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May 05, 22 10:31 AM
My stacked dipole worked great on 10, 15 & 20 meters but when I tried adding a 40-meter element, it was too big. (See reference at the end of this article)
May 05, 22 09:45 AM
I enjoy building antennas. A fellow Ham recommended that I try building a 2 meter / 70 centimeter vertical dipole antenna. I read the article he was referring
Apr 28, 22 01:19 PM
I needed a 160-meter antenna to fit between two existing support structures. A full-sized 160-meter inverted ‘V’ antenna was too long at a length of
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