Your First Antenna--The Inverted V Dipole
Your first Amateur Radio HF antenna should be simple, efficient, and inexpensive. Those requirements are met with the easily-made inverted v dipole.
In this video from the "Ham Radio DX" channel, we see how to design, build, test, and use this versatile HF antenna.
Multiband HF performance can be attained if you use a balanced feedline with a wide-range antenna "tuner".
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