Speaker Wire 44' Doublet Antenna. Post #1169

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Here's a simple, easy-to-build 40 through 10 meter HF Doublet Antenna made with commonly available parts.  In this video, Craig Sheppard uses 44-feet/13.414 meters of speaker wire, insulators made from milk bottle caps, a fiberglass crappie fishing pole, and a few hiking poles to make a lightweight portable HF antenna suitable for Field Days or any remote location.

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