For a half wave dipole antenna, what's the value of the reactances that cancel out when the antenna is resonant?
How can the voltage at the center of a resonant half wave dipole be zero if the input impedance is 75 ohms?
How can the impedance of a half wave dipole at its resonant frequency be purely resistive when the voltage and current are seemingly not in phase?
Will using a 1:1 balun at the feedpoint of a center feed dipole result in no common mode current on the outside of the coax?
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