2m crossed yagi
Yagi Calculator is a Windows program that also runs well on Linux, Ubuntu 8.10 under Wine, to produce dimensions for a DL6WU style long Yagi antenna. Long yagis are commonly used from the 144MHz amateur band to the 2.4GHz band. The DL6WU yagi is highly regarded as being easy to build with repeatable results, broad bandwidth and a useful pattern.Apr 17, 2019 · The 4 element 2m Yagi build when pretty well this afternoon. Here it is up about 18ft on the painters pole: This is using an interesting 4:1 balun design using RG-6U coax. I can hit the local repeater quite well with it and am now waiting to try this out on “Simplex Sunday” the local VHF simplex net. UPDATE: I’d say the Yagi was a fail.
GB 2x12elm Cross yagi 144/145MHz. Turning:2,68m (8.5ft) Boom:20mm x 4,35m(14ft) special Aluminium (nock down) 3 parts. Elements:Stainless steel 3mmThe parts have to be spaced according to the image below to get the right spacing between the elements. Note that the 2m and 70cm yagi are crossed by 90°. The Elements need to have the following lengths and need to be mounted centred on the boom. Note on Matchingline / RF Magic
One really sees the two 'following' (trailing) each other (ISS is followed by Dragon). We had a bit of a challenge with the full moon. Fortunately, the basketball field helped out a bit as you can see on this picture: ISS is the bright stripe, the more dimmed stripe (below) is Dragon. Exposure (lens open): 10 seconds.