Ham Radio 40/80 Meter Inverted V Dipole Antenna




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Roger ODell: Dave, so if I want to talk on 3.830 MHz, I would remove a few turns on the coil?

ea6wu: thanks for the video !

Tommy Schales: dave have you ever thought about building a homemade hf screw driver ant 10 meters to 80 meters

Theodore Sears: Thank you for good videos.

Theodore Sears: Please help. I am just good cb operator. I am getting intentional qrm from illegal c.b. operations.

Christian Degrassi: Hi Dave, thank you for the awesome video. I am a newbie and I am trying to build this antenna. I noticed I wound the coils clockwise or opposite to the direction in the video. Does this affect the antenna?

17airel: Would plastic dip for weather proofing work to coat the wires? Thanks for making your videos. I subscribed

Mike Bentley: I always use a dip oscillator

Norbert Stepien: Hi Dave, another excellent video. I am assuming that once the coil is polyurethaned then it will be structurally stable and wires should no longer move, is that correct?

Warren Draves: Excellent coil making instruction. It gave me the confidence and interest to try this.

Howard Ochs: Great video, Dave! Thanks so much for taking the time, this may be my next project. 73, Howard W1HBO

varoujan78: would be nice if we could hear how it works instead of moving around the wires(makes noise) connected to a radio,compared to each other. I stopped reading at8 minutes into the video.

Michael Hunter: that is a great video. I will be building one of these soon. I do a bunch of wood work..... spar urethane will probably last longer or some marine urethane. The polyurethane is an interior product... but will probably last a long time in this situation. this will be a fun project. I hope mine is as neat as the one you did.

tyrion stark: What's a good antenna for 80, 40, 20, and 10 meters?

Greg: Used this to add 80m to the 40m portion of my fan dipole, worked well. Thanks.

victor manuel quezada vazquez: Hello Dave 73,may english is bad sorry but ...how many turns are for 80 mts.in your tramp? 78? tanks for your atention,and congratulations for you page¬°¬°

Michael Francis: Great video. Thanks for the time and effort you put into it!

Norbert Stepien: Excellent videos. Thanks Dave, I'm in the process of building my 80/40 and your instruction is essential viewing.

Tommy Schales: Dave, my name is Tommy, W5TGS, I would like to know if you could tell me what length of wire i would have to use for freq. 3.900. See Sir, i donot have a Analizer, I know the formula for this freq. 468 divided in the freq. it would be 120 ft. but what i would appreciate is the exact feet it would be resonant at to the freq. 3.900 mhz. Could you help me with this sir.

Ed Wymer: Dave.
Does the wire have to be 18 guage.?
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