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An amazing amount of materials can be used to make HF antennas. In this video from NC4FB and KI4PMT, we see an old VHF/UHF construction process applied to the amateur radio HF bands--namely, using inexpensive steel tape measures to make horizontal dipole elements.
According the description of this innovative HF antenna, the tape measure variant performs well on all amateur bands between 6 and 40 meters.
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