Super Antennas

By Vern Wright W6MMA


YAGI Portable Sys.



3EL. 6 Band YAGI
20, 15, 17, 12, 10, 6M

Model YP-3



Antenna Modeling

By Mike Staal of M
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THE SUPERANTENNA YP3 6 BAND 3 ELEMENT YAGI by Vern, W6MMA
Congratulations. You have just received a light-weight, extremely flexible beam
antenna designed for field applications by the QRP operator and others. The an­
tenna provides forward gain and directivity on all band 20M through 8M using and
ingenious combination of parts that you adjust in the field with almost no tools.
When placed on a common push-up or similar mast at least 20 feet tall, the an­
tenna will provide the benefits of directional reception and transmission. Yet you
may carry the antenna in a 3 foot long bag with great ease as you move from
home to field and back again. In operation, the antenna expands to a maximum
side to side width of about 220 inches and a maximum length of less than 120
inches. The estimated power limit of the antenna is 500 Watts.
WHAT IS THE SUPERANTNENNA FIELD YAGI?
The field Yagi is a 3 element Yagi optimized within its design for use on a wide
range of frequencies. The Yagi 3 element design provides wide bandwidth on
each band for each field adjustments. You only need to set and measure the ele­
ment lengths and coils according to the instructions for each band You may even
vary the recommended dimensions for special circumstances and the instructions
will provide you with some guidelines.
For 8 meter operation, the boom must be shortened and the elements greatly re­
duced in length but it is now a full size Yagi with good gain and FIB on the bottom
of the band 50.0 to 50.5 mHz. CW operation is 50.0 to 50.100 normally. 50.110 is
the international SSB and CW calling frequency. 50.125 is the beginning of the
stateside phone band. Normally SSb contacts inside the USA are not done below
50.125. The 8m beacon band is 50.0 to 50.080.
On 10 meters you have a full size yagi that covers the bottom 1 mHz with one
setting. Boom length is set to maximum and no coils are required. Gain and FIB
are excellent.
On 17 and 12 meters mid element coils are used to resonate the elements and
the antenna will cover the full amateur band. You will experience good gain and
FIB on both bands.
20 and 15 meters are much wider bands, therefore the coil loaded element re­
quire two settings per band. The gain and FIB on 15m is close to that of a full
size Yagi. On 20m the reduced size of the antenna for portable work will provide
good directivity and FIB offering improved communications over a dipole at the
same height.
YP3 SUPERANTENNA ASSEMBLY DETAILS 9-9-08
TOOLS REQUIRED: Measuring tape, 1/2 nut driver; end wrench or socket.
Prior to assembly chose the band you intend to operate.
1. Layout the boom sections and assemble using the DIMENSION sheet as a
guide for position.
2. Layout the elements sections by length and position as shown the DIMENSION
sheet.
Now begin threading the element sections together. The large coils are used
only on 20M. Use a tape measure to set the exposed length of each element
section. TIP: If you plan on using the same band over and over, mark the
dimension with a permanent felt pen marker and note the band (20m) next to
the marks. This will really speed up reassembly at the next site.
3. Continue assembling the sections until you get to the 1/4" diameter rod tips. Use
a tape measure and set each tip pair to the correct length.
4. The Director element halves and the Reflector element halves simply screw into
the center mounting block at each end of the boom. Be careful to place the
reflector elements at the correct spacing to the driven element.
5. The driven element Matching device is a HAIRPIN. Each 1/8" brass hairpin rod
has a 3/8' ring lug at one end. Insert the threaded butt of each Driven element
half through the ring lug and then screw it into the center feed block. Align the
rods parallel with the boom and install the shorting rod on the two hairpin rods.
Set it to the proper length for the band you have chosen.
6. Plug in the banana jack to BNC adapter, attach your feed line and mount the
antenna on an appropriate mast as high as possible. If the antenna is placed
15 to 20 feet above ground, the best match should be very close to center of the
band or band segment you have chosen. Small adjustments to the driven
element tips should bring the match to the desired frequency.
7. If large frequency shifts are required, find the frequency where the antenna is
working properly like 28.4 mHz. Divide that frequency by the new frequency.
28.4/29.4 = .966. Measure the element half length, say 98", and multiply
98x .966 = 94.668 (round off to 94.75) and adjust each element tip to achieve
the new element half length. Do this to all 3 elements. Make small
improvements in frequency and VSWR by adjusting the Driven Element tips
slightly.
Don't be too concerned about a VSWR of 1.5: 1 or less. Your radio should handle
this with ease and spend time on the air having fun... enjoy!
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PARTS LIST:
DESCRIPTION OTY
BOOM CENTER SECTION, 1-1/4 x 30" 1
BOOM MID SECTION, 1-1/8 X 3D" 2
BOOM END SECTION 1 X 30" 2
INNER ELEMENT SECTION 5/8 X 3D" 6
IVIIDDLE ELEMENT SECTION, 1/2 X 3D" 6
fl fMFNT OUTER SECTION, 3/8 X22"..,,,,,,,, .. ,,,, 6
ELEMENT TIPS, 1/4 X 3D" ROD 6
SHORT ELEMENT TIP, 1/46" ROD 6
HEX NUT, 1" 6
COIL, 20M 7 Uhy 6
COIL, 17M, 15M & 12M, 3.5 Uhy 6
DRIVEN ELEMENT CENTER INSULATOR 1
HAIR PIN RODS 1/8" X 16" BRASS 2
SHORTING BAR, 2-1/2" X 1/4" ALUM 1
BANANA JACK TO BNC CONN. ADAPTER 1
BOOM-TO-MAST PLATE, 3 X 4 X 3/16" 1
BOOI\II CLAIVIPS. 1-1/4" 2
HARDWARE
U-BOLT, 1-1/2" 2
NUTS, 5/16-18 SS 4
THUMB SCREWS (4 EXTRA) 16
SPRING CLIPS, BOOM ASSEMBLY INSTALLED 4
TAPE MEASURE, 12 FOOL 1
ASSEMBLY MANUAL 1
SUPERANTENNAS
212 Mariner Circle
Lincoln CA 95648
Email: w6mma@superantennas.com

