How to make a 4 to 1 balun cheap and easy


If you can't see the video, please insert this title URL into your browser search box: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7lYY7nkKrWo.  This is post 2080 in a continuing series of articles on simple homemade antennas.

Thanks to the "Wiltshire Man" for this simple, easily made 4 to 1 balun for multiband HF antennas.

Here's how this radio amateur describes this project:

I built this simple air cored balun in next to no time. No need to worry about toroids etc. It works from 3 to 30 mhz and handles 200 watts easy. If you use thicker wire it will handle a cool 1KW.

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