Ham Radio Basics--W6LG Makes A Dummy Load From Christmas Lights, Dummy L...

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Would you like to keep the "Christmas Spirit" alive in your shack all year and have an antenna and a RF Dummy Load at the same time?  You can if you follow this idea from Jim (W6LG). 

In this well-produced, easy to understand video, Jim shows us two ways that Christmas Tree lights can act as part of an antenna and also function as a RF Dummy Load for in shack testing and experiments.

A thoroughly "enlightening" (forgive the pun) experience.

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Thanks for joining us today.

Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).


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