How to build Field Expedient Antennas. Post #1143.


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Here is some useful antenna knowledge, courtesy of the U.S. Army.  This video tutorial covers the theory, design, construction, and use of field expedient antennas.  While much of the video applies to Army mission requirements, it contains many suggestions for making portable and emergency antennas. You may be able to use this information for the upcoming ARRL Field Day emergency communications exercise during the last weekend of June.

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