Your First Antenna--The Inverted V Dipole-Ham Radio Basics
Now that you've become a new Amateur Radio operator, you face the difficult task of choosing your first HF antenna.
According to the folks at "Ham Radio DX" (VK7HH), the simple, easily-made Inverted Vee Dipole is one of the best antennas in your toolbox. The antenna can be made from inexpensive wire and a convenient length of 50-ohm coaxial cable for the antenna feedline.
This video explains both the theoretical and practical dimensions of this versatile HF antenna.
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