Name This Antenna

Discussion in 'Antennas, Feedlines, Towers & Rotors' started by KF5LJW, Jan 18, 2020.

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  1. KF5LJW

    KF5LJW Ham Member QRZ Page

    OK going through some USN designs of long ago and came across a HF Quadrant Antenna that covers all the HF bands. But what in the Devil are the antennas and how would they be fed? Looks like some kind of Conical design?

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  2. KD8DEY

    KD8DEY Ham Member QRZ Page

    looks like a series of cage dipoles for different bands, and orientation (North/south-East/West) to me. probably swithched and fed individually...
    with the higher frequency bands at the lower height I would think that they took in consideration the frequency spacing, directivity and takeoff angle of the signals...
    Ymmv
     
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  3. KF5LJW

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    That was the word I was looking for colonel. Thx and carry on.
     
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  4. AA7QQ

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    Lotsaninetydegreeantennas…..

    Ed
     
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  5. KA0HCP

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    Cage dipoles. It appears the design goal is full HF coverage in the minimal rectangular real-estate.

    I've never seen this configuration in my navy travels.
     
  6. WR1O

    WR1O Ham Member QRZ Page

    Same as DUGA 2 or 3
     
  7. KA0HCP

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    Umm, no.
     
  8. WR1O

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    I was referring to method of feeding cage dipoles.
     
  9. KJ4VTH

    KJ4VTH Ham Member QRZ Page

    I'd call it 'Sam' just because.
     
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  10. K7JEM

    K7JEM Ham Member QRZ Page

    Aunt Enna?

    Nicholas Cage Dipole?
     
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