How To Setup And Trim A Speaker Wire Dipole Antenna. Post 1916.


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Now that you've measured your wire, gathered a few supports, and assembled some basic tools, how do you make sure your new dipole is close to the frequency calculated by the usual formulas and collective wisdom of your friends?

In this well-organized video by Josh of the "Ham Radio Crash Course", we learn how to build, setup, and trim your new HF dipole antenna so that it performs as you intended. The video provides basic, easy-to-understand instructions on how to make your dipole behave as it should.  A nice review for any antenna enthusiast.

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