Wright's Aerials

Aerial Lingus

In the UK the VHF days saw many huge stacked ‘double eight’ and ‘double 13’ Band III aerials. A fine example can be seen here. These are less common in Ireland, where long yagi types with large multi-element reflectors, like this example, are more popular. The reflector in this example is not symmetrical about the driven element. This aerial appears to be a basic wideband design with one driven element. The bandwidth comes from the lengths of the reflectors and directors.

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