I have finished the design of the first new antenna concept in one hundred years. After contacting several antenna companies, I find that there is a lot of resistance to believe it. The patent application has been made. The antenna is short and straight and has no ground structures. Power is applied at one end with the other end being driven by sending the power up the inside of a tube. Impossible! Wrong! Here is the basic description of getting the power up the inside. Start with a tube maybe 1/16 Lamda long. Insert a smaller tube inside the first tube. Call one end the bottom end and the power driven end. At the other end, the top end, completely short the two tubes together. Leave the end of the small tube open. The two tubes form a coaxial transmission line with the center conductor open at the top. A short transmission line that is shorted at the far end has an inductive input impedance. Here is the magic. Connect a capacitor across the two tubes at the bottom that brings that point to parallel resonance--i.e. looks like an open circuit between the two tubes. There is now a path up the inside of the inside tube, across the top to the outside of the large tube and back to the driving point. This path sees the same driving voltage as the resonant circuit. Electrons are as smart as water. They will find the way! That is just the beginning of the design. I have built and tested several units, and they behave very closely to the computer calculations. None of the usual available antenna software programs will work to solve this design because they cannot solve a short "Current Stick" with a hidden current path. If you believe in the basic idea, please pass it on to other hams. At eight-nine years old, I need to get this finished.