Friday, August 12, 2016

Simple Ham Radio Antennas--Getting around HOA antennas Maple Leaf Studios End Fed Easy-Tenna 160-6 meters. Post #864.


If you're having trouble viewing this video, please insert this title link into your broswer search box: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLDeuEyV_qM. Operating an amateur radio station in a HOA/CC&R controlled environment can be challenging. But, with a little creativity and a bit of "stealth" technology, you can return to the air and pursue your amateur radio activities.  In this video from MeOnTech (AF5DN), we see another way to operate in restricted environments without your neighbors getting too curious about ham radio.  The Maple Leaf Studios End Fed Easy-Tenna is easily erected, simple to hide, and covers 160 to 6 meters.  You could also trying making your own version of this antenna. When I lived in a restricted housing situation, I always followed this advice:  "Out of sight, out of mind."  There are many low-profile antennas that will give you hours of pleasure without upsetting the housing police.  For other hidden or stealth antennas ideas, visit http://www.AF5DN.com.

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