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Mount the dipole on your mast and feed the SO-239 with your 50 ohm coax and you're on the air! These mono-band dipoles that are only about 14 feet long are strong, compact, convenient 250 watt antennas! batman fanfiction. As for the mobile-whip dipole idea, I have a pair of 40m Hamstick mobile whips as a dipole about 6 feet above the roof on a mast, and sometimes they give a noticeably better signal than a triple resonator (80-40-30m) mobile whip oriented vertically on the same roof. .... Two hamstick dipole mounts were bolted together with their center-isolated posts connected together using #12 gauge wire. Two sets of whips for 40 Very interesting as I am looking into a similar setup for myself but was wondering if I put up a 80meter dipole with these sticks could I use a tuner to.

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