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same manner as the horizontal dipole, but is mounted in the vertical plane In general, the section of the radiator that is closest to the ground should be connected to the shield end of the coaxial cable transmission line Like the horizontal dipole, the approximate length of the vertical dipole is calculated from Lft = where Lft is the length, in feet FMHz is the operating frequency, in megahertz Example Calculate the length of a half-wavelength vertical dipole for operation on a frequency of 14250 MHz in the 20-m amateur radio band 468 FMHz [72]
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Variations on the vertical antenna theme 189
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Solution: Lft = Lft = 468 FMHz 468 = 328 ft 14250
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Note: The 08 ft part of this calculated length can be converted to inches by multiplying by 12: 08 12 = 96 in Each leg of the vertical dipole is one half of the calculated length, or 328 ft 2 = 164 ft
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The vertical dipole antenna is used in many locations where it is impossible to properly mount a horizontal dipole, or where a roof- or mast-mounted antenna is impossible to install because of logistics, a hostile landlord, and/or a homeowners association Some row house and town house dwellers, for example, have been successful with the vertical dipole In the 1950s and 1960s, the vertical dipole was popular among European amateurs because of space restrictions found in many of those locations The construction of the vertical dipole is relatively straightforward You must find or build a vertical support structure In the case shown in Fig 7-10, the support
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190 Vertically polarized HF antennas
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7-10 Vertical half-wavelength dipole antenna
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is a wooden or PVC mast erected for that purpose Ropes and insulators at either end support the wire elements from the ends and keep the antenna taut If the neighbors are a problem, then try to find some white PVC pipe that will make a fine flagpole and be patriotic with a vertical dipole hidden inside of the pipe In other cases, if your home is not metal-sided, and if it is high enough, then a support from the roof structure (or soffits) will make a proper mount
Variations on the vertical antenna theme 191 One problem with the vertical dipole, and one that liability-conscious people need to consider, is that a high-impedance current node is found at the ends of a half- wavelength dipole Anyone touching the antenna will likely receive a nasty RF burn (or shock) from this antenna A coaxial vertical is similar to the vertical dipole (and, in fact, it can be argued that it is a form of vertical dipole) in that it uses a pair of vertical radiator elements In the case of the coaxial vertical antenna, however, the radiator that is closest to the ground is coaxial with the transmission line and the main radiator element An example is shown in Fig 7-11A An insulator at the feedpoint separates the two halves of the radiator; in most cases, it is of smaller diameter than the coaxial sleeve (also called the shield pipe in some publications) The reasons for this arrangement are not entirely electrical, for the most part, but mechanical The coaxial cable transmission line passes through the sleeve, and is itself coaxial to the sleeve The overall length of the coaxial vertical antenna is a half-wavelength, which consists of two quarter-wavelength sections Both the radiator and the sleeve are quarter-wavelength The length of each is found (approximately) from 234 FMHz
Lft = or
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72 FMHz
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You should recognize these as similar to the equation used previously to calculate half-wavelength antennas, but reduced by a factor of 2 The coaxial vertical antenna was once popular with CB operators, and as such was called the collinear antenna In some cases, you can find hardware from these antennas on the hamfest or surplus markets, and the pieces can be modified for amateur radio use In the situation where a 10-m-band antenna is being built, it is a simple matter to cut the 11-m CB antenna for operation on a slightly higher frequency In the case of the lower-frequency bands, however, it is a little more difficult and it is likely that only the insulator and mounting assembly are salvageable Keep in mind, however, the fact that adjacent sizes of aluminum tubing are designed such that the inside diameter ( ID) of the larger piece is a slip-fit for the outside diameter (OD) of the smaller piece You can, therefore, connect adjacent sizes of aluminum tubing together without the need for special couplers, etc With that in mind, salvaged insulator assemblies can be cut off with just 6 to 10 in of the former radiator and sleeve, and new radiators from adjacent size tubing installed The configuration shown in Fig 7-11A is the manner of construction used by commercial antenna manufacturers for VHF and CB collinear vertical dipoles, but is a little difficult for amateurs (unless they happen to own a machine shop) to make the center insulator For those people, some other method is indicated before this antenna is practical
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