Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Inexpensive antenna mast. Post #1227.


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If you need a quick, short antenna mast, then this idea from "Theoffroader" may prove useful.  The antenna was made from surplus lumber and a few hinges. The mast can be lowered when it's not in use--a great idea for a stealth antenna. This short mast (approximately 10 feet/3.04 meters) could be used to support a VHF or UHF antenna.

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