## Upper HF Antennas [Mainly 20m and above]

1-2-3 Evolution of a Modelling Design

2 Element Yagis – How Short Can we Go

2 X 1 = 4 – Mysteries of 2 Element Beams – Part1

2 X 1 = 4 – Mysteries of 2 Element Beams – Part2

17-15-12 and Simple

A Tale of 4 Beams – VK2ABQ – Hex Beam – X and Moxon Antennas

A Vertical Doublet for 30-10 Meters

Build your own 7-15MHz LPDA – Part2 – Doctoring the Basic Design

Curtains for the Extended Lazy-H

Don’t Be Phased By Phasing

Dream Beams – Intro

Dream Beams Part1 – LPDA and Quads

Dream Beams Part2 – Forward Stagger and Interlaced Yagis

Driven Element 2-Element Yagis for 12 and 17m

Feeding the EDZ

Hatted Vertical Dipoles for 10m

HB9CV Phased Array

High Perf Multiband Single Wire 40-10 – Better DX Than a Large Loop [Yes you read it right!]

Horizontal and Vertical Yagi Orientation

Horizontal Phased Arrays with Parasitic Directors

How High is My Antenna

I Want to Build a 3-Element Yagi – Intro

I Want to Build a 3-Element Yagi – Part1 – How Big should I Make It?

I Want to Build a 3-Element Yagi – Part2 – How much Bandwidth Do I Need?

I Want to Build a 3-Element Yagi – Part3 – What Real Dimensions Should I use?

I Want to Build a 3-Element Yagi – Part4 – Options on Feeding the Antenna

Linear Resonators Notes Part1 – 15 and 20m

Linear Resonators Notes Part2 – 20-10m and 15-10m

Linear Resonators Notes Part3 – Wire Linear Resonator Dipoles

Lobe Formation in Horizontal Antennas

M3KXZ 2-Element Vertical Phased Array

Modelling 6 Long-Boom Yagis for 20m

Modelling Yagis by Equation – Part 1 Background

Modelling Yagis by Equation – Part 2 High Gain and Wideband

Notes on EDZ Beams

Notes on Reversible Yagi Arrays

Notes on Stacked Beams

Notes on the Modified Half-Loop

Notes on the V-Yagi

PVC for Antenna Applications – Part1

Small Loaded Yagis – Coils – Loads and Capacity Hats

Stacking – What Difference Does Difference Make

Stacking Yagis – Intro

Supplementary Notes on Stacking

The B-Antenna

The Double-D Antenna

The Expanded Lazy-H

The G4ZU Bird Yagi

The G4ZU Birdcage Antenna

The Inverted-U as a Field Yagi

The Inverted-U Yagi on 20 Meters

The L-Antenna

The Lazy-8JK

The Turnstile – Omnidirectional Horizontal Antenna

Three Forward-Stagger 5-Band Yagis from ON4ANT

Two-Element Horizontal Phased Arrays – Intro

Two-Element Horizontal Phased Arrays – Part1 – The Limits of Performance

Two-Element Horizontal Phased Arrays – Part2 – The Limits of Geometric Phasing

Two-Element Horizontal Phased Arrays – Part3 – The Limits of a Single Phase Line [ZL Special]

Two-Element Horizontal Phased Arrays – Part4 – Removing Limits by Element Matching

W2EEY Extended Lazy-H – HF Back-Up Antenna

Welcome to Yagi World

What Can We Expect from a 2-Element Beam – Intro

What Can We Expect from a 2-Element Beam – Part1 – Methods, Units and a Dipole Reference

What Can We Expect from a 2-Element Beam – Part2 – A Full Size 2-Element Yagi

What Can We Expect from a 2-Element Beam – Part3 – Short Dipoles and Capacity Hat Yagis

What Can We Expect from a 2-Element Beam – Part4 – Loaded Yagis

What Can We Expect from a 2-Element Beam – Part5 – Better Forward and Rear Performance

Yagi Element Diameter