Wednesday, April 4, 2018

How To Use An Antenna Analyzer-Basics. Post #1452.


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An antenna analyzer is a useful addition to your ham shack. In this video from Randy Hall (K7AGE), we learn how to use the popular MFJ-259/269 Antenna Analyzer to check your antenna for SWR and Resonance.  This fairly inexpensive tool will come in handy the next time your build a new antenna or maintain your current "skyhook."  Randy does an excellent job of explaining how the MFJ-259/269 works and what you can expect to gain from using this device.  Views expressed in this video are those of Randy Hall (K7AGE).

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