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This is post 2338 in a continuing series of simple ham radio antennas.
If you enjoy working the low bands (80m/160m), then you know how difficult it can be to place a decent antennas for these frequencies on a small urban lot.
In this video from Callum (M0MCX) we learn how to build inverted L antennas to cover these bands. Callum does an excellent job of explaining the theory, construction practices, and testing behind these HF antennas.
Here are some of his remarks: