There is a high price to pay for the convenience of traps. Stealth Loop Antenna My new only loop is 62 metres D10 comms wire fed through the loft but with 16mm holes drills right at the eves to allow 15mm plastic water pipe to thread through them. In general, the more traps, the better behaved the antenna is in terms of operating bandwidth and acceptable SWR. Cancel Clear All Selections. The two loops looked a bit horrendous not only because of the wire in the air, but because I used halyards to lift them in the air to the top of wooden stair rails. Ultra-Lightweight antennas for expeditions and stealth applications. Rob Sherwood.
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Contest University. Home-Brew D-i-Y. A fun film about Ham Radio Outdoors not just in Tenerife. This is not the end to the story. Rob Sherwood: You can cover all amateur bands and operate with u Despite a very small amount of loss from using thin wire instead of thick aluminum or heavier copper wire, the additional height enables average people to have a BIG SIGNAL without spending lots of money on their antennas.