Antenna Photo GalleryWhat can be more interesting than an antenna farm? Well, maybe a couple things, but antennas rank high on the interest-scale of most people interested in radio communications.
Invitation to Submit Antenna Photos Share photos of your antennas and antenna-related components with others. They can show antennas, feed-lines, towers, masts, rotators or any other antenna-related components. The antenna systems can be for any part of the radio spectrum from extremely-low frequencies to microwaves. They can be your own or commercial installations. Antennas are antennas, regardless of their intended purposes. Many good design ideas can be gleaned from commercial designs.
The one requirement is that they be photographs you have taken yourself, or if not, that you provide written publishing permission from the owner. Please include as much information as possible about the antenna or antenna-related components in photographs you submit, so gallery visitors can understand what they are looking at. Please contact us here if you have antenna photos you would like to share.
- Antenna Tower Guy Cables Lots of attention is focused on the importance of antenna tower grounding for lightning protection, but guy cable grounding is sometimes overlooked
- Base of a Professionally Installed Vertical Tower Radiator Shows details associated with the base of a vertical antenna
- WA2TAK 40-Meter Rotatable Dipole WA2TAK's Compact 40-Meter Rotary Dipole
- The KE7UTP Mobile Antenna Farm You may think you don't have space to install HF antennas for several bands, but see how Rod, KE7UTP, solved that problem.
- 7J4AAL 80-Meter Beam 7J4AAL's amazing full-size, 5-element, 80-meter, rotary beam antenna near Hiroshima, Japan
- EW8DQ Log-Periodic Beam Vladimir's rotatable HF log periodic beam antenna in Belarua
- W6OHK Superquad Dick Whiteside's unique "Pyramid Quad" antenna
- W4OI/HK1AR Antennas Remember the old story about turning lemons into lemonade? That is what a number of hams around the world have done with tall buildings.
- W4OI/HK1AR Antennas Page 2 Another photo of Tony's antennas
- JA3CZY Antennas Do you suppose antennas more than 200 feet above ground have anything to do with JA3CZY's terrific DX signal?
- JA7NVF's Impressive Array of Antennas Naomi Araya's antennas near Misawa City, twenty-miles north of Towada, Aomori, Japan, where he lives
- WB4ENE MRA (Minimal Reactance Antenna) An unusual antenna that works on 160 through 10 Meters
- K7EFX Multiband "3-Half-Wave 6-Meter" & "Half-Wave 17-Meter" Rotatable Antenna The purpose of this build was to replace my 12/6-Meter inverted-vee with a rotatable antenna
- PY3FBI's 20, 15 & 10 Meter Cubical Quad Beam Antenna An antenna installed at a camp in Brazil
- HF Delta-Loop Antenna at the Salt Lake City Receiving Station Telephoto view of the south-east corner of the HF delta-loop antenna installed at the Salt Lake City receiving site
- WWVH 15 MHz Vertical Antenna Array WWVH transmits from Kauai, Hawaii on 5, 10 and 15 MHz using separate arrays of two half-wave vertical drooping-ground-plane dipoles spaced
- Dallas Remote Receiving Site Antenna The Dallas communications receiver that can be heard from this website uses a 160-foot high full-wave vertical 160-meter loop antenna that is supported by this tower
- Ogden Remote Receiving Site Antenna JimAndLeah's OnLine Tuner normally uses an 80-meter inverted-v dipole supported by this tower.
- Closer View of the Ogden Receiving Site Tower Shows various antennas mounted on the tower that supports the 80-meter inverted-v dipole normally used by JimAndLeah's Online Tuner.
- Pahrump Remote Receiving Site Antenna, Page 1 The Pahrump Icom 756ProII communications receiver that can be heard from this website uses an inverted-V dipole antenna that is supported by this FM broadcast tower ...
- Pahrump Remote Receiving Site Antenna, Page 2 Shows the entire KNYE-FM broadcast tower including the two-bay FM transmitting antenna at the top.
- Pahrump Remote Receiving Site Antenna, Page 3 The HF inverted-v receiving antenna and poly-clad window feed-line are easier to see in this close-up view.
- Pahrump Remote Receiving Site Antenna, Page 4 An even closer view of the Pahrump tower, inverted-v antenna, and poly-clad window feed-line.
- Pahrump Remote Receiving Site Antenna, Page 5 Shows the lightning arrestor that is installed where the balanced window feed-line enters the KNYE-FM transmitter building.
- Art Bell's W6OBB 5-Acre Antenna Farm Shows a 1595-foot circumference dual-loop antenna.
- KMTI AM 650 kHz Directional Antenna Array Much can be learned by studying professionally-designed antennas. These pages contain photographs and information about KMTI's two-tower directional broadcast antenna array.
- More KMTI Directional Antenna Information & Photos See and learn about the guy-cable insulators used in the KMTI antenna system.
- WPWA752 Traveler's Information Station Antenna Photo WPWA752 is a 10-watt 530 kHz AM station located along the side of the road near Mile Marker 3 on a causeway that connects Antelope Island in the Great Salt Lake to shore.
- Photo of 12.5 Gage Aluminum Electric Fence Wire used as Antenna Wire
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