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A nice, laid back antenna tutorial from "DX Commander" as he describes his first amateur radio antenna--a delta loop mounted 7 meters (22.96 ft) above ground. This antenna produced great results for him during his first years as a licensed radio amateur.
In this video, "DX Commander" shows you how to design, build, use, and test a simple delta loop antenna, which can cover several amateur radio bands with a balanced feedline and an antenna "tuner." Delta loops are easy to make, exhibit low noise on receive, and can be designed to be "stealthy" in crowded neighborhoods.
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Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).