Yagi antennas, or as they are popularly called, “beams,” trace back many years. This is your video introduction to section 6.3, Yagi Antennas, in the General Class License Manual from the ARRL. The material introduces the text – you’ll need to read the text itself for the material you need to pass the test. I made one mistake that I caught – I used the term director when I meant reflector. Can you catch it?
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