Military HF Radio - Episode 5 - HF Antennas. Post 1997.


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A fascinating look at the HF antennas used by worldwide military forces to maintain reliable communications with troops in the field.

The discussion on NVIS antennas (Near Incident Skywave) is especially good. NVIS HF antennas are excellent for local and regional communications and require only modest wire and mast arrangements.  This video gives you plenty of suggestions for your next HF antenna.  If you're active in emergency communications and need dependable communications for your team or net, then these antennas may be what you need.

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Thanks for joining us today.

Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).

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