Building the 6 Meter Moxon Antenna
As the late spring and summer months heat up, six meters comes alive. Known as the Magic Band, the six meter band can be mysterious, unpredictable, and downright fun. You never quite know when the band will open and where it will take you. Every year our club’s Field Day operation puts a six meter station on the air. But along with the unpredictable nature of six meters, we never quite know if six will ‘open up’ and give us a flurry of activity or stay dormant for the weekend.
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