How to Build and Tune a Linked Dipole Antenna

Thanks to "Red Summit RF"  (NJ7V) for this intriguing 3-band (20m-30m-40m) antenna suitable for both home or portable use.  The antenna is based on the NJ7V antenna kit.

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This is post 2827 in a continuing series of simple ham radio antennas.

Here are some comments from "Red Summit RF":

I take you through my steps to build this 20 meter-30 meter-40 meter linked dipole antenna, including construction of the insulators, and a trip into the back yard to tune it up. I've built quite a number of these antennas and have strictly use them in the field for SOTA for many years. This is a great antenna to use for portable ops like Summits on the Air, Parks on the Air, or similar events. They perform quite well. The one I constructed only weighs 8 oz. It is best suited for QRP. I'm not sure how well it would perform above 20 watts. Twitter: @NJ7V_ Instagram: RedSummitRF


Thanks for joining us today.

Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).



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