Using a below ground-level antenna.


During most of my "amateur radio" years, I've always preferred to erect my dipole antennas above ground when possible.

However, there are times when a below ground-level antenna system is the only way to get on the air.

In this video, Tracy (VE3TWM) shows how he designed, built, and tested his homebrew below ground-level HF antenna at a portable location.  

Other than some pesky QRM, Tracy's antenna system worked quite well.  This is another great idea you can put into your future projects book.

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Thanks for joining us today.

Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).

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