80m Pedestrian Mobile Antenna experiment. Post #1455.


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If you want to try some fascinating antenna experiments, consider operating pedestrian mobile on 80 meters.  With a little ingenuity, a coil loaded wire on fiberglass rod, and a trailing radial wire, you could have some real fun.  Martin (VA3PCJ), Mark (VA3UPM), Ante (VA2BBW, Patrick (VA3CMD, and Jose (VA3PCJ), modified a few designs from Peter Parker (VK3YE) and came up with this person-portable ham radio station.  Interesting idea.  Be sure your back gets some support.

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Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).

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