Canvey Island, Essex, England
Twin boom quad
144MHz LFA Yagis
144MHz LFA Yagis

Low Noise LFA Yagis designed by G0KSC free to build for personal use.

144MHz LFA Yagis
70cms LFA Yagis
70cms LFA Yagis
Twin-Boom G0KSC Quads
G0KSC Twin-Boom Quads
Twin-Boom G0KSC Quads
G0KSC Custom Dish feeds - Above installation @ HB9Q
Custom low-noise dish feeds
Custom low-noise dish feeds
G0KSC Custom Dish Feeds

Above installation @ HB9Q

G0KSC Custom Dish feeds - Above installation @ HB9Q
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Here is a photo and comments from a builder of one of my HF Yagis. Be sure to search 'G0KSC Antennas' on facebook, most of my updates are placed there now!



Attached the OWA15M 6el photos built from my friend Vigand - PY5QW and help from me and our friends.

Excuse me the archive size, to preserve minimal quality I make a little compression.

This is an fantastic project, now the "PY5QW HF Radio Station Farm" have decent antennas to 20/15/10 Meters

band with a expressive quality. I (PY5AB) make 2100 contacts in the last CQWW, some reports are (in debut day):

"For first time I ear (and work) a PY in Australia.... VK5MTM/M (20M Mobile....) and some videos on youtube.

At QRZ/PY5QW more photos, is special 7th.

This youtube video show difference between KT34XA and 15M OWA, distance 2459.7 km (South to NE of Brazil)

in PT language

At 0:24 to 0:28 switch OWA to KT to OWA.

QTR 18:55 (20:55Z)

73, Antonio - PY5AB.



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G0KSC Writes for the ARRL in the 2016 Antenna Book

The success of the G0KSC antenna designs in both amateur and commercial worlds has been marked with proven low-noise properties and wide band performance (not just SWR) in one package. North American hams adopted the LFA with open arms which results in the LFA being the most frequently home-built antenna in the USA. This did not go unnoticed by the ARRL who asked G0KSC to contribute to the VHF/UHF section of the 2016 ARRL Antenna Book. 

I have removed a lot of the old ideas and concepts, replacing them with modern and proven facts along with providing detail information of correct software model to built antenna principles and even a whole heap of new designs for the reader to self-build.

NCJ interviewed me too and this will appear in the next edition and some of the above mentioned material is discussed. Finally, for all those QST readers, I have committed to 6 antenna articles next year too and will release some of the more exiting and yet to be published designs.

As a footnote stay tuned to DUBUS magazine, in the next issue I will conclude my most recent design and build article there too, should keep you occupied over the winter holidays as it is released in December!

Justin G0KSC