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Old 27-Oct-2021, 2:18 PM   #2
rabbit73
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Originally Posted by ZippyTheChicken View Post
I came here trying to find a dipole length chart / list that i think i probably posted at one time or another because interweb searching is failing to find one...

its been a hard few years for me and my family.. just saying...

so I thought I would say hello

and wish everyone the best
Hello, Zippy

You can use a formula to find the length of a halfwave or folded dipole.

It is 5540 divided by the frequency in MHz. The answer is in inches.

For example:

TV Channel 3 is 60 to 66 MHz
The center frequency us 63 MHz.

5540/63 = 87.9 inches

Here is an indoor folded dipole I made for Channel 3:



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