Dipole Antennas You Can Build!
ARRL’s HF Dipole Antennas for Amateur Radio is a collection of 20 HF dipole antenna designs published in QST, ARRL’s membership journal, between 2000 and 2017. It includes innovative antenna projects for single- and multiband antennas, as well as antennas for portable applications.
An Easy-to-Make Three-Band Dipole for ARRL Field Day
A Field-Portable Multi-Band Rotatable Dipole Antenna
A Small, Portable Dipole for Field Use
A Portable Twin-Lead 20-Meter Dipole
The NJQRP Squirt
- A Shortened 60 Meter Dipole That Also Covers 15 Meters
- A Compact Multiband Dipole
- A Folded Skeleton Sleeve Dipole for 40 and 20 Meters
- A Fan Dipole for 80 through 6 Meters
- A No Compromise Off-Center Fed Dipole for Four Bands
- Six Band Loaded Dipole Antenna
- The Classic Multiband Dipole
- A Dipole Curtain for 15 and 10 Meters
- K8SYL’s 75 and 10-Meter Dipole
- The N4GG Array
- A Lightweight Rotary Dipole for 40 Meters
- The WØIH Tunable 80 Meter Dipole
- A Coaxial Cable Vertical Dipole Antenna
- A Wideband Dipole for 75 and 80 Meters
- The K4VX Linear-Loaded Dipole for 7 MHz
Bonus Section! Off-Center-Fed Dipoles — Theory and Practice
Special bonus section by Jackson R. Richter, WBØUSA, features a thorough discussion about how these popular multiband antennas function. Includes several antenna projects you can build yourself!