Monday, February 12, 2018

Jim Heath W6LG Shares a video of one of the largest ham radio antennas. Post #1401.


Jim Heath W6LG shares a video of one of the largest ham radio antennas
(https://qrznow.com/jim-heath-w6lg-shares-a-video-of-one-of-the-largest-ham-radio-antennas/

Author:  Jim Heath (W6LG).

Accessed on 12 February 2018, 2151 UTC, Post #1401.

Comment:

Most radio amateurs have to be satisfied with restricted antennas because of zoning requirements, environmental issues, space limitations, or super sensitive HOAs and CC&Rs.  What if you could find a place where your antenna dreams could be fulfilled?

Thanks to Jim Heath (W6LG), I've found such a place.  In this post, Jim shares a video and photos of an installation belonging to Sam (R7AB)--If only I could afford a piece of land that would contain my antenna fantasies!  Anyway, enjoy the video and photographs.  This post may give you a few ideas for improving the "antenna farm" you now have.  Remember:  A compromised antenna is better than no antenna.

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