Monday, October 23, 2017

Ham radio HF stealth dipoles ON-AIR test and review. Post #1289.


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Radio amateurs residing in deed-restricted apartments, condominium units, and homes face severe antenna challenges.  In this video from "Ham Radio Concepts", we see some tests and reviews of stealthy, ultra lightweight dipole antennas made by N9SAD.  Considering the limitations faced by these antennas, they perform quite well.  If you're discouraged by your HOA/CC&R regulations, you may want to consider one of these stealth antennas from N9SAD.

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