Build a Double Bazooka Antenna


If you need a broadband, low SWR mono-band antenna, then please try this "Double Bazooka" design from Steve (W7UDI).

Rather than using a single wire like a conventional dipole antenna, the double bazooka uses coaxial cable and a few stubs to attain a broad bandwith and lower swr.  This antenna finds particular favor with radio amateurs using the 75/80 meter bands.

In this video, Steve (W7UDI) takes us step-by-step through the design, construction, testing, and use process of this antenna.

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Thanks for joining us today.

Russ Roberts (KH6JRM).

Here are few comments from Steve (W7UDI):

Steve W7UDI teaches us how to build a ham radio antenna called a coaxial dipole. This antenna is also known as the "double bazooka" antenna.


Prep Work




100 Watts and a Wire


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