Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Portable dipole ham stick MFJ-347 mount. Post #1262.


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Ham Stick antennas are the key to a simple, cost effective way to make a portable dipole antenna, which can be set up at Field Day or any other portable or emergency situation.  In this video from KG4YZI, we get an informative, step-by-step procedure on converting a few ham stick antennas into an easily built portable antenna. The MFJ-347 mount is a handy way to support the ham sticks.

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