. extremely flexible beam antenna designed for field applications by the QRP operator and others. For 8 meter operation. On 17 and 12 meters mid element coils are used to resonate the elements and the antenna will cover the full amateur band. WHAT IS THE SUPERANTNENNA FIELD YAGI? The field Yagi is a 3 element Yagi optimized within its design for use on a wide range of frequencies. The an­ tenna provides forward gain and directivity on all band 20M through 8M using and ingenious combination of parts that you adjust in the field with almost no tools.0 to 50. 50. The Yagi 3 element design provides wide bandwidth on each band for each field adjustments. Gain and FIB are excellent.0 to 50. CW operation is 50. The 8m beacon band is 50.100 normally.125. When placed on a common push-up or similar mast at least 20 feet tall. the antenna expands to a maximum side to side width of about 220 inches and a maximum length of less than 120 inches. W6MMA Congratulations. Boom length is set to maximum and no coils are required.110 is the international SSB and CW calling frequency. the an­ tenna will provide the benefits of directional reception and transmission. On 10 meters you have a full size yagi that covers the bottom 1 mHz with one setting. The gain and FIB on 15m is close to that of a full size Yagi. Normally SSb contacts inside the USA are not done below 50.125 is the beginning of the stateside phone band. The estimated power limit of the antenna is 500 Watts.THE SUPERANTENNA YP3 6 BAND 3 ELEMENT YAGI by Vern.080. On 20m the reduced size of the antenna for portable work will provide good directivity and FIB offering improved communications over a dipole at the same height. You only need to set and measure the ele­ ment lengths and coils according to the instructions for each band You may even vary the recommended dimensions for special circumstances and the instructions will provide you with some guidelines. In operation.0 to 50. You will experience good gain and FIB on both bands. Yet you may carry the antenna in a 3 foot long bag with great ease as you move from home to field and back again. 50. You have just received a light-weight. 20 and 15 meters are much wider bands. therefore the coil loaded element re­ quire two settings per band. the boom must be shortened and the elements greatly re­ duced in length but it is now a full size Yagi with good gain and FIB on the bottom of the band 50.5 mHz.

The large coils are used only on 20M. Don't be too concerned about a VSWR of 1. end wrench or socket. 7. Use a tape measure to set the exposed length of each element section. Small adjustments to the driven element tips should bring the match to the desired frequency. find the frequency where the antenna is working properly like 28. 3. Insert the threaded butt of each Driven element half through the ring lug and then screw it into the center feed block. Plug in the banana jack to BNC adapter. If the antenna is placed 15 to 20 feet above ground.75) and adjust each element tip to achieve the new element half length. Use a tape measure and set each tip pair to the correct length.4/29. 6.. Measure the element half length.. 5.966. 28. Each 1/8" brass hairpin rod has a 3/8' ring lug at one end. 2. Layout the elements sections by length and position as shown the DIMENSION sheet. Set it to the proper length for the band you have chosen. Divide that frequency by the new frequency. The driven element Matching device is a HAIRPIN. enjoy! .YP3 SUPERANTENNA ASSEMBLY DETAILS 9-9-08 TOOLS REQUIRED: Measuring tape. Make small improvements in frequency and VSWR by adjusting the Driven Element tips slightly.4 mHz. Your radio should handle this with ease and spend time on the air having fun . attach your feed line and mount the antenna on an appropriate mast as high as possible. 1. TIP: If you plan on using the same band over and over. and multiply 98x . Align the rods parallel with the boom and install the shorting rod on the two hairpin rods. This will really speed up reassembly at the next site. say 98".4 = .668 (round off to 94. 4. The Director element halves and the Reflector element halves simply screw into the center mounting block at each end of the boom. mark the dimension with a permanent felt pen marker and note the band (20m) next to the marks. Be careful to place the reflector elements at the correct spacing to the driven element. 1/2 nut driver.966 = 94. the best match should be very close to center of the band or band segment you have chosen. Prior to assembly chose the band you intend to operate. Now begin threading the element sections together. Layout the boom sections and assemble using the DIMENSION sheet as a guide for position. Do this to all 3 elements.5: 1 or less. Continue assembling the sections until you get to the 1/4" diameter rod tips. If large frequency shifts are required.

