DX Engineering Radial Plate. Post #1364.

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The installation of a ground radial system for a HF Vertical Antenna can be a frustrating chore, especially if you're putting 36 or more radials into the ground.  However, if you buy a DX Engineering Radial Plate, that task is a bit easier. 

In this video from Alan Senechal (K0CN), we learn how to assemble the DX Engineering Radial Plate and mate it effectively to your vertical antenna.  The video is clear, simple, and easily understood.

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Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).


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