Best HF Antenna for Beginners? Overview of Multi-Band End Fed HF Antenna

Best HF Antenna for Beginners? Overview of Multi-Band End Fed HF Antenna

When you’re first getting started in HF radio, a common question people ask is, “what kind of antenna do I need?” This is an excellent question, especially for new Hams in the hobby. There are many kinds of antennas, including Endfed Halfwave, Single Band Dipole, Random Length End-Fed, and many more. For Hams new to the hobby, we recommend our Multi-Band End Fed HF Antenna.

Today we’ll share a quick overview of why the Multi-Band End Fed HF Antenna is right for you.

Getting all these parts together for your antenna system can be a challenging endeavor, so if you get overwhelmed, don’t worry. The main thing here is to make contacts and, most importantly, have fun while you’re doing it. Because in the end, that’s what this hobby is all about. To get the most out of your HF experience, click below to get your HF antenna today!

Multi-Band Endfed HF Antenna →

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Comments

Roy Fisher - April 16, 2021

I have one of your Xiegu G90 HF radio packages. I plan on putting the multi band long wire antenna along the side of the aluminnum siding on the house and the steel roof to the chimney. Will this work very proficently?
KJ7OKL

Roy Fisher - April 16, 2021

I have one of your Xiegu G90 HF radio packages. I plan on putting the multi band long wire antenna along the side of the aluminnum siding on the house and the steel roof to the chimney. Will this work very proficently?
KJ7OKL roy

Kevin Wise - April 16, 2021

Best Antenna for HF video

At 1:36 speaker mispronounces impedance.

Jeff Lloyd - April 16, 2021

Hi, Do you have any HF antennas that will cover 80, 60, and 40 mtrs?
Thanks.
Jeff Lloyd N6FRW

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