~~M:~:~~~~i~~~~~~~~i~~: TIP ~!~:~r:!~ 107-1/8" CW 105-1/2" PH ELEMENT SPACING FOR 20M TO 10M REFLECTOR SPACE 71" DIRECTOR SPACE 64-1/2" 3...- .:!:~PTI~1~~~:~:'P -r 8" ----L­ ['1 1/2x2" 3..UT 5/8x30" 1/2x27" REFLECTOR EXP.-­ REFLECTOR EXP TIP D. TIP 1/4x14-1/2" 12" DIRECTOR 72-1/4" ~ I... TIP 1/4x28" REFLECTOR 108" 1/4x25-3/8" DRIVEN ELE. TIP 1/2x23-1/8" 1/2x26-1/2" REFLECTOR 58" DRIVEN ELE... TIP DIRECTOR EXP... TIP DIRECTOR EXP. TIP D.._elI-'--------.~~~~~s REFLECTOR EXP..15/~..YP3 QUICK ASSEMBLY GUIDE -T 16" t 16" 1"!. EXP. TIP 1/4x1-1/8" DIRECTOR 58-7/8" . TIP 1/4x23-1/8" CW 1/4x22-1/2" PH DIRECTOR 103-5/8" CW 103" PH 104-7/8" CW 104" PH .cc-­ DIRECTOR EXP."METE::-'_~ . TIP D. 101-7/8" 1/4x17-1/2" DIRECTOR 99" 10 METERS T 12" -1 _ I D '1IiI.E..62 uh coil DIRECTOR EXP.. 105-3/8" 1/4x24" DIRECTOR 104" DIRECTOR EXP.E EXP_ TIP DIRECTOR EXP. EXP.STAAL I' 4-18-08 ---.. J [~8.~~...E. 54-1/8" 5/8X30" 1/2x18-3/4" DIRECTOR 50-114" 6M REFLECTOR SPACED 54" DIRECTOR SPACED 45" YP3QUICK M..t-=-====::=::::~'.62 uh coil i------=-. TIP 3/8x22" 1/4x26-1 F2" REFLECTOR 108" 1/4x20-3/8" DRIVEN ELE.

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3/8 X 22". 1/2 X 3D" fl fMFNT OUTER SECTION.. 1-1/8 X 3D" BOOM END SECTION 1 X 30" INNER ELEMENT SECTION 5/8 X 3D" IVIIDDLE ELEMENT SECTION.. ELEMENT TIPS... 1-1/2" NUTS.. 3. 12 FOOL ASSEMBLY MANUAL 2 4 16 4 1 1 SUPERANTENNAS 212 Mariner Circle Lincoln CA 95648 Email: w6mma@superantennas. 17M. 1" COIL.. 15M & 12M. 1-1/4 x 30" BOOM MID SECTION. 3 X 4 X 3/16" BOOI\II CLAIVIPS.. 2-1/2" X 1/4" ALUM BANANA JACK TO BNC CONN. 1-1/4" OTY 1 2 2 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 1 2 1 1 1 2 HARDWARE U-BOLT. ADAPTER BOOM-TO-MAST PLATE.com . 1/46" ROD HEX NUT. 1/4 X 3D" ROD SHORT ELEMENT TIP.. . 20M 7 Uhy COIL.5 Uhy DRIVEN ELEMENT CENTER INSULATOR HAIR PIN RODS 1/8" X 16" BRASS SHORTING BAR.... .. 5/16-18 SS THUMB SCREWS (4 EXTRA) SPRING CLIPS. BOOM ASSEMBLY INSTALLED TAPE MEASURE.PARTS LIST: 9-9-08 DESCRIPTION BOOM CENTER SECTION..

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