Wednesday, September 19, 2018

ham radio HF wire antenna projects. Post #1621.


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Antenna experiments are fun, educational, sometimes surprising, and at times frustrating.  In this video from "umajunkcollector:, we see a variety of curious and fascinating homemade HF antennas that work very well for the bands they cover.  Particularly interesting are the inverted U antenna, an inverted V slinky dipole antenna, and an unconventional 20 meter antenna.  Try some of these antennas and see how well they perform.  Most of the antenna materials can be found in your junk box or from the nearest building supply outlet.  Building antennas is a great way to spend a creative afternoon.

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Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).

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