Trying out my new Spark Plug Antenna


If you want to experiment with a new variant of End-Fed-Halfwave (EFHW) antennas, then this relatively inexpensive ($45 USD) product from the United States may interest you.

K9KMV ordered the device and put it through some location testing to see if it really worked.  Apparently, this EFHW modification works as intended.  Of course, your results may vary.

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This is post 2830 in a continuing series of simple ham radio antennas.

Here are some comment from K9KMV:

Setting up, tuning, and using the Spark Plug Antenna EFHW. Setup using the RigExpert AA-30 Antenna Analyser. Running it with the IC-705 QRP radio from Icom. This is the hitch mount flag pole holder I use for the telescopic mast: Camco Hitch Mount Flagpole Holder


Thanks for joining us today.

Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).


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