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This is post 2417 in a continuing series of simple ham radio antennas.
Operating from a deed-controlled (HOA/CC&Rs) home can be challenging. The major problem in these circumstances is building an effective antenna in such a limiting environment
In this upbeat video from Josh Bloom, we learn what 60 feet/18.29 meters of wire can do in a worse case scenario.
In situations such as these, it's always best to operate at low power (QRP) and use efficient digital modes of transmission.
Here are some of Josh's observations:
This is a very short video on my 10-75 meter wire antenna mounted inside my house due to my landlord. Works pretty well and very easy to do. I happen to be using JT8Call, but any digital mode would be fine. Voice could work, but make sure to keep the power reasonable.
Thanks for joining us today.
Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).