HF antenna stealth dipoles for QRP, portable or home QTH

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by KJ4YZI, Dec 17, 2016.

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  1. KJ4YZI

    KJ4YZI Ham Member QRZ Page

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    Here is a video on some micro HF dipoles i found. Under 5 ounces, and multiple versions. They work exceptionally well, and will be in my go-kit video. Also good for the stealth operator that can't have an antenna at the QTH.
     
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  2. KE4YMX

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    i love those small little qrp dipoles, i have several homebrew made for my qrp go bag. sometime it is not worth lugging around the antenna tuner and just carry several of these little dipoles.
     
  3. KK6QMS

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    What power are the rated for? Ebay link? Thx.
     
  4. KJ4YZI

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    Link is in the description of the video..
     
  5. KJ4YZI

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    Check out my QRP video i just uploaded, good contact with this dipole today. It was a good test.
     
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  6. N5OV

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    were can you buy them
     
  7. KJ4YZI

    KJ4YZI Ham Member QRZ Page

    Look in the description of the video above.
     
  8. NY8T

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  9. WA5SAT

    WA5SAT Ham Member QRZ Page

    Thanks, Eric. I do like to make antennas using those "cobra head" center insulators with the bnc connector. Very handy! 73, WA5SAT
     
  10. N4NSS

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    Oh come on....Make your antennas....they're the easy to build and you might learn something. N4NSS Kyle
     
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