N9SAB Ultralight QRP Stealth Dipole-Field Test. Post 1941.


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In this video, "Outdoors on the Air" discusses a fascinating ham radio dipole offered by Tim (N9SAB) on his ebay store.  The original idea for this 20 meter off-center fed dipole comes from Dennis Blanchard and his video entitled "Ham Radio Hiking Gear."

This 20 meter dipole requires no coax as it is designed to connect directly to a transceiver jack.  According to the video, no assembly or antenna "tuner" is required.  The antenna accepts a PL-259 connector.  The off-center fed antenna is integrated with a 4:1 balun.  The cost of the antenna is approximately $20 (USD).

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Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).

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