The Double Bazooka Antenna-A Review.

If you want a HF antenna that is highly efficient, exhibits low SWR, and has no exposed metal wires, then this 40 and 80 meter band Double Bazooka antenna described by Rob Wagner (VK3BVW) may be what you need.

Rob explains the theory and operation of this remarkable HF antenna in simple, easy-to-understand sentences.  You can either make this antenna yourself or order one from a number of online vendors.  You won't be disappointed in the performance of this antenna.

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Here are some comments from Rob (VK3BVW):

Here is a review of the 40 and 80 meter band Double Bazooka antennas as used on the HF shortwave bands. This will be of interest to amateur (ham) radio operators and shortwave listeners. This particular antenna comes from IAC antennas ( where more information can be obtained. You can contact the presenter of this video at the Mount Evelyn DX Report:


Thanks for joining us today.

Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).


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