Building an effective 160/80 meter antenna

Building an effective 160/80 meter antenna presents numerous challenges for radio amateurs, especially for those living in urban areas.

This video, hosted by Mike (KA4CDN) and Andrew (K3NHT), provides a few suggestions for lower HF band antennas.

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This is post 2796 in a continuing series of simple ham radio antennas.

Here are some comments from Mike and Andrew:

Join Mike, KA4CDN as he provides an overview his 160/80 meter “Inverted-L”, low band wire antenna that is easy to build and suitable for installation on a relativity small lot. He will provide an overview of the modeling, installation, performance measurements and QSO results he’s achieved with this interesting antenna design. Vienna Wireless Society is one of the largest and most active Amateur Radio clubs in Northern Virginia. To learn more, please visit Club's web site: To receive notifications about future live streams, and participate in discussions and activities, please join the Club: You can also browse the archive of past presentations: To receive notifications about new videos and streams, please subscribe to the channel.


Thanks for joining us today.

Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).


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