The wire on this side of the house is 10.7 meters long and supported about 2.5 meters above the ground, and is sloping to the east.
The other wire is sloping to the west and supported by the rain gutter on the other side of the house.
This wire also has a length of 10.7 meters, and is folded back over a length of about 4 meters.
The feeder is a 300 ohm ribbon.
The antenna is used for all band from 1.8 MHz to 144 MHz.
In the shack on the first floor I use a homebrew symmetrical tuner for 80m to 10m.
On 160 m an extension coil is used with the tuner.
The antenna needs to be tuned on every band. I have to tune the antenna every time when I change bands.
On 80m every 20 kHz the antenna needs to be retuned. And on 160 m every 5 kHz.
On 160 m and 80 m usually a power of 5 Watts is needed.
On 40 m to 10 m lower power can be used, especially when the propagation is very good to extremely good.
Even when my Inverted Vee had one leg missing, years ago, I still made QRPp and QRPpp QSO’s for about one year.
Because my symmetrical tuner is disigned for frequecies under 30 MHz, I use on 6m and 2m my holiday transmatch.
This is an asymmetrical tuner, but works great.