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|hf diopole for 80 and below on mobile home||Feb 20th, 21:14||3||437||on 23/2/14|
|satillites help||Mar 8th 2013, 06:07||3||685||on 9/3/13|
|hf diopole for 80 and below on mobile home||wb3hus||on 20/2/14|
my call is WB3HUS and name is Rich. I got a quick question about
putting a 80 mtr. antenna on top of my mobile home, the dimations
of my mobile home is ~70 foot long and ~14 foot wide. I know that a 40 mtr antenna will fit ok with enough room for end insulaters
I also know that I have a shingle roof with no metal under the roof
just wood rafters. Know, can I put the dipole on the roof bending the antenna at 90 degrees on each of the 2 sides of the dipole to make up the required dimations ? I want to keep it above the roof about 1 to 11/2 feet above the peek of the roof. I'm only going to run about ~100 watts or so, no more than that. know is this possible? please let me know if I can do this, I want to do this because the landlord made me take down my 3 element tri band yagi and my tower. property is her's but the mobile home is mine (I own it ). you can answer this post or send me a email. use the post first. I've tried to find this in the antenna book and the Handbook. I could not find any usefull info on this, so I'm turning to my fellow Hams for a solution.
Rich Berezanich (wb3hus)
|satillites help||wb3hus||on 9/3/13|
|OKI thanks for your help.|
|satillites help||wb3hus||on 8/3/13|
|hi, my name is rich (wb3hus). i have a yeasu ft-51r portable. i was wondering if i can use it to work the sats?i also need some help on how to setup the portable and a good sat tracking program for windows 7, and the best sats to work in my qth. i live in ohio. im a beginer on this aspect of ham radio it seems pretty interesting and i want to give it a try. any help will be apprecatde(sorry for the spelling)hi hi. i hope this is the right forum to post this? i tryed the satilitte forum but unable to bring it up???? dont knowy
, but thats for another time.
richard berezanich (wb3hus)