Monday, July 8, 2019

Feed-point Connector for Inverted V Dipole Antenna. Post 1922.


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Here's another great project from Dave Turlock (KG0ZZ).  In this video, Dave takes us step-by-step through the design, construction, and testing of homebrew "Feed-point Connector for an Inverted V Dipole Antenna."

The video is very detailed, yet easy to understand.  If you follow Dave's instructions, you should get a very strong support for your inverted v elements. You may want to weatherproof the assembly to insure protection from the elements.

Most of the materials for this project should be available from a plumbing supply outlet, your neighborhood hardware store, or a building supply warehouse.

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