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2016... Welcome to G4CQM's Amateur (Ham) Radio VHF/UHF Yagi Antenna Designs. You've arrived at the front-end (index page) to my websites, links above to the projects. Below some excellent examples of builds both professional and amateur!


Available ready made from Roger Banks GW4WND of The DXShop these professional 1296MHz SCQM24UC FLOWA's...Roger Banks GW4WND of The DXShop builds 50MHz 6M7N50LY and continues to work some good DX - Oct 3rd... Just completed with ZL2DX on 6m EME at 1 deg MR this end...
Available ready made from Roger Banks GW4WND of The DXShop these 1296MHz professional SCQM24UC FLOWA's!Roger Banks GW4WND of The DXShop builds 50MHz 6M7N50LY and continues to work some good DX - Oct 3rd... Just completed with ZL2DX on 6m EME at 1 deg MR this end!
Peter G3MLO has just completed building this stunning 4 x WAXXX10S AOWA yagi array. First reports of hearing the Angus beacon confirm superior performance under flat band conditions...Excellent build by Daryl VK4ADM with his own implementation of the now popular CQM12UX FLOWA. His booming signal reported several hundred kilometers distant...
Peter G3MLO has just completed building this stunning 4 x WAXXX10S AOWA yagi array. First reports of hearing the Angus beacon confirm superior performance under flat band conditions!Excellent build by Daryl VK4ADM with his own implementation of the now popular CQM12UX FLOWA. His booming signal reported several hundred kilometers distant!
An important lesson from VK4MJF: When using Stauff type clamps on 144MHz use additional spacing, raising elements sufficiently high above the boom to avoid the need for correction. Thus ensuring that your yagi is tuned correctly...An important lesson from VK4MJF: When using Stauff type clamps on 432MHz use additional spacing, raising elements sufficiently high above the boom to avoid the need for correction. Thus ensuring that your yagi is tuned correctly...
An important lesson from VK4MJF: When using Stauff type clamps on 144MHz use additional spacing, raising elements sufficiently high above the boom to avoid the need for correction. Thus ensuring that your yagi is tuned correctly!An important lesson from VK4MJF: When using Stauff type clamps on 432MHz use additional spacing, raising elements sufficiently high above the boom to avoid the need for correction. Thus ensuring that your yagi is tuned correctly!
VK4MJF builds CQM12UX FLOWA (special version) on test before final installation...Excellent build by VK4MJF, 2 x CQM12UX FLOWA (special version) and 2 x CQM24UC FLOWA (special version), congratulations on a proper job...
VK4MJF builds CQM12UX FLOWA (special version) on test before final installation!Excellent build by VK4MJF, 2 x CQM12UX FLOWA (special version) and 2 x CQM24UC FLOWA (special version), congratulations on a proper job!

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