenna Potpourri –

A Mix From the Pen of LB Cebik W4RNL

4 to 1 Toroidal Current Baluns Some Preliminary Measurements

A Trap 2 element Beam for 12 and 17 Meters

Adjusting Near-Perfect Broadband Antennas for 80-75 Meters

Antenna Systems

Basic Operating Needs of the Radio Shack

Design of a 2/3-Element Full-Performance Yagi for Portable and Field Use – Part1

Design of a 2/3-Element Full-Performance Yagi for Portable and Field Use – Part2

Design of a 2/3-Element Full-Performance Yagi for Portable and Field Use – Part3

Designing Multi-Band Parasitic Beams Part 1 – Design Considerations

Designing Multi-Band Parasitic Beams Part 2 – A Small 10+15m Example

Designing Multi-Band Parasitic Beams Part 3 – 10+15m 3 and 4 Element Designs

Designing Multi-Band Parasitic Beams Part 4 – 10m Designs + 15m Moxon

Designing Multi-Band Parasitic Beams Part 5 – Alternative 10 and 15m Designs

Designing Multi-Band Parasitic Beams Part 6 – Yagi Alternatives + Moxon Yagi Dual-bander

Forming Reasonable Expectations of Modern Tri-Band Beam Designs

Home Brew Design and Construction

Metals Used in Antenna Construction

Modelling Biconical Antennas

Moxon Rectangle Yagi-Yagi Tri-band array for 20, 15 and 10 meters

Notes on Dual-band 2m+70cm LPDAs

Notes on Ribbons, Cages, Parasites, and Lines

Nulling an Unwanted Station Worse and Better Solutions

Reinventing the (Big) Wheel

The Dual-Element Wideband Dipole – Some Preliminary Notes

THE ILZX as an 80-Meter Vertical

The Practical Lindenblad

The Shack Layout

The V-Dipole LPDA

Tips for Stealth Antennas

Top 5 Backyard Multiband HF Wire Antennas

Yagi Driver Assemblies – Linear – Folded Dipole and Quagi