Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Build a Portable Hexbeam Antenna. Post#1248.


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I you're feeling a bit experimental when it comes to HF antennas, why not try building a homebrew, portable hexbeam antenna?  In this video from "Cliff" of the QRP School, we learn how to design, build, and use this versatile, multiband HF antenna. Cliff offers many helpful suggestions, including a recommend parts list for the hexbeam.

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