Calculate the Length of any Dipole

This is a ham radio resource provided by w6dek. You can safely use this form to quickly calculate the wave length of any half-wave dipole amateur radio antenna. Just type in the frequency in megahertz and click on the calculate button. Form is set up for half wave (1/2 wave) dipoles, but you can do the math for any other wavelength you want. For Quarter wave, 1/4 wave, just cut the numbers in half. DUH! When you click the calculate button, my super secret stealth server technology will change $900.00 to your credit card. Hooboy!

Frequency MHz
Halfwave m ft
Quarterwave m ft

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