K0UO Rhombic Antenna Farm

17353 SE U.S. Hwy 281

K0UO Rhombic antenna Farm

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W7YRV Roy's Antenna Farm

You have to check it out Roy W7YRV, blog that he created back in 2013. Roy is in a his nineties now and I had a visit with him in January 2019 at his QTH.

Roy entrusted me with his drawings and other information that I will be posting on this website in the future.




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Welcome to KOUO rhombic antenna Farm, a unique blog here for you to explore. Building installing and using large antennas has added such value to my life, and I love having the opportunity to share my passions and thoughts with my loyal readers. Read on, and enjoy.



I hope the this will serve as a useful source to those seeking inspiration on building large wire antenna, or if you need help advice on your project. I started writing about my passions, my thoughts, and curious wonderings about our world. Take some time to explore the blog, read something interesting, and feel free to reach out if you would like to collaborate on a project together. If you have had or currently have rhombic or Vee beams up please provide us all the information about your projects. Most people don't really understand how much gain can be achieved out of these antennas and modeling doesn't do them Justice. All of my antennas have had measurements using broadcast type metering equipment for E&H field in the far field



Thanks for your interest in my amateur radio station K0UO, and particularly my rhombic antennas which are some of the largest amateur radio antennas in the United States. Each one taking over six and a half acres of property. these rhombic and Vee beam antennas are optimized for 40 and above