Building a dipole for 40 and 20 meters. Post 2083.


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Propagation these days seems to favor the 40 and 20 meter bands. Why not build an antenna that covers these two bands?

In this video from "RC 286", we see a well-organized approach to the construction of this simple, effective antenna.  With all materials laid out in a systematic manner, it will be easy to build and test this homebrew HF antenna.

Most of the materials used in this two-band HF antenna can be found at the nearest hardware store or home improvement outlet.

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