Monday, October 28, 2019

Beverage Antennas (ARRL Podcast). Post 2036.


Beverage Antennas (ARRL Podcast).
https://blubrry.com/arrl_the_doctor_is_in/50546173/beverage-antenna/
Produced and narrated by Steve Ford and Joel Harris of the ARRL.
Views expressed in this podcast are those of Mr. Ford and Mr. Harris.
Accessed on 29 October 2019, 0115 UTC, Post 2036.
Source:
HQ ARRL, 225 Main Street, Newington, CT, 06111 or consult the title URL at the top of this post.

Summary:

The "Doctor" discusses one of the great "classic" receiving antennas--the Beverage Antenna.  Steve Ford and Joel Harris do an excellent job of explaining the theory, history, construction, and use of this legendary "wave"antenna named after engineer Harold H. Beverage.

Although Beverage developed this "ground-hugging" antenna back in 1921, the antenna continues to find use in the Amateur/Ham Radio community as well as by commercial and military entities using the VLF and MW frequencies.

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