Rick Lawson: great informitive video im building a 10 ,11 metre 2 element quad thanks again vk4ftrl
Michael Whittle: love ya video's Dave very interesting and great ly demonstrated i'm ex vk3 been in NT a year no licence change here i operate and at moment i are limited in radio use to 10-15 mt rmainly hf .now i design own antennas mobile and home when have it is great watch detailed video's and great information.miss other bands hope get vk 8 licence tranSer soon.
Roger B Walker Sr: Hi Dave, Is It possible to build three peg leg antennas but mount them with four feet spacing thus being able to switch from one peg leg at a time thus creating a superscanner?
MsJinkerson: I hate the damn formulas just tell the legnth
Marty Lemons: Thanks, I.learned a lot.
santos morales: Información solamente en inglés era bueno español aunque se entiende
Egy Coordinator: Hi Dave, I want to build a 11 mtr cubical 4 elem., what will be the best balun for use with this antenna?, I have on hand a balun 1:1. Thanks in advance, I wait for the answer.
PJ: Dave, Thanks for the quality video. I really enjoy the technical education that you put in this and your other videos. The steps calculating the dimensions and reminders on the formulas is appreciated. Now I am looking at what I can stuff in my attic, I live in a neighborhood with a HOA. Love the challenge of what I can do with stealth in mind.
Ray Harkins: Dave. Thanks for the ideas. I am thinking about a 40M quad. May be more than I am ready for.. 73 kb6lqv.
Robert Harrington: Great videos Dave! Building a quad for 10 meters INSIDE my living room! N6UZD
ifell3: Hi, your videos are really top quality. From what i understand you can't have a 1/4 wave yagi, is that correct. Could you have a 1/2 wave yagi for a cb/11m, but whip the elements so it turns out about the same size as you have in the video? And then could you use this same principle to build a whipped cubical quad? Regards jon
Shane Pander: what is the equation for finding space length between each element. I a m building a four element 152mhz quad. I have already figured my elements and spreaders mathematically, but how do I figure out the spacing between each element. oh, and how do I figure the space for the drive element to place my coax cable? thank you for all your help sir.
Shane Pander: does the boom length really matter? as long as the distance between the reflector, driven element, and the director is accurate; does the boom have to be much longer than the specs of the fore-mentioned? , I am building a 152mhz quad, with only one director. thank you, you have been a great help.
wa4aos: Very helpful video..Thanks... Any thoughts on a simple way to wire up a 20 meter boom-less quad from the ground? I thought about using a J Pole to support the boom and rotate it as I wire each element..
73, Glenn WA4Aos
ebear1ca: How about the body centered cubical quad. Ted VE6AMR
N2RGT: Another great video, Dave! Thanks a lot. My next project....73's de N2RGT
carlos gonzales: hola,¿sirve para tv digital?
uintabri: Quads are great antennas if you have the space.
c b: dave i was hoping that you would make a 2 element cubical quad antenna for 11 meters. im just starting out in cb radio and really interested in antenna design and have watched all your videos. so how about it a video for a 2 element cubical quad vertical polarized antenna. thanks for the great videos. make lots more
purplemutantas: I hope to get my license soon. I look forward to building antennas. I have played around with home built antennas for 2.4 GHz. I have a copy of the ARRL antenna handbook. Pretty amazing stuff. I am thinking for starters I want to make a 1/4 wave ground plane for 2 meters. From there I may go for a yagi-uda. I can't wait to get my license so I can expand my antenna geekery.