Homebrew HF Vertical Antenna




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Slawomir Katta: he does this with all his projects. He says he will post another video when the project is completed, but he never does. waste of time´╗┐

Richard Neese: I wish you would link in the rest and show us the finished project

moonstrikerII: hi marshall 2 questions for you. 1.how did you put the copper tape inside did you stick it down ? 2.when are you going to post the next video as i am trying to make this antenna. thanks from MM6CHM 73s from scotland.

FlatwoodsBushcraft: I have been looking at these poles online for a homebrew buddipole type of horizontal dipole setup for qrp. I am just wondering why you are using copper tape between the sections. Is the pole made out of something other than fiberglass that makes the pole conductive, like graphite?

Richard Neese: What bands does it cover ? what did you use for a end connector ?

MauriatOttolink: Hi, I recognised pronto what you were getting at. His reply to you wasn't all that informative. He doesn't say if the copper tape runs up the inside of each section. I'm sure it must do or there's no conductor. If it does run how does he stick it to the inside wall? Doesn't take into account that the copper tape is exposed to the air and corrodes pretty damned quickly. The tight joints would be first to go! Not sure that this is a good way without more info. Prefer a piece of wire up the middle.

Reggy Love: after finding Slug tape, (the copper tape) on ebay i thought about the very same idea, i made it pretty much the same way, and parts of an old barbecue and a shelf serve as a base, i added a large'ish coil and 4 radials and it works VERY well for what it is ! lots of qso's all around EU and made it across the pond many times with the ft 817 (Also a few qsos with < 1W) SSB :)

moonstrikerII: hi marshall when are you finishing the antenna.

afshin735: Without showing performance its still just a fishing pole with some copper tape!

JC Haywire: Copper tape.
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