Random Wire Antennas using the LDG 9:1 UnUns

The random length wire antenna is one of the most popular antennas available to radio amateurs.  Coupled with a 9:1 UnUn, a decent counterpoise system, and an "antenna tuner", you can work the world with a convenient length of wire.

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This is post 2790 in a continuing series of simple ham radio antennas.

In this video, Peter (G3OJV) from the Waters & Stanton Video Channel discusses the theory and practice of random length wire antennas--paying particular attention to the use of a 9:1 UnUn and a good counterpoise system.

Here are few thoughts from Peter:

The Random Wire Antenna is popular with Ham Radio operators around the world. But how does it work, and does it work! Peter g3ojv, takes a look at it and relates his experience. https://www.balundesigns.com/content/... https://hamradiostore.co.uk/ldg-ru-9-...


Thanks for joining us today.

Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).


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