kb5zcs: Can this antenna be made for 10 meters.......
Bill Bijnsdorp: tried to access the pdf but would open.
William Bynsdorp: I got the pdf that time. Now for to get the parts. Thanks again
73s Bill ve3srh
David Sarti: PS: Paint it exactly the same color as the side of your house so the
neighbors will not know what it is
pcomp: I too am interested in building this, is there a link somewhere here to the
pdf? 73 - David
TUFFMATE: Looking forward to the PDF. What interests me most, in addition to being
able to use the BP whips, should be the ability to substitute wire for a
wire dipole on other HF bands. Is there a on-line reference to the bushings
ArtisanTony: Nice video!
Richard LeBlanc: I am Studying for my Ham Licence here in Canada and after watching all the
videos out on YouTube dealing with ham radio antennas I definately want to
get my licence so I can try to make my own Antennas
USNERDOC: That is a nice compliment! It would be quicker and less expensive for you
to get two heavy duty whips and a Versa-Tee with coax feed from BuddiPole.
Unfortunately I have no time to build these for folks . . . I am already
behind on my own list of things to do! I did post a PDF instructional
manual if you do want to press on to build your own. I added the link to
the notes above. 73!
USNERDOC: @flashMXdesigner - working on it . . . stay tuned!
Hein Krohne: My compliments, looks a great antenna. Wonder what the overall length is?
USNERDOC: @WE0H - good thought . . . not sure how well that would work with the
chrome plating . . .
David Sarti: Duracoat the crome parts and make it a stealth antenna
rchopp: Great info David, I've got the Ham bug now and will be taking my test later
this month, looking forward to some more videos. Thanks for sharing
TheHomeDefender: Excellent vid, David. Aloha, J.
Robert: Thanks David. Looking forward to the PDF so I can build one. Also do you
monitor your radio when....or if you get a chance. If so send me the
repeater and I'll QSO the next time I'm in the area.
Mike Gianfrancesco: Will you build me one?? I pay you..
ke4wsh: HI David where can i find the parts list for the 6 meter dipole ! great
videos 73 ke4wsh
ScottRod74: Great update on this antenna David, going to build my own and try it out on
my military mast at 48'. Keep up the great ham radio videos, hope to catch
you on the magic band. 73!
Jason Dailey: Hi Doc! Yet another great video! I have never had a chance to work 6 meters
yet. Wait til you get your General license and explorer the bands down
below 30 MHz:)
WE0H: Could that threaded insert in the whip be sweat soldered? Mike
KiloSierraAlpha: Awesome vid! Great info!
Hazey Wolf: U Rawk Doc! Thanks for sharing. You're a great inspiration and your
enthusiasm is contagious. Best wishes from KI6AQV Thanks for your service;
K4PAD: Great Video Doc!!!! Giving me more ideas....
lexmedic157: Send on the PDF!
oyarrito: Coolness! Thanks for posting!
MidTAdventurer: Hey Doc thanks for the video of a closer look at the antenna and details
about it. Looking forward to the PDF. 73 KK4DCE Kevin
markbeermonster: Fantastic design for a lightweight dipole for 6m. I'm loving the duracoat
perhaps your callsign and version number stencilled? stick on letters? That
is really good, I like the way you can now have 6/2/70 on one painters
pole. I can see see lots of fun in the near future :) All the best from
across the pond 73 de M0VST - KD8MGW - Mark
beast12101: slick build, love the secret missions
W5CYF / TinkerJohn: David, Another excellent video (as usual!). You’ve inspired me to build
your antenna and take a closer look at 6 meters. All the best, 73