Simple Ham Radio Antennas--Dual Band Mobile Halo Antenna - 70cm & 2meters by N6TWW

If you can't view this video, please insert this title link into your browser search box: This is post #957 in a continuing series on simple ham radio antennas. Nice video from Mike Fedler (N6TWW), who describes how to build a dual band mobile halo antenna for the 2 meter (144 MHz) and 70 cm (432 MHz) amateur radio bands. Mike says this omnidirectional, unity gain mobile antenna is horizontally polarized.  This antenna could also be used in HOA and CC&R restricted environments.

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