Greetings and welcome . Thank you for looking me up.
As of mid-November 2016, I am again using my Icom 746 transceiver, along with, as needs be, my Yaesu FL 2100 Z amplifier.
The main rotatable aerial on the 15 metre 4 section lattice tiltover tower is a 2 ele Mosley tribander which was formally a 3ele Mosley 'Mustang'. (For this qth I use a 'director' element on the Mosley in preference to a reflector.)
On the short 1.6 metre boom which holds the 2 element Mosley 'Mustang' resides probably the most effective aerial I've built so far, namely a 17 metre half wave dipole utilising 2 loaded coils. As can be seen in the picture the 17 m dipole is fastened only about half a metre behind the Mustang's driven element. But irrespective of the close element spacing, both aerials perform most satisfactorily.
Highest aerial on top of the tower is a commercially made 6 meter, 2 metre and 70 centimetre vertical tribander.
Incidentally the enclosed Tower/Aerial picture does of course illustrate the four section telescopic tower in it's lowered position.
My other HF aerial is a doublet, with a 4-1 current balon and a 1-1 choke balon. This 1-1 balon has proved very successful in eliminating radiation off the RG-213 coax feeder .
Because the village has been designated a conservation area, when the station isn't active the Peak Park Planning department requested me to keep a low profile. So I modified the crank-up tower to motorised remote control , enabling me the convenience to power the tower up and down from inside the cottage's radio room.
The main reasons for reducing the Mustang from three elements to two and constructing the 17 metre dipole using loaded coils is chiefly because of the aforementioned low profile request from the planning department.
Enjoy and very 73,