How good can the X-Tenna be? Let's find out.

The X-Tenna end-fed halfwave HF antenna is a popular choice for portable and emergency field operations.

In this video, Mike (K8MRD) tests the antenna with a variety of balun settings (49:1, 56:1, and 64:1) and finds good performance for each selection.

The antenna is easy to set-up, configure, tune, and operate.

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Here are some comments from Mike (K8MRD):

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Thanks for joining us today.

Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).



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