Why is my calculation for added length of coax for a double cross antenna different to everyone else's?
Ham operators often tell me that comparing gain to an isotropic radiator isn't much use because it's only a theoretical antenna, is this true?
Will electrically joined dipoles of different lengths, at right angles, behave as a multiband antenna?
Exactly why do some SWR meters give a changing reading depending on the length of coax used to connect to an antenna?
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