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Here's a great antenna for the ARRL Field Day. Stan Gibilisco (W1GV) does a good job of explaining the theory, construction, and use of this bidirectional, monoband broadside array for the Amateur/Ham Radio HF bands.
This antenna is by no means a simple affair--you may need help in erecting this array. You'll find the effort expended in making this antenna well worth your time. I remember using a 10 meter Sterba Curtain several years ago at a local DX-pedition and found the performance excellent. With HF propagation now favoring the lower HF bands (160-80-40 meters), you may find the classic "Sterba Curtain" a welcome addition to your antenna "farm."
Thanks for joining us today.
Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).