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The Ham Nation program on the TWIT network is one of my favorite programs because of its relaxed style of presentation and the offering of valuable ideas for a variety of amateur radio projects from antennas to operating aids.
In this program (episode 266), Dr. Bob Heil, Gordon West, and Don Hill discuss the theory, design, construction, and use of coaxial dipole antennas for both HF and VHF/UHF use. The explanations are easy to understand and should give you some ideas if you wish to build one of these antennas.
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