Australian ham gives an insider’s tour of his antennas

Rob Wagner VK3BVWRob Wagner, VK3BVW, gives an interesting and visually appealing tour of the antennas at his home in Mount Evelyn, Victoria, a small town in southeast Australia near the beautiful city of Melbourne.

His backyard features mostly wire antennas — 3 are double bazookas (or coaxial dipoles) — and includes a Par SWL End-Fedz antenna.

In addition to creating well-done ham radio videos, VK3BVW writes a blog called the Mount Evelyn DX Report.

Matt Thomas, W1MST, is the managing editor of AmateurRadio.com. Contact him at [email protected].

One Response to “Australian ham gives an insider’s tour of his antennas”

  • Bill Taylor KC5DPJ:

    Thank you for the tour. Was very interesting. If you were a neighbor I’d sure pick your brain on the antennae.

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