Thursday, January 25, 2018

HyEndFed 5 Band HF Antenna Installation. Post #1383.


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An end-fed antenna is capable of excellent performance if you carefully consider its length, ground radial system requirements, and a balun/"tuner" combination to reduce SWR and RFI problems.

In this video, "Outdoors On The Radio" shows us how he installed a 75-ft/12.86-m end-fed antenna in a small backyard.  According to the video, "the antenna is performing well, even in a compromised situation."  This video should give you some useful antenna ideas for your location.

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