MFJ-1622 Apartment Antenna


If you live in a deed-restricted home or apartment, you may find the MFJ-1622 useful in getting on the air.  Mark Elzey shows us his MFJ antenna and explains how it works.

I have used this antenna during the past and found it a workable compromise for HOAs and CC&Rs. I improved the performance of this antenna by replacing the stock feedline with RG-8X and by using a better counterpoise.

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This is post 2852 in a continuing series of simple ham radio antennas.

Here are some comments from Mark:

I'm just showing off the mfj 1622 apartment antenna this may be a help for some that might be trying to get on HF may not be able to put up a big antenna Anna small location such as an HOA or an apartment which do not allow antennas on rooftops I hope this antenna all this little demonstration. I shall may help thank you all the best in 73's

Thanks for joining us today.

Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).



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