The inverted L antenna is simple and easy to construct.
The azimuthal radiation pattern is slightly asymmetrical with about 1 to 2 dB increase in the direction opposite to the horizontal wire.
The inverted L antenna requires a good buried ground system or elevated radials.
The antenna is a form of top-loaded vertical, where the top loading is asymmetrical. This results in both vertical and horizontal polarization.
|TYPICAL RADIATION PATTERNS|
|Azimuth pattern||Elevation pattern|
|TYPICAL COVERAGE MAP|
|Frequency ranges||2-30 MHz|
|Input impedance||50 ohm unbalanced|
|Power ratings||1 kW average|
|Specifications may change without notice|
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