Random Wire Antenna with 9:1 UnUn. Post 2113.


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Thanks to Paul (OM0ET) for this excellent, informative, and concise antenna project. If you follow Paul's simple instructions, you'll have a dependable HF antenna for both portable and  home use. In part 1, Paul designs and assembles the basic random wire antenna.  In part 2, he tests his antenna on the air.  A well-done effort!

Here are some of Paul's observations:

I made the HF multiband Random Long Wire Antenna with UNUN 9:1 (my toroid T130-26 from an old PC PSU) publicated by VK6YSF on his website here: https://vk6ysf.com/unun_9-1_v2.htm In the second part of this video you will see the practical test of this antenna in a real outdoor conditions with QSOs on 40m band QRP with Xiegu X5105 transceiver and 5W only. - follow link to this antenna after modification PART 2: https://youtu.be/9wgdhi__MlU JOIN TO OUR NEW HAM FORUM: http://magloop.freeforums.net/ I will very appreciate if you will support my work and you became to my patron on Patreon ;-) https://www.patreon.com/om0et Thank you very much for watching my videos! 73 Paul OM0ET
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Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).

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