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Designing and building antennas using a network analyzer

Posted by on August 25, 2015

Join us Wednesday, August 26th (7:30 pm) as Mike Benonis, KI4RIX demonstrates how to design and build antennas using our network analyzer.

About me:

My name is Mike Benonis, and I am a graduate student at Virginia Tech. My field of study includes RF hardware designs, analog communications, and regulatory issues related to radio. I received my bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Virginia’s School of Engineering and Applied Science in 2009.

My amateur radio interests include VHF+ weak signal (2m+), APRS, some contesting, and 20m DX’ing.

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