An end-fed wire aerial for top band 160 metres amateur ham antenna.

The 160-meter amateur radio band ("Top Band") is a fascinating operating experience if you have enough space to erect its often long dimensions.

In this video, Ray (G4NSJ) explores various end-fed configurations for this "classic" amateur radio band.

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Here are some comments from Ray (G4NSJ):

I chat about an end-fed wire aerial for top band, the 160 metre ham band. It's a great amateur band but not so good when it comes to aerials. A half wave antenna is 80 metres long! IMPORTANT: Amateur radio licensees must comply with the ICNIRP general public limits of EMF. I will be taking this into account when completing the aerial installation.

 Thanks for joining us today.

Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).


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