Friday, January 10, 2020

Multi-Band HF Fan Dipole Antenna Construction

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How would you like to build a multi-band HF antenna without the use of an antenna transmatch (i.e. "tuner")?  You can if you create what is called a "Fan Dipole Antenna."

In this short video, Alex (KD0YNH) and Corey (M0ECK) take you step-by-step through the basic theory, design, construction, and testing of this versatile HF antenna.

Using Alex's and Corey's simple template, you'll have an antenna that covers the 80-40-20-15 meter amateur radio bands without the use of an antenna tuner.

This antenna is cheap, easy-to-build, and can be used in a variety of configurations, such as an inverted V or a sloper.
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