Monday, January 27, 2020

Ham Radio antennas in an HOA environment. Post 2127.

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If you live in a deed-restricted property governed by HOAs and CC&Rs, then this video from "hamradiocomms" may help you get on the air.

According to "hamradiocomms", his HOA restrictions aren't too oppressive, so some types of antennas can be erected:

"Today on HamRadioComms I show my 1st HF antenna and 2m/70cm installation at my new down sized house in an HOA community. Vertical antennas are allowed here, and discreet wires. I'll be posting more videos about the new antennas I put up here."


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