I work as far or even farther off the ends of my 160 and 80 M dipoles, than the broadside directions.. ! Not much null off the ends unless the dipole is close to a wavelength up in the air.
Originally Posted by KA4DPO
The inverted V dipoles have a lower resonant freq for a given length of wire ! Not much else.
Getting the feedpoint of a dipole (the maximum radiation here) to the highest possible place is one advantage I can think of when you go inv V.
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