Friday, October 18, 2019

Deploying an Off Center Fed Dipole Antenna for Ham Radio. Post 2026.


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If you're tired of your usual HF antenna, why not try a popular variant of the "classic dipole", such as the Off Center Fed Dipole?

In this well-constructed tutorial, Johnny (W5KV) does an excellent job of  explaining the general theory and construction of the OCF dipole as he shows us how he deploys a popular HF ham radio OCF antenna.

As you would expect, erecting the OCF may be a bit more complicated than installing the traditional horizontal 1/2 wavelength dipole.  With a little time and perhaps some help from a fellow ham, the job can be done without major problems.

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Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).

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