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This radio covers 4, 6, 2 and 70
I cannot find a commercially available antenna
so a solution could be:
one side is 1.3-90mhz - antenna Thunderpole AM Pro (covers 80, 40, 20, 17, 15, 12, 10, 6, 4)
one side is 125-470mhz - antenna any 2/70 mobile
Just a thought I had.........needs more investigation
Excalibur MK II 4m antenna update
As you can see, the pole had sheared and separated from the base of the antenna.
I did consider drilling another hole, but in the end, I just opted to slide it back over
and tighten the screw again, adding fresh self amalgamating tape.
Let's hope it holds !
End Fed 7.2 metres long wire
LWHF-80 End Fed Multi Band Dipole (20mtrs Long)
Homebrew End Fed long wire
Using an ATU and 20 watts, 5/9 into Spain (EA7IZJ, Peter) on 17 Meters (07/05/13, 19.20 GMT) 1,107 Miles
with thanks to
where you are http://www.mapability.com/ei8ic/maps/maps.php
Long wire continued
Temporary HF Antenna
Diamond CP 6
The New 4 M Dipole
Antenna Farm - Servicing (Thank you Keith)
New Antenna (Thanks to Keith) Diamond V2000 replaces SE1300
New 4 Metre antenna
4.6 db gain
(I think its a 'cut down' silver rod)
my thanks to Dave and Mike
Now that is a mess..........
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