Friday, January 24, 2020

#2 TEST: MINI 9:1 UNUN and 41m long Random Wire Antenna (part 3)

If you can't see the video, please insert this title URL into your browser search box: this is Post 2124 in a continuing series of simple ham radio antennas.

In this video, Paul (OM0ET) makes some final adjustments to his mini 9:1 UnUn and lengthens his random long wire antenna to 41 meters (134.48 feet).  He also attaches a better ground wire to his system. 

Here are some of Paul's results:

"Today I did a second test of my home made MINI 9:1 UnUn and 41m long Random Wire Antenna. I was finally successful and had in total 6 nice QSOs with 5W and small XIEGU X5105 transceiver. The test took one hour, including installing and removing the antenna. One QSO on 40M band was not recorded. PART 2: PART 1: I will very appreciate if you will support my work and you became to my patron on Patreon ;-) Thank you very much for watching my videos! 73 Paul OM0ET"
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