Thursday, January 10, 2019

Building a 10 meter J Pole Antenna. Post 1739.

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Do you want a simple, effective, low visual impact antenna for your 10 meter operations?  If you do, then this video tutorial by machinist Don Nichols (KV4PH) will guide you in the right direction.  Don presented this program to members of the Vienna Wireless Society Radio Club on 12 August 2016.  The finished project is almost a work of art--a testament to Don's skill as a machinist.

During the lull in the current solar cycle, the 10 meter amateur radio band makes an excellent vehicle for local and regional contacts.  Please encourage your friends with technician class licenses to work some CW or SSB on this band.  Why not organize an informal, local net on 10 meters?  You can use Don's project to make something workable for your 10 meter work. 

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