If you can't see the video, please insert this title URL into your browser search box: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vq_4Kjb8Vo&ab_channel=joshbloom This is post 2417 in a continuing series of simple ham radio antennas. Operating from a deed-controlled (HOA/CC&Rs) home can be challenging. The major problem in these circumstances is building an effective antenna in such a limiting environment In this upbeat video from Josh Bloom, we learn what 60 feet/18.29 meters of wire can do in a worse case scenario. In situations such as these, it's always best to operate at low power (QRP) and use efficient digital modes of transmission. Here are some of Josh's observations: This is a very short video on my 10-75 meter wire antenna mounted inside my house due to my landlord. Works pretty well and very easy to do. I happen to be using JT8Call, but any digital mode would be fine. Voice could work, but make sure to keep the power reasonable. ----- Thanks for joining us today.