Simple Low Cost HF Multiband Dipole for Ham Radio Operations.

Thanks to Peter Waters (G3OJV) for this inexpensive, simple multiband HF Dipole Antenna that covers 80 through 10 meters.

All you need are Peter's clear instructions, some ordinary house wire, a convenient length of coaxial cable, and plastic piping.

If you opt for an inverted Vee design, you can install this basic antenna in your garden or small backyard.  An "antenna tuner", while useful, isn't required.

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Here are some comments from Peter (G3OJV):

Have you often wanted a multi-band dipole to fit into a small garden, yet be able to enjoy 80m chats, yet work DX on the higher bands? Peter G3OJV, puts forward a design that may give you just that. All you need is wire, coax and a bit of plastic piping. Coil Winding Calculator Ham Radio Sroe

Thanks for joining us today.

Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).



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