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This is the rotating tower which contains all of the antenna's -

  • 3/3 yagi stack for 20 meter band at 50 ft (15.2 mtrs) and 100 ft (30.5 mtrs).
  • 4 element yagi for 15 meter band at 93 ft (28.4 mtrs).
  • 5 element yagi for 10 meter band at 85 ft (25.9 mtrs).
  • 40 meter band dipoles are the booms on the 20 meter yagis with omega match.
  • 75 meter band vertical is the tower which is fed against a sloper at 80 ft.
  • 160 meter band vertical is the tower which is fed against a sloper at 80 ft.
  • 160 meter band receiving antennas are a 1.5 meter diameter loop, and a 600 ft (183 mtr) Beverage.
  • 2 meter band dipole array at the top of the tower is for the EchoLink repeater.

All of the yagis are homebrew and computer optimized for forward gain.








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