In preparation for the Field Day event, the Tri-County club members have held work days to design and build simple wire antennas and baluns.
What does WANT stand for?
WANT stands for Wire Antenna
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Samples in periodicals archive:
During the descent into the destination field, the starboard aft observer cautioned the pilots that the HF wire antenna on his side had separated from the vertical stabilizer and was slapping against the side of the aircraft.
The topics are antennas around us, antennas and radio waves, wire antennas, antennas on substrates, traveling wave antennas, antennas for radio-frequency identification (RFID) systems, determining antenna characteristics using electromagnetic simulators, and practical antennas.
Also an AM/FM stereo radio, the Shower Companion has precise digital tuning, a radio/alarm clock, 10 station presets, and can play broadcast television VHF audio or pick up European radio signals, thanks to the detachable wire antenna.
The course, now in its 17th year, covers antenna fundamentals, arrays, wire antennas, broadband antennas, horns, reflectors, antennas in systems, antennas for wireless communications, EMC topics, and measurements.
Installation required digging a one-inch-deep space around the perimeter of the facility in a saw-cut pattern and laying the 16-gauge insulated wire antenna down in it.