DP200 7-54 MHz 500w Portable Dipole HF Antenna.


If you need a significant "boost" to your portable HF antenna, please try this 500-watt dipole antenna.

From what I can tell from reader comments, the antenna uses a modified "hairpin match", which is more commonly used with yagi antennas.

Mike (M0MSN) does a good job of explaining the theory and construction used in this high-power dipole antenna.

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Here are some comments from Mike (M0MSN);

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