What 10 Meter/ HF Antenna Do You Use?

Discussion in 'Survey Center' started by KD8SWT, Jul 2, 2013.

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  1. N4AAB

    N4AAB Ham Member QRZ Page

    Thanks ! I'll keep that it mind. I haven't heard much on 10m when I listened, but I do hear people on 15, 20, and 40m. As I posted above, I have a 5btv as well.
     
  2. KB0FKT

    KB0FKT Ham Member QRZ Page

    I have a homebrew 10m dipole. For HF all that I have ever used is dipoles pretty much because I enjoy building them and they work.
     
  3. VK4XJB

    VK4XJB Ham Member QRZ Page

    Generally at a minimum I have a vertical and a 5 element yagi on 10m. My preferred antenna for talking to people in the next city over has been a 9 wave length long wire. My 160m dipole is orientated such that one of the major lobes points in another direction I want.

    Have used other antenna on 10 but those 4 are what I normally use.
     
  4. AE7BT

    AE7BT Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    I have two. I have a Mosley triband yagi for DX (one can always hope!) and I have a Solarcon MAX-2000 with ground plane that just arrived today. The vertical I’ll use for my local nightly CW practice net and also to monitor the 10 meter beacons for the day when they come back to life. I have a dedicated radio for this. It goes up when the snow melts.
     

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