Monday, March 25, 2019

Building a 40 Meter Rotatable Dipole. Post 1816.


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A very nice and well-organized video tutorial from Jonathan Charles as he shows us the steps needed to construct a rotatable 40 meter dipole.  According to Jonathan, he used parts from MFJ HyGain, MFJ Cushcraft, Texas Towers, M2, and his local hardware store to build this impressive all metal dipole antenna.  At an elevation of 85 feet/25.91 meters on his tower, the antenna will perform quite well. 

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