Ham Radio 40/80 Meter Inverted V Dipole Antenna




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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?

GHRHHEHHHG HHHHHHHHHhH: 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.?

BRAVO WAVE: i have same design dualbander homebrew. ..good job ..same hobby in the world..73' dave ..KG0ZZ...9W2LI.

buzzsah: Did I miss the leight of the mag wire? and ga.?

jeff morgan: davxe, is 33"3 1/2 from the end of coil or total wire

RAMM GARR: Master Tadlock.,what is the best and simple as way to make antenna just for listening the 40meter range frequency's..i am not ham radio operator just a big fan .,i got a pretty good size yard do i need to erect a tower of some kind

Qasim Seeha: WOW great job Dave !!

Dave Mitchell: Dave, is this ENAMELED wire we're talking about?/ I didn't catch it if you said it was jacketed, but it would make sense. But I need to know before I mail order the wrong thing.
VY 73
de Dave AJ5F

Brian Bowling: Dave - Another great video. Please keep making them!
Quick tip: For a piece of pipe you can wrap a strip of paper around it and trim it so the ends just touch. Fold that strip in half for the mark on the opposite side. Fold it again to divide into quarters. Wrap the strip back around the pipe and make your marks.
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