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FOC 1697, CWOPS 107, FISTS 2996, A1-OPS, RNARS 4312.

Former USN, Merchant Marine, Marine Service Engineer.

Alumni SUNY Albany, Technical Institute Marine Electronics (TIME)

The antennas shown above are MP33N over an A3WS with a 144/440 vertical on the very top.

The tower on the left is a TA33 over a 4 ele 6M yagi, with a Comrod AV-7 VHF 144-160 Mhz on top.

There is also a Wellbrook receiving loop above the TA33.   For 160 there is a 250' endfed at about 50'. It is just a cloud warmer.

 For 80 the 250' endfed works pretty good, and there is also an HF6V vertical that works pretty good

on 80 (even thought it is only 26' in length. The HF6V works very well on 40 and 30, and

is a good back up on the higher bands

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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