DX Engineering 43 Foot 160 to 10 Meter Vertical Antenna Pt 2 of 3. Post 1860.


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In part 2 of his 3 part series on building the MBVE-1 DX Engineering Multiband Vertical Antenna, "David S" show us how to prepare the ground stake and ground radial plate for the antenna.  He also begins preliminary construction of the antenna, paying particular attention to the parts inventory and placement of all antenna pieces.

Tuning of the well-made antenna is accomplished by using the DX Engineering Multiband Vertical UNUN and your in-shack wid-range tuner.  The commentary is often humorous and inspirational.  All told, a well-produced tutorial for both newly licensed hams and experienced operators. In part 3, David puts all the pieces together, conducts a few basic tests, prepares for on-air tests.

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Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).

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