HOA & Co--there are solutions

 If you can't see the video, please insert this title URL into your browser search box:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBm7JsbVQzw.  This is post 2267 in a continuing series of simple ham radio antennas.

Like many of my fellow radio amateurs, I once lived in a deed-controlled apartment which restricted the kind of antennas I could use. With a little creativity, I was able to get on the air with a homemade indoor loop.  Not perfect by any means, but I did get on the air.

In this video from Lucien (DH7LM), we get a good, positive, and simple way to get on the air from restrictive housing covenants.
Julien outlines steps you can take to return to the airwaves without arousing the suspicions of nosey neighbors.

Here are some of Julien's comments:

"Many hams nowadays have to deal with antenna restrictions of one form or another and simply can't put up "dream antennas" and have to find solutions. Here are some ideas for ham radio operators in the same boat and some thoughts on how to have a great experience in ham radio without huge towers and beams... Support my work by buying these nerdy ham radio t-shirts I've designed: https://teespring.com/stores/ham-radi... - thanks for the support!"
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Thanks for joining us today. Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).


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