Building a Ham Band Inverted V Dipole

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  1. G3YWX

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    An inverted V dipole can produce some excellent results on the HF bands and it forms an ideal antenna for many ham stations.

    The inverted V is simple to construct and its is low cost, using components that will be in the parts boxes for many amateur radio stations. Even if new parts need to be bought, then the cost is not that high.

    When constructing and installing an inverted V dipole, there are a few hints, tips and pointers that need to be considered. Find out more: https://www.electronics-notes.com/a...m-inverted-v-dipole-80-40-20-15-10-metres.php
     

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