How To Build A 6 Meter Plus Antenna



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This is post 2281 in a continuing series of simple ham radio antennas.

Although Raymond Jackson (KB9COL) became a silent key in 2018, some of his excellent antenna tutorials remain popular.  His original design for a "6 Meter Plus Antenna" remains a favorite of many radio amateurs pursing contacts on "The Magic Band."

Mr. Jackson's relaxed presentation and his clear explanation of the theory, construction, and use of this simple antenna make this video an attractive choice for a ham club meeting or an amateur licensing class.

Here are some general comments about the antenna:

Raymond Jackson ( kb9col ) is showing how to build your own 6 METER PLUS antenna. This is a great step by step instructional video. The Length of the 75 ohms coaxial cable " each " is 32 inches. This is from the tip of center " Male " ( Hot ) pin of the PL 259 to the tip of the eye solder terminal . Raymond Jackson: kb9col@gmail.com
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Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).

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