Antenna Types and Terminology: AD#30. Post 1750.


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Here's another outstanding video tutorial from Dave Casler (KE0OG).  This time, Dave discusses the theory and terminology of antennas used for amateur radio communications.  The video does and excellent job of  explaining the workings of several antenna types, including dipoles, inverted Vees, verticals, loops, and quads.  His illustrations and photos are clear and easily understood.  This video would make an excellent program for your next club meeting or for an upcoming amateur radio license class.

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