Ham Radio Satellite Arrow Antenna


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This is post 2482 in a continuing series of simple ham radio antennas.

Thanks to Randy Hall (K7AGE) for this excellent tutorial on how to install, adjust, and use the Arrow Satellite Antenna.  The video also includes some humorous out takes and "bloopers."  A thoroughly enjoyable introduction to satellite communications for radio amateurs.

Here are some comments from Randy:

I receive many questions about the ham radio satellite arrow antenna and camera tripod mounting used in my AO-51 video. This video covers, what the arrow antenna is, where to buy it, and how it mounts to the camera tripod. I show show how easily the antenna is assembled. I forgot to mention, the antenna got its name from using arrows as the elements. Please click on the rating stars below the picture. Links: Arrow Antennas - http://www.arrowantennas.com/ AES - http://www.aesham.com/ HRO - http://www.hamradio.com/ Antenna Warehouse - http://www.antennawarehouse.com/Amate...
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Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).

 

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