Recommended By Charlie Tango DX

Homemade CB Antennas Mega List

Sourcehttp://fldx.org/site/11m-antennas-on-internet.php

http://www.dx-antennas.com/
DX-antennas.com by 19SD348 & 30DA016 contains information on several antenna types and also dimensions for 11m.
http://signalengineering.com/ultimate/
The ultimate guide to 11 meter CB antennas. Information on verticals, Yagis, Quads and general info related to antennas.
http://at116.tripod.com/projects/twin-lead_dipole.html
Twin-lead folded dipole by 21AT116 Chris
http://s3.e-monsite.com/2011/02/23/68590716antenne-bazooka-pdf.pdf
Bazooka for 11m by 14AT291 Christophe
http://www.mydarc.de/dl5dbm/d11m_e.pdf
Easy to build Deltaloop for 27.555MHz (11m) by DL5DBM
http://www.radiohc.org/Distributions/Dxers/cb-1.html
2 element Quad for frequency 27.000 MHz by Arnie Coro
http://195.84.101.101/~goranl/building/hb9cv/index.html
2 element HB9CV by 21AT333
http://195.84.101.101/~goranl/building/
More antennas for 11 meter by 21AT333. (Look at the bottom of the page.)
http://www.qsl.net/xe3rlr/11mts.htm
4 element Yagi for 27.305 MHz
http://www.clubmarconi.it/ssquad.html
Super Squad (in Italian)
http://www.clubmarconi.it/yagi4elem.html
4 element Yagi
http://www.clubmarconi.it/deltaloop.html
2 element delta loop for 11m (in Italian)
http://www.clubmarconi.it/antenna_zeppelin.htm
Double Zepp for 11m (in Italian)
http://koti.mbnet.fi/t20aaa/ANT.HTM
Vertical antenna and a 3 element Yagi by Jouko Haikala
http://fldx.org/site/dipole.php
There is lots of info on dipoles on the Internet. Here is yet another half-wave dipole building instruction by 56FL114 Pete that we added to our site.
http://please.name.my/173/moxon-antenna-plan-for-27mhz-cb-and-freeband-operation.html
Moxon antenna plan for 27 MHz CB and freeband operation
http://www.funkcom.ch/pdf/notantenne%20ab%2027.pdf
Wire J-pole antenna for 27 MHz (in German)
http://www.tiiliskivi.com/hoto/luuuppi.html
Stretched loop antenna which can be fed directly with 50Ω coaxial cable. (in Finnish)
http://www.pv562.net/pagine/antenna%20skypper
Skypper by 14LV108
http://web.archive.org/web/20040905185423/http://www.ea8zq.com/ant27.htm
Antena vertical para 27 MHz (in Spanish)
http://www.dab.pb.cz/cz/cb/bastl.html
This page contains several antenna designs for 11 meter including GP, 3 & 4 element Yagi and a 2×5/8 dipole. (in Czech)
http://sites.google.com/site/buildingcbantennas/
158KP911 Leon’s site. Contains dimensions for a 3 element yagi and a 4 element LFA Yagi for 11 meters. There is also instructions for gamma match construction and pictures of a J-pole built for 11m from tube.
http://web.archive.org/web/20091027082648/http://www.geocities.com
/cq43ax101/Cubical_Quad.html
43AX101’s instructions for building a two element cubical Quad for eleven meters
http://web.archive.org/web/20091027082657/http://www.geocities.com
/cq43ax101/Helical_Beam.html
43AX101’s instructions for building a two element helical beam for eleven meters
http://www.transmission1.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=10907
Homemade 2 element Yagi by 31TM001 Miguel on Transmission1 forums
http://www.delta-alfa.com/homemade-quad/
Homemade 4 element Quad by 3DA012 Roger on Delta-Alfa website
http://www.hamuniverse.com/n1uue2el1011quad.html
My Quad Project: A 2 Element Cubical Quad for the 10/11 Meter Band by N1UUE
http://digilander.libero.it/Maverik74to/spider.html
4 Element Spiderbeam for 27 MHz by 1TA157
http://sites.google.com/site/2mt454/Home/11-meter-cb-antennas
Some info on dipole, ¼-wave GP and delta loop construction on Mountain Thunder CB Radio groups site.
http://www.dj3kj.com/antennen/bazooka-antenne/
Bazooka antenna (in German) – Contains dimensions for several bands, including 11 meters
http://www.i1wqrlinkradio.com/antype/ch3/chiave39.htm
Magnetic loop antenna for 27-28 MHz (in French)
http://www.omnirep.se/eh-star_dstep.html
Building instructions for “EH-Star”-antenna for 11m band (in German)
http://www.qslnet.de/member/dl5za/j-antenne.html
Building instructions for J-antenna for 10m band (in German) – As it’s for 10m band you might need to adjust the dimensions for 11m use.
http://www.amateurradio.bz/cb_radio_j-pole_antenna.html
Building instructions for CB radio J-pole antenna including a video (40 min.) of the construction by Paul D. Tadlock
http://www.cb27.com/tecnica/jpole-cb
Antena ‘J Pole’ para 27 MHz – Another J-pole for 11m band (in Spanish)
http://www.mds975.co.uk/Content/cb_radio_03.html#11m_CB_J-Pole_antenna
And yet another J-Pole for 11 meter – This one is made with 450 ohm ladder line as the bottom section.
http://www.radioamaterska-udruga-sloga.hr/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=271
Building instruction for a 5/8-wave antenna in Croatian
http://home.telkomsa.net/jeanward/EDZ.html
11m Band Extended Double Zeppelin ‘Zepp’ (EDZ) antenna centred at 27.500 MHz
http://home.telkomsa.net/jeanward/j-pole.html
11m Band J-Pole antenna centred at 27.500 MHz

Online Antenna Calculators

http://www.svrc.org/wp/?page_id=452
C-pole antenna calculator
http://www.antenna-street.com/delta-loop-1en.php
Delta loop calculator 26-30 MHz
http://www.m0ukd.com/Calculators/Slim_Jim/index.php
Slim Jim antenna calculator
http://n6ach.com/calc/quad.html
Quad antenna calculator
http://www.signalengineering.com/ultimate/4_element_quad.html
Building instructions for a 4 element Quad antenna including the N6ACH QUAD antenna calculator.
http://whiskeyfox.trippnology.com/dipole_calculator.asp
Dipole calculator on Whiskey Fox DX group’s site
http://qth.at/do5mhc/bazooka/bazooka.html
Bazooka calculator by DO5MHC

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*