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|Uninstall Aluma MP1/MP-2||Sep 29th 2011, 22:29||1||710||on 29/9/11|
|Mobile Antennas and mobile.exe||Jul 24th 2011, 16:40||5||1,905||on 31/7/11|
|Uninstall Aluma MP1/MP-2||KQ4B||on 29/9/11|
|I am in the process of buying a used Aluma tower.
The tower is a MP-1 or MP-2 Mounting Post --no Concrete.
Has anyone *uninstalled* one of these? Got any good tips to share?
|QST for iPad?||K3EP||on 14/9/11|
|Add my vote for PDF!
But, having said that, there still could be a reason for an IPad/Tablet app. I would prefer that the files remain on the server unless I decide to download and store them. Being able to manage my subscription and to search the archive are other functions that could be included.
|Making parts:||K0IC||on 29/8/11|
|A quick search of the QST archives produced a good article on rewinding transformers.. And, I think the subject is covered in some older ARRL Hanbooks.
What type of capacitor do you want to build?
|Mobile Antennas and mobile.exe||KQ4B||on 31/7/11|
|Mobile Antennas and mobile.exe||KQ4B||on 25/7/11|
|I have sent you one example via email.
I assume the process is get an initial design and then add the base matching. Note that mobile.exe does produce a capacitor value which I assume is to be used as shown in Figure 20D, Page 16-14, Antenna Book (20th ed.)..
Thanks for the assistance..