Inverted "L Antennas-some neat options and unique trick.


The "classic" inverted "L" Antenna remains one of the best options for building a lower frequency HF antenna.  The inverted L" is easy to build, inexpensive, and saves a lot of space--prime concerns for radio amateurs living in deed-restricted areas.

In this video, Peter Waters (G3OJV) explores several inverted "L" designs and discusses various "hints, tips, and tricks" to get the most out of this basic antenna.

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The inverted "L" antenna has been one of the oldest and most popular antennas, particularly for the lower frequency ham bands. Peter G3OJV, takes a look at this antenna and highlights the many options for installing and feeding this antenna. One particular option is a unique way of feeding this antenna from the far end rather than from the base. For all Your Ham Radio Needs



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